gonge

gonge

The Anglo-Saxon term for a privy.
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The Gonge Go Go Rollers is a two-pedaled transport device that was created with the idea that children can give it rough treatment without damaging it.
The 'Gonge' tag had made an unwelcome appearance at parks and on buildings across the town over the past few weeks and has been branded as "disrespectful".
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Earlier, renowned folk artist Ustad Gonge Khan enchanted the audience with his drum-beating.
The funding has also provided the school with much needed special educational needs equipment including Tai Chi balls, exercise balance balls, coloured resistance putty and a Gonge seesaw.
A clause in Ine 20, echoed in Wihtred 28, dated 695, (33) illustrates this urge to monitor outsiders; it says: "Gif feorcund mon odde fremde butan wege geond wudu gonge 7 ne hrieme ne horn blawe, for deof he bid to profianne: odde to sleanne odde to aliesanne" [If a man from afar or a foreigner goes off the track through the wood, and he neither calls out nor blows a horn, he is to be regarded as a thief, to be either slain or put to ransom].
Gonge and Buus (2011) have undertaken wide-scale research into supervision within psychiatric nursing and identified that factors such as level of education, gender and engagement with the organisation will certainly impact on the effectiveness of supervision.
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Among the instruments most used are alfaia and abe drums, caixa snare drum, ganza shakers, and agogo and gonge bells.
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His points about clerical ambivalence regarding their adoption of the married state could be reinforced by material from Richard Baxter's papers and, by inference, from the prescriptive literature on the family and household by men like William Gonge. At the same time it is abundantly evident that such men revelled in the sexual fulfilment that release from the Catholic prohibition on their marrying had denied them.
The Gonge Top helps children develop physical coordination and provides vestibular stimulation while they spin, rock and play.