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“He thought up elaborate schemes to get me on the wrong side of Mom, including one called the Tonka Truck Ploy.”
“I remember this failing only once: at a screening of a Disney movie called Tonka, the story of a wild horse tamed by a young Sioux brave named White Bull.”
“Today's article is about a group in Minnetonka called Tonka CARES that hopes to reduce teen substance abuse.”
“-- This leguminous plant yields the fragrant seed known as Tonka bean, used in scenting snuff and for other purposes of perfumery.”
“Some of the stories are by literary giants such as James Joyce ( "The Dead," from 1914, about a haunting lost love), Robert Musil (his bleak, unforgettable 1924 novella, "Tonka," exploring love, disease and mystery) and Vladimir Nabokov ( "The Moon in Fialta," a 1936 story in which a married man's stolen kiss with a woman in the snow stays with him for the rest of his life).”
“But he began to chafe at the roles the Disney organization was offering him, and when he refused to appear in "Tonka," the studio suspended him.”
“We didn't have the "Tonka" toys of today, but that didn't diminish our imaginations.”
“I liked the Power Movers, but after you were used to playing with Tonka trucks, their size was a disappointment.”
“It's not like Yom Kippur, where you sit in synagogue and fast," says one of the Schlep Sisters, who goes by the stage name Minnie Tonka and says she has a master's degree in Jewish education.”
“I got the Indian side of the Little Big Horn way back in 1958 from Disney's movie and novel Tonka, a decade ahead of its time in attitudes toward Custer's Last Stand.”
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