Origin of tonga
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Poli was a fighter for all the voiceless LGBTQ people, not just in Tonga, but all throughout the Pacific.
She was also impressed by his experiences teaching kids in Tonga for the Peace Corps.
The following message was sent by The Queen to the new King of Tonga, Tupou VI.
These batter-fried treats are served in fine restaurants and humble homes alike throughout Tonga.
Now-a-days they are better known by the native name of Tonga.
As large as Tonga Tabou, it is higher, and not wanting in fresh water.
The Indians believe that by drinking the tonga they are brought into communication with the spirits of their forefathers.
Now and then our crew of clean-limbed Tonga boys rested on their oars, with timid, limpid gaze turned askance.Where the Pavement Ends|John Russell
Four days later a seat was booked for Kim and his small trunk at the rear of a Kalka tonga.Kim|Rudyard Kipling