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1. The normal degree of vigour and tension, in muscle, the resistance to passive elongation or stretch, tonus.

2. A particular quality of sound or of voice.

3. To make permanent or to change, the colour of silver stain by chemical treatment, usually with a heavy metal.

Origin: Gr. Tonos, L. Tonus

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... is akin to being a whore. And of course, it is doubtful a man would have received such a response. I'm having a hard time keeping my language and tone civil and appropriate, because this is so outrageous it is hard to believe there is an adult who is responsible for attracting people to this site ...

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