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Definition of the noun tonite

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noun

  1. [US, nonstandard] [informal, entertainment industry] [alternative spelling of, tonight]

Music

  1. "Tonite" is the thirteenth studio album of German band Bad Boys Blue. It was released on July 24, 2000 by Coconut Records. There was one single released for this record, "I'll Be Good". John McInerney performed all the songs. Rap parts were performed by Kevin McCoy. Again, Tony Hendrik and Karin Hartmann were back writing and producing.
  2. "Tonite" is a song by American rapper and producer DJ Quik, released as the second single from his debut studio album Quik Is the Name. The song contains samples from "Tonight" performed by Kleeer., "Tonight Is the Night" performed by Betty Wright and "Last Night Changed It All" performed by Esther Williams. Complex deemed it the 44th best of "The Best L.A. Rap Songs". The synthesizer part was programmed by LA Dream Team's former producer The Real Richie Rich.

Miscellanea

Tonite is an explosive sometimes used in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It consists of a mixture of equal weights of barium nitrate and guncotton.

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Google previewThe Risks and Dangers of Various Occupations and Their Prevention (1900)

by Leonard Arthur Parry

Tonite is a mixture of equal parts of gun cotton and barium nitrate. Nitrogen, oxygen, water, and barium carbonate are produced by its explosion ...

Google previewA manual on explosives (1916)

by Albert R. J. Ramsey, Hubert Claude Weston

TONITE is a blasting explosive, made in three qualities, and which is essentially a mixture of guncotton and a nitrate, preferably that of potassium or barium. The gun-cotton used is manufactured in the manner described hereinafter in Chapter ...

Google previewDictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines ... [ed] by Robert Hunt ... (1878)

by Andrew Ure

The following has been received from the works at Faversham in answer to an inquiry respecting the name : — ' The word tonite is a misnomer altogether, and ought never to be used, the proper title of the explosive being ' cotton powder,' and ...

Google previewInformation from Abroad (1891)

General Information Series by United States. Office of Naval Intelligence

Tonite is a compound of Gun-cotton and ...

Google previewKnowledge: a Weekly Magazine (1891)

Supplementing All Cyclopedias. V. 1; June-Dec 1890

Tonite is a mixture of finely macerated gun-cotton with about its own weight ot barium nitrate. Punahon'a gun-cotton (blasting and torpedoes) is coated or impregnated with sugar, so as to preserve a granular constitution, and insure regularity ...

Google previewThe Mining Engineer (1892)

by Institution of Mining Engineers (Great Britain).

Tonite is a mixture of equal parts of gun-cotton (C],H,4(N01),01()) and barium nitrate (Ba2NO,). The mixture is compressed into cylindrical cartridges, provided at one end with an aperture for the insertion of the detonator, and the whole covered ...

Google previewColumbian cyclopedia (1897)

Tonite is a mixture of finely macerated gun-cotton with about its own weight of barium nitrate. Punshon'a gun-cotton (blasting and torpedoes) is coated or impregnated with sugar, so as to preEXPLOSIVES. serve a granular constitution, and ...

Google previewUre's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines (1878)

Containing a Clear Exposition of Their Principles and Practice by Andrew Ure

The following has been received from the works at Faversham in answer to an inquiry respecting the name :—' The word tonite is a misnomer altogether, and ought never to be used, the proper title of the explosive being ' cotton powder,' and ...

Google previewDiseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene (1916)

by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson

Tonite is a mixture of gun cotton and nitrate of barium in almost equal proportions. Solenite, also used as a military powder in Italy, is composed of ...

Google previewTransactions of the Technical Society of the Pacific Coast (1884)

by Technical Society of the Pacific Coast, San Francisco

Tonite is an English invention. It is composed of pulped gun cotton and barium nitrate, thoroughly incorporated and compressed into a solid stick or cartridge. It is very insensitive to shocks which will readily explode nitroglycerin powders.

Google previewArms & Explosives (1899)

TONITE Is a most efficient and economical blasting agent, and is largely in demand. It is exempt from freezing and the consequent dangerous process of thawing. THE COMPANY ALSO MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY GELIGNITE. GELATINE ...

Google previewThe miner's handbook (1893)

by John Milne

Tonite is a mixture of barium nitrate and gtra cotton. Koburlte is a mixture of ammonium nitrate and chloro-nitro- benzine. Used in the Wigan coal district. Securile is nearly the same at Roburite and Bellite. Bellite is a mixture of ammonium ...

Google previewGeneral Information Series (1891)

Information from abroad

Tonite is a compound of Gun-cotton and nitrate of baryta, and is made in ...

Google previewMiners' Pocket-book (1897)

A Reference Book for Miners, Mine Surveyors, Geologists, Mineralogists, Millmen, Assayers, Metallurgists, and Metal Merchants ... by Charles George Warnford Lock

TONITE Is a most efficient and economical blasting agent and is largely in demand ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Applied Chemistry (1895)

by Thomas Edward Thorpe

TONITE v. ExPLoSIVES. TONKA BEAN. Tonquin bean (Fève tonka, Fr.; Tonkabohnen, Ger). The seed of the fruit of the leguminous tree Dipterix odorata ( Willd.) which inhabits Guiana and Venezuela. Each pod contains a single seed, which is ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Pyrotechnics (2012)

(and Related Subjects) by K.L. Kosanke, Barry T. Sturman, Robert M. Winokur, B.J. Kosanke

TONITE – An explosive, consisting of a mixture of ground guncotton (see nitrocellulose) and barium nitrate; in some mixtures, dinitro- benzene is ...

Google previewDictionary of Explosives (1920)

by Arthur Marshall

TONITE, or Cotton Powder, is a blasting explosive which was much used at one time. It consists of gun- cotton mixed with a nitrate and compressed into blocks or cylinders, but a small percentage of a nitro-compound has sometimes been ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010, 2d ed. (2008)

by Vincent Terrace

Tonite. (Pilot; Variety; NBC; May 9, 1978). A program of music, songs and comedy sketches featuring an African American cast. Regulars: Cleavon Little, Paula Kelly, Marion Ramsey, Shon Vaughn, Charles Valentino. Guests: Todd Bridges ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

tonite, n. Standard tonite, as manufactured in the United States, is an ...

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