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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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He has in recent years devoted his time to directorships and is chairman of Skanska AB and board member of Bure Equity AB, Crescit Asset Management AB and Dunker Interests.
During an expenses-paid trip to the company's production facility, Crimson Trace president and CEO Lane Tobiassen presented Dunker with an engraved, custom Kimber Ultra Carry pistol equipped with a Crimson Trace Lasergrip.
They entered the finals by scoring identical 79 points to edge other dunkers including last year's champion Chris Ellis and Barangay Ginebra teammate Japeth Aguilar.
From among these three, the fans will vote for the evening's Slam Dunker of the Night.
A lot of people don't believe me when I tell them Charles was an athletic highflier - he was a dunker, someone who used to be an all-action, powerful player.
Most of the images that Dunker provided for the Tableau de Paris were fairly straightforward and representational, leaning toward social observation and satire like Mercier's text itself.
They put the dunker in the water upside down, and then pulled it up just far enough for me to stand with my head above water.
Domingo, presented in chapter three, Dunker stresses the "unauflosliche Verbindung von Kolonialismus und Geschlechts-oder besser Gender-Fragen" (34), chapter four familiarizes the reader with one of E.
His Worcester Feast Dunker is held together with a special ingredients that can last for up to two minutes in a hot drink, beating the current record of 25.
The Worcester Feast Dunker is made for dunking, and can be submerged in tea or coffee for twice as long as ordinary biscuits before it breaks up.
This new dunker provides enhanced training realism," said Lt.
Joyce Dunker of Eugene died July 17 of age-related causes at age 90.