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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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I have really enjoyed the Crimson Trace laser sight on my pistol," Dunker said.
Guessing the winner in this one will be a tough one but go with the conference with the better and more creative dunkers.
A couple of the cool things about being a helo pilot and going through water-survival training with fixed-wing pilots are that you have air and they don't, and you get to do two extra dunker rides.
There are several devices, such as the Shallow Water Egress Trainer (SWET) and Shallow Water Initial Motor Memory Egress Release (SWIMMER), that aviators complete before coming to the final dunker evolution.
The Heed facility consists of an aircraft dunker, where pilots learn how to swim out of sinking aircraft.
Dunker is having the same problem, selling out of the Sili brush so quickly that she wondered if she had forgotten to order it at all.
Narrator B: Union General Joseph Hooker and his men charge toward General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson and the Confederates in a cornfield near Dunker Church.
For decades, the Globetrotters have popularized the slam dunk for fans around the globe and have had some of the greatest dunkers of all time," said Globetrotter CEO Kurt Schneider.
This colourful cushion by Swedish designer Elisabeth Dunker is guaranteed to brighten up any room.
Darlington was declared the "best dunker in the world" by Dime Magazine in 2010.
If it's just you in the shed then it's fine, you can choose what biscuit you fancy - the best dunker maybe or something with a bit of cream in the middle.