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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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com/richarddeitsch/status/342721749147860992) Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch revealed on his Twitter last week that Erving has dunked at least once a year since his retirement in 1987.
The Michael Jordan one, where he tucked it on one side and went under the rim and had to duck his head and then dunked it on the other side.
It was hoped that Dunked, a finger-shaped, chocolate-covered biscuit available in shortcake and oat varieties, would have built on an emerging trend at the beginning of this year for dunking.
At the McDonald's All-America game, Green dunked after putting the ball between his legs, after throwing the ball off the shot clock, after jumping from the foul line and while putting his arm through the rim.
Without pausing for breath, he reached across the board table, picked up a biscuit, dunked it in my tea and carried on with the conversation.
McDonald's All American Candace Parker dunked her way into history tonight, becoming the first woman to win a major slam dunk contest.
When Dixon slam dunked, he grabbed onto the rim, which was bolted to a metal plate sandwiching the glass backboard.
My crush was dunking me at the pool, so I dunked him.