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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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March 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Dunking Oreo cookies in milk is a time-honored tradition, but when it comes to Oreo Cakesters, the Oreo of snack cakes, the question remains "to dunk or not to dunk.
Skywalkers are players who add their own artistic flair to dunking such as Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and Steve Francis of the Houston Rockets.
Seen by the world, the basketball dunking Skullman image on Tie Dye uniforms, worn by the 1992 Lithuanian Men's Olympic Basketball Team, became a househould icon and part of sports history during the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics.
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.
They have enjoyed his remarkable leaping and dunking abilities, but they also like the way he plays with energy with the Bench Mob, the team's second unit.
James Justice is a dunking dynamo in the mold of many great Globetrotter dunkers, Iesha Davis has a great bloodline, and how can you go wrong with the world's fastest human?
WHEN exactly did the dunking of biscuits become socially acceptable?
This is a very important feature for any dunking biscuit, preventing unwanted build-up of sludge.
Overall, 16 men who competed in the annual College Slam Dunk Contest have went on to play for the Globetrotters, including Michael "Wild Thing" Wilson (Memphis '96), who set the Guinness World Record in 2000 by dunking on a 12-foot basket.
Nabisco's market research shows that the two most popular ways of eating an Oreo are twisting the cookie apart or dunking it in a cold glass of milk.
Stoudemire did a lot more flying and dunking, though it looked like he took a little off his stuff to avoid two things: One, he didn't want to move the hoop again.
SCIENTISTS yesterday unveiled a formula for dunking biscuits which avoids soggy bits collapsing in the cuppa.