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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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The professional dunker (David Carlos) was hurt so he did not really like put on a show," said Green as he gears up for another go-round in the side event to the national championship for high school
"For middle-skilled positions that aren't paying high wages, the onus is on the workforce system, education and industry to make sure students come out with as little debt as possible," Dunker says.
"Ngayon, nagiisip ako ng mga signature dunk at kung ano puwede ko gawin kasi hinti naman tayo kasing tangkad ng mga foreign dunkers.
Schmidt, who was a park ranger at Antietam National Battlefield, and Barkley, an archivist, museum curator, and independent scholar, trace the history of the Dunker Church of the Antietam battlefield, including the roots of the "Dunker" movement, its establishment in the Antietam Valley, the importance of the Dunker Church to Sharpsburg and its citizens, its role during the battle and its aftermath, its destruction during a windstorm and its reconstruction, commemorations, and how it helped establish tourism and education for future generations.
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.
We assumed that this discrepancy is attributed to interspecific difference, but this possible reason remains uncertain because some images, Figures 2D, 2E, 2F, 3J, and 3K (see in Dunker et al.) and Figures 5c, 5d, and 5e (see in Breckenridge & Jayasinghe) of the gills of caecilian embryos or larvae in previous studies reveal that these gills grow on the sides of the neck rather than on the sides of the head.
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.
The first round will be the "Freestyle" where each dunker will have one minute and thirty seconds to attempt as many dunks as they can.
Pretende-se, com este texto de opiniao, trazer ao leitor um conjunto de consideracoes sobre o trabalho de Dunker, CIL "Transitivismo e Letramento: constituicao do sujeito e entrada no discurso alfabetico", apresentado em um evento cientifico sobre alfabetizacao.
It was just the latest achievement for Smith in a career which has seen him turn from athletic, all-action dunker to the more measured forward who eviscerated the Wildcats at the weekend.
But the publisher of the Bern edition hired the Swiss engraver Balthasar Anton Dunker (1746-1807) to provide a selection of images (Aluffi 29-33).
I had a brand new up-chit in hand, and the dunker was the only hurdle between me and the cockpit.