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douse

[dau̇s]
(metallurgy)
To thrust a hot piece of metal into a liquid during the hardening process.
(mining engineering)
To locate and delineate subsurface resources such as water, oil, gas, or minerals.
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Douse was also charged with assault, criminal possession of a weapon and menacing in connection to the incident.
The teenager refused and one of the officers fired a single shot, hitting Douse in the head through his jaw.
Mr Douse said: "Play is part of the culture of our company and we had table football and a big Jenga game, with all the teams dressed in school kit, as well as sweets all over the club.
A spokesman for London Fire Brigade said 50 firefighters battled the blaze with 10 standard fire engines and two cherry-picker appliances which allow crews to douse the flames from above.
More than 150 firefighters have been battling to douse the blaze, which began after a series of exposions on Sunday.
Firefighters walked inside a huge industrial oven to douse a blaze.
Phil Douse, general manager of Cannons, said: "We were really pleased to be able to raise this money.
The blaze had quickly spread through and enveloped the entire five-storey building, rescue officials, adding that 10 to 15 fire trucks participated in the effort to douse the flame.
Brave Sister Donatella Ciucciumei, 51, saw the elderly man douse himself in petrol in a street in San Severino Marche, in Italy.
He rolled on a verge to douse the flames as the attacker ran off with the petrol can.
Despite losing an amazing game to Warkworth at the weekend, Kirkley captain Mark Douse still reckons his side will be in the championship frame come the end of the season.
Summary: London [UK], Dec 24 (ANI): The London Zoo reopened to visitors today after the firefighters managed to douse the fire out that had engulfed a popular cafe.