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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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But there's still something uniquely comforting about the a steaming mug of tea and the odd dunked biscuit after a hard day's work.
In the NBA Slam Dunk contest, the major feat was to take off from the free-throw line Dr.
"Workforce issues are no different whether (it is) absenteeism (or not), but it's the cause that may be different," Dunk says.
Fittingly, Dunk was the last man in possession as Brighton cleared one final corner and the full-time whistle blew.
John Collins, Miles Bridges and Hamidou Diallo will all compete in the Slam Dunk Contest.
The Bulls pulled out a victory, though, when Zach LaVine stole an inbound pass and cruised in for an uncontested dunk with 12.4 seconds left.
That is why I find interest in Lewis Dunk encouraging, even though the 24 year-old would be yet another addition to Pulis' centre-back collection.
Huddersfield Coroners Court was told that 74-year-old William Dunk was hit by a train in Cumberworth Railway Tunnel.
BEST TIME: | Two seconds gave the biscuit enough of a dunk to retain a little crunch, while the chocolate was melted to perfection.
A baker is challenging foodies to set a world record for the longest biscuit dunk.
Avery Bradley stole the ball from Ellis and went in for a dunk to make it 90-89 with 21 seconds left, but Ellis hit two free throws and Bayless missed a driving shot, got the ball back and had a second attempt blocked by Vince Carter.