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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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? Scientists have discovered that the Rich Tea biscuit is the number one for dunking, averaging 14 dunks into a hot tea or coffee without falling apart.
He worked long hours on his dunking and now that window has opened.
IA survey shows that 70% of Brits enjoy dunking one in their cup of tea.
"As the experts of all things Jaffa Cake (and dunking) we tend to agree - the sponge base just isn't robust enough to hold up in a hot drink.
3 Keep your cool Waiting for your drink to cool slightly will result in longer dunking times.
Look out, too, for the All Star Dunkers Acrobatic Dunk Team, FOXY the dunking mascot and the BBL Babes Cheerleaders.
London, Sept 3 (ANI): Dunking biscuits in your tea could soon be history, thanks to the "unsinkable" biscuit.
After killing a chicken and letting it bleed out, the bird must be scalded by dunking it in hot water.
Dee Brown prevailed as a rookie in 1991 with his no-look dunk, covering his eyes with one arm while dunking with the other.
Fisher was award an IgNobel Prize in 1999 for his work on the physics of cookie dunking, and his How To Dunk A Doughnut extends his research into the everyday world in an effort to relate science to everyday life.
The world is divided between those who consider it indescribably naff to dunk a biscuit in their cuppa and those who are dunking addicts.