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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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? According to research at Bristol University in 1998, the best way to dunk a biscuit is horizontally.
Japeth Aguilar is lukewarm to the idea of competing in the future Slam Dunk competitions after providing a glimpse of what he can do in Sunday's PBA All-Star Game in Calasiao, Pangasinan.
Clearly, it was a showcase of offense and both teams cleared the way for triples and dunks in adding to the wheelchair pledges.
As the North dismantled the South, 185-170, the two teams combined for a record 45 triples and 37 dunks: A total of 82 wheelchairs.
One of Smith's other highlight dunks involved rapper J.
There have only been 14 dunks in WNBA history, and Griner holds 11 of those dunks.
"I had a lot of dunks in high school and a lot of dunks in college.
Research by McVitie's found 82 per cent of 18-34-year-olds dunk their treats compared to 63 per cent of over-55s.
The court heard how Dunks had warned 43-year-old Ms Howarth that he 'would rather see her dead' than with someone else after they split and she began a relationship with another man.
The jury heard how Dunks had warned 43-year-old Miss Howarth that he 'would rather see her dead before seeing her with someone else' after they split and she began a relationship with another man.
Richard thrilled the crowd with two particularly memorable dunks as he flew high over an advertising board to throw it down and another artistic jam when he flew over a photographer.
After a couple of dunks like this, you need to perform a feather pull test.