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to avoid fulfilling or answering completely

to plunge briefly in or into a liquid

the act of swimming

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(cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman

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flesh of a duck (domestic or wild)

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a heavy cotton fabric of plain weave

to move (the head or body) quickly downwards or away

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submerge or plunge suddenly

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dip into a liquid

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avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues)

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John Duckers with copies of The Crazy Adventures of the Silly Six, the second book he has penned
Edward Soulsby, defending, said Duckers was now taking steps to repay the PS29,636 back to the Department of Work and Pensions.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Duckers found the girls, aged 14 and 15, outside his home in Rice Lane, Wallasey, and invited them inside.
Mark Duckers, 47, denies breaching a Sexual Offence Prevention Order which forbids him from contact with children under 17.
Mr Duckers, who has worked with Mr Harris for six years, graduated as an optometrist from Cardiff University in 1999.
Mr Tierney said he instructed Mr Duckers to leave the premises immediately.
John Duckers, a former Post business editor, wrote the book three decades ago, when he lived in Scotland, after a linkup with charity Cure Leukaemia.
ACCUSED: Duckers, Mr Lander told the court the details of Ducker's Sexual Offence Prevention Order had appeared in the ECHO that day.
Birmingham Mail business editor Jon Griffin and former Birmingham Post business editor John Duckers are to dust off their boots in front of the Villa crowd for the charity event.
A lifelong first for Bright's vicar on earth John Duckers - an exciting assignation with a lady in the gents' toilets.
Wirral Magistrates yesterday imposed a Sexual Offences Prevention Order on Wallasey's Mark Duckers for 10 years, doubling the usual five-year term of the order.
Steve Wood, Mazars; Mark Gough, ITV Central; Martin Long, Mazars; Keith Beech, BBC Jon Griffin, Birmingham Mail; Patrick Burns, BBC; Andy Skinner, John Duckers, ASAP PR David Chapman, Mazars; John Rider, chairman, Institute of Directors West Midlands; John Phillips, regional director, Institute of Directors
Mark Duckers is accused of inviting two teenage girls into his Wirral home the day after he was forbidden from contacting anyone under the age of 17.
John Duckers and John Griffin present a cheque to Ellie Griffiths of Acorns, after raising cash through a penalty shootout.
Project manager Dr Les Duckers, principal lecturer in environmental science, said: "Before that, we are looking to conduct a series of face-to-face sessions with employers involved in environmental issues in order to fully develop the course.