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Dunker

a medium-sized scenthound, popular in Norway. It is a powerfully built dog with a short coat, pendulous ears and long tail. The short coat may be tan with black saddle and white markings, or the black may be splotched (merled). Called also Norwegian hound.
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Equally important," emphasized Jim O'Connell of the Friends of Dunkard Creek, "are the actions DEP still must take concerning the current operations of the Shannopin Mine Dewatering Project.
The funds will be placed in a restricted revenue account within the Fish Fund to be utilized for the primary purpose of developing and implementing projects that benefit recreational fishing and boating and the aquatic resources of the Dunkard Creek watershed.
Ctenospondylus ninevehensis, a new species (Reptilia, Pelycosauria) from the Lower Permian Dunkard Group of Ohio.
ON AUGUST 27, 2009, Dan Cincotta, a fisheries biologist with West Virginia's Department of Natural Resources, was conducting a routine inventory of Dunkard Creek, a small river that runs through West Virginia and southwestern Pennsylvania.
Other prominent topics include foreign missions in Nigeria and China, fundamentalism, the Dunkard Brethren schism of 1926, women's activity in the church and the origins of Brethren Voluntary Service.
It was the brainchild of Conrad Beissel, a German Pietist who managed to woo away his followers from the Dunkards, a religious group that believed in triple baptism.
As members of a splinter segment of the Dunkards, or German Baptist Brethren, established in 1708 by Alexander Mack, we were a minority presence in an overwhelmingly Orthodox and Roman Catholic community.
Surely the members of the historic peace churches-Quakers, Dunkards, Mennonites and Brethren-were not advocated of such things.
In various parts of the United States, members of Anabaptist religious communities, Hutterites, Amish, Dunkards, Apostolic Christian, and Old Order Mennonites believe in the simple life and reject some or most of the modern world.
A sect that called itself the Dunkards had services in the schoolhouse, baptizing new members in the creek across the road.