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duck

(dŭk)
n.
1. Any of various wild or domesticated waterbirds of the family Anatidae, characteristically having a broad flat bill, short legs, and webbed feet.
2. A female duck.
3. The flesh of a duck used as food.
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Ducker had a tough 2018 and will be looking to get back to winning ways after an eight-month absence from the ring.
Ducker Worldwide offers market intelligence, strategic consulting and transaction advisory services.
In what was a something of an upset, high-flying Quay were dismissed for 138 and Ducker, who was unbeaten on 81 in the successful run-chase, was much happier with the all-round performance.
Ducker says the industry has been on a four-year roller coaster ride powered by a downturn in industrial production, which is a result of a lack of investments.
"We will consult and communicate extensively with our staff and employee representatives, and we will look to provide support for those affected in terms of helping them to find alternatives within SABIC globally or with other employers." Ducker said SABIC remained committed to its UK operations on Teesside.
Freshly made Temaki rolls, featuring uniquely developed flavor combinations, the Gundry & Ducker 'Yoobi Sushi' restaurant is worth a visit.
Muller has moved to Warrenton, Ore., and Ducker has launched her own business named Tina Ducker Photography.
The Aluminum Association, which is dedicated to communicating the benefits of aluminum, commissioned Ducker Worldwide, Troy, Mich., to perform the study.
Turnovers: 11 (Ducker 2, Fox-Griffin 2, Davis 2, Tilleman 1, Mitchell 1, Kennedy 1, Burdick 1).
The compiled data and projections contained in the report were produced by Ducker Worldwide, an independent global research firm.
"The addition of ANC significantly expands our service portfolio in the important UK market and underscores our continuing commitment to grow the FedEx international business," FedEx Express President-International Michael Ducker said.
So reports the Auto & Light Truck Group of the Aluminum Association (www.autoaluminum.org; Washington, DC), based on a study conducted for it by Ducker Worldwide (www.ducker.com; Troy, MI).