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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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His array of electric dunks have been a staple on ESPN's "SportsCenter" all season.
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Smith, Griffin's dunk coach, said the pass from Davis wasn't where it was supposed to be.
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While Erving is known as a well-rounded player both offensively and defensively, the thing that made Erving unique was his thunderous dunks and his affinity to stay in the air for an inordinate amount of time.
Entries must include the Oreo Cakesters product and fans are encouraged to show how they dunk or don't dunk their Cakesters within the video.
Just which is the best biscuit to dunk in your cuppa?
The round shape of biscuits makes them difficult to dunk because they have a large surface area and tend to disintegrate.