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ducky

mod. okay; good. (Often used sarcastically.) Now, isn’t that just ducky?
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Duckies helped organize rallies at San Diego City, San Diego Mesa and Grossmont colleges.
This "cart-in-front-of-the-horse" assumption that a state or nation can improve achievement for all students through punitive testing followed the prevailing currents to Australia about the time the rubber duckies crossed the equator and washed up near the Great Barrier Reef.
Now, a person dressed in a duck costume and blindfolded, wades among the swirling duckies in an above-ground pool and snags five winners.
They released a fleet of 90 rubber duckies into a moulin, or hole, in the Jakobshavn Glacier to learn how melting water moves through this massive, slow-moving river of ice.
But for the rest of us there is nothing to stop phthalate-ridden duckies, plastic books and dolls from being a health risk in the home.
1 -- 2 -- color) Above, 10,000 rubber duckies float down the Lazy River at the start of the third race of the day at the first Rubber Duck Race at DryTown Water Park on Saturday.
Madeline Duckies, by the Berkeley Branch and the City of Berkeley (official Madeline Duckles Day) for tireless advocacy for peace and justice.
Misled newborn duckies whose only mistake was to trust the mean old info wizards at the CIA, most of whom are treacherous flunkies or Al Qaeda sympathizers.
Steven Milloy, an adjunct scholar with the Cato Institute, observed, "The Consumer Product Safety Commission did the right thing last week in ruling rubber duckies and other vinyl toys pose 'no demonstrated health risks' to children.
The Ducklings bathroom collection includes a Duckies toothbrush (pounds 1.
Longest row of yellow rubber duckies stretches one mile through Seattle park encouraging families to get their ducks in a row