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bunked

mod. drunk. That’s enough. You’re bunked.
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Teenagers bunked off school an incredible 167,905 days last year.
This "no tolerance" regime resulted in a 40-year-old single mum-of-five from Newcastle being fined pounds 225 on four separate occasions after her two eldest children bunked off school for a year.
North Tyneside students who bunked off missed an average of almost two weeks each and a total of 20,748 days were skipped.
However, one in ten bunked off because they were being bullied, while 6% of children said they had bunked off because of a hangover.
THOUSANDS of Warwickshire youngsters bunked off school at some point last year, new figures have revealed.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court took up a former Lancaster state prison inmate's racial segregation case that asks if black inmates are being unconstitutionally bunked together for months at a time, in the name of keeping prisons safe.