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dook

and duke (duk)
1. mod. really bad. (see also the entry for duke.) This day was really dook!
2. in. to defecate. Mom, I gotta dook.
3. to perform anal sex. (Offensive if understood.) The dude wanted to dook me!
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Khalifa Al Muhairi, head of the RAK Fishermen Cooperative Society, said 1kg of banned Dook shells costs Dh50 in black market.
Jeanette, now 43, managed to escape when a man walking a dog disturbed Dook and asked what he was doing.
The reading of animal entrails or eggs can give information about the human world, and these are often used by adat nain, or matan dook (what we might call a wizard or soothsayer), who can be trusted with the future more than the state media.
Maxine Smith (left) and Laura Watts throw themselves into the icy waters of the Firth of Forth for the 21st Loony Dook charity swim as Hogmanay celebrations continue in Edinburgh
Guitarist Sam Dook told I-Spy: "David was watching us from the balcony although we never got to meet him.
But earlier this month the Queen and Dook took the regular 10.
John Dook,of The Miner's Arms at Rhesycae,near Holywell, was yesterday given a 16 month ban after admitting drink-driving.
Yesterday was apparently when they made the toast served with my dook.
Mike Watt & Sam Dook Arts Club, 90 Seel Street, Liverpool, 0151 559 3773, Fri, Sep 4 Shem Sharples The Compass, 4-8, City Road, Chester, 01244 344890, Fri, Sep 4 - Sat, Sep 5 COMEDY Hardeep Singh Kohli The Brindley, High Street, Runcorn, 0151 907 8360, Fri, Sep 4 Guest Comedian The Slaughter House, 13-15, Fenwick Street, 0151 227 5946, Fri, Sep 4, PS15.
I longed for a bite of every one (who am I kidding, I wanted to submerge my face in the curry and dook for chicken) but sipped my green tea (nae biscuit) stoically vowing to complete my challenge.
THESE two perishing pirates were part of a vast number of revellers who took a dip in Scotland's icy waters for the New Year loony dook yesterday.
Pre and post-New Year activities across the city include the stunning torchlit procession, the fireworks finale on Calton Hill and the Loony Dook dip in the River Forth.
The crazy ones still standing on NewYear's Day can enjoy the One O' Clock Run, a bike triathalon, or take a Loony Dook charity river dip.
Below, locals throw themselves into the Firth of Forth for the Loony Dook swim as part of the Hogmanay celebrations near Edinburgh