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  • "Maudie Ducker is away off there," Pearl answered with dignity.

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • Mrs. Ducker is doing rhubarb, too, it's nice in the spring when everything else goes flat on you.

    The Second Chance

  • The evening ends with a sing-along of school songs like "Ducker" and "Forty Years On" in the boys 'boarding houses.

    Alien Invasion: High-School Prom

  • You see, next term is the jolliest term of the year -- cricket and 'Ducker' [1] and Lord's.

    The Hill A Romance of Friendship

  • You see, next term is the jolliest term of the year -- cricket and 'Ducker' [19] and Lord's.

    The Hill A Romance of Friendship

  • "Ducker," the Harrow bathing-place, has had scant justice done to it.

    The Days Before Yesterday

  • It is a most attractive spot, standing demurely isolated amidst its encircling fringe of fine elms, and jealously guarded by a high wooden palisade, No unauthorised person can penetrate into "Ducker"; in summer-time it is the boys 'own domain.

    The Days Before Yesterday

  • My name is Chris. most people call me Ducker which is my last name

    DaniWeb IT Discussion Community

  • Cam (Byron's Pool), not his favourite Duck Pool (now "Ducker") which bears his name.] {50} [63] [The reference is to the metallic tractors of Benjamin Charles

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 6

  • He's bringing contemporary works to Los Angeles, including Christopher Wheeldon's 2006 "DGV," originally created for the Royal Ballet; a new piece, "Epimetheus," by Russell Ducker, from Britain, a company member; and "Solea," a pas de deux for Mr. Corella and his sister created by the flamenco dancer María Pagés, and.

    Debra Levine: Ballet's Angel Corella Looks Ahead ... and Back

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