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dack

(dæk)
vb
(tr) informal Austral to remove the trousers from (someone) by force
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They traced back the gossip to Sara Dack, servant to the Henans', and who alone lived with Margaret and her husband.
Sara Dack was louder in her assertions, the looks Tom Henan cast about him were blacker than ever, and Dr.
When Sara Dack gave the babe's unbelievable weight, Island McGill refused to believe and once again called her liar.
"Oz good oz good," said Sara Dack. "Ut never fretted.
Bradley Dack and former Borom target Craig Conway both caught the eye in Rovers' 4-2 victory over Sheffield Wednesday last Saturday.
Two minutes later the hosts struck when Graham pounced to slammed in a rebound after Bradley Dack's initial strike was parried by 'keeper Cameron Dawson.
Moore is eying up Blackburn ace Dack and was thought to have made a PS7 million offer.
Dack has seen Newport miss out on the League Two play-off spots, that disappointment coming despite a 2-0 victory at York on Saturday.
Dack is hopeful he can recall Lee Minshull (muscle) and Darren Jones (shoulder) for today's trip to York, but is resigned to being without Andrew Hughes (knee), Ismail Yakubu (hamstring), Max Porter (toe) and Robbie Willmott (thigh).
And although Dack handed over the baby when police arrived and told him to leave the area, he later returned to make more threats, said Andy Rutter, prosecuting.
The Rovers hitman (above) played a key role in the surprise annihilation of form team Hull, even though Dack failed to add to his season's 13-goal tally.
Dack was in the right place at the right time to finally beat Rotherham keeper Marek Rodak for his 10th goal of the season.