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dunch

(dʌntʃ)
n
1. a push or nudge with the elbow
2. (Cookery) an insubstantial meal that is eaten between lunch and dinner
vb (tr)
to push or nudge (a person) with the elbow
Translations
عصرانه
merenda
olovrant
References in classic literature ?
She came round into the wind like a top, and the next moment struck the reef with such a dunch as threw us all flat upon the deck, and came near to shake Mr.
Ryan Dunch, "Reflections on Missionary Education in modern China" (paper prepared for conference "The American Context of China's Christian Colleges," Wesleyan Univ.
Balthasar Hubmaier, Uon ketzern vnd ir| en verbrennern vergleich | ung der gschrifften/ zesa | menzogen/ dunch do | ctor Balthazer| em Fridber- | gernpfarrern zu WaldBhut zu ge-| fallen bolder Anthon in vicarin zu | Costantz dem auBerlesne(n) | thorwa(e)ch ter on | amn Pusan ne( n).
Brian Dunch, Director * T 202-756-1757 * bdunch@prtm.
50) Representative examples: Ryan Dunch, 'Beyond Cultural Imperialism: Cultural Theory, Christian Missions, and Global Modernity', History and Theory 41 (October 2002), pp.
Ryan Dunch, the heir apparent to Daniel Bays as the "master" of the mission studies field, discusses the battle between theology and science in the development of the curriculum of the colleges.
Henry Hewitt Bridgman succeeded his brother as architect and, in conjunction with Charles Dunch, superintended the works 'with the aid at all times of the enterprising proprietor.
Ryan Dunch best summarizes these features of Chinese Protestantism as "a warm, experiential piety, centered on a concern for salvation and for tangible Blessings in this life; literal faith in the Bible.
Ryan Dunch, University of Alberta, "Missionaries as Collectors, Consumers and Producers of Chinese Print Culture"
Ryan Dunch notes that this school had an eight-year program, which started in grade 7 and included four years of high school and two years of college.
Wildsmith, "Ethnicity, church structure and decision-making in the Annang, Ibibio, Igbo and Igala Seetions of the Qua Iboe Church of Nigeria"; Marcia Wright, "Reinstituting the vernacular Karema Diocese, Tanzania, 19471958"; Timothy Yates, "Christian conversion 1902-1993: William James to Lewis Rambo"; David Bundy, "Unintended consequences: the Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society and the beginnings of Penteeostalism in Norway and Chile"; Ryan Dunch, "Chinese Protestants and the ritual expression of nationalism in Fuzhou, 1900-1920"; Paul W.
According to Emma Dunch, director of communications for WNYC, the crime did not compromise the computer network.