Ducking under the counter you’ll find an intimate bar-room.
Meanwhile, investors are ducking risk and desperate for safety — as well as answers.
He ran back, picked up the saw, and left the house, ducking low to avoid the neem-tree leaves.
We’d laughed then, when we’d watched Smiffy running away like he was ducking bullets because he couldn’t straighten his back.
She captioned the post, "The bottom line is: I take social media seriously, and I'm not ducking around."
I remember once briefly wondering, when ducking under such an arch, how they had made the money that permitted such extensive philanthropy.
On February 11th the myth stepped outside his prison gate and walked a few steps before ducking into a car to escape the shouts of the world's press.
Ducking back outside what is now known as the Old Bridge Museum, it's difficult to reconcile such images with the bustling urban scene that greets me.
If you’re ducking under the £100 range, you could get a great looking piece with in-built speakers, but lesser sound quality, and a more fragile, lightweight feel.
In a concrete high-rise bordered by a covered highway, we headed into the basement by ducking beneath a staircase lined with pictures of four varieties of mushroom.
And it relieved conservatives who had used the debate over priestly celibacy to heighten their opposition to the pope, and saw his ducking of the issue as a victory.
Our dates took us on leisurely walks exploring L.A. neighborhoods, ducking into random bookshops and checking out farmers markets as if we were tourists in our own city.
Vincent Keogh and Anthony (Tony Ducks) Corallo, a mobster who got his nickname ducking subpoenas and convictions, on charges of attempted bribery to influence a federal bankruptcy fraud case.
Northbury her model, Jo rashly took a plunge into the frothy sea of sensational literature, but thanks to the life preserver thrown her by a friend, she came up again not much the worse for her ducking.
But now China has far too much steel-producing capacity – and its enormous surplus is being dumped on world markets because the authorities in Beijing are ducking the sensitive challenge of reducing domestic capacity.
Ducking into a bar for something cold or caffeinated is a holiday ritual, and this week we’d like to hear about the most memorable drinking hole you’ve found on travels abroad – no cosy British pubs this time, much as we’re looking forward to a well-kept pint…
All attempts to delude the people, or to abuse their understanding by exercise of the pretended arts of witchcraft, conjuration, enchantment, or sorcery, or by pretended prophecies, shall be punished by ducking and whipping, at the discretion of a jury, not, exceeding fifteen stripes
The former foreign secretary – who was branded a “submarine” for ducking the first TV showdown on Sunday – came under fire in a sometimes fractious debate for his proposal to raise the thresholds for the top rate of income tax, handing £9.6bn a year to the highest-earning households.
Motion tracking controllers, which bring your hands into the virtual world, are more intuitive for beginners: Swinging a sword feels more like swinging a sword, throwing a mug at a robot feels (kind of) like throwing a mug, ducking for cover can require real ducking.
Several Republican senators, unsettled by a day’s chaos that had sent members ducking under tables and scrambling for gas masks, said they no longer supported a brazen but doomed effort to keep Trump in office by rejecting the results of the electoral college as the certification proceeded.
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