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Dummy

Sham; make-believe; pretended; imitation. Person who serves in place of another, or who serves until the proper person is named or available to take his place (e.g., dummy corporate directors; dummy owners of real estate).

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Now, toss the dummy right back to that spot, and then throw another 180 degrees from it.
"We normally do the dummy donations after the children have seen the chicks", she says.
Papatunayan ko mamaya na dummy ka lang ni Bong Pineda.
Run through some drills your dog understands to build confidence and set the mood--have him hold and release the dummy a few times and heel around on the ground holding the dummy.
In addition, unlike other FMVSS vehicle crashworthiness regulations, the FMVSS 216 regulation does not use a crash test dummy to predict occupant injury risk for vehicle crashworthiness evaluation.
Those who think he's a "bad parent" for giving Harper a dummy are not worth talking about.
The youngster is three years beyond the cut-off point recommended for dummy use, according to some health experts.
All three of my kids ended up with a dummy and I don't regret it in the slightest.
Neath Port Talbot Flying Start speech and language therapist Deborah Douglas said: "Although dummies have their place as a comforter for very young babies, by the age of one the dummy should be gone.
Stacey said she was "terrified" she might lose him and wanted to warn others not to buy the dummy chains.
During recent unit visits to armored brigade combat teams by the TRADOC Capability Manager--Armored Brigade Combat Team (TCM-ABCT), master gunners expressed they have a lack of dummy training ammunition for Bradley crews to effectively conduct gunners skills tasks (GST) 4B and 5B in accordance with Training Circular 3-20.21.1, Individual and Crew Live-Fire Prerequisite Testing.