DEUCE


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DEUCEDeployable Universal Combat Earthmover (Army)
DEUCEDigital Electronic Universal Computing Engine
DEUCEDown-Sized End-User Computer Equipment
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I was a "design consultant" on the Double Deuce, hence the "JBW" serial number on the pistol shown here.
Leander's strength has been playing from the deuce court and he need not change," said Misra, a former Davis Cupper.
The excitement was palpable when Plourde jogged out with Deuce, her soft coat flowing as she moved smoothly across the floor.
The Journey Deuce Knee System is an innovative product that provides a unique option for surgeons and patients.
A further hold and break took the world No 37 to 5-2 and he fended off two break points to win on the second deuce with his first match point.
Ljubicic won a hard-fought seventh game before an epic rally took Murray to deuce on his serve, which he eventually held with some stunning shots.
Juilliard is doing Deuce Coupe in March, and in April, Katie Glasner, the resident Tharpian at Barnard, is staging Eight Jelly Rolls.
The 1932 Ford Deuce was a landmark achievement for Ford, featuring an eight-cylinder flathead engine over the usual V-8 designs.
Deuce was rewarded for returning more than 3,000 balls to members of Pontnewydd Golf Club.
The DEUCE needs clean air--and lots of it--to keep the vehicle's engine running smoothly.
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo is unremittingly crass, bludgeoning the viewer with toilet humour and innuendo.