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deuce

1. 
a. a playing card or dice with two pips or spots; two
b. a throw of two in dice
2. Tennis a tied score (in tennis 40-all) that requires one player to gain two successive points to win the game
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While hunted "lightly," Deuce determinedly covered nearly 57 miles of open country in a little over two days in search of sharptails and prairie grouse.
According to Elaine, the production figures for the Double Deuce were "more than 60, less than 100" finished pistols.
SP Misra, who has been appointed the non- playing captain for the London Games, for one thinks that Paes should stick to the deuce court and Sania should change to left.
Murray had to battle and held on to his opening three service games after being taken to deuce on each occasion.
And with the warm response and support from Deuce fans and Mississippians, the Foundation hopes to expand to Hattiesburg, Starkville, and the Delta--bringing that joy to more and more Mississippi youth.
Deuce already had developed a fan base; rousing cheers went up when she took first place.
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Memphis, TN-based Smith & Nephew's Orthopaedic Reconstruction division is all set to launch its Journey Deuce BiCompartmental Knee System, a mini-really invasive, bone and ligament preserving treatment option that may benefit as many as 70% of patients receiving a total knee replacement, the company said.
Henman was taken to deuce in his opening service game but held and then broke the 25-year-old in the fourth game to lead 3-1.
Ljubicic, backed by a small but vocal Croatian support, opted to serve first, but Murray benefited from a trio of unforced errors to earn three break points, which he squandered to go to deuce.
But it did occasionally bring back earlier works, such as The Golden Section, Deuce Coupe (1973), and The Fugue (1970)--with men instead of the original all-female trio.
Deuce Johnson picked up the slack with 10 points and 10rebounds.