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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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Why the deuce are young men of family taught Latin?
"The deuce! it is a very cold one, my dear friend," said Aramis.
But oh, deuce take their cursed, envenomed tongues!' I muttered, in the bitterness of my soul.
is just one of the many players made into winners every week, and Jackpot Deuces is only one of over 500 games offered at the casino.
He recently opened Deuces Bar and Lounge in Chigwell with his best pal, Jade Goody's widower Jack Tweed, 23, only to see it badly damaged in a suspected arson attack.
Lucky Deuces Casino and Truck Stop outsources fuel buying and management to ensure the lowest purchase price and speed up delivery time
"Three Deuces Down" is his tale of getting started and doing a few meaningless cases, and then finding himself summoned by a rich and powerful man who wants him to find his missing daughter and her husband.
when he opened an account with the casino on 4 August, only to win the Jackpot Deuces Progressive Poker a few hours later.
Keith Donelly's debut novel Three Deuces Down: A Donald Youngblood Mystery is a suspenseful adventure following Donald Youngblood, a Wall Street genius turned private investigator on a whim, and Billy Two Feathers, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian, who opens Cherokee Investigations with him to work small cases together.
Debda powered the Russians with 10 points built on four deuces.
London, United Kingdom, February 19, 2016 --(PR.com)-- For online slots players that also enjoy a little video poker now and then, Slotland (http://www.slotland.eu) has just added a fourth variation on the popular casino game, Deuces & Joker Wild.
In 2006 you were gracious enough to run a photo taken in southern Michigan of Rainy Rivers Deuces Wild, aka "Deuce," then a 20-month-old Large Munsterlander.