Deuce


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Deuce

A slang term for $200. The term is most common in auto sales.
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Deuce was four months old when she competed in her first show.
With the retention of the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments, the Journey Deuce knee system addresses an unmet need in the market for the active, informed patient who may be concerned about potential reduced knee function and mobility with a total knee," said Joseph DeVivo, president of Smith & Nephew Orthopaedic Reconstruction, adding that the new knee system "provides a bone-conserving alternative to a total knee replacement, while allowing for earlier intervention and preserving all future surgery options for patients, including a total knee replacement.
The Croatian saw it off as another game went to multiple deuces, with a further Murray break point saved by an acrobatic backhand smash as Ljubicic eventually held for 4-3.
As a mark of the club's gratitude, Deuce has been made a member of the veterans section, although at six years old he is a little younger than his fellow over-50 players.
Then, out of the blue, Deuce receives an irate telephone call from one-time pimp TJ Hicks (Eddie Griffin), who has been implicated in the murders of Europe's greatest gigolos.
His pay-for-pleasure days are far behind him, or so he thinks until he receives a call from his one-time pimp TJ Hicks (Eddie Griffin TJ has been implicated in the brutal murders of Europe's greatest gigolos but Deuce knows that TJ could not commit these crimes and so he boards a flight bound for Europe.
Deuce knows in his heart that TJ could not commit these heinous crimes and so he boards a flight bound for Europe and joins his friend aboard a purple, floating den of inequity named "Pimp Of Da Sea".
Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo is so bad I'd need a few more pages than just this one.
At 5-5, it was Agassi who committed a critical double fault at deuce and Federer converted by surviving a lengthy rally on the next point for the break that led to his third-set triumph.
The Dearborn Deuce was born, engineered, and developed by ASC," says Jim Inglese, one of the principals of Hot Rods & Horsepower (HR & H), a Branford, CT, maker of all-steel 1932 Ford hot rods.
Ketola ought to have taken the game to deuce, but handed it to Henman by netting a forehand volley.
Although the DEUCE is not yet slated for Armywide fielding, units at Fort Lewis, Washington, will receive a few DEUCEs to test in support of the initial brigade combat teams, as the Army marches forward on its plan for transformation.