Deuce


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Deuce

A slang term for $200. The term is most common in auto sales.
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Caption: John's powders of choice for loading the Triple Deuce are Hodgdon's H322 and CFE.
"People around here thought he was crazy for building a lodge just to lodge hunters," Deuce LaCotts said.
The post James Franco to return to 'The Deuce' appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
For the next eight hours, a full Chinese battalion, supported by artillery and blowing bugles, came in waves in an effort to swarm the Deuce. If you've seen the movie Zulu, you get the idea.
The match of the night saw a tense victory for Colin Smith over Chris Dean that had the crowds on the edge of their seats as the game moved into deuce in the fifth.
Enclosed is a photo of Deuce, work-hardened and wiser, looking to the horizon on the endless prairie in the high plains of the Rosebud Native American Reservation in central South Dakota, home of the Lakota/Sioux tribes.
The Double Deuce weighed 18 ounces, and the dimensions were 5.5" by 3.25", with a width of just 7/8".
Oskar Blues Brewery of Longmont, CO, and Indiana-based Sun King Brewery have announced production of "The Deuce," their second canned collaborative beer.
Outpost is the sequel to Enclave (Feiwel & Friends, 2011) and finds young Huntress Deuce trying adapt to a new life in the bucolic town of Salvation.
Sania and Paes are excellent deuce ( right) court players which mean that one of them will have to change to left court.
The Scot somehow forced a second set tie-break, despite being taken to deuce in four of his six service games, but Djokovic had enough answers to secure a successful title defence and reassert his dominance over his long-time rival.