Duane


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Du·ane

(dwān),
Alexander, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1858-1926. See: Duane syndrome.
References in classic literature ?
The building was on Duane Street, just off Main Street, and had been used for years as a law office by the old man, who had become too feeble and forgetful for the practice of his profession but did not realize his inefficiency.
Tom left his room on Duane Street just as the young night began to make itself felt.
Jack Duane was from the East; he was a college-bred man--had been studying electrical engineering.
Duane did not even bother to keep back names and places--he told all his triumphs and his failures, his loves and his griefs.
There came no answer to it, however, and at last, the day before New Year's, Jurgis bade good-by to Jack Duane.
It all started when his uncle won a car auctioned by race ace Alan McCord in a raffle and gave it to Duane, from Co Tyrone.
DUANE Jones from Mountain Ash won the Welsh under-16 ranking event at Rileys in Cardiff.
Duane Reade, a leading drug store chain in metropolitan New York, is now offering a fashionable eco-tote created by fashion designer Alvin Valley.
Native American Duane Lefthand of Taos Pueblo knows all about chainsaws and arteries--both the kind that bear human blood and the kind that bear water, the lifeblood of our high desert culture and economy.
It's not every day you see your picture on the cover of a magazine, but Duane Parks is used to surprises.
The amazing life of birds; the twenty-day puberty journal of Duane Homer Leach.
You can look at the increase in property values and see that elders who have equity in their home might be more vulnerable to a financial predator, such as a contractor, predatory lender or even a family member,'' said Jenefer Duane, chief executive officer of the San Francisco-based Elder Financial Protection Network.