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Dukes

(dūks), Avoid the incorrect form Duke and Duke's.
Cuthbert E., British pathologist, 1890-1977. See: Dukes classification.

Dukes

(dūks), Avoid the incorrect forms Duke and Duke's.
Clement, English physician, 1845-1925. See: Dukes disease, Filatov-Dukes disease.
References in classic literature ?
The Duke came round the corner and resumed his seat at the head of the table with all his native dignity.
I spare you," said the Duke in a voice of inhuman pity.
If I did," said the Duke in a low voice, "you and all you believe, and all by which alone you live, would be the first to shrivel and perish.
The duke, however, overcame all difficulties with a word -- his majesty's order; and, in spite of the protestations which the master of ceremonies made for the honor of his office and principles, Villefort was introduced.
The king was seated in the same place where the duke had left him.
Sire, the duke is right, and I believe your majesty will think it equally important.
When all the actions of the duke are recalled, I do not know how to blame him, but rather it appears to be, as I have said, that I ought to offer him for imitation to all those who, by the fortune or the arms of others, are raised to government.
Therefore, above everything, the duke ought to have created a Spaniard Pope, and, failing him, he ought to have consented to Rouen and not San Pietro ad Vincula.
With pleasure," the Duke answered, who loathed walking.
He seems pleased enough with us," the Duke remarked.
She has done nothing so sensible," the Duke answered drily.
Leave her with the Duke and Duchess," the Prince said, "and she will dine with her husband to-night.