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dice

A regional slang term for crack cocaine.

DICE

Abbreviation for:
Disseminating Information on Clinical Effectiveness
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It's a last roll of the dice for me as far as playing professional sport is concerned and I will be giving it all I've got.
Hannon said: "This will be Paco Boy's final season so, while I'm no fan of American racing, if the owners want to have their last roll of the dice in the Breeders' Cup Mile, that is fine by me.
THE board features 24 long triangles called points and with each roll of the dice players must choose from numerous options for moving their chequers.
At the age of 30, the move could represent a last roll of the dice for Jones and, while there is scepticism over whether the Welshman can ever return to the heights of four years ago, he is desperate to prove he can.
We haven't had the roll of the dice over the past four weeks but there's plenty of cricket still to be played.
The big roll of the dice, however, plainly was used on Bynum, who might be lacking experience but does not appear shy on confidence.
Here, under the guidance of cross-dressing Hawks, Mrs Drabble has agreed to surrender all her actions to the roll of the dice.
That's quite a roll of the dice, particularly given the sheer magnitude (in terms of resources required and time spent) of large-scale systems integration projects, where the entry point typically starts at tens of millions of dollars.
With thousands of proteins, lipids, sugars and other small molecules in the blood serum, deciding where to look first would be tantamount to a roll of the dice.
The Scotland skipper is pleased with the team's start to Group D but says the worry this may well be the final roll of the dice for some players remains a motivational tool.
VILLAINS TIM SHERWOOD IT is the last roll of the dice when a manager questions the character of his squad.
Lennon was forced into another gamble in rushing to sign Freddie Ljundberg in time to play but it's another roll of the dice.