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dice

A regional slang term for crack cocaine.

DICE

Abbreviation for:
Disseminating Information on Clinical Effectiveness
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He said that when Dicey arrived at Longmeadow Drive, Hinckley, where the car was, the group realised that they didn't have the keys or the vehicle's log book.
Dicey et au juge Ivan Rand ainsi qu'a l'affaire Roncarelli c.
Reflecting on Emerson's maxim that 'to be great is to be misunderstood', I have long thought that Dicey must be a truly great figure because he is in a league with Karl Marx and Adam Smith when it comes to being subject to criticisms which are based on a complete lack of sympathy with his work.
Initially, her attempt to challenge the monthly support Welch provided her pending the division of the property looked dicey.
The facilitators found out that discussing sexually transmitted diseases with students in conservative countries can be dicey.
Perhaps nothing should come of such markers, he seems to suggest: That little distinguishes the killers from the killed seems proof positive that memorializing is distinct from memory, and that commemorating past violence anywhere is a dicey enterprise.
But limiting the privilege puts the government in the dicey position of deciding who is and who isn't a journalist.
My tip for the cup now looks decidedly dicey, however.
Nevertheless, he says, "projections of this kind are inherently dicey.
In groups and one-on-one sessions with pro driving instructors, participants navigate a course during four uniquely challenging and breathtaking exercises: wet handling (which demonstrates the ins and outs of precision braking on a wet and dicey surface), accident avoidance, timed autocross, and speed laps.
Perhaps we can learn to control or redirect our insatiable appetite for advancement as we have our use of atomic weapons (of course, even this restraint has become dicey these days).