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Duke

(dūk), Avoid the incorrect forms Dukes and Dukes'.
William Waddell Duke, U.S. pathologist, 1883-1945. See: Duke bleeding time test.
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This doubleness is also apparent in the example from the Aeneid cited earlier, where fama reports the departure of Idomeneus from Crete (3.121-3): fama uolatpulsum regnis cessissepaternis/Idomenea ducem, desertaque litora Cretae,/hoste uacare domum sedesque astare relictas.
illius intactae cecidere a pectore vestes, iam clipeus breviorque manu consumitur hasta (mira fides) Ithacumque umeris excedere visus Aetolumque ducem: tantum subita arma calorque Martius horrenda confundit luce penates, immanisque gradu, ceu protinus Hectora poscens, stat medius trepidante domo, Peleaque virgo quaeritur (1.
(61) Alciato's chapter (4.24) is entitled: "Belisarium summum ducem haudquaquam a Iustiniano afflictum fuisse; et confutata fabula quam Crinitus, Pontanus, Volaterranus [sic] scriptis mandarunt." He begins: "Scripsit Petrus Crinitus libros 15 De honesta disciplina, de quibus quid in universum sentiam non habeo nunc necesse pronunciare; in partes vero recte Martialis carmen poterit praedicari: 'Sunt mala, sunt quaedam mediocria, sunt bona plura'" (1.16).
From the adversus Judaeos tradition, see The Teachings of Jacob, the Newly Baptized 1.34 (Vincent Deroche, ed., "Doctrina Jacobi nuper baptizati," 120-21 in Gilbert Dagron and Vincent Deroche, "Juifs et Chretiens"); Leontius of Neapolis, Apology against the Jews (Vincent Deroche, "L'Apologie contre les Juifs de Leontios de Neapolis," Travaux et memoires 12 [1994]: 69, 134-71, 194 [Grk] and 77-78 [Fr]); pseudo-Athanasius, Doctrina ad Antiochum ducem (PG 28:621).
Livy mentions the doubly ill-omened mutineer Atrius Vmber, whom Scipio calls nominis etiam abominandi ducem (28.28.4).
For the Latin see Pontano's Ad Alfonsum Calabriae Ducem De Principe Liber (1490) in Prosatori Latini del Quatrocento, ed.
fierce, impatient of the yoke" (pecoris efferum saevi ducem ...
"Ad instantem suplicationem nobis factam per gastaldionissam et alias dominas de schola sancte Marie de humilitate hoc humiliter supplicantes et requirentes que presencialiter habent gubernationem loci nostri de Pietate, concedatur eis prout petunt quod illa priorissa que constituetur nunc et de cetero per dictam scholam debeat confirmari per dominum ducem et successores suos si ei videbitur sufficiens." This decision of the Great Council which transferred the administration of the Pieta to the women of Umilta was copied on fol.