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dice

A regional slang term for crack cocaine.

DICE

Abbreviation for:
Disseminating Information on Clinical Effectiveness
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The board will be on display in a specially constructed "Fun Zone" and DTF partner q.media events will kick off the attempt with a roll of the dice from 4pm onwards.
"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."
His topics include a roll of the dice, the jump, in the belly of the beast, captured, General Fred Mayer, the tables are turned, the surrender of Innsbruck, and the double agent.
Casualty - Last Roll Of The Dice BBC1, 9.20pm While Adam keeps waiting by Jessica's bedside, life goes on in the Emergency Department with exams approaching for the increasingly stressed F2s, as the medical drama continues.
Is it fair that some humans have, through the roll of the dice that is fate, found themselves born in impoverished countries with little to no state support, while others, no more deserving, are born in countries that offer free education, healthcare and financial support?
A pre-performance onstage roll of the dice determined the order of the choreography, the commissioned scores (by Sigur Ros and Radiohead), the decor, costumes, and lighting.
"A Roll of the Dice: Expanded Gambling in New Hampshire"--hosted by the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire and sponsored by NHBR--will feature a panel, of legislators and advocates for both sides of the issue.
Selecting a rose from a chilled florist's case, we discover that it is called "Roulette." Just the right name, to help us both celebrate and mourn, and give ourselves over, as we must, to the next roll of the dice, "to the not-yet-known."
And yet, what the future holds for her as well is as unpredictable as a roll of the dice.
roll of the dice four dots and three hundreds bounced into life the
It's clear that without the emergence of a new risk mitigation method, doing a deal nowadays is just a roll of the dice, which is why the insurance industry bowed out.
I know it's a tough world and that every roll of the dice could bring disaster given the money necessary to bring a new vehicle to market.