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dice

A regional slang term for crack cocaine.

DICE

Abbreviation for:
Disseminating Information on Clinical Effectiveness
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Earlier, Whitty told the court that he Power, 25, and Dicey, 40, travelled to Hinckley the day after Hayley's murder to recover the stolen Golf used to drive those involved from Coventry to Hinckley.
The author then reconsiders the views of both Dicey and Rand and argues that both advanced the idea of legality as reason.
Public law discussion of this issue must, of course, begin with Dicey.
On Friday morning it got so cold that even the undersoil was struggling and the pitch was a wee bit dicey so we went inside.
Freshman Lauren Cook had 43 assists and 14 digs, junior Dicey McGraw added 17 kills and 12 digs and senior Kaitlin Sather had 12 kills and 12 digs for UCLA (6-1), which earned its fourth straight win.
If the person in the next cubicle is showing signs of irritability that may be getting dangerously close to anger, Tom Musbach, managing editor of Yahoo HotJobs, offers some suggestions to defuse a dicey employee-relations situation: don't take it personally; let the person vent rather than stew over them; use an excuse to get yourself out of the situation.
Was its provocative subject matter too dicey for Los Angeles' foremost arbiters of liberal thinking?
There are drugs, seedy characters, and dicey situations--seems pretty relevant to many urban teens.
The game, which can handle up to 64 players in a computer network, focuses on interpersonal communication, negotiation and rapport training for soldiers who are expected to be under considerable stress when dealing with tribal leaders in dicey situations.
How's this for a slogan to attract tourists to Wales: "Our weather maybe be a bit dicey, but we don't have rats the size of cats.
But they did, and so did Tony Martin, who brought two members of his County Meath squad and left with a first winner at the track after Dicey Dancer got up in the final stride of the amateur riders' handicap hurdle under Jack Doyle.
day now, or if she was just a shrew who thought affection a dicey,