duce duce  /ˈdus/


  • (n) leader


  • Il Duce planned last week that some 200,000 white Italian troops and workmen will be offered inducements to settle permanently in Ethiopia as pioneers and bring out their .


  • Ironmen split with Nats

    Bisbee Ironmen’s Tagg Duce, # 25, slides safely into second base during Friday’s game against the Tucson Centerfield Nationals at Warren Ballpark. (Beatrice Richardson • Herald/Review) BISBEE   — On the first night of the monsoon season, the Bisbee Ironmen unleashed the full capability of their arsenal, and defeated the Tucson Centerfield Nationals in the opener of a Friday night doubleheader 6 ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Sierra Vista Herald

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  1. "We're very fortunate to have a couple of good running backs," said Eagles head coach Andy Reid. "It's not all one guy. They mixed it up pretty well between the three of them this season. Buck [Correll Buckhalter] and Duce [Staley], I have...
    on Nov 11, 2003 By: Andy Reid Source: WDIV

  2. "He has a lot of respect for Duce, and Duce does for Jerome," Cowher said. "I think it is a healthy situation, and hopefully we will be able to give them both the ball."
    on Sep 8, 2004 By: Bill Cowher Source: Boston Globe

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