dux

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dux

(dʌks)
n
(Education) (in Scottish and certain other schools) the top pupil in a class or school
[Latin: leader]
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Flushed with success, the Camels set off for Collingbourne Ducis looking for a repeat.
27) Stanislaw Solicki, "'Historia ducis Henrici'--odnalezione zrodlo legendy tatarskiej z baumgartenowskiej edycji 'Zywota sw.
RUIZ VILA, Hacia una edicion critica del Liber de officio et munere ducis, capitanei et castellani (1465-1467) de Rodrigo Sanchez de Arevalo.
Ducis, for example, knew no English and depended on other French translations of Shakespeare's plays like Pierre de la Place's Hamlet.
22) En su pie de imprenta aparece: Florentiae: ex Regia Typographia Magni Ducis Etruriae, per Io.
10) French Neoclassical poets such as Jean-Francois Ducis and Jean Louis Baptiste Gresset (the latter an important influence on Pushkin) emphasized an idyllic image of the poet at home in their work.
Para demostrarlo, utiliza dos ejemplos: el de Jean-Frangois Ducis y el de Henry Irving.
And it is worth visiting villages like Newton Tony and Collingbourne Ducis.
Famam splendidiorem Emathii ducis Los funerales reales en honor de Poro Pori reddiderint regia funera Dieron brillante fama al general Alejandro.
Ya en otro lugar este mismo autor se habia referido al estreno del Hamleto de 1772, la version neoclasica de Ducis.
Now a paid employee at his in-form yard at Collingbourne Ducis, near Marlborough, Harris (below) holds a temporary licence until March 31, but having successfully appealed against the BHA decision not to grant him 12-month accreditation, is due to reappear before the licensing committee later this month.