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decuman

(ˈdɛkjuːmən)
n
(Physical Geography) a huge wave
adj
1. (Physical Geography) huge or gigantic
2. (in ancient Rome) of or relating to the main access to a military camp
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Vandecasteele E, De Pauw M, De Keyser F Decuman S, Deschepper E, Piette Y, et al.
Ruaro B, Smith V, Sulli A, Decuman S, Pizzorni C, et al.
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The use of the term "decuman" also raised a question, though later on in the same paragraph it was explained that the term refers to the two main Roman streets that made up every city plan: the decuman (east-west) and the cardinal or card (north-south).
8 artifacts referred to as "Service Areas with basement (slats ASV)" (each consisting of a basement, subject only to completion - by contractor - of finishes, mechanical, electrical, and special lifting, and two floors - on which the short side, towards the Decuman, there are waterfalls - subject to full realization by the contractor);
DeCuman - Charles DeCuman, 92, of Eugene, died July 28.
Survivors include three daughters, Molly Remlinger of Eugene, Norma DeCuman of Stayton and Margaret Himoff of Brandt Lake, N.
I'm not at all convinced that all of these accusations are legitimate," said Chuck deCuman, a longtime member at St.
Huskies fan Troy Fulmore of Seattle and Ducks fan Mary Decuman of Eugene share a laugh at a party before the Oregon-Washington football game on Saturday.