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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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23, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pete Rose, baseball's all-time hits leader, is the new spokesperson for the topical muscle, joint and arthritis pain reliever Myoflex, Ducere Pharma has announced.
A Distinguished Fellow with the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution in Washington, Ms Gillard is also Chancellor of Ducere, Australia's foremost provider of business and management courses.
Created by Ducere Technologies in India, they are aimed at the fitness market, but every pair sold will help subsidise products for people with sight loss.
The insole is the "perfect companion for the white cane," says Krispian Lawrence, Ducere Technologies CEO and Lechal co-inventor.
They are the brainchild of 30-year-old Krispian Lawrence and Anirudh Sharma, 28, two engineering graduates who founded their tech start-up Ducere in a small apartment in 2011 with backing from angel investors and now employ 50 people.
Washington, July 30 ( ANI ): Indian tech firm Ducere Technologies has created 'Lechas shoes' which would be synced with Google Maps to give directions to the user by vibrating the left or the right shoe.
A tradicao e ducativa no sentido de "conducao fora de", do latim e ducere, nos faz sair da postura do crente servil substituindo-a por um metaconhecimento.
The root word of education is educare (latin), meaning "bring up," which is related to educere "bring out, bring forth what is within, bring out potential," and ducere, "to lead.
The word education is derived from the Latin word educare (lead out; draw up; bring up), which in turn is derived from the Latin word ducere (to lead; command; think), which in turn is derived from the Proto Indo European root deuk (to lead).
Significantly the word "introduction" is derived from the active infinitive ducere and not the passive infinitive duci.
The persuaded parties include the following: tigers, forests and streams (tu potes tigres comitesque silvas / ducere et rivos celeres morari, 13-14).