ace of clubs

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Noun1.ace of clubs - the ace in the club suitace of clubs - the ace in the club suit    
ace - one of four playing cards in a deck having a single pip on its face
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"Well, we have time; look." Monte Cristo took the pistols he held in his hand when Mercedes entered, and fixing an ace of clubs against the iron plate, with four shots he successively shot off the four sides of the club.
ACE OF CLUBS: Li Haotong may be world number 39, but he reckons he benefited from partnering Tiger Woods at Augusta
"Suppose we decide to travel the red, green and yellow lines and choose to start at the ace of clubs. We could go red to the two of hearts, green to the two of spades and, finally, end on the ace of hearts by traveling yellow." After the subject understands the wheel, he is shown the four colored cards with the aces and deuces on them.
Uday, who commanded the Fedayeen militia, was ranked "ace of hearts" in the US army's pack of cards of 55 most wanted Iraqis, while Qusay was "ace of clubs".
Meanwhile on Sunday, Ace Of Clubs go down the old skool route with dance music originals N-Joi at Lafayette.
Snetterton is the next stop this weekend for the Ace of Clubs meeting - Leonard's first competitive outing of the year - and the team are hoping to carry on with the progress they have made.
The Cheat with the Ace of Clubs will appeal to the middle-scholar's sense of justice and interest in socially charged situations.
ACE OF CLUBS Barry Robson was at Inverness (top left) then played for Dundee Utd, Celtic, Middlesbrough, Vancouver Whitecaps and Sheffield Utd
The three colour hologram is a 3 cm diameter disc of Strongberg Universal's ace of clubs logo.
ACE OF CLUBS: Ross Marshall tees off with a club from what may be the world''s most expensive golfing set SIGNATURE CLUBS: The golf clubs signed by famous names which toured Mersey clubs on the way to Royal Lytham for the Open