ace of spades


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Noun1.ace of spades - the ace in the spade suitace of spades - the ace in the spade suit; sometimes taken as a portent of death
ace - one of four playing cards in a deck having a single pip on its face
Translations
as de picos
spader ess
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He played on the first six Motorhead albums, including Overkill, Bomber and Ace of Spades, and went on to form Fastway with UFO bassist Peter Way.
A witness revealed that Jay-Z's Ace of Spades champagne and specially crafted cocktails were available for the guests.
After being re-designated the First Air Squadron in 1921, the unit adopted the legendary Ace of Spades insignia.
His girlfriend Cheryl Keuleman and Motorhead's longtime manager Todd Singerman were among those to pay tribute to the Ace of Spades singer.
Ace of spades wins on heavy clay soil 6 I'm having difficulty digging over my garden.
Taylor, from Chesterfield, played on all of the group's major albums, including Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades, and live recording No Sleep 'til Hammersmith.
One of my favourite dark patterns is the Ace of Spades, tied in the style of New Zealand's Matuka flies.
Meanwhile, a campaign to send Motorhead's Ace of Spades into the Top 40 following the death of lead singer Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister fell short.
As hip hop continues to shape contemporary mainstream culture, a big ups in order for Adante Ace of Ace of Spades Entertainment, who's undertaking to infuse real hip hop into the NYC party scene, fosters continued awareness and connection between party goers - and the originators of the music genre.
Motorhead also celebrate their own chart achievement as they reach an all-time peak with signature song Ace of Spades in 13th place, two ahead of its position when released in 1980.
Ace of spades Next, using the spade as a lever, gently lift the plant with roots still attached out of the ground.