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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Dux was born in China and moved to America for foreign exchange studies.
Catherine Fletcher was educated at the high school school from 1986 and was Dux in 1991.
The partnership pairs the comfort and luxury of DUX products with the superior service Etihad is known for.
Callen Love: Dux of the school and awarded academic prizes in business management, drama, history and the McQueen Shield for music.
Proxime Accessit - A Level Programme (Runner-up to Dux Scholarum): Ingrid Bahnemann.
The spokesperson stated, "Dux Tuition provides excellent study material, and we employ the best tutors in Sydney who are skilled and enthusiastic to impart their knowledge and experience to their students.
To maximize DUX, you have to consider what your donors see when they look through their inboxes, when they first open the email and after they click the "donate" link.
Liz Dux, abuse lawyer at Slater and Gordon, who represents six of Lord Janner's alleged victims, said: "This is devastating news for my clients.
Liz Dux, who represents the alleged victims, said: "This is devastating news for my clients.
Robby is accompanied by 'Dux Astroman', an early classic plastic batteryoperated remote control robot made in West Germany in about 1960, that also walks, bends over, opens and closes its arms, while its chest and head glow in the dark (estimate PS400-PS600).