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dook

1. verb, slang To defecate What, are you dooking in there? Come on, let's go!
2. noun, slang Feces. What, are you taking a dook in there? Come on, let's go!

dukes

1. n. the fists. Okay, brother, put your dukes up.
2. n. the knees. He went down on his dukes and prayed for all sorts of good stuff.
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3) Daisy Duke (Jessica Simpson) works her charms on Deputy Enos Strate (Michael Weston) in ``The Dukes of Hazzard.
Pictures presents, in association with Village Roadshow Pictures, a Bill Gerber Production, The Dukes of Hazzard starring JOHNNY KNOXVILLE, SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT and JESSICA SIMPSON.
Nelson was chosen from more than 1,900 candidates throughout the country who applied for the ultimate fantasy job: being paid $100,000 for one year to stay home and watch THE DUKES OF HAZZARD on CMT and maybe take The General Lee for a spin now and then.
The Dukes world, the way fans want it: Players explore a virtual Hazzard County full of stunts, races, chases and adventures all tied together by a new story.
Dukes World: The game captures all the joyriding thrills and
NASDAQ: GTIS) this week is shipping more than 500,000 units of its new Duke Nukem 64 worldwide for play on Nintendo's N64 system.
Duke is merely the latest in a long line of politicians who counted on dragging the worst out of voters.
Leica Geosystems came to us with very specific location and building design requirements to consolidate its Atlanta operations into one national headquarters facility," said Kerry Armstrong, Senior Vice President of Duke Realty Corporation's Atlanta Office Group.
This acquisition, and the exciting opportunity to create high-quality retail and workplace environments, is an example of Duke Realty's commitment to the South Florida market," said Mark Levy, Duke Realty Corporation's Vice President of Development and Leasing for South Florida.
Duke Realty acquired the undeveloped land along with Centre Pointe's three other buildings totalling 360,000 square feet in July 2004.
We searched the market extensively and at the end of the day felt that Duke Realty's flexibility to accommodate KnowledgeStorm's growth requirements, their level of service and market presence best suited the needs of our client," said Bill Leonard, President of Wm.
We were attracted to Haywood Oaks because of the quality of the facility and Duke Realty's ability to fulfill our space needs now and in the future," said Tim Sturgis, FCG Director of HDDT Operations.