Duncan

[n] - United States dancer and pioneer of modern dance (1878-1927)
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Duncan

Isadora Duncan noun United States dancer and pioneer of modern dance (1878-1927)
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Duncan

[fictional locomotive] ==Summary== ...
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Duncan

[given name] Duncan is a given name. It is an Anglicised form of the Gaelic Donnchadh. The final letter n in the Anglicised Duncan seems to be a result of confusion in the Latin form of the name—Duncanus—with the Gaelic word ceann, meaning `head`. One opinion is that the Gaelic Donnchadh is composed of the elements donn, meaning `dark o...
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Duncan

[horse] Duncan is a thoroughbred racehorse. He won the Irish St. Leger at the Curragh Racecourse in a dead heat with Jukebox Jury. ...
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Duncan

[mango] The Duncan mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in south Florida and was later patented. == History == The original tree was grown from a seed planted in 1956 by David Sturrock of West Palm Beach, Florida. Sturrock had written in 1969 that it had been a cross of Edward and Pico, but a 2005 pedigree analysis indicated that...
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Duncan

city, seat (1907) of Stephens county, south-central Oklahoma, U.S. Once a cow town on the Chisholm Trail, it was founded officially in 1892, when the ...
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Duncan

Duncan is a Celtic name for boys. The meaning is `dark warrior` The name Duncan is most commonly given to Scottish boys. (8 times more often than to American boys.)
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Duncan

Duncan is King of Scotland in Macbeth.
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Duncan

Duncan was the codename of Francesco Constantini, the first Soviet agent to penetrate the British foreign service. He worked as an Italian messenger at the British embassy in Rome, and was recruited in 1924 by the OGPU to pass diplomatic secrets to which he had access to the Soviets. By 1928 it was apparent that agent
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Duncan

Duncan, city (1990 pop. 21,732), seat of Stephens co., SW Okla., in an oil, farm, and cattle area; inc. 1892. There is an oil industry, and electronics, concrete, and apparel are manufactured. During the late 19th cent., Duncan was a stopping-off place for cattle drivers bringing their herds from Te...
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Duncan

HMS Duncan was a British Admiralty Type destroyer of 1400 tons displacement built at the Portsmouth dockyards and launched in 1932. HMS Duncan was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in two quadruple mountings. She was powered by Admiralty 3-drum type oil boilers providing a top speed of 35.75 kn...
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Duncan

Surname of boys afflicted with what is now known as Duncan's disease. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Duncan

Type: Term Pronunciation: dŭn′kăn Definitions: 1. James M., Scottish gynecologist, 1826-1890. See: Duncan folds, under fold, Duncan mechanism, Duncan placenta, Duncan ventricle
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