Definitions for "dice"
Keywords:  cube, backgammon, craps, pips, chop
Small cubes used in gaming or in determining by chance; also, the game played with dice. See Die, n.
To play games with dice.
To cut into small cubes; as, to slice and dice carrots.
Dice (2001) is a six-part Canada/UK co-produced drama television mini-series. It was directed by Rachel Talalay and written by A. L. Kennedy and John Burnside.
Keywords:  sedan, cruiser, yacht, trojan
a Trojan Yacht Sedan Cruiser
(a) GM emergency aid used to protect him or her from responsibility for what s(he) just did to the players. (b) The Equaliser. (c). A means of keeping the munchies happy. (d). Ancient artefacts found under lounges.
The Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.
Backgammon dices have numbers from 1 to 6 and they usually have a special shape in order to roll more easily. Players have to throw both dices in order to move their checkers. You move your checkers according to the number shown by the dices.
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Multi sided small objects which are marked in some way on each face, usually with numbers in a range say, 1-6. When rolled the dice fall with one surface uppermost denoting a score.
the plural of die.
For 2000 years or more dice have been used as a divinatory tool. Set values were given to the points on each die. The user would ask a question, throw a couple of dice into a circle and whatever point was showing face up would be translated to give an answer.
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DAO Instrument Control Environment. This is the set of existing programs and GUI's that permit control of the telescope and instruments.
Pieces of quartz produced by sectioning quartz wafers into rectangular shapes. Dice are then further machined to produce crystal blanks.
Keywords:  yeast, dried, fast, action
Dried Fast Action Yeast