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DUCAT. The name of a foreign coin. The ducat of Naples shall be estimated in the computations of customs, at eighteen cents. Act of May 22, 1846.

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Ducat was a true sporting professional and tragically died at the crease doing what he loved best, after a remarkable career that boasted international caps in both football AND cricket.
Ducat worked for Bank of Scotland for almost five years at the branch at Murraygate in Dundee city centre.
2 days between appearances on somebody's lucky ducat, reports the New York Post.
Cramlington fire station watch manager Craig Ducat added: "In the morning and at home time, the streets around our schools can become chaotic with a lot of double parking.
Finnish real estate investor Sponda Plc (OMX Helsinki: SDA1V) said on Tuesday (8 July) that it has purchased the Ducat II office property located in the centre of Moscow for USD185m from LR Ducat Holding AB.
Ducat, who was previously identified in media reports by his nickname ''Jun,'' had written on a sheet of paper taped to the bus windshield that 32 children were with him and that he was armed with two grenades, an Uzi assault rifle and a .
Clutching dolls, toys and backpacks, the children began filing off the bus shortly after 7pm yesterday as Jun Ducat had promised in a rambling message via a loudspeaker hours earlier.
Jun Ducat and at least one other man taped paper to the windscreen saying they were armed with two grenades, an Uzi assault rifle and a .
It is termed small money changing because the money changer in return for a gold ducat gives the usual money that is current in that country; or, vice versa by giving something less than what he receives.
Liggett-Ducat's brands include LD, Troika, Ducat and Novost and the combination of the businesses enabled the enlarged group to realise cost savings and benefit from the development of Gallaher's existing Russian brands, Sovereign and Sobranie, further strengthening the company's presence in Russia.
GVA Worldwide announced that law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flora LLP has signed a lease at the brand-new office tower Ducat Place III, located at In 6 Gasheka Street in downtown Moscow.