from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of ducat.
- n. A corruption of dowcote, variant of dovecote.
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ZARRELLA: The fact is no one anticipated that a ticket to see a 14-year-old might end up the most coveted concert ducket ever.
The ducket of gold is worth 9 tangas and a halfe good money, and yet not stable in price, for that when the ships depart from Goa to
Opium, and there I bought 60. percels of Opium, which cost me two thousand and a hundreth duckets, euery ducket at foure shillings two pence.
And karsies sold commonly for ready money in Aleppo, at 11. and 12. duckets the piece, (the ducket being here woorth 12. shillings) may cost the first peny 132. and 144.
In which of the following scenarios can the company hire more employees (each employee costs 1 ducket per month).
They signed ducket and jones, then drafted 2 more backs.
137: No, not so much as a ducket for deliuering your letter:
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