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Four Aces

Four Aces may refer to. [1]

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Aces Four

Aces Four, foaled on March 30, 1999 in Ireland, is an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse, born to sire, Fourstars Allstar and dam, Special Trix.

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David Bruce (bridge)

David Burnstine (May 5 1900 – August 26, 1965) was a leading tournament contract bridge player of the 1930s.

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Four Aces (passenger liners)

The 4 Aces is the quartet of passenger-cargo liners Excalibur, Exochorda, Exeter, and Excambion, originally built for American Export Lines by New York Shipbuilding of Camden, New Jersey between 1929 and 1931.

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Four Aces (Wild Cards)

The Four Aces (or The Exotics for Democracy) are a fictional team of superheroes, appearing in the Wild Cards anthology series, first appearing in the story "Witness" by Walter Jon Williams in the first book of the series, Wild Cards.

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List of casinos in South Dakota

* Casinos South Dakota.

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The Four Aces

The Four Aces is an American male traditional pop music quartet, popular since the 1950s.

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The Four Aces Club

The Four Aces Club was a pioneering music and recreational space in Dalston, London, that in the 1960s and '70s was one of the first venues to play black music in Britain, being credited with a significant "role in the evolution of reggae into dance music, from ska, to rocksteady, to dub, to lovers, to dancehall and the evolution of jungle." A host of notable Afro-Caribbean musicians appeared at the Four Aces – often referred to as "the jewel in Dalston's crown" – as well as soul and R&B artists, its clientele over the years including stars such as Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder and Jimmy Cliff.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Aces

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