"hands," 1874, now mainly in put up your dukes (phrase from 1859), probably not connected to duke (n.). Chapman ["Dictionary of American Slang"] suggests Romany dook "the hand as read in palmistry, one's fate;" but Partridge ["Slang To-day and Yesterday"] gives it a plausible, if elaborate, etymology as a contraction of Duke of Yorks, rhyming slang for forks, a Cockney term for "fingers," thus "hands."
1. She was a good friend of six British dukes.
2. But the difference between different clinical Dukes stages had significance ( P & lt; 0.01 )
统计学有意义的是临床Dukes分期 ( P & lt; 0.01 ).
3. MVD was correlated with Dukes staging ( P
MVD与 Dukes 分期及VEGF、MMP -2 的表达相关 ( P
4. The ratio of Dukes stages and sex in two groups was not different ( p & gt; 0.05 )
两组男女构成和Dukes分期无统计学差异 ( P & gt; 0.05 ).
5. The expression of HIF - 1 α correlated with invasive depth and Dukes stage of colorectal carcinoma.