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a small cube with 1 to 6 spots on the six faces

cut into cubes

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play dice

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But Roger Vincent, from the Royal Society for the Protection of Accidents, said last night: 'Anybody who does this is dicing with death.
ONE person in five is dicing with death and breaking the law by not wearing a seatbelt, according to a survey by motoring magazine What Car?
But by prescribing these pills to ourselves, we are almost certainly dicing with death.
Drugs workers in Northumberland have issued a warning that users are dicing with death by mixing rogue tranquillisers with other drugs and alcohol.
If you ignore the nuisance value to our customers, the individuals who did this were quite literally dicing with death.
YOUTHS are dicing with death as they throw stones off bridges over busy roads in Newcastle.
DRIVERS are dicing with death by ignoring roadworks warning signs.
You're dicing with death if you take the car out so I had to walk to Loftus for supplies.
Gangs of youths are plaguing the local leisure centre and literally dicing with death by attempting to ignite similar containers.
She called on all beauty salons and gyms to pull the plug on sunbeds, warning that those looking for an all-over glow were dicing with death.
He hinted about his hair-raising exploits in the Secret Service, of dicing with death on the motor-racing circuits of the world.
The East Belfast PUP councillor added: "These children are dicing with death.
80s 1987 Daredevil divers who are trying out a spectacular stunt in a Tyneside beauty spot were warned they were dicing with death.
They also warned that criminals like him were dicing with death.
The incident in Halesowen was one of three in the space of a few hours over the weekend which involved people dicing with death in freezing water.