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Synonyms for ace

Synonyms for ace

Synonyms for ace

the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number

one of four playing cards in a deck having a single pip on its face

someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field

proteolytic enzyme that converts angiotensin I into angiotensin II

a serve that the receiver is unable to reach

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score an ace against

play (a hole) in one stroke

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serve an ace against (someone)

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From depression, alcohol and drug problems to obesity, cardiovascular disease, respiratory problems and cancer, ACEs are in the frame.
West Chicago: The Hawks won 25-21, 25-17 behind Madison Hankins (13 assists, 8 digs, 4 kills), Samantha Martino (8 digs, 4 aces), Dakota Johnson (7 assists, 3 digs, 3 kills), and Isabella Diaz (4 kills).
Valspar's manufacture and sale of Ace's existing portfolio will begin immediately, and the two will work over the next year to enhance the paint departments in individual stores.
Federer has met Gonzalez nine times and served more aces than than the big-hitting baseliner in eight of their nine previous meetings.
Other unusual, interesting chapters include discussions of aces in other air forces flying American-built aircraft, such as the Chinese in P-26s and P-43s.
Meanwhile, Summa has combined AviancaPlus and Aces' Premium Pass into a single frequent flier program.
Neuqua Valley -- Borghesi (4 kills, 1 assist, 1 ace, 1 dig); Grove (19 kills, 1 assist, 3 aces, 3 digs); McGladdery (1 kill); Schlegel (14 assists, 1 ace, 2 digs); Kauling (6 kills, 16 assists, 1 ace, 3 digs); Cardenas (2 kills); Comas (1 assist, 11 digs); Coyne (2 kills); Gentry (2 kills).
This would suggest that any player serving more than nine aces per match (the mean plus one standard deviation equals 9.02) should be considered a very good producer of aces.
Avianca, its domestic-service subsidiary SAM and Aces posted combined estimated losses of at least US$70 million in 2001.
Serving -- Lib: Cook (4 aces), Villanueva (3 aces); Attacking -- Lib: Stevens (9 kills), Hawinson (8 kills), Cook (8 kills); Setting -- Lib: Schaffnit (23 assists); Digs -- Lib: Winiger 6, Stevens 3, Hawkinson 3, Stortz 3; Blocks -- Lib: Demaree 3, Hawinson 3.
The new ACES MBS used a senior/subordinate structure.
Serving -- Stev: Bian 7 aces, Sorenson 5 aces, Lie 3 aces, Yerokhin 2 aces, Finn 2 aces, Kay 1 ace; Mund: Miritello 4 aces, Carrillo 3 aces, Nazario 2 aces, Arebalo 1 ace, Morales 1 ace; Attacking -- Stev: Chen 17 kills, Meng 12 kills, Cliffer 11 kills, Finn 6 kills, Ross 4 kills, Prindiville 2 kills, Gorokhovsky 2 kills; Mund: Nazario 14 kills, Rey 12 kills, Morales 8 kills, Carrillo 6 kills, Miritello 5 kills, Vander Ploeg 3 kills, Arebalo 1 kills; Setting -- Stev: Sorenson 40 assists, kay 9 assists; Mund: Miritello 37 assists, Carrillo 3 assists, Nazario 1 assist, Guzman 1 assist; Digs -- Stev: Lie 17, Bian 12, Sorenson 10, Finn 10, Chen 8, Yerokhin 4, Angelos 3, Cliffer 2, Ross 2, Meng 1; Blocks -- Mund: Rey 10, Vander Ploeg 2, Carrillo 2, Miritello 1.
Gloster Gladiator Aces. Osprey (UK), distributed in the U.S.