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Duglas

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the scene of four Arthurian battles. It is a river which falls into the Ribble. Mr. Whittaker says, “six cwt. of horse-shoes were taken up from a space of ground near the spot during the formation of a canal.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Dudgeon (The)
Dudman and Ramhead
Duds
Dudu
Duende
Duenna [Lady]
Duergar
Duessa (Double-mind or False-faith)
Dufarge
Duffer (A)
Duglas
Duke
Duke Coombe
Duke Ernest
Duke Humphrey
Duke Street (Strand)
Duke and Duchess
Duke of Exeter’s Daughter (The)
Duke or Darling
Duke’s
Duke’s Walk