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Deal can refer to:

  • a situation, as in "what's the deal with the Johnson account ?".
  • a problem, as in "what's your deal ?".
  • a Deal, or File, an opportunity to complete a real estate transaction, or Close a Deal
  • Deal, a family name taken from Deal, Kent England. The last name was adopted after former slaves who did not hold a name adopted the name of the town in which they resided.
  • while playing card games, the act of distributing the cards from the deck to the players of the game

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Deal, Kent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2545 words)
Deal Barracks has become known over its long history as the Royal Marine School of Music, the barracks at Walmer consisting of the North, East and South (or Cavalry) barracks, and all were constructed shortly after the outbreak of the French revolution.
On the evening of March 26, 1996, the Deal populous were privy to a special ceremony, the 'beating of the retreat', coming from the South barracks, as the Marines were commanded to vacate their ancient Kent depot and move to new quarters at Portsmouth.
Deal's last lifeboat, stationed at the RNLI boathouse on Walmer Green, was the Hampshire Rose.
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