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  • 1 distribute — distribute, dispense, divide, deal, dole are comparable when they mean to give out, usually in shares, to each member of a group. Distribute implies either an apportioning among many by separation of something into parts, units, or amounts, and… …

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  • 2 Carlton Cards — Limited is the Canadian branch of American Greetings. Their lines of cards include Carlton, Gibson and Tender Thoughts. They also distribute the American Greetings line of cards in Canada. This is not to be confused with Carlton Cards Retail, Inc …

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  • 3 Glossary of poker terms — The following is a glossary of poker terms used in the card game of poker. It supplements the Glossary of card terms. Besides the terms listed here, there are thousands of common and uncommon poker slang terms. This is not intended to be a formal …

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  • 4 Chaotic Trading Card Game — For the Chaotic franchise, see Chaotic. Chaotic Trading Card Game Enter The Code Designer(s) Martin Rauff, Sam Murakami, To Be Continued LLC (originally by Dracco Company Ltd.[1]) Illustrator(s) Khary Randolph …

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  • 5 deal — deal1 verb (past and past participle dealt) 1》 distribute (cards) to players for a game or round.     ↘(deal someone in) include a new player in a card game. 2》 (deal something out) distribute or apportion something. 3》 take part in commercial… …

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  • 6 deal — I. n. 1. Quantity, degree, extent. 2. Distribution (of cards). 3. Pine plank. II. v. a. Distribute, give, bestow, dispense, apportion, allot, divide, share, deal out, dole out, mete out. III. v. n. 1. Traffic, trade …

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  • 7 deal — Ⅰ. deal [1] ► VERB (past and past part. dealt) 1) distribute (cards) to players for a game or round. 2) (deal out) distribute or apportion. 3) take part in commercial trading of a commodity. 4) informal buy and sell illegal drugs …

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  • 8 deal — 1. v. & n. v. (past and past part. dealt) 1 intr. (foll. by with) a take measures concerning (a problem, person, etc.), esp. in order to put something right. b do business with; associate with. c discuss or treat (a subject). d (often foll. by… …

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  • 9 misdeal — mis deal || ‚mɪs dɪːl n. improper distribution of the cards in a game of cards v. improperly distribute cards in a card game, deal wrong …

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  • 10 misdealing — mis deal || ‚mɪs dɪːl n. improper distribution of the cards in a game of cards v. improperly distribute cards in a card game, deal wrong …

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  • 11 misdeals — mis deal || ‚mɪs dɪːl n. improper distribution of the cards in a game of cards v. improperly distribute cards in a card game, deal wrong …

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  • 12 misdealt — mis deal || ‚mɪs dɪːl n. improper distribution of the cards in a game of cards v. improperly distribute cards in a card game, deal wrong …

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  • 13 deal — {{11}}deal (n.1) from O.E. dæl part, share, quantity, amount, and its verbal derivative dælan to divide, distribute, separate, share, from P.Gmc. *dailaz (Cf. O.N. deild, O.Fris. del, Du. deel, O.H.G., Ger. teil, Goth. dails part, share ), from… …

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  • 14 Deal — 1) Distribute cards to the players; the turn to deal 2) The complete period from one hand to the next, including the scoring 3) The cards dealt to the players respectively; a layout of the hands of all players …

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  • 15 Brighton Rock (novel) — Brighton Rock is a novel by Graham Greene, published in 1938, and later made into a 1947 film of the same name. The novel is a murder thriller set in 1930s Brighton.Plot summaryFred Hale comes to Brighton on assignment to anonymously distribute… …

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  • 16 Harold St. Maur — Richard Harold St. Maur (1869 ndash; 5 April 1927) JP DL was claimant to the Dukedom of Somerset, and briefly the Liberal MP for Exeter, being unseated on petition by a single vote.Early lifeHarold St Maur was born in Brighton in 1869, The… …

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  • 17 History of Nintendo — Nintendo Company, Limited, a Japanese multinational corporation was originally founded to produce handmade hanafuda cards. It eventually became one of the most prominent figures in today s video game industry.OriginNintendo started as a small… …

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  • 18 Royalties — Not to be confused with Royal family. Royalty cheque. Royalties (sometimes, running royalties, or private sector taxes) are usage based payments made by one party (the licensee ) to another (the licensor ) for the right to ongoing use of an asset …

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  • 19 Baseball card — A baseball card is a type of trading card relating to baseball, usually printed on some type of paper stock or card stock. A card will usually feature one or more baseball players or other baseball related sports figures. Cards are most often… …

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  • 20 Business and Industry Review — ▪ 1999 Introduction Overview        Annual Average Rates of Growth of Manufacturing Output, 1980 97, Table Pattern of Output, 1994 97, Table Index Numbers of Production, Employment, and Productivity in Manufacturing Industries, Table (For Annual… …

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