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full house

1. Poker a hand with three cards of the same value and another pair
2. a theatre, etc., filled to capacity
3. (in bingo, etc.) the set of numbers needed to win

full house

A house having rooms symmetrically located on both sides of a chimney; for example, see the illustration under full Cape house.
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US advertising agency Laughlin Constable has acquired local digital marketing specialist Fullhouse.
Rhodes added: "With a fullhouse crowd right behind West Brom and 1-0 up, we could easily have buckled under that pressure.
It's fullhouse on a Tuesday night, the crowd's chatter loud and joyful, as I approach the bar to order a bottle of Joe's Brew Fish Rider.
"I really enjoyed this evening; it was like a Test match out there, Toulon are huge boys, so a few of us will be in pieces for the next couple of days.'' Wasps' win also completed a first fullhouse of European Cup wins by the Aviva Premiership representatives since 2008.
Each song was greeted by enthusiastic applause from the fullhouse. Music industry fame is so frequently temporary, class, however, is permanent.
"When you face the champions of your league at Hampden with a fullhouse, it can't get much bigger." And he believes playing against Celtic will finally shut up his former boss Greg Abbot, who was critical of his decision to leave Carlisle and head to Leith in the summer.
Even in the event of their players not being selected for the final match-day squad the youngsters will still be guests of honour at Twickenham, with Stewart stating: "I went there for the Barbarians v South Africa game as a birthday treat and that was good, but I'm looking forward to being there with a fullhouse."
The former England international assisted James Hudson's try and scored himself at a fullhouse Stoop.
Though our football team spends 80% of its time in our base 4-3 front, we will switch to our 5-3 Stud Defense whenever we begin to see a fullhouse backfield, a lot of running, or two tight ends.
Make no mistake, the recoil of the .500 is still brutal with fullhouse 440 grain bullets at 1,675 fps, however the Herrett Jordan stocks stop the tendency of the stock to chew the hand and bounce off the palm, and perhaps even more importantly, they look a whole lot better.
If they can win in front of a near fullhouse crowd at Twickenham, they will be able to claim a full set of victories,not bad going for a side who lost to the likes of Otley and Birmingham earlier in the season.