Irish sweepstakes

Irish sweepstakes

only lucky people win this famous lottery. [Irish Hist.: NCE, 1614]
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Even in the Irish Sweepstakes and Budweiser eras, the Irish Derby had the occasional undistinguished winner and great champions, by definition, come on the scene only once in a while.
Before retiring at 65, Ross spent 30 years working as an administrator with Irish Sweepstakes.
His uncle Alejandro went to sea as a cook in 1939 out of San Pedro and bought two tickets in the Irish Sweepstakes while on leave in Gibraltar.
Entries for the Delta Express/Delta Shuttle Luck of the Irish sweepstakes will be accepted from now until 17 March 2002.
Customers can enter the Luck of the Irish sweepstakes on flydlx.
As a married man, I find the very concept of a truly "innocent" spouse slightly less probable than my winning the Irish sweepstakes.
Behe continues: "Now, if the Irish Sweepstakes had odds of winning of one-tenth to the eighteenth power, and if a million peopl e played the lottery each year, it would take an average of about a thousand billion years before anyone (not just a particular person) won the lottery.
Moscow Express made an impressive chasing debut at Cork last weekend but reverts to hurdling, under top-weight, in the pounds 10,000 New York Irish Sweepstakes Handicap Hurdle.
Throw in a few million more for illegal bookie action and an estimate for what Manitobans invest in the Irish Sweepstakes and other foreign pools and you get a very impressive sum.
Announces the Launch of its New Corporate Internet Web Site - The Hibernia-Sponsored Entenmann's 2000 and Entenmann's 1000 Guineas Classic Horse Races to be the First Ever Irish Sweepstakes Broadcast World Wide Through Hibernia's New Web Site

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