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Players, the

acting troupe employed by Hamlet. [Br. Drama: Shakespeare Hamlet]
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Group A: Sohan Club, Kiran Club, Gilgit-Baltistan Club, Youth Power Club; Group B: Bolan Club, Friends Club, Zeeshan Club, PTCL Youth Club, PEF Chaser Club; Group C: Millat Club, United Club, Capital Youth Club, Haidry Club; Group D: Tramri Club, Model Tow Club, Royal Players Club, Jinnah Club and Elite Club.
INClub" members will earn valuable points and prizes such as concert tickets and food and beverage offers by using their "INClub" players club card whenever they play slot machines, video lottery terminals (VLTs), table games, poker or bet on horse racing.
To commemorate the end of another successful year, Madison Equities wrapped up 2008 with a holiday party at The Players Club.
Confirmed tournaments bring returns to Bovey Castle in Devon, Stoke-by-Nayland in Essex, The Players Club in Bristol and Whittlebury Park in Northampton shire.
The tony Players Club in New York City challenges the city's smoking ban on First Amendment grounds--as a violation of "expressive association.
Cold Stone Creamery reports that it is has been named the official ice cream of the Phoenix Open golf tournament, which is being held the week of January 22-28 at the Tournament Players Club in suburban Scottsdale, which also happens to be where the ice cream marketer is headquartered.
For The Players Club, Mel invites Trevor to a family party in Leeds, where she talks frankly about her life as a Spice Girl and the deterioration of her marriage.
Ice Cube continues his evolution from hard-core rapper to multihyphenate filmmaker with "The Players Club," a messy but lively B movie that recalls the more spirited comedy-dramas of the '70s blaxploitation era.
One day in February, 1896, the artist Edward Simmons found Stanford sitting in The Players Club all by himself in a puzzled, confused state.
Several designers point to the lush Tournament Players Club in Jacksonville, Florida, as an example of what is sometimes done in the name of perfection.