full house


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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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Full House Resorts owns, develops and operates gaming facilities throughout the country.
In connection with this acquisition, Full House Resorts made a USD2.
Further information about Full House Resorts can be viewed on its website at www.
Macquarie Capital consulted Full House on the financial aspects of the acquisition.
TO WIN a full house pounds 1,000 prize, all 15 numbers on either GAME 13 grid must be correctly crossed off with Daily Mirror numbers.
Then, using the rest of the numbers below, play Full House Game A for pounds 14,500 - that's a prize of pounds 1000 plus pounds 13,500 if you also win the Sunday Snowball.
All the numbers are for Game 15 only and you will win today's pounds 500 prize if you correctly complete a Full House on the earliest number printed in order.
The full House is to begin debating Clinton's impeachment and removal from office Thursday at 10 a.
And to win the pounds 2,500 Full House you use all the numbers printed here.
In addition, Full House owns Stockman's Casino in Fallon, Nevada which has 8,400 square feet of gaming space with approximately 260 gaming machines, four table games and a keno game.
All the numbers are for Game 14 only and you will win today's pounds 500 prize if you correctly complete a Full House on the earliest number printed in order.
And in a crucial move, Republican leaders then announced they would block a vote on a milder censure alternative, leaving President Clinton in a precarious position with an impeachment vote by the full House just days away.