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lotto

1. a children's game in which numbered discs, counters, etc., are drawn at random and called out, while the players cover the corresponding numbers on cards, the winner being the first to cover all the numbers, a particular row, etc.
2. a lottery
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It's not just temperatures that are rising this summer - with two opportunities every week to win a whole 'Lotto' cash, it could very soon be your bank balance too.
The Lotto Extra numbers are 12, 16, 22, 23, 33, 37.
She started with Lotto's 1522 painting "Saint Catherine" (see cover).
The man, in his 20s, shared the EUR1.3 million Lotto jackpot with a Galway winner.
Visitors to Vernons' web site at http://www.vernons.co.uk can now enter the GB Lotto draw to win up to GBP1m per week.
In 1525, before leaving Bergamo for Venice, Lotto signed and dated a series of frescos situated in a small chapel belonging to a religious confraternity that had its seat in a building adjacent to the church of San Michele al Pozzo Bianco.
Lotto Hotpicks offers players the chance to win big prizes by picking and matching fewer numbers.
In the context of the show at the Grand Palais, Lotto's suavely painted pictures looked at once typical of Venetian paintings of the period and, well, a little peculiar.
The event was well attended by the Board Members, management and staff of the NLA, the Board and management of VAG, lotto marketing companies, private lotto operators, lotto forecasters, veterans and host of other important dignitaries.
Duterte to bring back the Lotto because of its "transparent and clean" nature, and it is the most profitable game of the agency.
'Balik Taya': Lotto games resume Wednesday after Palace lifts suspension !-- -- (Philstar.com) - July 31, 2019 - 10:50am MANILA, Philippines Lotto games will resume Wednesday the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office announced the morning after the Office of the President announced Tuesday night that the "suspension" of lotto had been lifted.