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bookmaker

a person who as an occupation accepts bets, esp on horseraces, and pays out to winning betters
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Word of caution," whispered the turf accountant, leaning forward.
Husband Norman, 63, a retired turf accountant, said that it is important that relatives and friends can visit the Centre as they too feel the impact of a loved one's cancer diagnosis.
I understand from his death certificate dated December 8, 1960, that he was a turf accountant.
With Gillespie unable to pay the huge betting bills back to his local turf accountant, he plucked up the courage to come clean to Keegan.
If you had a successful flutter on the Grand National, but missed collecting your winnings from the bookies on Saturday evening (or were already out spending them), chances are your turf accountant would be open for business on Sunday thanks to the changes in that part of our gaming laws.
55) could just be another to deliver a kick in the googlies to our turf accountant chums.
A NUNEATON pigeon club is flying high after getting on a winner with a local turf accountant.
If you are looking for an accountancy job and want to make an impression before the interview, don't mention on your CV the impressive number of jobs you have held over the past six months, your experience as a turf accountant, or the fact that you were chairman of your university's CND group.
So confused was I by the language of gambling that when the turf accountant barked 'roll over', I lay belly-down on the lino and rotated.