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a gambling card game in which chips are placed on the ace and king and queen and jack of separate suits (taken from a separate deck)

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Chicagoan Randy Duncan, whose TriFling was a success last season, will contribute his Initiations.
And, of course, every election day many dead Chicagoans vote early and often.
Calm, cool and collected, Chicagoans go with the flow when behind the wheel
Bright Lights of the Second City: 50 Prominent Chicagoans on Living with Passion and Purpose By Betsy Storm
You become acclimatized to a hot environment or a cold environment,'' Dee said, comparing it to a Chicagoan or New Yorker visiting Los Angeles who might consider Tuesday ``balmy.
Catholic or not, Chicagoan or not, we all lost a good neighbor named Joseph.
Cozad and Vaughan steered the project to Chicagoan Billie Jean King, who donated $10,000 to buy 270 videos.
Almost everyone here is a displaced Chicagoan or a closeted Chicago fan who can come here without getting hassled,'' said Bill Ahern, 36-year-old North Hollywood resident who grew up in the Chicago suburb of Hanover Park.
David deBoer, a 34-year-old Chicagoan, recalls a recent trip to the drugstore in search of a remedy for a sore throat.
The group is comprised of South Carolina native Bo-Q; Chicagoan - Gator; and Atlanta resident, a hit-making producer in his own right, Kenny Kold.
A former Chicagoan, Jones-Kaminski will be responsible for cultivating partnerships and building and maintaining the design firm's new client relationships.
Steinfels, a Chicagoan, is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago and holds a doctorate in European history from Columbia University in New York.
One Chicagoan, thrilled by the sight of the princess shaking hands with the unwashed masses, gushed: ``She'll be popular till the day she dies.
From well-known attractions to hidden gems, the June issue of Chicago, which hits newsstands Thursday, features an insider's guide to the city's summer hot spots, highlighting 112 adventures for every kind of Chicagoan.
These profiles, shared in the subjects' own voices, reveal rarely explored facets of each gifted Chicagoan, including Congressman Danny Davis; Bill Kurtis, broadcaster and documentarian; Ramsey Lewis, jazz legend; Captain James Lovell, Apollo 13 astronaut; Martin Marty, PhD, theologian and author; and Kerry Wood, former pitcher for the Chicago Cubs.
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