parlour game

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a game suitable for playing in a parlor

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Just as Vyta Du Roc got the better of Blaklion, Fehily delivered Parlour Games on the stands side to assert by a neck.
Parlour Games admittedly looked very sharp in that two-mile-five-furlong Grade Two at Prestbury Park, but there was no pace from the outset and the race deteriorated into a dash to the line.
On the face of it, Parlour Games has plenty to find as he steps up to Listed level in the Betdaq Mobile Apps Floodlit Stakes.
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The five and six-year-olds dressed in traditional costumes, played parlour games such as oranges and lemons - and their lessons were strict.
We have often talked about how nice it would be just to stay at home with the kids and dodge all the artificial jollity and boring parlour games.
The obsession led people to hold seances and parlour games were invented to "interpret" spirits' voices.
She is constantly studying and she plays games--word games, parlour games and card games, to keep her mind sharp.
In all, Ferguson sent out 224 winners from the state-of-the-art facility, including Grade 1 scorers Parlour Games and Ruacana, and saved the best until last with 71 winners in 2015-16.
AP McCoy's bid to get his Aintree farewell off to a flier on Parlour Games was foiled by his old mate Ruby Walsh on Nichols Canyon.
John Ferguson is bullish about the chances of Parlour Games in Wednesday's Neptune Novices' Hurdle at the Festival.
Blaklion can gain revenge for Cheltenham defeat at the hands of Parlour Games last month by winning at Newbury
The whole family will love the musical entertainment, lavish Victorian decorations, parlour games and crafts.
Now tables are being laid out for lavish meals, bedrooms decorated and parlour games set out as they would have been for the Prince of Wales' visit.
Some 44% of people now do the latter, rather than play old-fashioned parlour games.