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Synonyms for cribbage

a card game (usually for two players) in which each player is dealt six cards and discards one or two


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FUN DAYS: Children in the Deighton WMC field day procession in 1949 (above) and in the field itself near the club in 1950 (below); DOUBLE WIN: Deighton WMC dominoes and cribbage teams in 1950.
com as it searched to replace Microsoft Zone, which discontinued its online Cribbage this June.
It includes bridge, cribbage, backgammon, dominoes, plus about 100 others, including a flight simulator, slot machines, Scrabble, and a score of trivia games.
In addition to FolderMatch, Salty Brine Software also offers Cal's Brain Strain, a solitaire program that requires more skill than luck, Cribbage Squares Solitaire, an addictive solitaire game based upon the card game Cribbage, and other board and card games.
Its main structure is cribbage (wooden framed boxes which are filled in with rubble consolidated with mud mortar).
They include a blocky-bodied Santa riding a reindeer, animal-shaped cribbage boards, and more practical organizers for garden tools or car-care supplies.
On Friday, March 9th, the first 99 customers can buy a Lucky Seven Gaming Classics set that includes dominoes, cribbage, playing cards, cribbage, and frosted glass checkers, chess, and backgammon - a $35.
However, this doesn't prevent me admiring objects associated with these pastimes, like the beautiful cribbage board shown here.
Pub pastimes like cribbage, dominoes, darts and even skittles were the mainstay of community bars and many outlets hosted their own teams competing against rivals in scores of local leagues.
Some pounds 1,100 of that was raised by a 12-hour marathon of snooker, cribbage and dominoes which was held the week before at the club (what a team
The Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center (WDRC), in partnership with Boundary Bay Brewery, raised $2,500 during its first Compete for a Cause Cribbage Tournament this September.
Claim to fame: Brittany may well be the youngest tournament cribbage player in Oregon.
Mr Plumley, who died aged 95 in 1971, saved photos of fellow explorers, postcards, a dog collar, a cribbage board and a fork stamped "Discovery 1901".
The collection of items, including leather collars from sled-dogs, playing cards and a cribbage board, is being sold by the grandson of Frank Plumley, the expedition blacksmith and wheelwright.