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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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The 2015 class of Chicagoans of the Year also includes Stacey Ratner, a literacy advocate; William Beiersdorf, who is providing much-needed resources to war veterans; Sally Hazelgrove, who is trying to knock out youth violence with a boxing club she started; and Prerna Mona Khanna, a globetrotting emergency-care doctor.
Critique: Each of the showcased Chicagoans is featured with their black-and-white photograph and the succinct one-page commentary is supplemented with a 'Favorites' box citing their favorites, be they books, performers, quotations, movies, songs, places, poets, etc.
8220;We are not only committed to saving fellow Chicagoans time and money, but also from the curse of boring weekends,” said Morris.
One of our strengths is that we are from Chicago, and know what Chicagoans enjoy.
And now Caputo's report has confirmed what many have long suspected--that Chicagoans who need the Loop jobs the most aren't getting them or able to hang onto them.
Ben LaBolt, Emanuel's communications director, who is gay himself, says, "LGBT Chicagoans know that Rahm Emanuel has stood for equality and delivered.
With the Chicagoan, the eminent cultural historian Nell Harris provides readers with a new look at an old journal that once heralded Chicago life.
Actually, in this post-Michael Jordan era, the Bulls are out of the minds of many Chicagoans, even when it's not Super Bowl Sunday.
13) Even as twentieth-century practices and institutions blossomed, Chicagoans seemed to cling to nineteenth-century notions of justice.
Chicagoans of all faiths still remember fondly Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, the Catholic Archbishop of Chicago from 1982 to 1996.
We also see Chicagoans at the movies, getting happy at taverns, listening to music and visiting art exhibitions and poetry circles at the South Side Community Arts Center.
Another sidelight is Murphy's portrayal of the entrepreneurial spirit of Chicagoans in swiftly rebuilding their city to restore commerce and tourism: the rawness, greed, and exuberance of 19th-century America.
Antony Tudor's Lilac Garden, Agnes de Mille's Rodeo, and Arpino's Kettentanz made a most satisfying program, the most delightful one offered Chicagoans in many years.
California (Ingrid Calame, Linda Besemer) will certainly be well represented with Davies and Rinder casting their votes, and Cassel will deliver the Chicagoans (Dawoud Bey).
Downtown Chicagoans and visitors alike frequent the designer stores on the Magnificent Mile of N.
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