tombola


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a lottery in which tickets are drawn from a revolving drum

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As well as the UK, Tombola is the leading bingo site in both Italy and Spain, and we plan to expand into more new territories in the coming months.
Attractions will include Santa's grotto, face painting and hamper and bottle tombolas.
Lancee au mois de juin dernier, cette tombola, premiere du genre, s'est etalee jusqu'au 5 juillet.
Before that, Tombola was tenant in the building, for 16-year.
If that sounds familiar it's because it was also screened on Wednesday, the last time the tombola was rolled.
British online bingo site tombola announced today that it is to work with Search Laboratory Ltd to raise its online profile and get it to the top of Google searches.
As well as being able to meet a dalek there will be a bouncy castle, children's games, raffle, tombola and the charity would be grateful for any donations of bric-a-brac, books, tombola items and toys.
Grand Tombola is the most talked about event of the Islamabad Club.
The results of the TOMBOLA group study have recently been published in the British Medical Journal.
Stalls will include face painting, homemade goods, a coconut shy and tombola.
Accidents, injuries, contaminated food and even alcoholic tombola prizes could all land organisers in hot water.
The novelty cake was trodden on and many gifts for the children's tombola were destroyed.
Just 24 hours before the charity event, in aid of the French injured jockeys' fund, the tombola for a Mercedes sports car was brought to an abrupt end.
ONLINE gaming giant tombola is making a dramatic change to the Sunderland skyline as construction of its new headquarters nears completion.
ST JOHN'S in Birkby held a tombola store and bucket collection to raise money for the church.