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  • Where's the Poker? Fable IV  (1752)  by Christopher Smart 258532Where's the Poker? Fable IVChristopher Smart1752 First published in The Midwife;
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  • Skill POKER The Varieties of the Game; Draw Poker; The Probabilities of the Various Combinations; The Straddle; Jack-pots; Table Stakes; Straight Poker; Stud
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  • Hoyle's Games Modernized Poker Patience 1310543Hoyle's Games Modernized — Poker Patience POKER PATIENCE. This game, which has recently come into
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  • Tales by Bret Harte The Outcasts of Poker Flat 6551The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Tales — The Outcasts of Poker FlatBret Harte As Mr. John Oakhurst
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  • Poker!  (1931)  by Zora Neale Hurston 141546Poker!Zora Neale Hurston1931 POKER! Time--Present Place--New York Cast of characters--    Nunkie
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  • Story for the Reformation of Poker Players 946250In a Steamer Chair and Other Stories — A Story for the Reformation of Poker PlayersRobert Barr A SOCIETY
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  • Sample Senator response to Poker's Black Friday  (2011)  by Richard Durbin 949445Sample Senator response to Poker's Black FridayRichard Durbin2011
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  • Hoyle's Games Modernized Poker 1310295Hoyle's Games Modernized — Poker POKER. There are several varieties of Poker, distinguished by the names
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  •    Fable III. Fashion and Night 1751, publ. 1752 Fable IV. Where's the Poker? 1752 Fable V. The Tea Pot and Scrubbing Brush 1753 Fable VI. The Duellist[s]
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  • A Story for the Reformation of Poker Players, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • Peg-Leg In The Hands Of His Friends A Question of Possession The Story Of A Poker Steer Reed Anthony, Cowman The Log of a Cowboy The Outlet Wells Brothers
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  • begin with what he can see, the poker; and the first thing he sees about the poker is that it is crooked. He says, "Poor poker; it's crooked." Then he asks
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  • Proteges Mliss A Mother of Five Notes by Flood and Field The Outcasts of Poker Flat The Reincarnation of Smith Prosper's "Old Mother" A Pupil of Chestnut
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  • dinner of the happy home, warmly covered by a thimble and resting on a poker chip. The expectant whispers of the little ones were hushed as the father
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  • Other TalesBret Harte1870 Preface The Luck of Roaring Camp The Outcasts of Poker Flat Miggles Tennessee's Partner The Idyl of Red Gulch Brown of Calaveras
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  • Peg-Leg In The Hands Of His Friends A Question of Possession The Story Of A Poker Steer This work is in the public domain in the United States because
    607 bytes (156 words) - 02:22, 26 November 2010
  • FIRE-IRONS, the implements for tending a fire. Usually they consist of poker, tongs and shovel, and they are most frequently of iron, steel, or brass
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  • which was engraved by John Thomas Smith. He is said to have excelled in ‘poker-pictures,’ and to have been befriended by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Reynolds
    338 bytes (272 words) - 11:03, 27 May 2015
  • Exeter BookPaull Franklin Baum1963 79 (k-d 62) The answer is Gimlet or Poker. “Southern” is a literal translation, meaning perhaps a skilled workman
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  • The Story Of A Poker Steer by Andy Adams 738132The Story Of A Poker SteerAndy Adams He was born in a chaparral thicket, south of the Nueces River
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