Broadway

Broadway is poker slang for a straight or run of ten, jack, queen, king and ace.
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Broadway

Broadway is poker slang for a straight or run of ten, jack, queen, king and ace.
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Broadway

[n] - a street in Manhattan that passes through Times Square
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Broadway

Codename given to a British base formed by the British Chindit forces east of Mohnyin, Burma (now Myanmar) March 1944. A supply dump and airstrip were set up inside a defended perimeter, and...
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Broadway

Major avenue in New York running northwest from the tip of Manhattan and crossing Times Square at 42nd Street, at the heart of the theatre district, where Broadway is known as `the Great White...
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Broadway

Great White Way noun a street in Manhattan that passes through Times Square; famous for its theaters
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Broadway

village (`parish`), Wychavon district, administrative and historic county of Worcestershire, England, at the foot of the Cotswolds escarpment, which ...
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Broadway

New York City thoroughfare that traverses the length of Manhattan, near the middle of which are clustered the theatres that have long made it the ... [8 related articles]
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Broadway

Broadway, famous thoroughfare in New York City. It extends from Bowling Green near the foot of Manhattan island N to 262d St. in the Bronx. Throughout its length Broadway is chiefly a commercial street. In lower Manhattan it runs through the financial center of the country; N of Union Square (14th S...
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Broadway

Broadway was the codename given to a British base formed by the British Chindit forces East of Mohnyin, Burma in March 1944. A supply dump and airstrip were set up inside a defended perimeter, and although frequently attacked from both ground and air, it remained in use until evacuated at the completion of the Chindit expedition in May 1944.
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Broadway

(New York) Major avenue in New York running northwest from the tip of Manhattan and crossing Times Square at 42nd Street, at the heart of the theatre district, where Broadway is known as `the Great White Way`. New York theatres situated outside this area are described as off-Broa...
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