Bingo

[card game] Bingo is a card game named by analogy to the game bingo. The game is played with a bridge deck of 52 cards. The dealer gives each player X cards, which are held in the hand or placed face-down in front of the player. The dealer places Y cards face down in the center of the table. Typically X=Y=5. ==Gameplay== A round of play con...
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Bingo

[folk song] `Bingo`, also known as `Bingo Was His Name-O` and `There Was a Farmer Who Had a Dog`, is an English language children`s song of obscure origin. In most modern forms, the song involves spelling the name of a dog, and with increasing letters replaced with handclaps on each repetition. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 589. =...
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Bingo

[play] Bingo: Scenes of Money and Death is a 1973 play by English Marxist playwright Edward Bond. It depicts an ageing William Shakespeare at his Warwickshire home in 1615 and 1616, suffering pangs of conscience in part because he signed a contract which protected his landholdings, on the condition that he would not interfere with an enclos...
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Bingo

[Scrabble] Bingo is a slang term used in Scrabble for a play using all seven of one`s tiles. A player who does this receives 50 points in addition to what the word would normally score. In the United Kingdom, this is more often called a bonus (the term sanctioned by Mattel, the game`s manufacturers there), but is occasionally called a bingo...
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Bingo

[U.S.] Bingo is a game of chance played with randomly drawn numbers which players match against numbers that have been pre-printed on 5x5 matrices. The matrices may be printed on paper, card stock or electronically represented and are referred to as cards. Many versions conclude the game when the first person achieves a specified pattern fr...
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Bingo

A prize game in which players purchase cards with numbers on them in a 5x5 grid corresponding to the letters in the word BINGO. Numbers are called at random, and the first player to complete the word BINGO in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line wins a prize.
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Bingo

Bingo is British customs officers' slang for an arrest or a successful search.
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bingo

Game of chance played with numbered balls and cards each divided into 27 squares, 15 of them containing random numbers between 1 and 90. As the numbers are called out, also at random, the corresponding numbers are marked off the players' card(s). The first person to complete a line across or full card (known as a `full house`) wins a ...
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bingo

game of chance using cards on which there is a grid of numbers, a row of which constitute a win when they have been chosen at random. Bingo is one of ...
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Bingo

Prebriefed fuel state which is needed for recovery using prebriefed parameters.
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