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Broadway is poker slang for a straight or run of ten, jack, queen, king and ace.
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[Portland, Oregon] Broadway is a street in Portland, Oregon that runs from the Southwest Hills into the Rose City Park area of Portland. It is north-south in Downtown Portland, crosses the Willamette River over the Broadway Bridge, and is east-west on the east side of the river. The Memorial Coliseum and Lloyd Center are located on or near ...
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[typeface] Broadway is a decorative typeface, perhaps the archetypal Art Deco typeface. The original face was designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1927 for ATF as a capitals only display face. It had a long initial run of popularity, before being discontinued by ATF in 1954. It was re-discovered in the Cold Type Era and has ever since been u...
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[Detroit People Mover] Broadway is a Detroit People Mover station in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. Housed inside the downtown YMCA, it is located at the intersection of Broadway and John R. The station takes its name from the street named Broadway. It also serves nearby Ford Field (home to the NFL`s Lions), Detroit Opera House and the Harmoni...
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[cyclecar] The Broadway was a British 4 wheeled cyclecar made only in 1913 by the Broadway Cyclecar Co of Coventry. The car was powered by an air-cooled, V twin, engine made by Fafnir driving the rear wheels by a two speed gearbox and belts. It cost GBP80. ...
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[n] - a street in Manhattan that passes through Times Square
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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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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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Great White Way noun a street in Manhattan that passes through Times Square; famous for its theaters
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village (`parish`), Wychavon district, administrative and historic county of Worcestershire, England, at the foot of the Cotswolds escarpment, which ...
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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, 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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(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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[Caltrain station] ==Platforms and tracks== ==Station amenities== ==Hold-out rule== Because of the narrow center platform, a Hold-out rule is in effect at this station – i.e., when a train is stopped for passengers other trains cannot pass it, even on the track away from the platform. The resulting delays were the main reason this became ...
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[Sacramento RT] Broadway is a side platformed Sacramento RT light rail station in Sacramento, California, United States. The station was opened on September 26, 2003, and is operated by the Sacramento Regional Transit District. As part of the Blue Line, it has service to Downtown Sacramento, North Sacramento, California State University, Sa...
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[Vancouver] Broadway is a major east-west thoroughfare in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In Vancouver`s numbered avenue grid system, it runs in place of a 9th Avenue, between 8th and 10th. The street has six lanes for most of its course. Portions of the street previously carried the British Columbia Highway 7 designation. ...
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[Minot, North Dakota] Broadway, previously known as 2nd Street West, is a major north-south city route in Minot, North Dakota. US 83 follows Broadway through the city. Commercial zones line Broadway`s entire length, aside from a handful of apartment complexes. Along its route, it intersects with the US 2/52 bypass, Burdick Expressway, and U...
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[Chicago] Broadway is a major street in Chicago`s Lakeview, Uptown, and Edgewater community areas on the city`s North Side, running from Diversey Parkway (2800 North) to Devon Avenue (6400 North). Originally called Evanston Avenue, the name of the street was changed to Broadway on August 15, 1913 as part of 467 road name changes enacted on ...
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[IND Crosstown Line] Broadway is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of Broadway and Union Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, it is served at all times by the G train. == Station layout == === Broadway === This underground station, opened on July 1, 1937, has two tracks and two side pl...
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[BMT Astoria Line station] The Surfrider Foundation, Sent from the company, I was given permission to post this image from the Foundation`s Marketing & PR Coordinator. ...
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[BMT Astoria Line] Broadway is a local station in on the BMT Astoria Line, containing wooden canopies with transite and wooden mezzanines. Only the southbound platform has windscreens. The mezzanine is configured like 30th Avenue. It is served by the N train at all times, and by additional Q train on weekdays. ==Station layout== ...
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[MBTA station] Broadway is a station on the Red Line subway at the intersection of Dorchester Avenue and Broadway in South Boston, Massachusetts. It was opened on December 15, 1917 as part of the Dorchester Extension of the `Cambridge Connection` from Downtown Crossing (formerly Washington station) to Andrew. The station has a single island...
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[microprocessor] Broadway is the codename of the 32-bit Central Processing Unit (CPU) used in Nintendo`s Wii video game console. It was designed by IBM, and is currently being produced using a 65 nm SOI process. According to IBM, the processor consumes 20% less power than its predecessor, the 180 nm Gekko used in the Nintendo GameCube video...
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