chicago

  1. largest city in Illinois; located on Lake Michigan
  2. a gambling card game in which chips are placed on the ace and king and queen and jack of separate suits (taken from a separate deck); a player plays the lowest card of a suit in his hand and successively higher cards are played until the sequence stops; the player who plays a card matching one in the layout wins all the chips on that ca......

    Chicago

    Chicago (oʊ or oʊ) is the third most populous city in the United States, after New York City and Los Angeles. With 2.7 million residents, it is the most populous city in both the U.S. state of Illinois and the American Midwest. Its metropolitan area, sometimes called Chicagoland, is home to 9.5 million people and is the third-largest in the Unit...
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    Chicago

    (from the article `Queen Latifah`) ...cemented in 2003, when she received an Academy Award nomination (best supporting actress) for her portrayal of Matron Mama Morton in the ... [4 related articles]
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    Chicago

    (from the article `Sandburg, Carl`) ...for the Social Democratic Party and secretary to the mayor of Milwaukee. Moving to Chicago in 1913, he became an editor of System, a business ...
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    Chicago

    [n] - largest city in Illinois
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    Chicago

    Windy City noun largest city in Illinois; a bustling Great Lakes port that extends 26 miles along the southwestern shoreline of Lake Michigan
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    Chicago

    [art magazine] Chicago, Times, Plotter, Helvetica, DIN, Techno, Löhfelm, RR_02, Univers, Tiffany, Circuit, Memphis, Gringo, Zeus, The Mix, Princess Lulu, Pigiarniq, Paper, Libertine, Trixie, Déjà Vu, Auto and Rediviva are the 23 issues of the magazine founded in 2002 in Vienna by a group of Austrian, German and Swiss artists: Christian E...
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    Chicago

    [bridge card game] Chicago, also known as Four-deal Bridge and Short Bridge, is a form of contract bridge and a variation of rubber bridge in which one or more sets of four deals are played and scored. ==Origins and distinctions== Getting its name from the Standard Club of Chicago where it originated in the early 1960s, the game is well sui...
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    Chicago

    [CTA Blue Line station] ==Station layout== ==Bus connections== CTA ...
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    Chicago

    [CTA Brown and Purple Lines station] Chicago/Franklin serves the Brown Line, but Purple Line Express trains also stop at the station during weekday rush hours. ==Station layout== The original station house was on the north side of Chicago Avenue. Beyond the turnstiles were staircases which led up to the two long side platforms. The Chicago ...
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    Chicago

    [magazine] Chicago is a monthly magazine published by Tribune Publishing. It concentrates on lifestyle and human interest stories, and on reviewing restaurants, travel, fashion, and theatre from or nearby Chicago. Its circulation in 2004 was 165,000, larger than People in its market. Also in 2004, it received the National Magazine Award for...
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    Chicago

    [manga] ==Overview== It is the middle of the 21st century and Tokyo is expanding more and more, filling the ground of Tokyo bay with landfill to make room for the bursting population. But suddenly Tokyo suffers its greatest earthquake since the first quarter of the 20th century, and the landfill liquefies, creating untold damage in the newl...
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    Chicago

    [musical] Chicago: The Musical has run for 7,157 performances as of February 9, 2014, and holds the record for longest-running musical revival on Broadway. Chicago is currently the third longest-running Broadway show ever. During its run, the show has played in three Broadway theatres - the Richard Rodgers Theatre (the same theatre where th...
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    Chicago

    [poem] `Chicago` is a poem by Carl Sandburg, about the U.S. city of Chicago. It first appeared in Poetry, March 1914, the first of nine poems collectively titled `Chicago Poems`. It was republished in 1916 in Sandburg`s first mainstream collection of poems, also titled Chicago Poems. Sandburg moved to Chicago in 1912 after living in Milwauk...
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    Chicago

    [poker card game] The poker-related card game called Chicago is one of the most popular card games in Sweden today. Relying on the keeping of score instead of the placing of bets, it is suitable even for environments such as schools, where gambling is often prohibited. The game exists in countless versions, so here a (somewhat arbitrarily c...
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    Chicago

    [poker game] Updated map of Bucharest metro line 4. Source : Metrorex ...
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    Chicago

    [pool] Chicago is a `{Cuegloss|Money ball|money ball}` pool gambling game. It was a popular game in New York City pool rooms during the 1960s and 1970. == Rules == The game of Chicago is played in a similar fashion to nine-ball and rotation, where balls must be played in order starting with the 1 ball. In Chicago, all fifteen balls are used...
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    Chicago

    [Sufjan Stevens song] `Chicago` is a track from Sufjan Stevens 2005 concept album Illinois, released on Asthmatic Kitty. The song tells the semi-autobiographical story of a young man on a road trip, and his youthful idealism. The track is Stevens` most popular song, and he usually ends his live shows with a version of this song. The song ha...
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    Chicago

    [typeface] Chicago is a sans-serif typeface designed by Susan Kare for Apple Computer. It was used in the Macintosh operating system user interface between 1984 and 1997 and was an important part of Apple’s brand identity. It is also used in early versions of the iPod user interface. Chicago was initially a bitmap font; as the Apple OS’...
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    Chicago

    Click images to enlargeFinancial and industrial city in Illinois, USA, on Lake Michigan. It is the third-largest US city; population (2000 est) 2,896,000. Industries include iron, steel, chemicals, electrical goods, machinery, meatpacking and food processing, publishing, and fabricated metals. The once famous stoc...
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    Chicago

    A variation of rubber bridge for four players where each session is just four deals. Chicago is reputed to have been devised by a group of commuters who played bridge on daily train journeys, where the time available for play was limited by the length of the trip.
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    Chicago

    Chicago (shikä'gō, shikô'gō) , city (1990 pop. 2,783,726), seat of Cook co., NE Ill., on Lake Michigan; inc. 1837. The third largest city in the United States and the heart of a metropolitan area of over 8 million people, it is the commercial, financial, industrial, an...
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    Chicago

    Chicago is a card game for two to four players, using a standard 52-card deck without jokers. Points are scored for having the best hand according to poker ranking, but also in the final stage of the game the cards are played to tricks, and points are scored by the winner of the last trick.
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    Chicago

    Chicago, river, formed in Chicago by the junction of its North Branch (24 mi/39 km long) and South Branch (10 mi/16 km long), and flowing southeast via a canal into the Des Plaines River at Lockport, Ill. The river formerly flowed east, then northeast via a channel, into Lake Michigan. Its course wa...
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    Chicago

    city, seat of Cook county, northeastern Illinois, U.S. With a population hovering near three million, Chicago is the state`s largest and the ... [52 related articles]
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