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Ford Mustang Review (2018) | Autocar The Ford Mustang is available in the UK in right-hand drive for the first time, but does the rest of this American muscle car fit the UK car scene?

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Texas hold 'em - Wikipedia Texas hold 'em (also known as Texas holdem, hold 'em, and holdem) is a variation of the card game of poker.Two cards, known as hole cards, are dealt face down to each player, and then five community cards are dealt face up in three stages. The stages consist of a series of three cards ('the flop'), later an additional single card ('the turn' or 'fourth street'), and a final card ('the river.

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Put and Take: MAIN page - antiquegamblingchips.com Origins and brief history. (I have prepared a timeline on the development of the Put & Take here.) Put and Take is one of many forms of Teetotums, which are any gaming spinning top. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica article on teetotums, 'the hexagonal (six-sided) teetotum was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans.'

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The Old Corkscrew – The premier antique dealer The Old Corkscrew is based in Franschhoek, South Africa. This picturesque town which is nestled in the winelands of the Western Cape is a comfortable fifty minute drive from Cape Town.

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48 Hours on the Dark Side of Las Vegas - Narratively It was late morning, and I was putting up a fresh pot of coffee when I heard the first meow. It sounded awfully close, as if from inside the apartment instead of the backyard one story down.

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THE COLLECTOR’S GUIDE: THE HISTORY OF AN ANCIENT HUMAN SYMBOL Visitors to New Mexico in the late 19th century would have been pleased to purchase a souvenir rug, pot or piece of silver jewelry decorated with a swastika. 'The tourists loved the motif,' wrote Margery Bedinger in her popular 1973 book Indian Silver: Navajo and Pueblo Jewelers.