• (noun): 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 card.
    Synonyms: Michigan, Chicago, Newmarket, boodle

Some articles on stops:

B (S-train) - History
... end 1b terminated at København H 1936–1940 Nordbanen all stops to Holte Frederikssundbanen all stops to Valby 1940–1941 all stops to Vanløse 1941–1949 all stops ...
Tz’utujil Language - Phonology - Consonants
... Like other Mayan languages, Tz'utujil does not distinguish voiced and voiceless stops and affricates but instead distinguishes plain and glottalized ... The plain stops and affricates (technically "pulmonic egressive") are usually voiceless and are aspirated at the ends of words and unaspirated elsewhere ... The glottalized stops and affricates are usually ejective in the case of k', ch', and tz' and implosive in the case of b', t', and q' Bilabial ...
Twelve Stops And Home
... Twelve Stops and Home is the debut album by The Feeling, released on 5 June 2006 ... The album's title refers to the twelve stops on the Piccadilly Line of the London Underground from Leicester Square to Bounds Green ...
Bridekirk - Transport
... The bus starts and stops the route in Cockermouth and stops in various other small towns in the area such as Papcastle and Tallentire and stops at the Dovenby School in Bridekirk ...

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