• gamble at cards
  • トランプで博打をする.
  • gamble in sugar
  • 危険を覚悟で砂糖相場をやる
  • on a gamble
  • 一か八かで,運任せに
  • on the gamble
  • 賭博で[にふけって]
  • According to his analysis, gambling pervades our entire economic system; thus insurance contracts are a gamble, stock and grain exchange transactions are gambles, and the farmer's dependence on weather is a gamble.
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  • Agonists have been related to impulse control disorders (such as compulsive sexual activity and eating, and pathological gambling and shopping) even more strongly than levodopa.
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  • Another popular gambling draw, Horse racing events are housed by the Fair Meadows Race Track and Will Rogers Downs in nearby Claremore.
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  • As first a House member and then a senator – and as a lifelong gambler with close ties to the gambling industry – McCain was one of the main authors of the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, which codified rules regarding Native American gambling enterprises.
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  • As prosperity began to return in the 1980s, the city was stunned by the Wah Mee massacre in 1983, when 13 people were killed in an illegal gambling club in the International District, Seattle's Chinatown.
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  • Built around long narrow yards, as well as serving food and drink and providing lodgings, these coaching inns also served as temporary warehouses, auction rooms and gambling halls for travellers doing business in the market.
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  • By the 1950s gambling and prostitution were being actively repressed in most parts of Texas.
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  • By then it had 50 saloons, 35 gambling tables, cribs for prostitution, 19 lodging houses, 16 restaurants, half a dozen barbers, a public bath house, and a weekly newspaper, the Rhyolite Herald.
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  • De Neville continued to hold the office of Chief Forester under King John of England, and was often the king's gambling partner.
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  • Despite initial cynicism from journalists, the NSWCA announced a crackdown on betting on cricket matches, and it was reported that over the next 10 years, gambling at cricket matches in Sydney mainly died out.
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  • Despite its failure, the raid was presented in Britain as a courageous and daring gamble which came very close to success.
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  • Early in his state career, Booth declined to join a Melbourne Cup gambling sweep organised by captain Keith Miller.
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  • Fleetwood's tenure was tumultuous; his abolition of the practice of allowing footmen free access to the upper gallery led to riots in 1737, and Fleetwood's gambling problems entangled the theatre in his own financial difficulties.
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  • He joined the family in 1728, by which time he was an adult, had mistresses and debts, and was fond of gambling and practical jokes.
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  • He revealed that he had spent most of his income on alcohol, drugs, gambling and women.
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