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revie

(ˌriːˈvaɪ)
vb (tr)
to challenge by placing a larger stake or bet than an opponent in a card game
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He was by no means the only figure to point the finger at Revie and force him from his FA office.
Therefore, the excellent Chi Cao -a dancer who has verve and immense technical skill, stepped down and Michael Revie stepped in.
Ever Revie, owned by the Leeds United Racing Club and named after their famed manager Don Revie, took the second division of the 7f claimer under Kevin Darley.
Victor Alvarez, Michael Revie, and Francois Petit vied with one another by mastering the most complex footwork and incredible pirouettes in varied positions.
If Glenn Hoddle is looking for divine inspiration in his search for success in Italy next Saturday he could do worse than hold a seance and try to call up the late Don Revie.
Chantelle Revie, 19, was visiting her Daniel Hives at Forest Bank jail in Salford when she went to hug him.
WHEN supposedly learned football scholars dissect Don Revie's classic Leeds United team, Paul Madeley is often overlooked by them.
Billy Jo Revie, 16, and three other neds forced their way into the wrecked Glasgow pub in December and stole alcohol and charity collection tins.
There were some brutal encounters against the Yorkshire club during the Don Revie era and hostilities didn't die down as both clubs suffered a fall from grace into the Second Division during the 1980s.
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But Don Revie's Middlesbrough links have been all but forgotten.
EXCLUSIVE By ANTHONY CLAVANE LEEDS legend Allan Clarke thinks that the memory of the Don Revie era will inspire the Whites to another great display against Manchester United this week.