antigambling

antigambling

(ˌæntɪˈɡæmblɪŋ)
adj
opposed to gambling
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Others will have told you that I'm an irate woman and today I have had to take a chill pill, not because I am antigambling but I do feel the pain of everyone in this room.
Acting on tips, members of the National Capital Region Police Office's (NCRPO) Regional Special Operations Unit conducted simultaneous antigambling operations across Metro Manila on Saturday.
They are designed to avoid state antigambling laws and gambling licensing restrictions, according to the American Gaming Association.
She is believed to have admitted violating antigambling laws, which carries a maximum penalty of a year in prison and a fine of 1,000 baht ([euro]26).
2003) ("Neither the trial court nor the appellate division addressed the antigambling provision, [so the majority ruled that it was] unwise for us--as a court of last resort--to initiate the discussion....
For in the end, Robinson's Nobody is more than an antigambling drama; it is a play about, and a play on, representation.
eleven executives with violating federal antigambling laws.
2011), but by 2006 Abramoff was caught up in a corruption scandal and, with the Republican party desiring to distance itself from him, the climate in Washington became more friendly to antigambling legislation (Casinoad-visor.com, accessed February 5, 2011).
As nonprofit organizations have proliferated across the theological spectrum while the image of Chinatown has been curated as a legitimate economy (as the 1995 antigambling episode shows), the domination of the liberal Protestant geography over Chinatown appears to have been accomplished (much to Chin's chagrin, of course).
The work by psychology experts at Swansea University could now help identify those vulnerable to gambling addiction and may also be a way to assess the effectiveness of antigambling therapies.
The newspaper sources demonstrate how cultural and political changes-interest in regional identity, antigambling initiatives, wartime austerity and patriotism, social change, and globalization--were reflected by the Derby and shaped its evolving identity.
Much of that drop can be attributed to Arkansas casinos in West Memphis and Hot Springs, which offer horse racing and slot machines that are considered "electronic games of skill" to dodge the antigambling decree in the state constitution.