crown and anchor


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crown and anchor

n
(Games, other than specified) a game played with dice marked with crowns and anchors
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If a member of the royal family visited then it would be called the Royal Anchor, or the Crown and Anchor if the visitor had been a ruling monarch.
No, the only royal connection at this dream wedding is the name - the Crown and Anchor in Redcar.
Kyle Luke is the leaseholder for the Crown and Anchor pub on Holy Island and has had a wonderful time running the pub since taking it over four-and-a-half years ago.
Kyle Luke is the leaseholder for the Crown and Anchor and has had a wonderful time running the pub since taking it over four and a half years ago.
"When the act was passed through Parliament and we were able to have Assay Offices in Birmingham and Sheffield, the two parties went to a pub on The Strand called the Crown and Anchor where they discussed the need for hallmarks," explained Ms Parkes.
Royal Caribbean International, a US-based cruise vacation company, has announced an upgraded Crown and Anchor Society guest loyalty programme.
REGARDING the letter 'Bunch Memories' (August 2, 2009) about the Crown and Anchor pub in Birmingham and the origins of its nickname the Bunch, I accept that Mr Greatrex, as a resident of Lawrence Street between the 1920s and 1950s, is able to position the correct site of the Crown and Anchor at Gem Street and Ryder Street.
Stone Cross Crown and Anchor snatched a 3-2 win over Coseley Royal in the Premier Division, while Tipton Sports Coneygre clinched a 5-1 success over Woden in District One.
The story goes that the Sheffield and Birmingham coalition met to plan their strategy in a pub called the Crown and Anchor.
Already a local institution, hosting a weekly cabaret called Showgirls at the Crown and Anchor Inn (home to all his shows), Landry has been receiving increasing national attention, with theaters in Seattle and Omaha planning to produce his work.