We called for a deck of cards
and sat down at a table and played euchre for an hour, in which time Louis treated once, and I treated once, to beer--the cheapest drink, ten cents for two.
And after that was attended to, she drew up a chair to the rickety table, and told her fortune with an old deck of cards
The king got out an old ratty deck of cards
after breakfast, and him and the duke played seven-up a while, five cents a game.
Now that we can shuffle the genomic deck, it will allow us to ask, can we make a deck of cards
with a better hand for making yeast survive under any of a multitude of conditions, such as tolerating higher alcohol levels.
The deck of cards
is a limited edition and is available for sale at the Journal office for $5 per deck.
Quicker reaction time: As fast as you can, sort a full deck of cards
into four piles by suit.
Memorize a deck of cards
in less than one minute, 30 seconds.
At about the size of a deck of cards
(approximately 2 x 1 x 3 inches), the AXIS 207 is the world's smallest MPEG-4 network camera.
95) presents an unusual deck of cards
format which provides a self-guided walking adventure with a map on one side and insider details on the other.
A Squiggle stage, with one direction of movement, is smaller than a deck of cards
Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, is offering a high-performance network camera with a built-in Web server that is about the size of a deck of cards
Palm trees, olives and grapes traipse across the bowls of stems from Peking Handicraft, and symbols from a deck of cards
add a cigar-smoking, poker-playing feel to barware from Home Essentials.