prial

prial

(praɪəl)
n
(Card Games) informal (in cards) a pair-royal
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I look back on those times, and the company of Leon Adams, Maynard Amerine, Joe Heitz, Frank Prial, Frank Schoonmaker, a dozen engaged and genial commentators, and the wines of Beaulieu, Louis Martini, Italian Swiss Colony, Almaden and Wente, of course.
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In card games, a prial is a set of how many cards of the same value?
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The company is also sponsoring Ethan Prial, founder and director of the ophthalmology department at the MOR Institute, Israel, to lecture on retinal imaging at the event (February 17, 4pm).
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Wine snobs shunned it, prompting the ABC--anything but chardonnay--sentiment that was identified by Frank Prial of the The New York Times in 1995.
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