from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A reference book of rules for card games and other indoor games.
- idiom according to Hoyle In accord with the prescribed rules or regulations.
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- n. an English astrophysicist and advocate of the steady state theory of cosmology; described processes of nucleosynthesis inside stars (1915-2001)
- n. English writer on card games (1672-1769)
Open, and I was quietly confident that I would have a chance, said Leaney, who was forced to change caddies after his original caddie, Justin Hoyle, fell ill after the first round.
7: 00AM Gina Trapani | Funny guy screencaster Donnie Hoyle is back with a new episode in his “You Suck at Photoshop” series, and this one covers color range selection.
Link to Nature letter 'Hoyle's observations were right on the ball'
We bought books and magazines in the town and a copy of "Hoyle" and learned many two-handed card games.
The survivor was named "Hoyle" (a cognomen for our old friend Hurley) and his doings gave us a new fund of entertainment.
a pair of stockings from Murphy, and then 'Hoyle' and I smoked a cigar each which Webb produced.
Gamow left the party early with a big bang while Hoyle stayed late in a steady state.
Write to Rhiannon Hoyle at firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1972, Geoffrey Hoyle wrote a children's book called 2010: Living In The Future.
Adelaide Byrd and Dave Moretti scored the fight 119-109, while Robert Hoyle scored it 118-110, all for Mayweather.
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