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  • n. Plural form of bookie.

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Examples

  • With betting on SPIN suspended and the main bookies all over the place on the above questions, we punters need the inside track.

    Anecdotal evidence from Norwich North which may be important or may be not

  • Those that run Pakistani cricket - the PCB are the real culprits - they should be banned from ctricket and the Pak criciketers made to feel more valued so they are not so easilly attracted towards 'bookies' - wacha say?

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Get ready to call your bookies, old people—the truth will set you free.

    The Itchy and Steeler Show

  • This means that sports fans better think twice before calling their bookies when they hear: "Patriot head coach Bill Belichick has thrown acid into the face of star quarterback Tom Brady, apparently out of jealousy that Brady was handsome and loved, while he himself was a hideous monster."

    NPR Topics: News

  • This means that sports fans better think twice before calling their bookies when they hear: Patriot head coach Bill Belichick has thrown acid into the face of star quarterback Tom

    NPR Topics: News

  • Ending any cosy sponsorship with the bookies might be the best place to start a more vigorously policed operation.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Only the bookies are the real winners Carlisle rapist guilty of sex attack on young mum in her own bed Ten year prison term for Cumbrian pervert who sexually abused boy Wigton man, 22, killed in car crash two weeks before his wedding

    News round-up

  • Only the bookies are the real winners Ten year prison term for Cumbrian pervert who sexually abused boy Wigton man, 22, killed in car crash two weeks before his wedding

    News round-up

  • Only the bookies are the real winners Harte warns Carlisle United: We are not too good to be relegated Carlisle Utd boss Abbott warns Leicester: You are not invincible any more Carlisle rapist guilty of sex attack on young mum in her own bed Ten year prison term for Cumbrian pervert who sexually abused boy Wigton man, 22, killed in car crash two weeks before his wedding

    News round-up

  • Only the bookies are the real winners Sixty jobs lost as Carlisle's Stead McAlpin calls in administrators Carlisle rapist guilty of sex attack on young mum in her own bed Woman posed as credit union worker to steal from west Cumbrian savers Wigton man, 22, killed in car crash two weeks before his wedding

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