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  • Games of solo, high-five, and piute went on without him and in heated arguments no one any longer asked his views.

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  • On one side of the room was a small pine table where Old Man Hinds walloped himself at solitaire, and on the other side of the room was a larger table, felt-covered, kept sacred to the games of piute and poker, where as much as three dollars sometimes changed hands in a single night.

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

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  • When the rigid cold of forty below froze everything that would freeze, and the wind drove the powdery snow up and down the Main street, there would not be a single sign of life for hours; but at the least cessation the inhabitants came out like prairie dogs from their holes and scuttled through their tunnels, generally on borrowing expeditions: that is, if they were not engaged at the time in conversation, cribbage, piute or poker in the comfortable office of the Hinds House.

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

  • Matthews was brave, open, and undifguiled; but proud, imperious, and preci - "piute.

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