from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sports A usually oval, specially surfaced course on which races are held.
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- n. A course over which any type of races are run.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a course over which races are run
The racetrack is part of a special sports zone that will include a new cricket stadium.
"We think the revitalization of that racetrack is dependent on having slots," said Schippers, whose company was not an owner of Laurel when bids were first taken.
Borel is beloved in racetrack circles, but he has not always been appreciated as a man who makes up in substance what he lacks in style.
"Any time a driver can accomplish goals and put himself in the realm of conversation about who has a chance to win at any kind of racetrack, that is what he wants to do."
Between now and Oct, 20, when Fasig-Tipton holds its next big sale, fence builders and landscapers will race to complete a 40-foot by 100-foot stone "racetrack" - an oval planter at the new entrance.
At the time, many lawmakers assumed the racetrack was the leading location for a slots parlor.
"Although the racetrack is the beating heart, I'd say the show is more of a study of the characters," Milch insists, adding that even the degenerate gamblers, who live race-to-race by handicapping the winners, will be relatable to viewers.
I thought it was funny, too - the car chase around the racetrack was a hoot, as was the scene in the church in the blackout.
I spend all my aggressiveness on the racetrack, which is better.
"The regulations say a builder cannot fill a wetland for a nonaquatic use, and a racetrack is a nonaquatic use," Eustus said.
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