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  • n. Plural form of fronton.


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  • I've spent a fair number of hours in Floridian frontons, and I think it's an entertaining game.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • I've been to frontons from Miami to Tijuana (yes, there's one in TJ, and I've won enough to pay for a weekend there), and I think that one could do well here.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Voters in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties here in South Florida get a chance to go to the polls today to vote on whether or not Vegas-style slot machines will be allowed in race tracks and jai-alai frontons.

    March 2005

  • • Results pending: Authorize Miami-Dade, Broward counties to hold referendums on allowing slot machines at racetracks, jai alai frontons. - Issues: 11 states nix gay marriage; Calif. OKs stem-cell work

  • These porticos and their frontons are ornamented with a great many statues and bas-reliefs, some of which pulled down during the revolution, have since been replaced.

    Historical Sketch of the Cathedral of Strasburg

  • The frontons of the other porticos are also adorned with _rosaces_.

    Historical Sketch of the Cathedral of Strasburg

  • Des mains des rois sculptés, des frontons et des niches,


  • Twelve niches, five of which open into the partition of the temple, and two on the right and left of the entrance, are crowned by frontons alternately circular and triangular, and are said to have contained statues.

    The Idler in France

  • High-stakes games will become legal at 23 poker rooms run by horse and dog tracks and Jai Alai frontons.

    CBS 4 - South Florida's Source for Breaking News, Weather, and Sports

  • Florida Senate committee offered a last-ditch handout to Florida's ailing dog tracks and jai-alai frontons Tuesday, passing a bill to give them a CHARITY work helps to build a sense of community among the young. - Business News


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