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  • n. Plural form of handicapper.


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  • Political handicappers doubt Republicans can take control of the Senate, although the cash haul suggests momentum is with the minority party.

    GOP Senate Hopefuls Take Edge in Money Race

  • As for the lower chamber, the political handicappers Charlie Cook and Stuart Rothenberg both now have 91 Democratic House seats and nine Republican House seats in play (albeit with slightly different names on each list).

    Obama's Incoherent Closing Argument

  • Nonpartisan handicappers say the GOP appears all but certain to gain about 30 House seats, largely from conservative or depressed districts in the South, Northeast and industrial Midwest.

    Democrat Bastions Besieged by GOP

  • All four were single-digit handicappers from North Carolina who had played numerous famous courses together, including Augusta National.

    Playing the Big One: A Survival Guide

  • Avoid Exotic Bets - "For very skilled handicappers, with a proven track record, there can, at least in theory, be value in betting parlays," said Gordon on the type of bet that combines two or more individual wagers.

    Chris Maloney: Don't Be A Square: 10 Tips For Betting On Football

  • A very strange bit of legal usage — in various Michigan statutes, for reasons that elude me, handicapped people were called “handicappers” from 1976 to 1998.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Handicapper”

  • Republican handicappers say Mitt Romney's deep pockets and steadiness in the polls make him the best-positioned to benefit from a calendar that has suddenly been compressed, with nomination contests beginning a month earlier than GOP officials had planned, and also elongated, thanks to the break after the first five nominating contests.

    Calendar Gives Romney a Boost

  • Political handicappers, such as the Rothenberg Political Report, now say Democrat Kathy Hochul has the edge after using Medicare to slam Republican Jane Corwin, who has said she would have voted for the Ryan budget.

    Reid to push vote on GOP Medicare plan

  • He is seeking a full term next year, and political handicappers such as Charlie Cook say the Massachusetts Senate race is a tossup.

    Poll: Mass. voters would re-elect Sen. Scott Brown

  • More adventurous handicappers, or those with a bigger bankroll, might also include Stately Victor and Awesome Act on exotic tickets.

    Analysis: Consistent colt Lookin At Lucky bred to go distance


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