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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to a casino.


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non- +‎ casino


  • * Amount does not include deepwater cruise ships, cruises-to-nowhere or noncasino devises


  • However, senior secured lenders did agree to allow the parent company to borrow up to $150 million from its noncasino subsidiaries, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    Hurt by Debt, Casino Firm Station Files for Chapter 11

  • Distressed noncasino hotel loans now cover more than 1,000 properties with a cumulative loan value of $16.8 billion, according to Real Capital Analytics, a real-estate research company.

    Hotels Deliver Some 'Jingle Mail'

  • Billed as one of the East Coast's largest noncasino hotels, it opened last month on the Potomac River in Maryland.

    Hotel Market Feels

  • The city's first luxury noncasino hotel opened its doors and five pools last month in the marina district.

    Gambling Mecca for Day-Trippers

  • MGM Mirage's massive CityCenter project promises to transform a large chunk of the Strip with residential properties and noncasino luxury hotels.

    Las Vegas Default Highlights

  • Thus, while casino spending will displace some noncasino spending in Philadelphia News

  • The growth of noncasino-affiliated restaurants also meant fewer employees on the casino hotel payroll. - News

  • With noncasino revenues expected to account for only 20 percent of the resorts 'earnings, both companies will need to generate significant gaming business to recoup their investments.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Chelsea: The first luxury noncasino hotel to open on the Atlantic City Boardwalk since the 1960s made a splashy debut.

    Press of Atlantic City: Editorials


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