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  • adj. Not gambling, or not participating in gambling


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non- +‎ gambling


  • Mr. Okada said Thursday that Universal can get funding for the Manila Bay project on its own but that it is in talks with possible Philippine partners to operate some nongambling facilities.

    Construction Starts on Manila Casino

  • Like a nongambling Pete Rose, Brooks was consumed by the magnitude of his own numbers: With career album sales over 128 million, he is currently the bestselling solo artist of all time.

    Eating the Dinosaur

  • Given that these operators tend to focus on local markets, they aren't as vulnerable to the weakness in nongambling aspects of the business, such as lodging, fine dining and air travel, analysts say.

    Regional Casinos Faring

  • In 2008, 60% of revenue on the Strip came from nongambling -- think breakfast buffets and top-dollar suites -- according to the Nevada Gaming Commission.

    Is Short Squeeze the New Game on MGM, Las Vegas Sands?

  • The big casino chains lobbied Colorado's Gaming Commission to interpret those rules loosely-cashiers 'desks and women's restrooms could be included in the nongambling space-and soon the establishments that didn't offer wall-to-wall slot machines found they couldn't take the competition.

    Fool's Gold In Black Hawk?

  • One of the five rings she wore was a gift from the nongambling Bill. it showed a horse's head framed by a horseshoe encrusted with tiny diamonds.

    The First Friend Of Bill

  • Mr. Adelson also said the company may raise funds by selling off its nongambling assets.

    Macau's Hot Streak Shows Signs of Cooling

  • According to Nevada state figures, 59.6% of Las Vegas revenue now comes from nongambling activities versus 40.4% from gambling.

    Vegas Plans a New Push

  • Las Vegas highlights nongambling attractions in its new ads.

    Vegas Plans a New Push

  • For years, few nongambling tourists set foot in Las Vegas.

    Vegas Plans a New Push


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