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  • noun one of four playing cards in a deck with seven pips on the face


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  • There were spiky conkers ripening, red-berried cuckoo pint, and numerous seven-spot ladybirds to be seen, and all the way we were watched by grazing Highland cattle.

    Country diary: East Yorkshire

  • There were numerous seven-spot ladybirds to be seen along the way.

    Country diary: East Yorkshire

  • His homer greeted Red Sox reliever Manny Delcarmen and was the big blow when the Indians scored seven runs in the fifth inning, their second seven-spot in the last three games.

    Peralta gets just what he wanted

  • The two-spot and seven-spot ladybirds are particularly threatened.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • You'd have thought with us taking two yesterday and then coming out with a seven-spot it would pretty much have knocked them down.

    American League Baseball - Indians vs. Red Sox

  • He already had a ten; now he drew a seven-spot and king in succession.

    Vandover and the Brute

  • He used to say, frequently, that a king to him was no more than a seven-spot.

    Comic History of the United States

  • A seven-spot in the sixth catapulted the Marlins to a 13-5 romp that got them back to .500 (26-26) and a 15-14 May record. Stories

  • Boston College has made a habit of putting up big numbers in recent games, going for seven in the Hockey East finals against Maine, nine in a regional final against Yale and Thursday night's seven-spot.

    INCH Feed

  • The legendary E*TRADE babies are back, this time in a seven-spot campaign produced from start to finish by Click 3X.

    CGArena - Get Attention in the Computer Graphics Community


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