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  • variation was known as auction bridge. The modern game of contract bridge was the result of innovations to auction bridge made by Harold Stirling Vanderbilt
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  • similar to Euchre and Hearts Contract bridge – related to Whist Court Piece – An Asian game similar to Contract Bridge Doppelkopf – popular game in Germany
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  • Contract bridge, usually known simply as Bridge, is a trick-taking card game for four players who form two partnerships, or "sides". The partners on each
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  • doubled or redoubled contracts. Points awarded for contract tricks bid and made are entered below the line. ACBL American Contract Bridge League Acol An approach-forcing
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  • June 2012 (UTC) Can you please import w:Glossary of contract bridge terms for the book Bridge? --Fishpi (discuss • contribs) 17:36, 29 June 2012 (UTC)
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  • Bridge (dentistry), a fixed prosthesis used to replace missing teeth Bridge (ship), the area from which a ship is commanded Contract bridge
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  • the bridge's deck. At the time of the collapse, Progressive Contracting had approximately 575,000 pounds of construction load situated on the bridge. As
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  • Third Woman Press, until 2008, when its contract with Third Woman Press expired and it went out of print. This Bridge centered the experiences of women of
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  • mitochondria and myoglobin. This is the fastest muscle type in humans. It can contract more quickly and with a greater amount of force than oxidative muscle,
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  • a few others teach how to pass CAPM/PMP. The intent of this book is to bridge the gap between knowledge of Project Management and how to use it in an
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  • Table of content Abstract Factory Adapter Bridge Builder Chain of responsibility Command Composite Decorator Facade Factory method Flyweight Interpreter
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  • to the system, and bidding bad contracts (bad contracts are the ones that are below average in any competitive bridge hand) You think that you partner
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  • the bridge. The chorus may be very repetitive. Bridge, or Middle 8: a section of the song that is different from the verses and chorus. The bridge usually
    21 KB (3,728 words) - 14:32, 1 October 2015
  • Techniques in the play of the hand Terence Reese, a prolific author of bridge books, points out that there are only four ways of taking a trick, and two
    10 KB (1,668 words) - 15:01, 28 June 2014
  • contracts with the private sector that prevent contractors from hiring project staff away from government. Similarly, government employment contracts
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  • provided for inclusion into the game may be under a specific redistribution contract or license agreement which supersedes any text in this field. The license
    57 KB (6,663 words) - 20:46, 28 August 2015
  • forehead, shallow nasal bridge, flattened midface, average size trunk, large head relative to the body size Radiographs contracted base of the skull, square
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  • bifid scrotum, mental retardation Hernias, micrognathia, broad flat nasal bridge Pascual-Castroviejo: cerebro-facio-thoracic dysplasia Mental retardation
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  • Contents Instructions and tips for earning the Bats honor can be found in the Nature chapter. These places where bats sleep during the day or hibernate
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  • construction of Phase I (Contracts 1-4), which was delivered through a traditional design-bid-build process. Phase I consists of a bridge replacement at the
    28 KB (4,132 words) - 14:43, 6 November 2014

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