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Pall-mall
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Pall-mall: A game formerly common in England, in which a wooden ball was driven with a mallet through an elevated hoop or ring of iron. The name was also given to the mal
Partridge
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Partridge: Any one of numerous species of small gallinaceous birds of the genus Perdix and several related genera of the family Perdicid?, of the Old World. The partridge
Patolli
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Patolli: An American Indian game analogous to dice, probably originally a method of divination.
Philopena
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Philopena: A present or gift which is made as a forfeit in a social game that is played in various ways also, the game itself. [Written also fillipeen and phillippine.] N
Pinball
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Pinball: Type of arcade game in which one hits a ball across a sloped surface to strike objects and score points
Pinball machine
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Pinball machine: Coin-operated game machine with an inclined board having pins and holes for scoring
Pinch runner
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Pinch runner: (Baseball) player sent into a game as a substitute base runner
Ping-pong paddle
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Ping-pong paddle: Small wooden racket used in the game of ping-pong
Pitch
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Pitch: A throw a toss a cast, as of something from the hand as, a good pitch in quoits. Pitch and toss, a game played by tossing up a coin, and calling "Heads or tails "
Play leapfrog
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Play leapfrog: Jump over, play a game in which one person jumps over the other
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