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Redhead
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Redhead: A person having red hair. (Zo?l.) (a) An American duck (Aythya Americana) highly esteemed as a game bird. It is closely allied to the canvasback, but is smaller
Ref.
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Ref.: Arbitrator, unbiased person who makes decisions and settles disputes umpire, official who enforces game rules during sports competitions
Refait
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Refait: A drawn game specif. (Trente et quarante), a state of the game in which the aggregate pip value of cards dealt to red equals that of those dealt to black. All bet
Relay
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Relay: A supply of anything arranged beforehand for affording relief from time to time, or at successive stages provision for successive relief. Specifically: (a) A suppl
Rematch
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Rematch: Make compatible again, harmonize again schedule a second game between two particular teams compete against someone again (as in an athletic game)
Replay
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Replay: Instance in which a recording is played again rematch, game that is played again repetition, reenactment
Retrieve
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Retrieve: A seeking again a discovery. [Obs.] B. Jonson. The recovery of game once sprung an old sporting term. [Obs.] Nares.
Return match
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Return match: Competitive game played against a rival that beat the team the last time
Reversis
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Reversis: A certain game at cards.
Ring-tailed
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Ring-tailed: A game in which the object is to toss a ring so that it will catch upon an upright stick.
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