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You could get the numbers of the notes from Kentman the bookmaker, Inspector; he'll probably have the big ones, anyway.
By return of post came the desired release from the bookmaker, and Mr. Arundel handed it to the boy with a pleasant smile.
The bookmaker was Nicholas Gerard, always called Nick by everybody.
"Even hundred nobody names it," yelled a bookmaker in the ring.
Yes: a bookmaker is a man who lives by betting on the races.
About the stall of the one lone bookmaker a small crowd, made up altogether of men, eddied and swirled.
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The little betting ring was empty almost and the lone bookmaker was turning his blackboard down.
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After that she went to hops at the hotel, and as the bookmaker did not dance, the two young people sat upon the piazza.
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For an instant the face of the bookmaker grew a shade less red and his eyes searched those of Ford in a quick agony of suspicion.
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We have really much difficulty in portraying upon our mental speculum so anomalous an animal as an Oriental bookmaker.

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