croupier

[ kroo-pee-er, -pee-ey; French kroo-pyey ]SEE DEFINITION OF croupier

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Caumartin, the first croupier, shot hisself, and Nogeot go mad.

And feeling a terrible habitué, he said to the croupier in French: 'Maximum.

The croupier shifted his weight, then caught the wheel and spun it savagely.

She spoke angrily to a croupier who delayed handing her some change.

"The place shall be kept for madame," the croupier whispered.

Another turn, and that, too, chinked as it fell into the cash-box of the croupier!

The croupier pounded three times with a little gavel and said, "103 sub-prime 5."

He was shown to a table to the left of the croupier's booth.

"Table 111 takes us for a hundred fifty credits," came the croupier's cry.

No sign of Steve there; he had to be on the other side of the croupier.

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