Pairs definition

Pairs means a two-digit wager designed to match the first two, last two, or first and last digits of the Winning Numbers drawn by the CLC in exact order.
Pairs means a type of bet where a Subscriber attempts to forecast that the first number Drawn in a Game of Keno shall be one of a selected Pair of numbers in the Keno Grid;
Pairs means the Professional Association of Internes and Residents of Saskatchewan.

Examples of Pairs in a sentence

  • Pairs are cabled on common axis with No. 24 AWG, stranded (7x32) tinned copper drain wire.

  • Between Edges of Pairs of Doors: 1/8 inch plus or minus 1/16 inch.

  • Pairs: Provide fire-retardant stiles that are listed and labeled for applications indicated without formed-steel edges and astragals.

  • A new issuance of Hedgelet Pairs will commence no later than two (2) business days following the Expiration Date.

  • Splitting Pairs - Whenever the initial two (2) cards dealt to a player are the same value, the player may split the hand into two (2) separate hands provided that the wager placed on the second hand is equal to the original wager.

  • All such requests must be lodged by the team’s Captain or his designee, or by one member of the pair in the Pairs events.

  • The Payout Criterion for each Contract in the Hedgelet Pair will be set by HedgeStreet at the time the Hedgelet Pairs are initially issued.

  • A morphologically encoded subject in EP main clauses occurs since the – strong EPP feature on T allows predication for the ѵP.

  • Between Edges of Pairs of Doors: 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch plus or minus 1/32 inch.

  • After two (2) cards have been dealt to each player and the appropriate number to the dealer except where otherwise noted, the player will indicate whether he wishes to Double Down, Split Pairs, Stand, Draw or Surrender, if permitted by HCT.

More Definitions of Pairs

Pairs means a type of Play in which a Player wagers on only two (2) of the three (3) digits of a Pick 3 number.

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