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crib

Slang for one's dwelling place.
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With the kitchen table cleared, the policeman broke out a cribbage board and a new deck of cards.
Under the south facade, two vertical columns of cribbage work were sunk to hard moraine while the fort above was supported by giant needle beams on hydraulic jacks.
They don't crawl, slither, or swim, but these lizard, snake, and whale shapes still serve a purpose: they're unlikely, oversize cribbage boards.
From a collector's point of view, the interesting thing about cribbage is the way the scores are kept using pegs, or spilikins, on a board with lines of holes known as 'streets'.
Slots for the event filled up days before the event, leaving many cribbage players pining for a spot in the tournament.
Claim to fame: Brittany may well be the youngest tournament cribbage player in Oregon.
Mr Plumley, who died aged 95 in 1971, saved photos of fellow explorers, postcards, a dog collar, a cribbage board and a fork stamped "Discovery 1901".
The collection of items, including leather collars from sled-dogs, playing cards and a cribbage board, is being sold by the grandson of Frank Plumley, the expedition blacksmith and wheelwright.
Top of my list of favourites has to be RiverBoat Solitaire and Cribbage from VCI Software.
On Sunday, February 11th, the first 99 customers can buy a Lucky Seven Gaming Classics set that includes dominoes, cribbage, playing cards, and frosted glass checkers, chess, and backgammon - a $35.
How many holes are there on a classic cribbage board?