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  • having lottery tickets in possession — An offense by ordinance or statute passed to suppress lotteries, some of which make it an offense to have the tickets in one s possession, unless it is shown that the possession is innocent or for a lawful purpose. See 34 Am JIst Lot §26 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Lottery — ticket redirects here. For the film, see Lottery Ticket (film). For other uses, see Lottery (disambiguation). A lottery is a form of gambling which involves the drawing of lots for a prize. Lottery is outlawed by some governments, while others… …   Wikipedia

  • Lottery scheduling — is a probabilistic scheduling algorithm for processes in an operating system. Processes are each assigned some number of lottery tickets, and the scheduler draws a random ticket to select the next process. The distribution of tickets need not be… …   Wikipedia

  • Lottery! — was an ABC television series that premiered on September 9, 1983, and aired for one season of 17 episodes. The episodes centered around ordinary people who have won the lottery all of a sudden becoming millionaires and how it changes their lives …   Wikipedia

  • lottery — /lot euh ree/, n., pl. lotteries. 1. a gambling game or method of raising money, as for some public charitable purpose, in which a large number of tickets are sold and a drawing is held for certain prizes. 2. any scheme for the distribution of… …   Universalium

  • lottery — 01. She won almost two million dollars in the [lottery]. 02. I never buy [lottery] tickets because I read in the paper that you have more chance of being hit by lightning than of winning the grand prize. 03. What was the winning number in last… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • lottery wheel — noun : a revolving drum or hollow cylinder in which lottery tickets are mixed and from which the winning numbers are drawn called also policy wheel * * * lottery wheel, the wheel used for shuffling the numbers on lottery tickets …   Useful english dictionary

  • lottery mentality — (LAWT.uh.ree men.TAL.uh.tee) n. 1. The desire to obtain money without working for it. 2. The belief that a large sum of money can solve a person s problems. Example Citation: • Many years ago, my late mother believed that one of the biggest… …   New words

  • lottery */ — UK [ˈlɒtərɪ] / US [ˈlɑtərɪ] noun Word forms lottery : singular lottery plural lotteries 1) [countable] a game designed to raise money by selling lottery tickets that people buy hoping that their numbers are chosen by chance in the draw so that… …   English dictionary

  • lottery — lot|ter|y [ latəri ] noun * 1. ) count a game designed to raise money by selling lottery tickets that people buy hoping that their numbers are chosen by chance in the drawing so that they win a money prize: the National Lottery She won a million… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lottery — /lotoriy/ A chance for a prize for a price. A scheme for the distribution of a prize or prizes by lot or chance, the number and value of which is determined by the operator of lottery. U.S. v. Baker, C.A.Pa., 364 F.2d 107, 111. Essential elements …   Black's law dictionary

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