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Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, a US-based resort in Northwest Florida Gulf Coast in Destin, Florida (the resort), has announced hosting the 5th Annual World Bunco Championship by The World Bunco Association) (WBA).
The Court stated, "We agree with Bunco Popular that in neither Jugan nor Karo was there a 'misrepresentation,' as that term is commonly understood in the context of fraud, but we had no hesitancy in permitting plaintiffs' claims to proceed in each case.
Specially after I poked around and learned the Madame's qualifications for horoscope-readings consist of 19 convictions for fraud, bunco scams, and operating illegal "games of chance" in Atlantic City.
Pete, announces, "THERE WILL BE A SHUFFLERS' MEETING IN THE CLUBHOUSE AT ONE O'CLOCK THIS AFTERNOON THERE WILL BE MEN'S CARDS AT TWO THERE WILL BE BUNCO AT FOUR COFFEE TEA AND BROWNIES WILL BE SERVED .
Dirk Moore, a Texas member of the National Association of Bunco Investigators who has investigated the Travellers for 12 years, said he was surprised Toogood surrendered to police.
NBC ta1 = banc NBC ta2 = bacon, bench, bronc, bunco, cabin NBC-TV ta4 = vantbrace NBC-TV ta5 = incubative TV SPECIAL ta2 = copulatives, speculative LAS VEGAS tp = salvages LAS VEGAS ta1 = aasvogels, salvagees, salvagers, vassalage
There's been an ongoing bunco game played over Bosnia.
And, sure, I've run across some who could double as bunco artists or three-card-monte manipulators.
Known as con artists, scam artists, swindlers, shysters, grifters, bunco artists, or fraudsters, these criminals perpetrate a significant portion of the large-scale and sophisticated fraud schemes that victimize individuals, banks, businesses, and government agencies.
QUITO -- Ecuador's state banks, Filanbanco and Bunco del Pacifico, ended 2000 with losses of $150.
Bunco and Bunkum Exposed - How to Protect Yourself (1989), Beyond Beyond Beyond - The Morrow of Life (1990), and Accounting and Taxes for Magicians (1995).
When Feeny, a cop down in bunco division, calls someone "subtle," he means "a classy thinka.