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The community cards that everyone uses in combination with their pocket cards to form the best hand.
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verb senses derived from various senses of board (n.1) and board (n.2) include "come alongside" (a ship), mid-15c. (from n.2); "put boards on, frame with boards," late 14c. (implie [..]
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Old English bord "a plank, flat surface," from Proto-Germanic *burdam (source also of Old Norse borð "plank," Dutch bord "board," Gothic fotu-baurd "foot-stool,&quo [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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In Texas Hold 'Em Poker, the community cards dealt face up on the table.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Used by some of my friends to describe a map or level in a video game. Usually used when talking about said map or expressing opinion about that map.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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How retarded people spell the word bored.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Short for skateboard, snowboard, wakeboard, surfboard, and any other word the contains "board". Was shortened because it rolls off the tounge easier and sounds better in a sentence.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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A committee with authority and ability to make decisions or strong recommendations. [D02418]
Source: maxwideman.com

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A printed circuit and the substrate on which it lies.
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a committee having supervisory powers; "the board has seven members" get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.) a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide vari [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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A presentation of all the games and events available for betting in a sports book. (If wagers are being taken on a game, the game is "on the board," otherwise it is "off the board." [..]
Source: vegas.com

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a long flat piece of wood
Source: eenglish.in

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a store or stock of something hidden away. Squirrels have a hoard of nuts hidden away for the winter
Source: eenglish.in

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n. 1. In-context synonym for bboard; sometimes used even for USENET newsgroups. 2. An electronic circuit board (compare card).
Source: hacker-dictionary.com

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The highest level of governing body charged with the responsibility to direct and/or oversee the activities and management of the organization. Typically, this includes an independent group of directo [..]
Source: na.theiia.org

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Jensens Internet Dictionary A hardware component that fits into the expansion slot of a computer unit and expands the capabilities of the computer. A board can enable the computer to communicate with an external hardware device, such as a CD-ROM. Alternate terms are card, expansion card, interface card, interface board. (See also SCSI, Sound boar [..]
Source: comptechdoc.org

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  to make advances to; accost.
Source: shakespeare-online.com

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The covers of a hard bound book; the boards are the stiff cardboard or paperboard which is usually covered with cloth or leather; and when covered with paper, the covers are properly referred to as...
Source: ilab.org

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Always lower case unless it’s part of a proper title: so upper case for the Judicial Executive Board, but lower case for the DFT’s management board.
Source: gov.uk

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See: Paperboard
Source: intracen.org

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Short for printed circuit board or expansion board.
Source: webopedia.com

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bret
Source: yiddishdictionaryonline.com

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A general term for the sheet of rigid material forming one side of the cover of a book bound in hardcover, the upper board preceding the book block and the lower board following it. Up to the 16th cen [..]
Source: abc-clio.com

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often cap 1 a : a group of individuals having managerial, supervisory, investigatory, or advisory powers over a public or private business, trust, or other organization or institution [Board of ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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All the community cards in a hold'em game -- the flop, turn, and river cards together. Example: "There wasn't a single heart on the board."
Source: conjelco.com

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A heavy weight, thick sheet of paper or other fiber substances, usually of a thickness of .0006" or over. The distinction between board and paper is not definite.
Source: bindagraphics.com

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Any type of fibreboard or boxboard made on a cylinder machine. Has a characteristic grain direction.
Source: bindagraphics.com

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Alternate term for Mechanical.
Source: bindagraphics.com

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A sheet of varnished canvas, or a lightweight wooden board, upon which rubber slabs or parts are placed for transportation or storage.
Source: occupationalinfo.org

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paper of more than 200gsm
Source: bestprintingonline.com

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Foot
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The audio console from which the engineer operates. The audio engineer has faders that adjust the volume and mix the various elements in a Radio spot. Also known as a console.
Source: voices.com

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Papers of 220 gsm and above are often referred to as board.
Source: igd.com

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Short for "tote board," on which odds, betting pools and other information are displayed.
Source: equibase.com

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Papers of 220 gsm and over are generally called boards. They are most often of more than one ply.
Source: paper.org.uk

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To gain access to a vessel.
Source: logisuite.com

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The Board of Directors of the exchange, or any other body acting in lieu of and with the authority of the Board.
Source: cmegroup.com

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Stiff cardboard rather than paper, generally more than 200gsm
Source: filestore.harpercollins.co.uk

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Also control board. See mixer, mixing console
Source: stirlingaudioservices.com

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The name of the system you're building Chromium OS for; see the official Chrome OS device list
Source: chromium.org

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short for 'message board' similar to "bulletin board' and 'discussion forum'; discussion forums are more interactive than message boards or bulletin boards
Source: internetworldstats.com

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(n) a committee having supervisory powers(n) a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes(n) a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose(n) [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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tabula
Source: latin-dictionary.org

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A council which sits at a board or table; as “Board of Directors,” “Board of Guardians,” “School Board,” “Board of Trade,” etc. [..]
Source: bartleby.com

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Short for tote board, on which odds, betting pools and other information are displayed.
Source: saratogaracetrack.com

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Board means receiving regular meals (e.g., a meal plan). For example, college costs include room and board.
Source: edvisors.com

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Alternate term for Mechanical.
Source: e-printing.co.uk

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The physical printed circuit board that is depicted by your layout. “Board” refers to the physical board, “layout” refers to the electronic data.
Source: delorie.com

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A fixed signal regulating railroad traffic and usually referred to as a slow board, order board, clear board, or red board.
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— To go onto or into a transit vehicle. Plural: “Boardings”.
Source: sacrt.com

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To feed, house, and care for a dog for a fee.
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The funds in a booth consisting of tokens, cash, and MetroCards. Counting the board is the act of counting and recording the amount of funds in the booth.
Source: nycsubway.org

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The group in which legal authority is vested for the control of Health-related institutions and Organizations.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Hospital or other institutional committees established to protect the welfare of Research Subjects. Federal Regulations (the "Common Rule" (45 CFR 46)) mandate the use of these committees to [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Committees established to Review interim data and efficacy outcomes in clinical trials. The findings of these committees are used in deciding whether a trial should be continued as designed, changed, [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Organizations which certify Physicians and Dentists as specialists in various fields of medical and dental practice.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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1. To go alongside and enter a ship. 2. An oral examination before a panel of overseers.
Source: readyayeready.com

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To go on a boat; as in: Let's board the boat now.
Source: schoolofsailing.net

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    (1) The act of going aboard a vessel; (2) a group of persons meeting for a specific purpose, as an investigation board.  
Source: quarterdeck.org

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To go onboard, to go into a ship.
Source: caribbean-pirates.com

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To go aboard a vessel. Also, a group of persons meeting for a specific purpose, such as an investigation board.
Source: ussrankin.org

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Oral examination board.
Source: combat.ws

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to go onto a vessel
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To go onboard, to go into a ship.
Source: marinewaypoints.com

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To feed, house, and care for a dog for a fee.
Source: cats-and-dogs-on-the-web.com

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To feed, house, and care for a dog for a fee.
Source: bestfriendspetcare.com

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In beating to windward a board is the time a vessel is on one tack and the distance she makes on that tack. Thus it may be a long board or a short board. Working to windward by a long board and a shor [..]
Source: thecheappages.com

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A strip of metal that order tickets hang from. aka “rail”.
Source: chefsblade.monster.com

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Usually a wood plank with a 1" (nominal) thickness.
Source: frlco.com

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"Board" means board of directors.
Source: oregonlaws.org

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, (1) v. ‘To board a person,’ to bring him before a board (of Guardians, for instance) on some charge. ‘What ails you at the man?’ ‘Sure he boarded me an’ got me the sack’ (dismissed). ( [..]
Source: ulsterscotsacademy.com

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The Board of the National Superannuation Fund. Bond
Source: cinsf.com

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(1) A duplicate board. (2) The table on which the cards are played. (3) The dummy’s hand, so called because it lies on the table.
Source: acbl.org

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The board is the lowest horizontal marking on the front wall, with the tin beneath it for the full width of the court
Source: squashgame.info

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The surface on which you play a board game. Also referred to as the game board.
Source: boardgamespub.com

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A backgammon board
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(1) (slang) the dummy; dummy's cards, as spread on the table
Source: bridgeworld.com

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  (See “Gameboard”).
Source: thebiggamehunter.com

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is five community cards exposed on the river (among them 3 are exposed on the flops, 1 on the turn and 1 on the river).
Source: pokerist.com

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A shortened term referring to the Chessboard - the checker-pattern surface that the Pawns and Pieces move upon. The Board is made up of 64 squares in total, 32 are light-colored; the other 32 squares are dark colored.
Source: chess-game-strategies.com

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The community cards in flop games such as Texas Holdem
Source: poker.winner.com

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The domino tiles that have been played and set out on the playing area.  Also known as the "layout", "table", "tableau", or "line-of-pla [..]
Source: domino-play.com

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The exposed cards in Hold'em and stud.
Source: pokersyte.com

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A deal; the mechanical holder of a deal.
Source: betterbridge.com

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the shared cards in Hold'em and Omaha, e.g. the flop, turn, and river. "the board paired, giving me a full house against his flush."
Source: cardschat.com

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The five community cards in the middle of the table in poker games like Texas Hold'em and Omaha
Source: pokerschoolonline.com

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In poker, the community cards dealt face-up in the center of the table are referred to as on the “board.”
Source: blackraptor.net

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 The entire playing surface. Also, any of the four quadrants of the board. (i.e.. your inner board, your outer board, opponents inner board, and opponents outer board. In most backgammon tournam [..]
Source: gammoned.com

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Are the common cards for all players displayed over the poker table.
Source: sodapoker.com

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 to get on or into (a ship, aircraft or other vehicle).
Source: myenglishteacher.eu

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  Get on or enter a plane
Source: learn-english-today.com

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The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board.
Source: cnsopb.ns.ca

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The board of directors of Beach Energy Limited
Source: beachenergy.com.au

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The term “Board” usually refers to the State Board of Education. In some circumstances the term “Board” may refer to the Charter School Board or Local School Board. 
Source: azed.gov

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One of the 50 community mental health boards established by Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 340.03, to provide local planning, management and funding of mental health services in Ohio at the local level.
Source: mha.ohio.gov

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See Foreign-Trade Zones Board
Source: enforcement.trade.gov

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Totalisator board on which odds, betting pools and other information is displayed.
Source: sportsinteraction.com

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1) Another, less formal, term for Console. 2) A set of controls and their housing which control all signals necessary for recording and for mixing. 3) A slang shortening of the term Keyboard Instrumen [..]
Source: testing1212.co.uk

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the board of directors of the Company
Source: pacificbasin.com

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Board or Boards may refer to:
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Board or Boards may refer to:
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Board or Boards may refer to:
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In duplicate bridge, a board is an item of equipment that holds one deal, or one deck of 52 cards distributed in four hands of 13 cards each. The design permits the entire deal of four hands to be pas [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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