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 n.— «If you believe beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant did possess “bug” or lottery tickets, and that they were a part of the paraphernalia of the lottery known as the “bug” or numbers game, and the defendant thus aided, assisted and participated in the carrying on of the lottery, if one was carried on, you would be authorized to convict the defendant of this charge.» —“101 Ga. App. 481; 114 SE2d 221″ by Pharr Stubblefield v.the State 38210 (Fulton Co., Ga.) Dec. 17, 1959. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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