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racino
 n.— «In Chicago, the owner of Arlington Park talks of turning his track into a “racino,” by putting in black jack, crap tables et al.» —“Greenwood’s glory reduced to simulcasts” by Jamie Wayne Financial Post (Toronto, Can.) July 20, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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