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Frasi con gamble (in inglese)

  1. You took a huge gamble.
  2. You are ready to gamble.
  3. But he decided to gamble.
  4. Procter & Gamble owns Mr.
  5. Doing so is a pure gamble.
  6. The gamble was paying off.
  7. It was a dangerous gamble.
  8. It had been a gamble, the.
  9. After that it was a gamble.
  10. But that was quite a gamble.
  11. He did not drink nor gamble.
  12. In a sense, it’s a gamble.
  13. It was time to take a gamble.
  14. That would be your gamble Mr.
  15. It was a gamble worth taking.
  16. You are not in business to gamble.
  17. We don’t have the cash to gamble.
  18. It’s a gamble, she speculated.
  19. It seemed Rhals gamble had paid off.
  20. He took a gamble, and opened his eyes.
  21. It was a gamble, Conklin told Yuki.
  22. For example, in the case when Gamble > 5.
  23. It was a gamble they were willing to take.
  24. Early in thе tоurnаmеnt, dоn't gamble.
  25. His garden Major Gamble calls Mount Jerome.
  26. It will be a gamble, but a very interesting.
  27. It was however a gamble that had to be taken.
  28. Oh, it wasn't a gamble, it was a sure thing.
  29. He also convinced Procter & Gamble to invest.
  30. That would be a pretty big gamble, she said.
  31. For the gamble is so minor, but the gain so great.
  32. Life is not a gamble of choosing a migration place.
  33. I have already vowed to Sue that I shall not gamble.
  34. We had staked our salvation on this one last gamble.
  35. It was a gamble, and I was given a chance to decline.
  36. No, sir, life is a gamble and that is enough for me.
  37. Brian and I spotted a tree at the north end of Gamble.
  38. As the weeks went by, his gamble had proven a good one.
  39. Every decision involved a gamble of millions of pounds.
  40. You are probably trying to gamble with a total stinker.
  41. It was a gamble, but then, I told myself, life is a gamble.
  42. It was a gamble, but I had to know if he had those pictures.
  43. Her gamble seemingly paid off, with Shanandar bowing to her.
  44. Young Gamble had enough wits left to recall that by keeping.
  45. As she expected, Zohori went out to gamble, with some friends.
  46. More I shall not give you, for you would only gamble it away.
  47. He could only gamble on them slowing at the last few seconds.
  48. It was a gamble, one I did not worry about, but one that was.
  49. Mr Black was next to him when his gamble of $30,000 evaporated.
  50. Procter & Gamble is known as a company that does its homework.
  51. Perhaps it was a reluctance to risk or gamble on a new venture.
  52. Love is a gamble, she thought stepping out of the bathtub.
  53. Unless you love to gamble, buying options is a losing proposition.
  54. A chart containing numerous strong gaps is that of Procter & Gamble.
  55. What is the story, Jack? I mean, Barry says this is a real gamble.
  56. The gamble had failed and the empire was now reduced to their shores.
  57. This was the part of the story that she had to take a wild gamble on.
  58. I do not support this theory and see it as a gamble with your health.
  59. David also loved a gamble much to the bewilderment of his wife Theresa.
  60. Creating this kind of interface was more of a gamble than a certainty.
  61. A man could gamble himself to poverty and still be a gentleman, but a.
  62. The only way to really win was to gamble more than he could afford to lose.
  63. Remember: a trade without these three numbers is not a trade but a gamble.
  64. I also pardon error, to use an old Procter & Gamble advertising slogan 99.
  65. They gamble now — they roll the dice — that the lie won’t be discovered.
  66. Ladbrokes, features over three miles on the lucky gamble – with all the others.
  67. Quite so, continued Clayton It was gamble, but it seems to have paid off.
  68. When you say it was a gamble, could you explain what you mean to the jury?
  69. Or I could stay with her and not have kids – possibly anyway, that was the gamble.
  70. However, those investing should have realised what a major gamble this actually was.
  71. Obviously, war is always a risky gamble, and a nation should choose to engage in war.
  72. The rules would be that you could gamble all night, and you would never lose a dollar.
  73. Those with weapons took the lead—a gamble that they wouldn’t be taken from behind.
  74. To maintain my sanity and my happiness in life, I can never be tempted to gamble again.
  75. I took a gamble and told him I was an occasional escort with an exclusive Mayfair agency.
  76. I could hold that part of the position as an inexpensive bullish gamble, but I will not.
  77. He still had a thousand dollars to gamble with by the time Tabitha arrived at their suite.
  78. It was a gamble, but with all my employees still in place, I knew I had a fighting chance.
  79. In a desperate gamble, he took as much power as he could personally hold out of his attack.
  80. Willing to gamble my life to satisfy his thirst—and willing to end a thousand to keep me.
  81. The longer they travelled, the heavier it rained and the more the thing felt like a gamble.
  82. I could gamble $10 million, so tell me more about how the system works, countered Max.
  84. It’s a gamble, but I have to report Bull’s truck stolen so that we can track Pooh down.
  85. Beware! If things continue as they are, especially post 2012, you will have made a bad gamble.
  86. But the reality is that we are all susceptible to the temptation to gamble on earnings reports.
  87. In this century, men attend to business, they gamble on 'Change, they win money, they are stingy.
  88. The majority believed that the picodust was worth the gamble for ultimate power—and ultimate knowledge.
  89. However, while Johnson & Johnson is a solid company, we must still be prudent and not gamble on earnings.
  90. He said: I've worked all my life, I've invested, I've saved, I don't drink, I don't smoke, I don't gamble.
  91. We may gamble on its restoration, counting on the possibility that the Plague shall return within our time.
  92. In 1956 Roy had taken an advisory position with Procter & Gamble, which had absorbed his Duncan Hines brand.
  93. This was a gamble because it had been evident since 1996 that a substantial bull market crowd had developed.
  94. The gamble paid off in the Bretons’ favor, as the way forward was amazingly devoid of any detectable life.
  95. It was gamble, which could have dramatically misfired, and yet, as if by some miracle, Catherine had agreed.
  96. Or we can take a gamble, based on our deductions and our moral reasoning, and try to stop the Icebreaker.
  97. Carter loved to gamble, but he had neither the discipline of a professional poker player nor any luck at all.
  98. She took a gamble when she launched her own cable TV network which she describes as mindful television.
  99. No, I don’t gamble, I said and in the middle of the deck, I found both Dad’s and Grandpop’s Trumps.
  100. Contrary to the opinions of his co-workers, he did not gamble in his trading; he played in favor with the odds.
  1. Gambling is not my thing.
  2. Gambling was out of favor.
  3. A 6: Gambling or Speculation.
  4. Life does not end in gambling.
  5. Or the gambling, or the booze.
  6. It was the same with gambling.
  7. Only after you stop gambling.
  8. Others through sex or gambling.
  9. Those Symbols in Gambling City.
  10. We are not interested in gambling.
  11. No, I don't believe in gambling.
  12. Legalized online gambling in the U.
  13. Have you been gambling again?
  14. It did not have a culture of gambling.
  15. No gambling and no wenching in the room.
  16. American culture is normalizing gambling.
  17. City with the largest gambling revenue.
  18. The clearly explains that the Gambling is.
  19. Deacon Jones: I could not stop my gambling.
  20. And all during the war when I was gambling.
  21. This is nothing but a state approved gambling.
  22. Caroline didn’t care too much for gambling.
  23. Of course, for the gambling to be honest and.
  24. In Gambling City’s case, the cash was here.
  25. Just consider two books dealing with gambling.
  26. It is a common knowledge that in any gambling.
  27. It is the land of gambling, the land of cards.
  28. Have you no other employment than gambling?
  29. Then, he remembered the Gambling City streets.
  30. In gambling the only asset you have is yourself.
  31. By the grace of God, I was able to stop gambling.
  32. Gambling City was some seven thousand miles away.
  33. Apparently the motive was online gambling debts.
  34. Jamie ran up gambling debts, and the two men who.
  35. There were very few homes and hardly any gambling.
  36. Gambling is even more dangerous in spread betting.
  37. Neither of them had an interest in gambling as such.
  38. The warehouses in both Dale City and Gambling City.
  39. They finished up as the sun rose over Gambling City.
  40. Sports has been swallowed by the racket of gambling.
  41. He would do anything for her; even give up gambling.
  42. Tom could see that continued gambling was impossible.
  43. Tell me, are you never going to give up gambling?
  44. Locke thought of the Symbols infecting Gambling City.
  45. Overeating For Good and Stop Gambling For Good.
  46. Gambling habit? I wasn’t sure what to make of that.
  47. Dale City, Gambling City, Snow City, Red Star City.
  48. This place was a real metropolis, more of a gambling.
  49. With the mushrooming numbers of gambling casinos and.
  50. HERBIE: It's obvious that Frank had a gambling problem.
  51. But, here is the most important piece of gambling: It.
  52. In gambling you set the guidelines and make the rules.
  53. Inconsistent trading is not much better than gambling.
  54. Man is a sort of casino putting gambling on the table.
  55. A seedy district in Sector6 where gambling, drugs and.
  56. I also found out that Christians do not forbid gambling.
  57. In my opinion, one of the best parts about gambling at.
  58. It was then and there that I first started the gambling.
  59. So did the gambling since money was no longer plentiful.
  60. He had made his mark gambling and was still going to be.
  61. Besides being an alky, I used to have a gambling problem.
  62. If there’s one thing I’ve learned about gambling.
  63. The love he felt for her surpassed the thrill of gambling.
  64. It was a noisy place full of clattering gambling machines.
  65. It turned out these individuals had big gambling problems.
  66. They actually think gambling is good for you? That is sick.
  67. A jet engine? The Gambling City buses idled without a sound.
  68. Instead, he stared at Gambling City vanishing into the haze.
  69. Gambling is a retreat from reality and thus destroys sanity.
  70. I had of late begun to frequent Zcrstchikov's gambling saloon.
  71. A gambling house, huh? So this is what Van Thorn’s planning.
  72. He said the position of the Church was to allow gambling as.
  73. The gambling house, in essence, had unlimited risk on the bet.
  74. His father had hurt the family through his gambling addiction.
  75. He married some rich author who doesn’t approve of gambling.
  76. They admitted stealing $163,000 to cover their gambling losses.
  77. People made money at the fair and lost it gambling in the inns.
  78. He’d get right to it as soon as they landed in Gambling City.
  79. Any of the roofs of Gambling City’s casinos were high enough.
  80. His oftentimes stupendously good luck, for example, at gambling.
  81. He also was in hock several thousand dollars for gambling debts.
  82. Their main occupation was gambling and stealing from each other.
  83. I need to rename the account the degenerate gambling account.
  84. San Francisco was a town of brothels, saloons and gambling halls.
  85. When those words came to mind, LP’s gambling instincts kicked in.
  86. It could be a gambling debt that he had been pressuring him about.
  87. If they appear in a gambling environment it is probably connected.
  88. When he exited Gambling City airport, a limousine waited for Locke.
  89. Whenever I was home, he expected me to provide his gambling funds.
  90. But that evening there was no "banker" there or gambling going on.
  91. The Homicide Division of Gambling City moved on, and so had Locke.
  92. Gambling had been ubiquitous in the area since the first miners had.
  93. Do you understand that trading is not gambling and that there is a.
  94. This is one source where our modern addiction for Gambling came from.
  95. Alcohol and gambling had been involved in the fracas the prior night.
  96. Not to mention the fact that he owned several gambling establishments.
  97. Despite the confidence he had shown Philemon, he knew he was gambling.
  98. The idea of gambling in the verse refers to the fundamental character.
  99. Untold speculators gambling with leverage have been destroyed this way.
  100. During the SST ride to Gambling City, Locke planned his talk with Jade.
  1. She had gambled and lost.
  2. He had gambled with that comment.
  3. Once again, I gambled by doing nothing.
  4. One of the biggest things gambled upon at.
  5. She had gambled on the continuance of the.
  6. In the casino they gambled on the success of.
  7. One of the biggest things gambled upon at the.
  8. I would place a bet on that, if Faeries gambled.
  9. There they smoked and drank, and gambled and laughed.
  10. He had rightly gambled that a handpicked few of these.
  11. Sitting there while their future was being gambled upon.
  12. But he gambled it away the next day, Breckenridge noted.
  13. Well, I had twenty roubles in my pocket, and I gambled them away.
  14. I gambled away the best gift I ever had given to me, I see that now.
  15. He gambled on hunches and used his professional income to support his habit.
  16. They arrived at the vacant warehouses only to learn that they gambled and lost.
  17. The Roman soldiers at the scene gambled over His clothes, as it seems that the.
  18. In twenty years he spent and gambled his way through the bulk of the family’s wealth.
  19. Driving back to the Arthur's Pass turn off, LP gambled on getting over snow covered Alps.
  20. Because the unlucky fool gambled more silver on horse-fighting than he could afford to pay.
  21. These tramps had gambled with a young prisoner of some means and deprived him of all his money.
  22. There were young men with money who gambled but this one’s attention didn’t seem to be focussed on the cards.
  23. It sort of replaced the inheritance her grandfather had left her which had been gambled and embezzled by her father.
  24. They drew their courage from the gambled everything on a Cause that was gone and were content to be proud of having past.
  25. He was dishonest, had debts, had gambled, and had seduced many women; but he was clever, sagacious, and a good magistrate.
  26. You did your work, maybe you also gambled a bit, and then you performed the same steps to travel back to your home in Malibu.
  27. He gambled with them, putting up his girdle and sheath for a stake, won their money and weapons, and gave them back with a laugh.
  28. They were always alert for the faintest sign that they had been noticed and they never gambled — with their own money that was.
  29. She had gambled correctly that at least a few of her students would pounce on the opportunity to be visibly helpful and knowledgeable.
  30. The eldest, a worthless fellow of a moody disposition, filled Sulaco with the noise of his dissipations, and gambled heavily at the club.
  31. She lay there, while the dew formed on the grass about her and the leaves overhead, and the men about the fire cursed, gambled and argued.
  32. So he gambled, and faced up against the leader, knowing that the Goddess had not taken him this far just to see everything fall apart again.
  33. Hitler had gambled and lost, and in losing, had not only sealed the fate of his armies in the west, but had also made defeat in the east inevitable.
  34. I was horribly terrified but under the circumstances I gambled that the little girl was too sleepy to fully understand what was going on around her.
  35. But you did the smart thing and attended to your work in a timely manner, and gambled that we would judge your assistance to be worth this transgression.
  36. There was hardly a family in Georgia who could not own to their sorrow at least one male member or relative who gambled, losing money, houses, land and slaves.
  37. She could feel her wet petticoat and pantalets cold about her ankles, but she was beyond caring about the wreck of the costume on which she had gambled so much.
  38. Had we gambled by staying in our position through earnings, it was likely that we got scared and sold near the low of the day or simply got stopped out for a loss.
  39. Marni gambled on the stock exchange, and made two million dollars in a few minutes, so that she could get even with the wicked baron, and force him to recall Raoul.
  40. While the PSP boasted superior graphics and power, following a trend established since the mid-1980s, Nintendo gambled on a lower-power design but featuring a novel control interface.
  41. It had made that appropriation of eight millions of dollars for a sinking fund, not to be touched for any other purpose, and which, at the time of the appropriation, no man dared to believe would be gambled away.
  42. With the ever-increasing demand for electric-powered vehicles of any kind, the company had gambled to a certain extent on the racing of magnetic levitation cars, for they would have spent a certain amount of cash on advertising and promotion anyway.
  43. Because of his arrogant nature and posh English accent, the other inmates targeted him and the guards hated the fact he had wasted and gambled away more money in two minutes that they could earn in a lifetime, so they turned a blind eye when he was bullied.
  44. Rex seemed a rough, healthy, prosperous fellow whose name was already familiar to him from reading the political reports; he gambled in an open-handed but sensible manner; he seemed to keep reasonably good company; he had a future; Lady Marchmain disliked him.
  45. He alluded himself quite openly to the current story how once, during some campaign (when in command of a brigade), he had gambled away his horses, pistols, and accoutrements, to the very epaulettes, playing monte with his colonels the night before the battle.
  46. When, however, Nekhludoff joined the Guards, and spent and gambled away so much money that Elena Ivanovna had to draw from her capital, she scarcely grieved, considering it quite natural and even beneficial to be thus inoculated when young and in good society.
  47. Dearling, you stated… He went to the stenographer and glanced to the line she indicated, that ‘you ate dinner at the same table and gambled with him, but hardly knew him,’ yet in this very room we have an eyewitness, Officer Segovia, who knows better.
  48. He knew he had transgressed into territory generally prohibited to his station, but curiosity had been eating at him for some time and he gambled that the worst he could expect was probably a glare and a caution to restrict his attentions to matters that did concern him.
  49. But when Nekhludoff entered the Guards and spent and gambled away so much with his aristocratic companions that Elena Ivanovna, his mother, had to draw on her capital, she was hardly pained, considering it quite natural and even good that wild oats should be sown at an early age and in good company, as her son was doing.
  50. It has eaten too much, drank too much, danced too much, flirted too much, smoked too much, gambled too much, run riot in frivolity, gone mad in greed, flaunted its pageantry of pride, coveted, lusted, blasphemed, forsaken God, despised religion, loved leasing, and hated honest toil, with its health-giving frugality and slow but solid gains.
  51. To find himself without money after a run of bad luck at monte in the low, smoky room of Domingo's posada, where the fraternity of Cargadores gambled, sang, and danced of an evening; to remain with empty pockets after a burst of public generosity to some peyne d'oro girl or other (for whom he did not care), had none of the humiliation of destitution.
  52. Then they went to Saint-Cloud by the coach, looked at the dry cascade and exclaimed, "This must be very beautiful when there is water!" They breakfasted at the Tete-Noir, where Castaing had not yet been; they treated themselves to a game of ring-throwing under the quincunx of trees of the grand fountain; they ascended Diogenes' lantern, they gambled for macaroons at the roulette establishment of the Pont de Sevres, picked bouquets at Pateaux, bought reed-pipes at Neuilly, ate apple tarts everywhere, and were perfectly happy.
  1. Yes, he gambles, but he will always cover his bets.
  2. However, PT as described above pertains to one-off gambles.
  3. I make trades based on historical odds, not guesses or hopes or gambles.
  4. Risk preferences in a sequence of gambles depend on how prior gains and losses influence loss aversion over time.
  5. People are willing to take on gambles they would not otherwise accept if these might permit them to make up for losses.
  6. It was a gambler's action, but his whole life had probably been made up of gambles; it could hardly be otherwise in the outback.
  7. It went like that for five minutes, he's too young, too old, too shy, too shallow, he gambles, he drinks, he's married, he's married and has a girlfriend.
  8. John gambles dreadfully, and always loses—poor boy! He is beset by sharpers: John is sunk and degraded—his look is frightful—I feel ashamed for him when I see him.
  9. If people naturally took into account their whole wealth when considering the offered gambles, they would not reject actuarially advantageous gambles as often as they do.
  10. Traditional decision theory analyzes choices between uncertain gambles, the simplest of which are characterized by two possible outcomes and their associated probabilities.
  11. There is one interesting exception to caution after losses: if investors have a chance to fully recover a prior loss, they will accept gambles that they would normally reject.
  12. Such a difference could reflect incomplete adaptation to recent changes in wealth, so past experiences can matter: A person who has not made peace with his losses is likely to accept gambles that would be unacceptable to him otherwise.

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