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Siegfried and Roy

n. [in poker] a pair of queens. (Refers to the three-decade-long Las Vegas show performed by Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn who raised tigers and lions in their home until Roy was bitten by a tiger onstage. See queen.) He’s holding a Siegfried and Roy.
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There is, of course, drama - the account of how Roy and his mate Blackie nearly missed the FA Cup final could be made into a TV series and Roy's team Melchester Rovers were not short of hard men such as Merv Wallace.
Roy had surrendered before the Lucknow police and had said that he respected the procedure of law and did not have any problem with it.
Roy said he was lucky to get his first posting at Rajgir in his home state.
Hours later Roy Sr was found dead in the grounds of the crematorium where Roy Jr's funeral had been held.
Once Roy had you in his sights, his "pitch"--for work, for some kind of commitment or, failing that, just one more moment of your time--never ended.
Roy saw that women on this unreal sunny day were dressed in a way he perceived as provocative, and in this strange arcade of chrome, glass, plastic, steel and neon, Roy felt very unsteady on his feet.
Roy and Pam settled in Leeton and Roy Ended up working for a rice producing company.
Roy Race first appeared in Amalgamated Press' new sports and adventure comic Tiger in September 1954.
The nurses on each floor tip off Roy and Francisco to which patients have been getting visitors and which ones have not.
Within these green, flower-filled spaces, Roy's characters and Roy herself as protagonist experience security, innocence, happiness, and a lasting enchantment with their worlds.
Roy McCoy didn't come to golf easily, but once he got started, he never looked back.
When Jerry Roy was hired by General Motors in 1977, at about age 21, his salary more than doubled from his job at a local supermarket.