Definition of Numbers pool
1. Noun. An illegal daily lottery.
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Literary usage of Numbers pool
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1. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by George Woodyatt Hastings, Andrew Edgar, Charles Wager Ryalls, Edwin Pears (1867)
"... will be to remove in great numbers pool- families who are at present huddled into the miserable sub-let houses of London ; and the question will ..."
2. Moses and Israel: Sacred Text of the Lessons by George Ripley Bliss, Franklin Johnson, American Bible Union (1874)
"... which have been seen there in great numbers. POOL, in Smith's Bible Dictionary, argues strongly for the derivation of the name from the red men, ..."
3. Managing Commuters' Behaviour: Managing Commuters' Behaviour : a New Role by Economic Research Centre (2002)
"The company should audit all its vehicle usage to establish the potential to reduce numbers, pool use and establish the case for shared use. ..."