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A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material.
Tile or Tiles may also refer to:
Dominoes is a family of tile-based games played with gaming pieces, commonly known as dominoes. Each domino is a rectangular tile with a line dividing its face into two square ends. Each end is marked with a number of spots or is blank. The backs of the tiles in a set are indistinguishable, either blank or having some common design. The gaming pieces make up a domino set, sometimes called a deck or pack. The traditional European domino set consists of 28 tiles, also known as pieces, bones, rocks, stones, men, cards or just dominoes, featuring all combinations of spot counts between zero and six. A domino set is a generic gaming device, similar to playing cards or dice, in that a variety of games can be played with a set.
GM or Gm may refer to:
Integration may refer to:
Core or cores may refer to:
Coda or CODA may refer to:
An arm is an upper limb of the body.
Doublet is a word derived from the Latin duplus, "twofold, twice as much", and is used to indicate a pair of identical, similar, or related things.
Deck may refer to:
Set, The Set, SET or SETS may refer to:
Layout may refer to:
A domino is a tile used in a family of games called "dominoes".
Round or rounds may refer to:
Spinner may refer to:
End, END, Ending, or variation, may refer to:
Shuffling is a procedure used to randomize a deck of playing cards.
A lighthouse is a tower aiding marine navigation.
Muggins, sometimes also called All Fives, is a domino game played with any of the commonly available sets. Although suitable for up to four players, Muggins is described by John McLeod as "a good, quick two player game".
Double Six, double six, or double sixes may refer to:
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The following is a glossary of terms used in dominoes. Besides the terms listed here, there are numerous regional or local slang terms. Terms in this glossary should not be game-specific, i.e. specific to one particular version of dominoes, but apply to a wide range of domino games. For glossaries that relate primarily to one game or family of similar games, see the relevant article.