numerology

Numerology information Raffles:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

urban

Definition funny of Raffles:

urbanraffle = rofl Means that something is usually funny, or it could not be and in that case, you would say "raffles" to mock someone, usually a noob. See: roofles

urbanEx1: Guy1: Haha check out this picture... Guy2: raffles Ex2: Guy1: Dude, lyke check out diz picture it'z lyke teh sex0r. Guy2: Raffles. Go home noob.

urbanRaffle Pronunciation: \'ra-fel\ Function(s): verb; noun 1. Raffle: (verb) To determinedly handle one's business in order to ultimately complete the task at hand Also: 2. Raffle (noun) A movement comprised mostly of professional rafflers and their cohorts. See also: Raffler Antonym: I.T.W.

urban"one day my ho' ridez da subway, an' den shez gon' da raffle??"

urbana lottery where prizes are guaranteed to be given out

urbanThe raffle at Club Palooza was the best!

urbanSynonymous with ROFL (similar pronounciations). However, it is more commonly used in the ayng dialect. can be combined with suffixes of the ayng or n00b dialects as well. origin: TNS

songs

Songs about Raffles:

songsRaffle Ticket by Linsey Alexander from the Album Been There Done That

songsMr Raffles (Man, It Was Mean) by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel from the Album The Best Years Of Our Lives

songsMr. Raffles (Man It Was Mean) by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel from the Album Make Me Smile

songsMr. Raffles (Man It Was Mean) [Live] by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel from the Album Make Me Smile: Steve Harley Live

songs1,000 Tears in the Gutter (Feat. Rimpau, G-Wiz & Raffle) by Wriott from the Album Sun Don't Chill

songs1946-12-18 - Raffle Guest Joan Bennett by Ed Gardner from the Album Duffy's Tavern - Old Time Radio Show, Vol. One

songsBeat Raffle by J.C. Amel from the Album Savage Aural Hotbed: The Unified Pounding Theory

books

Books about Raffles:

booksThe Raffle by Wayne D. Dundee (Feb 18, 2013)

booksThe Raffles Megapack: The Complete Tales of the Amateur Cracksman, plus Pastiches and Continuations by E.W. Hornung (May 30, 2013)

booksRaffles Collection (The collected stories of A. J. Raffles. Four books in one volume!) by E. W. Hornung (Mar 9, 2009)

booksDog Aliens 1: Raffle's Name by Cherise Kelley (Nov 7, 2012)

booksDivine Raffle by Shannah Biondine (Sep 30, 2014)

booksRaffles and the British Invasion of Java by Tim Hannigan (Feb 16, 2013)

booksMr. Justice Raffles by E.W. Hornung (Oct 19, 2014)

movies

Movies about Raffles:

moviesRaffles Double Feature 1930 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 23 mins Starring: David Niven and Dudley Digges

moviesThe Patty Duke Show: Season 2 2010 Unrated - Runtime: 15 hrs Starring: Patty Duke, Jean Byron, et al. Directed by: Stanley Prager

moviesThe Bill Engvall Show: Season 1 2008 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 56 mins Starring: Various Directed by: Various

moviesRaffles: Complete Collection 2010 NR - Runtime: 14 hrs Starring: Anthony Valentine, Christopher Strauli, et al.

moviesRaffles, The Amateur Cracksman / Raffles 1917 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs Starring: John Barrymore, House Peters, et al. Directed by: George Irving and E.W. Hornung

moviesRaffles Hotel 2008 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 31 mins Starring: Fujitani Miwako, Motoki Masahiro, et al. Directed by: Ryu Murakami and Ryu Mirakami

moviesRaffle 1994 PG-13 - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Nicholas Lea, Bobby Dawson, et al. Directed by: Gavin Wilding

wiki

Wiki information Raffles:

Stamford Raffles
Politician, Organization founder, Influence Node, Author, Person, Deceased Person, Literature Subject, Name source

Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, FRS was a British statesman, best known for his founding of the city of Singapore and the London Zoo. He is often described as the "Father of Singapore" and the "Father of the London Zoo". He was also heavily involved in...

A. J. Raffles
Fictional Character

E. W. Hornung wrote a series of twenty-six short stories and one novel about the adventures of Arthur J. Raffles, cricketeer and gentleman thief, and his chronicler, Harry "Bunny" Manders, in London, between 1898 and 1909. The first story, "The Ides...