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A term of art for a mutation that occurs early in the growth of a culture; jackpots affect the mutation frequency but not the rate
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Players in the capital hit the jackpot 572 times, winning more than [euro]856million in the past 30 years.
The jackpot starts at $40 million and increases by a minimum of $5 million per draw.
2) Sabrina Medina, 28, left, pauses at a San Fernando 7-Eleven on Tuesday as she thinks of what she would do with $100 million if she wins the big jackpot.
To celebrate the company's one-year anniversary, Jackpot Rewards[TM](www.
California's largest lotto jackpot stands at $193 million, which was divided among three winners in February 2002.
The next drawing for Jackpot Rewards' weekly guaranteed $1 million jackpot is this Sunday, March 23, 2008.
The jackpot for tonight's draw stands at an estimated $21 million, because no one had won it in three previous tries.
For the MEGA Millions draw, a winner of the $122 million jackpot would receive annual payments of $4.
Under the old rules, the lottery paid off in 20 equal annual payments - a $3 million jackpot, for example, brought 20 annual payments of $150,000 each.
The popular CLINT EASTWOOD BRONCO BILLY video wide-area progressive slot machines includes a unique scatter pay progressive element which allows players to turn one additional credit into a chance to win the progressive jackpot.
The cousins held their collective breath as it was brought to gaff, since Garant's barracuda boated earlier had been a shoe-in for the $165 jackpot for biggest fish.
Labor Day has come and gone, but pick the winning numbers to the $114 million MEGA Millions jackpot, the 2nd largest jackpot in the world, and you could be back on holiday before you know it, permanently.