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Littlewoods

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLittlewoodsLit‧tle‧woods1 /ˈlɪtlwʊdz/ trademark  a former company that operated football pools in the UK (=a system by which people risk small amounts of money on the results of football games, and can win a lot of money if they guess the results correctly). The company sold off its pools business, but the name Littlewoods is still used as part of Sportech PLC's online gambling (gamble) services.LittlewoodsLittlewoods2 trademark  a part of Shop Direct's online shopping services. In the past, Littlewoods was a group of British shops selling clothes, food, and electrical goods.
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