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Scrabble

™ a board game in which words are formed by placing lettered tiles in a pattern similar to a crossword puzzle
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Summary: Good strategies and the hunger to win the game is what cracks the code in a scrabble game, says one of the top-ranked veteran scrabblers at a Gulf Scrabble Championship dominated by the UAE.
A micro-sampling knife and a diamond scrabbler are available options.
Wales needed a scrabbler on the deck to capitalise on Quinnell's power and provide continuity.
Artefacts on show include a scrabbler, or soil cultivator, used in Black Lane Allotments and a bean dibber to die for - obviously only if you are a gardener or keen allotment holder.
Eric Chaikin and Julian Petrillo are pleased to report that their film "Word Wars--Tiles and Tribulations on the Scrabbler Circuit" will premiere at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 15-25, 2004.
The Quality Hotel in Allesley will welcome the nation's top Scrabblers over five days in January as they put their talents on the line in an attempt to be crowned the UK's number one.
Not that Scrabblers care all that much about definitions, qapik is a unit of currency in Azerbaijan.