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Toonies, croaking Costa, abbreviations, and the June 2010 BBT Tally

HAPPY CANADA DAY! 143 YEARS AND COUNTING!

High-scoring words of the night:

ROSEBUDS (240 points) – against Karim A. [3W, three 2W] {a good deficit-erasing word!}
TOONIE (112 points) – against Marie M. [two 4W]
COSTA (152 points) – against Sean R. [two 4W, hook off MAD for a plural]
VARAS (110 points; 5W used twice, hook off OUTFIT for a plural), ALIYAS (108 points; 4W used twice, hook off WEIGH for a plural; a good deficit-erasing word!) – against Darrin S.
VAPOR (300 points) – against Shelley R.-B. [two 5W]
CROAKING (420 points) – against Ada R. [5W, two 2W]
PONYTAIL (296 points) – against Lynn B. [two 4W]

Trivia fact for Thursday, July 1: When it comes to medical shorthand, what do the abbreviations Dx, Hx, Sx, and Tx represent? Diagnosis, History, Symptoms, and Treatment, respectively.

MONTHLY BUBBLE TEA TALLY, JUNE 2010 (1)

mango @ Twinkle (Friday, June 4) [good hanging out with Dave Wong!]

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