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Lingo (U.S. game show) - GSN Versions - 2002–2007 - Main Game
... Teams again have five chances to guess the mystery word and control passes to the other team and gives them a bonus letter in the word (unless there ... The team who correctly guesses the mystery word receives 25 points and draws two balls from the hopper in front of them ... are able to complete a Lingo otherwise, play continues with the team in control and a new five-letter word is played ...
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicolvolcanoconiosis - Coinage
... This word was invented in 1935 by Everett M ... The word figured in the headline for an article published by the New York Herald Tribune on February 23, 1935, titled "Puzzlers Open 103d Session Here by Recognizing 45-Letter Word ... The puzzlers explained that the forty-five-letter word is the name of a special form of silicosis caused by ultra-microscopic particles of silica ...
Love Is A Four Letter Word
... Love Is a Four Letter Word may refer to Love Is a Four Letter Word (album), an album by Jason Mraz Love Is a Four Letter Word (TV series), an Australian TV series broadcast by ABC "Love Is a Four-Lette ...
Play Mania - Games
... Similar to Wheel of Fortune or Hangman, this game allows players to attempt to guess a letter that is in the puzzle of a given category ... If the player's letters are in the puzzle, he/she will earn a small cash prize per letter, and receive an opportunity to guess the full puzzle ... Anagrams A word, name or phrase with the letters mixed up will be given related to a specified category ...

Famous quotes containing the words word and/or letter:

    Here lies our Sovereign Lord, the King
    Whose word no man relies on:
    He never said a foolish thing
    Nor ever did a wise one.
    John Wilmot, 2nd Earl Of Rochester (1647–1680)

    The desire of most parents is first and foremost to do what is best for their children. Every interview with a mother or father confirms this, every letter written by a parent breathes this deep-seated wish, “I hope I am doing the right thing for my child.” This is real and honest, and at the very base of parenthood.
    Irma Simonton Black (20th century)