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Old June 22nd, 2019, 08:46 AM
'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary
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Default [Dixonary] Round 2992 FUGELMAN results

Folks,

A fugelman (also spelled fugleman) is a soldier who is positioned in front of a unit to provide an example of correct drill movements: definition #6. Three perceptive players voted for it.

As for the fakes: three players - Chris Carson with his interpreter/guide (a dragoman, anyone?), Tim Bourne with his plumbing joint, and Dave Cunningham with his feckless German wanderer - all got four votes. No tie-breaker was necessary, though, because Dave was also one of the three who voted for the well-trained soldier, Dave earns the next deal with a score of 6. Chris and Tim B. share the traditional "winnah" spot.

That said, I have a vague memory of someone saying recently that he - I think it was "he" - would be away, out of touch, and unable to deal for a while. If that was by any chance Dave and "for a while" is still in effect, Chris is well ahead of Tim in the rolling scores and would be next in line to deal.

Full results:

1. a grasshopper. From Barrs, J. who voted *6*, 9. Voted for by: Widdis, D. Score: 3.

2. [Rare] a scarecrow. From Shefler, M. who voted 8, 11. Voted for by: Cunningham, D.; Widdis, D. Score: 2.

3. an interpreter or guide. From Carson, C. who voted 7, 8. Voted for by: Bourne, T.; Abell, T.; Lodge, T.; Stevens, G. Score: 4.

4. one who makes mezuzahs and other Judaica. From Embler, D. who voted 8, 11. Voted for by: Madnick, J. Score: 1.

5. a wrestling hold from which escape is difficult. From Naylor, S. who voted 7, 10. Voted for by: None. Score: 0.

6. a soldier used as an example for those learning drill. From Dictionary which could not vote. Voted for by: Barrs, J.; Cunningham, D.; Abell, T. Score: D3.

7. a type of plumbing joint between pipes of unequal sizes. From Bourne, T. who voted 3, 8. Voted for by: Carson, C.; Naylor, S.; Madnick, J.; Stevens, G. Score: 4.

8. [Ger.] a wanderer, especially one with no talents at all. From Cunningham, D. who voted 2, *6*. Voted for by: Shefler, M.; Carson, C.; Embler, D.; Bourne, T. Score: 6.

9. to drive away with a forgotten object on the roof of the car. From Abell, T. who voted 3, *6*. Voted for by: Barrs, J. Score: 3.

10. a cask usually containing two hogsheads, or 126 wine gallons; also, the quantity which it contains. From Widdis, D. who voted 1, 2. Voted for by: Naylor, S. Score: 1.

11. a worker stationed some distance up the line from a railroad working party to give a whistled warning of approaching trains. From Lodge, T. who voted 3, 12. Voted for by: Shefler, M.; Embler, D. Score: 2.

12. a novel whose principal subject is the moral, psychological, and intellectual development of a usually youthful main character. From Madnick, J. who voted 4, 7. Voted for by: Lodge, T. Score: 1.

No definition from Stevens, G.

For those who prefer tables the results follow in that form, in descending order of scores without regard for tie-breaking rules:



Now to finish cleaning up from company last night ...

Efrem

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