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Old October 11th, 2019, 11:40 PM
Johnb - co.uk
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Default [Dixonary] RND 3019 MUNJANDIE Results

Please forgive the formatting - not being at home I had to play by hand

An even round produced┬* four people who scored 4 - Efrem, Ryan, Shani
and Debbie. Ryan is an 'unnatural 4 as he correctly located #2, the
measurement - giving me a D1

As I read the rolling scores that makes Shani the next dealer (please
check that I have this correct)

*JohnnyB*

1┬*┬*┬* a soft white cheese made from soured milk┬*┬*┬* Chris Carson who did
note vote
┬*┬*┬* voted for by MikeS┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 1
2┬*┬*┬* an obsolete unit of mass in India approximately equal to 4 grains
(0.259 g). After metrication in the mid-20th century, the unit became
obsolete.┬*┬*┬* dictionary anacademic.com
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Ryan M┬*┬*┬* ┬*Dictionary cannot vote and gives me D1
3┬*┬*┬* [India] a bookkeeper; a clerk in an accounting office Efrem
Mallach┬*┬*┬* who v0ted 8,10
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Judy M, Shani N, Debbie E, Dave C┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 4
4┬*┬*┬* a sling used by porters in the Himalayas┬*┬*┬* Tim B┬*┬*┬* who voted 10,11
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Tony A, Debbie E┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 2
5┬*┬*┬* a large, lizard-like cryptid from Australia which walks on its hind
legs and has been rumored to feed on eucalyptus when it cannot find
enough sheep to satisfy its appetites┬*┬*┬* Ryan Mcgill┬*┬*┬* who voted 2,6
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Dan W, Tim L┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 2 + 2 = 4*
6┬*┬*┬* a crude log raft┬*┬*┬* Judy Madnick┬*┬*┬* who voted 3,8
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Ryan M┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 1
7┬*┬*┬* (Zool.) an excrescence of any form produced on any part of a plant
by insects or their larvae. They are most commonly caused by small
Hymenoptera and Diptera which puncture the bark and lay their eggs in
the wounds┬*┬*┬* Dan Widdis┬*┬*┬* who voted 5,10
┬*┬*┬* voted for by no-one┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 0
8┬*┬*┬* a Hindu game of territorial conquest played on a 16x16 grid with
moves governed by the roll of dice┬*┬*┬* Mike Shefler who voted 1,11
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Efrem M, Judy M┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 2
9┬*┬*┬* a temporary state of depression or melancholy┬*┬*┬* Tony Abell who
voted 4,10
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Shani N┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 1
10┬*┬*┬* [Hindi] a vague and constant desire for something that does not
and probably cannot exist; an indolent dreaming wistfulness Shani
Naylor┬*┬*┬* who voted 3,9
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Efrem M, Tim B, Dan W, Tony A ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 4
11┬*┬*┬* English words whose origins lie in the Hindi, Urdu or Sanskrit
language.┬*┬*┬* Debbie Embler┬*┬*┬* who voted 3,4
┬*┬*┬* voted for by Tim B, Mike S,, Tim L, Dave C┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 4
***┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* *** no def ***┬*┬*┬* Tim Lodge┬*┬*┬* 5,11
┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 0
***┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* *** no def ***┬*┬*┬* Dave Cunningham┬*┬*┬* 3, 11
┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 0

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Old October 12th, 2019, 12:20 AM
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Default [Dixonary] RND 3019 MUNJANDIE Results

That's how I read the rolling scores too - new word coming up.



On Sat, Oct 12, 2019 at 4:40 PM Johnb - co.uk <johnb (AT) john-barrs (DOT) co.uk>
wrote:

> Please forgive the formatting - not being at home I had to play by hand
>
> An even round produced four people who scored 4 - Efrem, Ryan, Shani and
> Debbie. Ryan is an 'unnatural 4 as he correctly located #2, the measurement
> - giving me a D1
>
> As I read the rolling scores that makes Shani the next dealer (please
> check that I have this correct)
>
> *JohnnyB*
>
> 1 a soft white cheese made from soured milk Chris Carson who did
> note vote
> voted for by MikeS 1
> 2 an obsolete unit of mass in India approximately equal to 4 grains
> (0.259 g). After metrication in the mid-20th century, the unit became
> obsolete. dictionary anacademic.com
> voted for by Ryan M Dictionary cannot vote and gives me D1
> 3 [India] a bookkeeper; a clerk in an accounting office Efrem
> Mallach who v0ted 8,10
> voted for by Judy M, Shani N, Debbie E, Dave C 4
> 4 a sling used by porters in the Himalayas Tim B who voted 10,11
> voted for by Tony A, Debbie E 2
> 5 a large, lizard-like cryptid from Australia which walks on its hind
> legs and has been rumored to feed on eucalyptus when it cannot find enough
> sheep to satisfy its appetites Ryan Mcgill who voted 2,6
> voted for by Dan W, Tim L 2 + 2 = 4*
> 6 a crude log raft Judy Madnick who voted 3,8
> voted for by Ryan M 1
> 7 (Zool.) an excrescence of any form produced on any part of a plant by
> insects or their larvae. They are most commonly caused by small Hymenoptera
> and Diptera which puncture the bark and lay their eggs in the wounds Dan
> Widdis who voted 5,10
> voted for by no-one 0
> 8 a Hindu game of territorial conquest played on a 16x16 grid with
> moves governed by the roll of dice Mike Shefler who voted 1,11
> voted for by Efrem M, Judy M 2
> 9 a temporary state of depression or melancholy Tony Abell who voted
> 4,10
> voted for by Shani N 1
> 10 [Hindi] a vague and constant desire for something that does not and
> probably cannot exist; an indolent dreaming wistfulness Shani Naylor
> who voted 3,9
> voted for by Efrem M, Tim B, Dan W, Tony A 4
> 11 English words whose origins lie in the Hindi, Urdu or Sanskrit
> language. Debbie Embler who voted 3,4
> voted for by Tim B, Mike S,, Tim L, Dave C 4
> *** *** no def *** Tim Lodge 5,11
> 0
> *** *** no def *** Dave Cunningham 3, 11
> 0
>


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Old October 12th, 2019, 08:27 AM
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Default [Dixonary] RND 3019 MUNJANDIE Results

Please check your apam filter - I was quite sure I did send in a def
through google. Thanks.

Dave


On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 11:40:57 PM UTC-4, jo... (AT) john-barrs (DOT) co.uk
wrote:
>
> Please forgive the formatting - not being at home I had to play by hand
>
> An even round produced four people who scored 4 - Efrem, Ryan, Shani and
> Debbie. Ryan is an 'unnatural 4 as he correctly located #2, the measurement
> - giving me a D1
>
> As I read the rolling scores that makes Shani the next dealer (please
> check that I have this correct)
>
> *JohnnyB*
>
> 1 a soft white cheese made from soured milk Chris Carson who did
> note vote
> voted for by MikeS 1
> 2 an obsolete unit of mass in India approximately equal to 4 grains
> (0.259 g). After metrication in the mid-20th century, the unit became
> obsolete. dictionary anacademic.com
> voted for by Ryan M Dictionary cannot vote and gives me D1
> 3 [India] a bookkeeper; a clerk in an accounting office Efrem
> Mallach who v0ted 8,10
> voted for by Judy M, Shani N, Debbie E, Dave C 4
> 4 a sling used by porters in the Himalayas Tim B who voted 10,11
> voted for by Tony A, Debbie E 2
> 5 a large, lizard-like cryptid from Australia which walks on its hind
> legs and has been rumored to feed on eucalyptus when it cannot find enough
> sheep to satisfy its appetites Ryan Mcgill who voted 2,6
> voted for by Dan W, Tim L 2 + 2 = 4*
> 6 a crude log raft Judy Madnick who voted 3,8
> voted for by Ryan M 1
> 7 (Zool.) an excrescence of any form produced on any part of a plant by
> insects or their larvae. They are most commonly caused by small Hymenoptera
> and Diptera which puncture the bark and lay their eggs in the wounds Dan
> Widdis who voted 5,10
> voted for by no-one 0
> 8 a Hindu game of territorial conquest played on a 16x16 grid with
> moves governed by the roll of dice Mike Shefler who voted 1,11
> voted for by Efrem M, Judy M 2
> 9 a temporary state of depression or melancholy Tony Abell who voted
> 4,10
> voted for by Shani N 1
> 10 [Hindi] a vague and constant desire for something that does not and
> probably cannot exist; an indolent dreaming wistfulness Shani Naylor
> who voted 3,9
> voted for by Efrem M, Tim B, Dan W, Tony A 4
> 11 English words whose origins lie in the Hindi, Urdu or Sanskrit
> language. Debbie Embler who voted 3,4
> voted for by Tim B, Mike S,, Tim L, Dave C 4
> *** *** no def *** Tim Lodge 5,11
> 0
> *** *** no def *** Dave Cunningham 3, 11
> 0
>


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Old October 12th, 2019, 10:16 AM
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Dave

nowhere that I can see

*JohnnyB*
On 12/10/2019 07:27, Dave Cunningham wrote:
> Please check your apam filter - I was quite sure I did send in a def
> through google. Thanks.
>
> Dave
>
>
> On Friday, October 11, 2019 at 11:40:57 PM UTC-4,
> jo... (AT) john-barrs (DOT) co.uk wrote:
>
> Please forgive the formatting - not being at home I had to play by
> hand
>
> An even round produced┬* four people who scored 4 - Efrem, Ryan,
> Shani and Debbie. Ryan is an 'unnatural 4 as he correctly located
> #2, the measurement - giving me a D1
>
> As I read the rolling scores that makes Shani the next dealer
> (please check that I have this correct)
>
> *JohnnyB*
>
> 1┬*┬*┬* a soft white cheese made from soured milk┬*┬*┬* Chris Carson who
> did note vote
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by MikeS┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 1
> 2┬*┬*┬* an obsolete unit of mass in India approximately equal to 4
> grains (0.259 g). After metrication in the mid-20th century, the
> unit became obsolete.┬*┬*┬* dictionary anacademic.com
> <http://anacademic.com>
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Ryan M┬*┬*┬* ┬*Dictionary cannot vote and gives me┬*┬*┬* D1
> 3┬*┬*┬* [India] a bookkeeper; a clerk in an accounting office┬*┬*┬*
> Efrem Mallach┬*┬*┬* who v0ted 8,10
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Judy M, Shani N, Debbie E, Dave C ┬*┬*┬* 4
> 4┬*┬*┬* a sling used by porters in the Himalayas┬*┬*┬* Tim B who voted 10,11
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Tony A, Debbie E┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 2
> 5┬*┬*┬* a large, lizard-like cryptid from Australia which walks on
> its hind legs and has been rumored to feed on eucalyptus when it
> cannot find enough sheep to satisfy its appetites┬*┬*┬* Ryan
> Mcgill┬*┬*┬* who voted 2,6
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Dan W, Tim L┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 2 + 2 = 4*
> 6┬*┬*┬* a crude log raft┬*┬*┬* Judy Madnick┬*┬*┬* who voted 3,8
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Ryan M┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 1
> 7┬*┬*┬* (Zool.) an excrescence of any form produced on any part of a
> plant by insects or their larvae. They are most commonly caused by
> small Hymenoptera and Diptera which puncture the bark and lay
> their eggs in the wounds┬*┬*┬* Dan Widdis┬*┬*┬* who voted 5,10
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by no-one┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 0
> 8┬*┬*┬* a Hindu game of territorial conquest played on a 16x16 grid
> with moves governed by the roll of dice┬*┬*┬* Mike Shefler who voted
> 1,11
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Efrem M, Judy M┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 2
> 9┬*┬*┬* a temporary state of depression or melancholy┬*┬*┬* Tony Abell
> who voted 4,10
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Shani N┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 1
> 10┬*┬*┬* [Hindi] a vague and constant desire for something that does
> not and probably cannot exist; an indolent dreaming wistfulness┬*┬*┬*
> Shani Naylor┬*┬*┬* who voted 3,9
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Efrem M, Tim B, Dan W, Tony A 4
> 11┬*┬*┬* English words whose origins lie in the Hindi, Urdu or
> Sanskrit language.┬*┬*┬* Debbie Embler┬*┬*┬* who voted 3,4
> ┬*┬*┬* voted for by Tim B, Mike S,, Tim L, Dave C 4
> ***┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* *** no def ***┬*┬*┬* Tim Lodge┬*┬*┬* 5,11
> ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 0
> ***┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* *** no def ***┬*┬*┬* Dave Cunningham┬*┬*┬* 3, 11
> ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* ┬*┬*┬* 0
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