Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Never at a loss for words - Metropolitan - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper

C-A-T-A-F-A-L-Q-U-E: Just where do Spelling Bee words come from? The Associated Press explains, including the dreaded proper adjective problem which bested Samir Patel in 2005's final two. "Obviously, the competition can't go on forever," explained Carolyn Andrews, who's in charge of the task. "That's how you get a champion -- by making the words more difficult."

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