Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of scratchcard.

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Examples

  • Non-draw based games - such as scratchcards and interactive Instant Win games - saw the biggest rise in popularity with sales up 10% at £641. 6m.

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  • Camelot argues this would mean bigger prizes for scratchcards and interactive games, raising up to £45m annually in extra proceeds for good causes.

    Camelot fails to win Treasury over to changes in lottery tax

  • Last week it was revealed that an American woman with a PhD in statistics from Stanford University had amassed £12m after discovering a way to beat the odds on multi-million scratchcards four times.

    Ceasars casino pays punters in online bingo error

  • Special scratchcards were handed out to woman in Hong Kong highlighting the high odds of developing breast cancer and urging them not to gamble with their lives.

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  • Special scratchcards were handed out to woman in Hong Kong highlighting the high odds of developing breast cancer and urging them not to gamble with their lives.

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  • "Thereafter scratchcards will continue to be part of a single national lottery product mix," she said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Thereafter, she said, scratchcards will continue to be part of a single national lottery product mix.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In the park next to the town hall the weeds are growing, the fountain is off and losing scratchcards litter the bandstand.

    The Guardian World News

  • You're not alone - sales of scratchcards were up 6% in 2010.

    The Guardian World News

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  • plural a's are the only vowels.

    May 29, 2011