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  • n. A scratch card.


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scratch +‎ -ie


  • Thirty of the winners feature on special gold "scratchie" rosettes on the cover of the magazine.


  • Despite the presence of Bey's gleaming, ever-pro smile, it was clear that this pairing didn't quite work, since Tricky looked like he'd only popped out for a scratchie and a Chomp and was shocked to find himself trying to sing gyrating 2003 chart hit Baby Boy to 50,000 people.

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  • In the morning, I went to the newsagents and bought a scratchie.

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  • Not only did the guy not ask me for ID [the whole incentive for buying a scratchie] but also a $1 scratchie is not $1.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • Scam reports soar as private information gives cons access to accounts SCAM reports are soaring as tricksters creating fake scratchie tickets, invoices, refund offers and computer viruses prey on homes and businesses. | Top Stories

  • It's just a scratch away FRASER Island has come up with an unusual way to attract tourists - featuring on a $2 instant scratchie. | Top Stories

  • Mr Hay said he was already hoping to work with Queensland lottery provider Golden Casket and NSW Lotteries on another Fraser Island scratchie series in the future. | Top Stories

  • NSW lotteries forced to pay $100k to scratchie player in battle over prize pictures A MAN who believed he held a winning lottery ticket was awarded $100,000 in prize money after a court battle with officials who said his symbols did not match up, | Top Stories

  • She went on to win a further $US2 million from a $US30 scratchie ticket in 2006.

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  • Ginther scored another $US3 million in 2008, again from a scratchie ticket, reportedly bought from a local Texas store that only sells approximately 1000 tickets daily.

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