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|Photo 14-001||Mike Gray, Hasbro Games Senior Director, Product Design; George Burtch, Hasbro Games VP, Marketing; and John D. Williams, Jr.|
|Photo 14-002||Christopher Sykes (Canada) vs. Peter (Pepito) Arreola (Saudi Arabia).|
|Photo 14-003||Christopher Sykes (Canada) vs. Peter (Pepito) Arreola (Saudi Arabia). See commentary.|
|Photo 14-004||Matt Graham (United States) vs. Harshan Lamabadusuriya (Sri Lanka). See commentary.|
|Photo 14-005||Harshan Lamabadusuriya (Sri Lanka) and Matt Graham (United States) pose for the cameras. There was more than one!|
|Photo 14-006||Dan Laurentiu Sandu (Romania) shows off a Romanian SCRABBLE® board.|
|Photo 14-007||Tony Sim (Singapore), Mohan Verghese Chunkath (India), and Ganesh Asirvatham (Malaysia).|
|Photo 14-008||Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand) vs. David William Boys (Canada).|
|Photo 14-009||Wilma Vialle, Joanne Craig, and the singing kangaroo. The kangaroo is serving as a mascot for Team Australia. Wilma is here with Rodney Talbot (Australia) and Joanne is here with Paul Stephen Cleary (Australia).|
|Photo 14-010||Using proper word judging technique, Rick Wong adjudicates a play at board 1.|
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