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“For decades, the word panel’s work has been a closely guarded secret. This year, Scripps — a Cincinnati-based media company — granted The Associated Press exclusive access to the panelists and their pre-bee meeting, with the stipulation that The AP would not reveal words unless they were cut from the list.” Exclusive secrets of the National Spelling Bee.

+ “Kraft Singles, the standard for American cheese, cannot legally be called American cheese, or even ‘cheese food,’ due to being made with milk protein concentrate and consisting of less than 51 percent actual cheese.” The Next Generation of American Cheese. But as the writer of this article points out: “We’re at the point where we can all admit it’s good.” At this point, I’m all for anything we can all admit.

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