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LIFE SPELLING
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June 03, 2004 
Akshay Buddiga (R) leaves the microphone after misspelling the word schwarmerei as David Scott Tidmarsh... 
Washington, USA 
AKSHAY BUDDIGA MISSPELLS HIS LAST WORD BEFORE LOSING TO TIDMARSH IN NATIONAL SPELLING BEE. 
Akshay Buddiga (R) leaves the microphone after misspelling the word schwarmerei as David Scott Tidmarsh looks on, during competition for the 77th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee Champion at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, June 3, 2004. Buddiga, a 13-year-old from Colorado Springs, Colorado, continued into the championship round, but lost on the word "schwarmerei," a German term that means adulation. Tidmarsh, 14, from South Bend, Indiana, also triumphed over such spelling nightmares as "sumpsimus," "sophrosyne" and "serpiginous" before correctly spelling "autochthonous," meaning indigenous. REUTERS/Molly Riley MR/GN 
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