Scrabble has its origins in the language of the ancient Greeks and Romans, and it has long been a staple in the sports world.

But this week, a Spanish word scrambler is coming to an American audience.

In a game that has become so popular in Spanish-speaking countries, Spanish word unscrams are taking over the world.

A player who can decipher a scrambled word must then decipher a completely different word that the player has not yet played.

This process is called scrabble.

The word scrambled means to take a shortcut.

Scrabble was invented in the United States in the 1960s by William Davenport.

The idea is that the English words that you learn in school, or that you hear on the radio, are not the real word.

The real word is the scrambled word that you just heard.

Scrabblers, or word scrobblers, are people who take shortcuts in the scramble process.

They use a trick to try and guess a word that’s missing.

The word scramblers are known as word scramblers.

The phrase “scrabbles” originally appeared in a book by Davenports, called “The Spanish Language: The Unscrambling of Words.”

In the book, Davenorts says that in the 1600s, the Spaniards used scrobbles as a way of trying to get people to memorize their words.

In the 1700s, scrobbling became a way to help people with learning disabilities.

But word scroblers became popular after World War II, when the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other human rights were signed.

The UN’s Universal Declaration on Human Rights states that all human beings have the right to be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, language or any other classification.

Davenports’ book states that the UN is currently considering creating a global program to help all people, regardless.

He says that scrobbled words are a form of social engineering.

The scrobble game has become a global phenomenon, and word scobblers are becoming more and more prominent.

They have been making their way into many other languages.

They are also a popular pastime in many other countries.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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