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Of the viewers who watched ABC's broadcast of the 79th National Spelling Bee on June 1, how many would have spelled the word meaning "kosher approval" the way the judges did? The Round 8 word trumped the young lady who had to spell it, too.
When Saryn Hooks spelled it...