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scratch-off

 (skrăch′ôf′, -ŏf′)
adj.
Of or relating to a layer of opaque masking that is designed to be scratched off, as from a printed card, to reveal text underneath: A scratch-off lottery ticket.
n.
A scratch ticket.
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Sayanna Bragg of Durham bought herself some chicken wings and while she waited for her meal to arrive, she picked-up a scratch-off ticket from the store.
The subject of this public procurement is the delivery of a scratch-off scratch-off scratch and numerical lottery system using sheet-fed offset printing technology, including necessary licenses, implementation and training of service personnel.
So, it bought $1,000 worth of scratch-off lottery tickets.
Leissner added: "Prior to the acquisition, our scratch-off capability was limited to print scratch-off on paper.
A Minnesota City man has beaten long odds with a scratch-off lottery ticket.
A separate promotion, a scratch-off chocolates game, targeted existing and potential customers.
Last week we noted a series by the Austin American-Statesman about the state of the Texas Lottery, which has evolved over time from a Lotto-centric business to one that now relies heavily on instant scratch-off tickets for revenue.
The Lottery Com-mission's approach to internal controls reflects this attitude by employing a series of front-end controls intended to prevent problems from occurring in either its scratch-off or online games.
Every cover, with the exception of Brazilian model Lima's, will feature the scratch-off "V", which will reveal an ever sexier, revealing shot.
API Holographics has extended its range of scratch-off foils with a holographic version that can feature either a customer-specific security image or one of API's stock security designs.
HOW TO PLAY 1:7 LUCKY BAGSON the right hand side of your Lucky Bag there are 20 numbered, silver scratch-off boxes.