Well, if one of them can manage to get the correct tiles in place for the word 'Oxyphenbutazone
' then they will be laughing.
The highest possible score on one turn is 1,782, achieved by adding tiles to form the word OXYPHENBUTAZONE
across three triple-word scores.
But the winner, Abbi Jackson, from Patton, Bedfordshire, was subsequently disqualified after her horse Christopher Robin IV tested positively for the banned substances phenylbutazone and oxyphenbutazone
from samples obtained at the event.
British Showjumping has announced that Christopher Robin IV tested positive for the prohibited substances phenylbutazone and oxyphenbutazone
from samples obtained at the event in Birmingham last October.
The trainer was fined PS1,000 after Woodacre tested positive for banned substances phenylbutazone (bute) and oxyphenbutazone
at Newcastle on January 3 this year, and PS2,000 for running the same horse at Pontefract last October 12 days after he received an intraarticular injection of Adcortyl, whereas the mandatory standdown period before a horse can race after such an injection is 14 days.
Tangri, "Mechanism of ulcerogenic activity of indomethacin and oxyphenbutazone
," European Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
For example, oxyphenbutazone
(CID 4641) is known to cause liver damage (Gaisford 1962).
If you play on Wednesday try to make "oxyphenbutazone
", the highest-possible scoring word.
Debenham reported the first case of NSAID-induced colonic damage in 1966, highlighting a case of cecal ulceration in a patient taking oxyphenbutazone
for rheumatoid arthritis .
, Phenylbutazone, Acetyl salicylic acid and Metimazole are some drugs used for provocative tests.
Dr Saladin Karl Khoshnaw scored 392 points in Manchester in 1982 with Caziques, which means native chiefs of West Indian aborigines, while Benjamin Woo reached a whopping 1,778 points in 2008 for oxyphenbutazone
, a drug with anti-inflammatory properties.
[32.] Bhargava KP, Gupta MB, Tangri KK (1973) Mechanism of ulcerogenic activity of indomethacin and oxyphenbutazone
. Eur J Pharmacol 22: 191-195.