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A contest, physical or mental, conducted according to set rules, played for amusement or for a stake.
[M.E. fr. O.E. gamen]
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Q. Can you tell me more about Brain games? There are many new brain games now advertised by Nintendo and others. Are they doing anything to delay Alzheimer’s

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Q. I did a bad movement with my knee during a ball game. How can I know if I damaged the knee ligaments? 4 hours ago I played basketball. I did a great jump but when I landed I felt a very sharp knee pain? How can I know if I damaged the ligaments there?

A. The only way to know for sure is to check! Can estimate the severity of the problem. Is your knee red? Is it hot? Is it swollen? Does the pain have the same severity or does the pain increase with time? If you answered one of those questions with a 'yes' several hours after the injury, you should probably talk to your GP

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Blaufrankisch is a medium-bodied Austrian red, and has nice red berry fruit and spicy notes that will complement the turkey dinner.
Also make sure to keep your eyes open for the great reds from Austria, including some serious Blaufrankisch, gloriously spicy Zweigelt and delicious St.
Monika Rauch of Kastle Hill pours German wines, including Augenblick, Blaufrankisch and White Pinot Noir Prosecco.
Blended from chardonnay, pinot blanc and blaufrankisch. Balanced acidity, with hints of cherry blossoms on the nose.
Kenneth Volk Vineyards 2012 Pomar Junction Vineyard Blaufrankisch (Paso Robles; $48)
While Ulbrich concentrates on producing white wines, he also makes a dry rose from Pinot Noir, Leon Millot and Blaufrankisch, a red variety Ulbrich believes has huge potential for Northern Michigan.