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skat

A card game in which three people playing with 32 cards (sevens through aces) attempt earn the highest number of points by winning the trick each round. Of German origin. A friend of mine who grew up in Berlin introduced me to this great game called skat last night. He and his girlfriend play all the time, so they taught me the ropes.

skat

(skæt)
n. beer. You got any pretzels to go with the skat?
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The northwestern Bulgarian town of Mizia suffered heavy rainfall on Saturday, causing the Skat River to overflow.
All wore their battle honours - badges issued by SKAT (Skye and Kyle Against Tolls).
The torrential rain on Saturday night caused the Skat River to overflow, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Radio.
MPs of Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka have submitted 23 individual claims against Valeri Simeonov, Co-Chair of the nationalist party National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria (NFSB) and owner of the SKAT TV channel, with the Burgas Regional Court over his statement that Ataka supporters were "stupid, simpletons and ragamuffins.
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Only two days earlier in Burgas, parliamentarian and far-right nationalist Ataka Party leader Volen Siderov and another member of his party reportedly attacked a crew from SKAT TV that was trying to interview them, causing physical injury to members of the crew and damage to their equipment.
On 5 July a television crew of SKAT TV was verbally and physically assaulted by Siderov and other members of his political party Ataka in Burgas while trying to interview the parliamentarian.