The word games competition, or WORDS FOR THE FIFTH ROUND, is one of the most prestigious events in the history of the sport.
The competition, which runs every three years, is attended by a large number of players, including former World Cup stars, football legends, and celebrities.
But some words and phrases are banned for use during the competition.
In a new video, the official WORDS for the Fourth Round of the World Cup 2017, the BBC’s James Landale explores the best and worst words to use during this year’s competition.
You can watch the full episode here:WORDS FOR FIFth ROUND (WESTERING 2018)The best word to use is “puppy”, as the US team has done so well in recent years.
The word “pony” was also banned.
But what about the word “wag?”
Is it OK to use it?
Well, it is certainly OK.
The WAG word, “wagon”, was banned in the first two rounds of the competition in 2014 and 2016.
However, the World Rugby Board is considering reinstating the word, which is still being used by some clubs and associations around the world.
This year, the WAG term will be reinstated and will be used in the 2017 edition of the tournament.WAG word: PUPPY – World Rugby (Wales)WAG is the best word, and is used in more than 80 countries.
It was banned by the World Soccer Association in 2013 and again in 2017.
But the word is used by other international football leagues and by rugby union, rugby league and other teams in the UK.
This is not to say that the word WAG is not acceptable.
But it is definitely OK.WANNA GO?
The word WINNA is used, although the word CANNOT be used.
The World Rugby word CANNON is banned, while the word GRAVEYARD is still banned.WOW, how much do you know about word games?
The word WORDS is a combination of words that are used in many different situations.
Here are some of the words we’ve looked at so far:PUNISHED?
The term WORDS PUNISHMENT was banned from the competition this year.
But many other words have been banned.
The most popular word to ban was the word MURDER.
The ban was imposed because the word was used in a video game.
In 2017, a US player was caught using the word on social media.
However there was no indication that he intended to kill anyone.
The BBC’s Nick Thorpe has a list of words and expressions that have been barred for use at the WORDS event.
The WORDS For The Fourth Round event is the first in a series of competitions to be held in 2019.