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Re: Queen of the Show

amsoper asks:

> In cat shows it's "Best in Show" what is wrong with this terminology?

Many, if not most, iris shows have an Artistic Division as well as a
Horticultural  Division. Thus there is a "Best Arrangement in Show" along
with a "Best Specimen in Show".

In our show schedule we list "Queen of the Show" in parentheses next to
"Best Specimen". When we get to the show we ignore the latter term.
Hopefully, the Thought Police will not notice.

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4, Sunset Zone 2)

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