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Posted at: 05/29/2009 2:36 AM | �|� Print StoryLocal speller comes up short in finals She was one of 11 kids to make it to the championship finals, but local speller Neetu Chandak was knocked out on her second word.By only one letter, the 13-year-old misspelled the word, �derriengue.� She left out one, �r.�� Earlier in the championship round, she correctly spelled the word, �ophelimity.����� Chandak is a 7th grader at Seneca Falls Middle School.This was her third consecutive year competing in the National Spelling Bee, but first time in the finals.This year�s champion was 13-year-old Kavya Shiva-Khanker of Kansas.

She was making her 4th appearance, and wins $40,000 in cash and prizes.For more Rochester, N.Y.

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