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Kathleen Hoeschen
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in rules for ticket to ride what does n.b. stand for
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Hi Kathleen! You can find the Ticket to Ride Rules Forum here, it is probably the best place to get that answered.

https://www.boardgamegeek.com/forum/3893/ticket-ride/rules

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that's weird, I just did a quick scan of the rule book and could not find n.b..

Edit: Google says this:

Nota bene is a Latin phrase meaning "note well". The phrase first appeared in English writing circa 1711. Often abbreviated as "N.B.", "N.b." or "n.b."
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oriecat wrote:
Hi Kathleen! You can find the Ticket to Ride Rules Forum here, it is probably the best place to get that answered.


Not a rules question. A general "language" question.
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I could not find it in the book either, without knowing the context I would guess northbound.
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Re4isnumber1 wrote:
that's weird, I just did a quick scan of the rule book and could not find n.b..

Edit: Google says this:

Nota bene is a Latin phrase meaning "note well". The phrase first appeared in English writing circa 1711. Often abbreviated as "N.B.", "N.b." or "n.b."


I, too, did a word search for n.b. through the PDF rules and couldn't find the abbreviation anywhere. I tried it with and without a space between the letters. (Other word searches worked without any problems.)

I couldn't find the reference in any of the PDF's I have handy, which includes US, Europe, UK, PA, Switzerland, India, & Rails & Sails. I'm not doubting the OP, but it'd be helpful to have a page # / location to reference it.
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WooHoo1 wrote:
Re4isnumber1 wrote:
that's weird, I just did a quick scan of the rule book and could not find n.b..

Edit: Google says this:

Nota bene is a Latin phrase meaning "note well". The phrase first appeared in English writing circa 1711. Often abbreviated as "N.B.", "N.b." or "n.b."


I, too, did a word search for n.b. through the PDF rules and couldn't find the abbreviation anywhere. I tried it with and without a space between the letters. (Other word searches worked without any problems.)

I couldn't find the reference in any of the PDF's I have handy, which includes US, Europe, UK, PA, Switzerland, India, & Rails & Sails. I'm not doubting the OP, but it'd be helpful to have a page # / location to reference it.

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