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Jump to new posts Take two and call me in the morning by wofahulicodoc @ Today at 06:33 AM

BATTLED D -> S TABLETS
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Jump to new posts Re: That ink spill ... by endymion6 @ Today at 12:20 AM

BLOTTED O ---- > A ...made her furious; oh, how we BATTLED
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Jump to new posts - - - -ink spill by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 06:29 PM

P > B BLOTTED
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Jump to new posts Re: Legal tangle by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 05:19 PM

START STATUTE I have taken the liberty of pluralizing 'statute': Some statutes have language that rambles, And some start with lengthy preambles; No wonder some students Compare jurisprudence To wading through thickets of brambles. FOYER FUSSY
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Jump to new posts and a good Labor Day to you all by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 04:47 PM

CONSONANCE PRONUNCIATION: (KON-suh-nuhns) MEANING: noun: 1. Agreement or accord. 2. A combination of sounds pleasing to the ear. 3. The repetition of consonant sounds, especially at the ends of words, such as st in the phrase first and last. ET
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Jump to new posts ...all according to plan no doubt by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 04:26 PM

TOPPLED P -> T PLOTTED
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Jump to new posts Re: Overturned.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 01:34 PM

DROPLET R ---- > P TOPPLED
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Jump to new posts - - - -first hint of rain by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 11:48 AM

+D DROPLET
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Jump to new posts Re: Put a tiger in your tank.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:03 AM

TROPE + L ..especially if you live in the land of Anthony Trollope and drive on the left ... PETROL
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Jump to new posts Re: Figure of speech by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 07:31 AM

PORTER - R TROPE
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Jump to new posts Re: Carry out from McSorley's.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 12:52 AM

EXPORT X ---- > R ..at 15 E 7th St., the drink was Hull's, but you had to buy 2 at a time ..no charge for the sawdust or peanut shells on the floor, but the Hull's from CT was good PORTER
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Jump to new posts Re: Carry out by A C Bowden @ 08/31/14 08:59 PM

PORTED D ----> X EXPORT
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Jump to new posts - - - -carried by LukeJavan8 @ 08/31/14 06:30 PM

-o PORTED
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Jump to new posts so they called out the National Guard by wofahulicodoc @ 08/31/14 04:45 PM

DEPORT add O TROOPED Even better - put the kibosh on that plan in a hurry - TORPEDO
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Jump to new posts - - - - them illegals by LukeJavan8 @ 08/31/14 04:21 PM

A > O DEPORT
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Jump to new posts Re: Au revoir by A C Bowden @ 08/31/14 02:08 PM

TRADER R ----> P DEPART
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Jump to new posts - - - -Wall Street by LukeJavan8 @ 08/31/14 01:46 PM

C > D TRADER
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Jump to new posts Re: i was very KEEN ... by endymion6 @ 08/31/14 09:21 AM

RERACK K ---- > T ..something opponents of Jim Rempe of Scranton did often (he's a major pool champion) ...anyway, I was keen to listen to the Blue Network and Mr Keen, who was to Lost Persons their TRACER
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Jump to new posts right here in River City by wofahulicodoc @ 08/31/14 07:31 AM

"The Devil's Tool" is what Harold Hill (a.k.a. the Music Man) called That Game with the Fifteen Balls... Set 'em up again! CRACKER - C RERACK
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Jump to new posts - - - Longmire is a real crime by LukeJavan8 @ 08/31/14 01:24 AM

T > C CRACKER
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Jump to new posts Re: I'm not sure any of these is legitimate by endymion6 @ 08/30/14 10:51 PM

RACEKART - A ..and neither is Walt Longmire at times... TRACKER
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Jump to new posts I'm not sure any of these is legitimate by LukeJavan8 @ 08/30/14 09:52 PM

M > R RACEKART
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Jump to new posts Re: I'm not sure any of these is legitimate by endymion6 @ 08/30/14 08:59 PM

CAMERABAG ..we're one N short (C -- > G) of GARBAGEMAN .. If you'd gone with CABMASTER, we could have had BATMASTER, who's obviously the sire of BAT MASTERSON ... James Garner/Jim Rockford, RIP ...but TRACKBEAM minus B would enable MEATRACK .. I
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Jump to new posts I'm not sure any of these is legitimate by wofahulicodoc @ 08/30/14 08:34 PM

CARBAMATE (= AAABCEMRT) Where do you keep your Leica? T -> G CAMERABAG Who's directing the taxi fleet ? A->S CABMASTER Look at the locomotive headlight way down there! A-> K TRACKBEAM I'll go with CAMERABAG first...
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Jump to new posts Re: Chemical substance by A C Bowden @ 08/30/14 03:48 PM

Difficult one! With some help from morewords.com, I found: CAMERATA + B CARBAMATE
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