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Jump to new posts Re: Beethoven's 9th lyrics in the IPA? by LukeJavan8 @ 31 minutes 18 seconds ago

Seven years late is better than not at all. WELCOME
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Jump to new posts Re: Guidance.. by LukeJavan8 @ 41 minutes 18 seconds ago

P > M MATERNAL
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Jump to new posts Re: Guidance.. by endymion6 @ Today at 09:12 AM

APPARENT P ---- > L ..of the best kind PARENTAL
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Jump to new posts perchance: tendency to roosr ? by wofahulicodoc @ Today at 06:58 AM

PERCHANCE PRONUNCIATION: (puhr-CHANS) MEANING: adverb: Perhaps; maybe. ETYMOLOGY: From Old French par cheance (by chance), from Latin per (by, through) + cadentia (fall), from cadere (to fall). Ultimately from the Indo-European root kad- (to fal
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Jump to new posts Re: But is it real? by A C Bowden @ Today at 06:16 AM

PARAPET + N APPARENT
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Jump to new posts Re: can't get away from it nohow by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:22 PM

TRAPPED D ---- > A ..especially if you're on a PARAPET
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Jump to new posts career, v. by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 10:17 PM

VERILY PRONUNCIATION: (VER-uh-lee) MEANING: adverb: In truth, indeed, truly, certainly. ETYMOLOGY: From Middle English verraily, from verrai/verray (very), from Old French verai (true), from vulgar Latin veracus, from Latin verax (truthful). Ea
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Jump to new posts can't get away from it nohow by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 10:04 PM

PAPERED E-->T TRAPPED
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Jump to new posts Re: Beethoven's 9th lyrics in the IPA? by KatieC @ Yesterday at 06:24 PM

Dear Zmjezhd - Thank you so much for the IPA transcription of part of the Ode to Joy, which I've just come across seven years later. How about the other bits the choir has to sing, ie "ja, wer auch nur... aus diesem Bund", "Kusse gab sie... steht vor
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Jump to new posts - - -instead of painting they by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 05:01 PM

T > P PAPERED
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Jump to new posts Re: Foregone conclusion.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 03:52 PM

ADAPTER A ---- > E ..or go where no one else has gone/been? PREDATE
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Jump to new posts - - -melding in by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 11:54 AM

+A ADAPTER
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Jump to new posts Re: That umpire.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 08:36 AM

CARPED C ---- > T ..whose hair down the middle, appropriately, was PARTED
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Jump to new posts Re: Bad temper by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 07:12 AM

PACKED K ----> R ...I'd have just CARPED at the umpire
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Jump to new posts Re:Unlike McEnRoe,I'd not have slammed.. by endymion6 @ 09/16/14 11:21 PM

PACKET T ---- > D ...down my RACQUET if I'd known the place was PACKED
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Jump to new posts just another aphorism by wofahulicodoc @ 09/16/14 06:51 PM

A FORTIORI PRONUNCIATION: (ah fort-tee-OR-ee, ay-for-shee-OR-eye) MEANING: adverb: For an even stronger reason; even more so. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin, literally, from the stronger. Earliest documented use: 1569. _______________________________
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Jump to new posts - - - - -flower seeds by LukeJavan8 @ 09/16/14 06:20 PM

I > A PACKET
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Jump to new posts Re: When I saw Jim Rempe .. by endymion6 @ 09/16/14 01:46 PM

POCKET O ---- > I ..sink one in the CORNER POCKET...I was behind a fence of PICKET
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Jump to new posts - - - for stash by LukeJavan8 @ 09/16/14 11:59 AM

R > P POCKET
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Jump to new posts Re: Figured out.. by endymion6 @ 09/16/14 09:48 AM

RECKON N ---- > T ..what CONKED me on the head was detritus from a falling ROCKET
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Jump to new posts Re: Figure it out by A C Bowden @ 09/16/14 09:31 AM

CORNER R ----> K RECKON
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Jump to new posts - - - two walls meet by LukeJavan8 @ 09/15/14 09:50 PM

B > C CORNER
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Jump to new posts if it should come to pass by wofahulicodoc @ 09/15/14 08:37 PM

MAYHAP PRONUNCIATION: (may-HAP, MAY-hap) MEANING: adverb: Perhaps. ETYMOLOGY: From the phrase 'it may hap', from Middle English hap, from Old Norse happ (luck, chance). Earliest documented use: 1533. __________________________________________
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Jump to new posts and in just one step by wofahulicodoc @ 09/15/14 08:31 PM

we go from BARREN to A --> O REBORN
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Jump to new posts Re: Bearing no fruit by A C Bowden @ 09/15/14 07:32 PM

BANKER K ----> R BARREN
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