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Jump to new posts Re: back to the kitchen by LukeJavan8 @ 10/28/14 05:53 PM

thankee! R > B (not going for banister) CABINETS
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Jump to new posts back to the kitchen by wofahulicodoc @ 10/28/14 05:35 PM

Ooh, nice one, Luke ! CESAREAN E --> I CANISTER
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Jump to new posts non-parallel structure...and then some by wofahulicodoc @ 10/28/14 12:07 PM

ZEUGMA PRONUNCIATION: (ZOOG-muh) MEANING: noun: The use of a word to refer to two or more words, especially in different senses. Examples: "He caught a fish and a cold" or "She lost her ring and her temper." ETYMOLOGY: From Latin zeugma,
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Jump to new posts - - -of Rome by LukeJavan8 @ 10/28/14 12:01 PM

P > E CESAREAN
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Jump to new posts insolence intended by wofahulicodoc @ 10/28/14 11:52 AM

PARLANCE L --> C PANCREAS (after all, that is what the pancreas makes...)
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Jump to new posts = = =speaking of by LukeJavan8 @ 10/28/14 11:36 AM

B > P PARLANCE
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Jump to new posts Re: Hard to shift by A C Bowden @ 10/28/14 08:34 AM

CALENDAR D ----> B BARNACLE
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Jump to new posts Re: Redrafting the speech by wofahulicodoc @ 10/28/14 07:12 AM

By George, he's got it!
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Jump to new posts Re: Redrafting the speech by A C Bowden @ 10/27/14 10:29 PM

Franklin D. Roosevelt Scribbled: "The Japs will be Fighting to die if they're Dying to fight". Then he deleted this Antimetabole, Thinking such rhetoric Sounded too trite.
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Jump to new posts only time will tell by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 09:59 PM

CANDELA + R CALENDAR
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Jump to new posts Re: Luminous intensity by A C Bowden @ 10/27/14 09:47 PM

CANDLE + A CANDELA
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Jump to new posts Anu has thrown the gantlet by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 09:21 PM

Today's Word-a-Day is "antimetabole" - does that suggest anything to anyone? Like invent one in double-dactyl format?
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Jump to new posts "Light one," said P P and M by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 09:12 PM

PLANED P -->C CANDLE
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Jump to new posts - - - woodworking by LukeJavan8 @ 10/27/14 05:32 PM

T > D PLANED
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Jump to new posts Let's go for a visit,, said Gore Vidal by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 05:30 PM

...to a small PENAL + T PLANET
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Jump to new posts - - - - Devil's Island off So. America by LukeJavan8 @ 10/27/14 05:23 PM

R > P PENAL
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Jump to new posts Re: Kidney treatment by A C Bowden @ 10/27/14 05:20 PM

LAZER Z ----> N RENAL
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Jump to new posts - - - -now used in surgery by LukeJavan8 @ 10/27/14 05:12 PM

T > Z LAZER
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Jump to new posts Re: Thought I heard LAFTER.. by endymion6 @ 10/27/14 02:19 PM

FALTER - F ..when I said, See you LATER
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Jump to new posts - - - -hesitate by LukeJavan8 @ 10/27/14 01:13 PM

H > F FALTER
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Jump to new posts It's a double-dactyl! by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 12:36 PM

ANTIMETABOLE PRONUNCIATION: (AN-ti-muh-TAB-uh-lee) MEANING: noun: A repetition of words or an idea in a reverse order. Example: "To fail to plan is to plan to fail." ETYMOLOGY: From Greek antimetabole, from anti- (opposite) + metabole (chan
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Jump to new posts a computer program with an answer by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 12:17 PM

HEALER or the top of a woman's two-piece summer suit E --> T or a strappy apparatus designed to make it easier to control or lead or show a horse HALTER "Do you use a halter on your mount when you ride, Tom?" "Not a bit!" he answered swiftly.
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Jump to new posts Re: Cure me.. by endymion6 @ 10/27/14 11:50 AM

REALER R ---- > H ..of something, St Luke .. HEALER
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Jump to new posts Re: Teach me something by LukeJavan8 @ 10/27/14 11:14 AM

H > A REALER
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Jump to new posts Teach me something by wofahulicodoc @ 10/27/14 06:46 AM

...preferably a satirical song HURLER U --> E "Been there, done that," said Tom LEHRER
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