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Jump to new posts -the desert sun by LukeJavan8 @ 09/13/14 10:36 PM

+A RADIATES
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Jump to new posts Re: Back to the desert... by A C Bowden @ 09/13/14 08:28 PM

DEAREST E ----> I ARIDEST
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Jump to new posts - - - -Mommie by LukeJavan8 @ 09/13/14 08:19 PM

+A DEAREST
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Jump to new posts Was that anywhere near the Sahara? by wofahulicodoc @ 09/13/14 06:29 PM

CREEDS C -> T DESERT
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Jump to new posts - -- list of beliefs as at Nicaea in 325ad. by LukeJavan8 @ 09/13/14 12:03 PM

-S CREEDS
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Jump to new posts Re:I was sure I leveled 'em.. by endymion6 @ 09/13/14 02:53 AM

RECEDES E ---- > S ..thought I'd laid them out like concrete, 'til they said I wrote boring SCREEDS
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Jump to new posts What shall I do? My hairline by wofahulicodoc @ 09/12/14 09:02 PM

DECREE add S RECEDES Maybe I should buy a fancy expensive car.
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Jump to new posts - - - -one way to rule, by by LukeJavan8 @ 09/12/14 11:15 AM

Y > C DECREE
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Jump to new posts My mind is made up, don't confuse me with facts by wofahulicodoc @ 09/12/14 08:16 AM

DISSUADE PRONUNCIATION: (di-SWAYD) MEANING: verb tr.: To convince someone not to do something. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin dissuadere (to advise against), from dis- (away) + suadere (to advise), from suavis (sweet). Ultimately from the Indo-Euro
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Jump to new posts info is where you find it, but a PR campaign helps by wofahulicodoc @ 09/11/14 09:28 AM

PROMULGATE PRONUNCIATION: (PROM-uhl-gayt, pro-MUHL-) MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To make a law, rule, etc. known by public declaration. 2. To make publicly known an idea, belief, etc. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin promulgare (to make known), from pro- (forw
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Jump to new posts Re: Poor intonation by A C Bowden @ 09/10/14 06:10 PM

Our church held a fete in July; The weather was sunny and dry. A fiddling pair Played an old English air They were crap, but they gave it a try. ASHLAR ASTOUNDING
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Jump to new posts DIS ABUSE will not be tolerated by wofahulicodoc @ 09/10/14 12:51 PM

DISABUSE PRONUNCIATION: (dis-uh-BYOOZ) MEANING: verb tr.: To free from a mistaken belief or error. ETYMOLOGY: Via French, from Latin dis- (away) + abusus (misuse, wasting). Earliest documented use: 1611. --------------------------------- DA
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Jump to new posts Re: Is a comma needed after 'mother'? by May @ 09/10/14 08:28 AM

Sounds like ESPN, sport's fans. From the movie Blended. Can we get a fist bump, 'Larry'?
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Jump to new posts Re: not very effective, that by wofahulicodoc @ 09/09/14 09:05 PM

VOUCHSAFE PRONUNCIATION: (vouch-SAYF) MEANING: verb tr.: To grant or give something as if as a favor. verb intr.: To condescend. ETYMOLOGY: Via French, from Latin vocare (to call) + salvus (whole, intact). Earliest documented use: 1303. ------
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Jump to new posts Re: Is a comma needed after 'mother'? by tsuwm @ 09/09/14 10:03 AM

Who's Espen?
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Jump to new posts Re: Is a comma needed after 'mother'? by May @ 09/09/14 08:47 AM

Cipher... Mod squad Harold and Maude Or, my personal favorite Maud Lynn Thanks, AWAD. I cracked Espen within seconds. Cheerio
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