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Jump to new posts H, He, Li, Be, and then... by wofahulicodoc @ 10/17/14 06:58 AM

BROOK K --> N BORON is Number 5 on the Periodic Table
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Jump to new posts Re: joke by A C Bowden @ 10/16/14 09:16 PM

Bertrand Russell was giving a lecture in logic to a group of students. He was explaining why a contradictory statement cannot be true. "If you accept a contradiction", he said, "it follows that absolutely anything you can think of, no matter how ri
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Jump to new posts Re: Lightly flowing by A C Bowden @ 10/16/14 08:28 PM

BOOR + K BROOK
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Jump to new posts - - I've known my share by LukeJavan8 @ 10/16/14 07:55 PM

-T BOOR
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Jump to new posts Re: Jealous Of, Happy For - How to use them together? by LukeJavan8 @ 10/16/14 07:39 PM

#3 sounds more grammatically correct, I agree with Peter, that #2 sounds more natural in every day conversation.
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Jump to new posts Rats! by Tromboniator @ 10/16/14 07:26 PM

ALLAS - EVERYTHING sucks. ATLAB - Finally, test results.
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Jump to new posts Re: Jealous Of, Happy For - How to use them together? by Tromboniator @ 10/16/14 07:14 PM

Of your three choices, I think 2 sounds the most natural. I might say I am happy for you, and jealous. Peter
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Hello All, Consider the following statements: I am happy for you. I am jealous of you. What is the correct way to use both the feelings in one sentence? 1. I am happy and jealous of you. 2. I am jealous and happy for you. 3. I am jealous of and
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Jump to new posts Re: coming home in a drone.. by endymion6 @ 10/16/14 04:16 PM

ROOST S ---- > B ROBOT
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Jump to new posts ...he said, shrugging by wofahulicodoc @ 10/16/14 03:29 PM

ATLAS PRONUNCIATION: (AT-luhs) MEANING: noun: 1. A person who supports a great burden. 2. A book of maps, charts, tables, plates, etc. 3. The top vertebra of the backbone, which supports the skull. 4. A size of drawing paper 26x33 or 26x34 inches
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Jump to new posts chickens coming home by wofahulicodoc @ 10/16/14 03:19 PM

TOURS U --> O ...to ROOST
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Jump to new posts - - - -vacations by LukeJavan8 @ 10/16/14 11:12 AM

H > T TOURS
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Jump to new posts Re: Not mine... by endymion6 @ 10/16/14 09:53 AM

YOURS Y ---- > H Were I not so SOURY, I'd say what's YOURS & mine is OURS, but I have neither world enough nor time HOURS
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Jump to new posts Re: Not mine... by A C Bowden @ 10/16/14 08:53 AM

SURLY L ----> O YOURS
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Jump to new posts chip on yer shoulder, have ye? by wofahulicodoc @ 10/16/14 06:51 AM

RULES E --> Y SURLY
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Jump to new posts Re: between Donegal and Antithesis by endymion6 @ 10/16/14 12:29 AM

ULSTER - T ..All from there always say "God Help Us' after saying they're from County Mayo..so how could I say that Mayo RULES
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Jump to new posts between Donegal and Monaghan by wofahulicodoc @ 10/15/14 10:10 PM

RESTFUL drop F ULSTER
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Jump to new posts Re: You can relax by A C Bowden @ 10/15/14 07:39 PM

FLUTTER T ----> S RESTFUL
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Jump to new posts - - - butter fly or flutter by by LukeJavan8 @ 10/15/14 05:03 PM

I > U FLUTTER
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Jump to new posts Re: Quite something by endymion6 @ 10/15/14 03:39 PM

TRIFLE + T ..and you'd never put cherry trifle through a FILTER; once you try it, you FLITTER[u][/u]
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Jump to new posts a life about to start when tomorrow comes by wofahulicodoc @ 10/15/14 12:26 PM

Fun! Vive les gendarmes! __________________________________ NARCISSIST PRONUNCIATION: (NAHR-si-sist) MEANING: noun: Someone with excessive self-interest or self-love. ETYMOLOGY: In Greek mythology, Narcissus was a hunter and a young man of
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Jump to new posts a mere nothing, I'm sure by wofahulicodoc @ 10/15/14 12:04 PM

FALTER A --> I TRIFLE (and yummy, too)
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Jump to new posts Ebb by endymion6 @ 10/15/14 11:43 AM

REFLOAT - O FALTER
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Jump to new posts Re: Raise the ship by A C Bowden @ 10/15/14 11:10 AM

LOATHER H ----> F REFLOAT
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Jump to new posts - - -despise by LukeJavan8 @ 10/15/14 10:23 AM

C > A LOATHER
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