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Jump to new posts hot dog or hamburger? by wofahulicodoc @ 09/25/14 08:28 PM

SHRILL H ---> G GRILLS
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Jump to new posts Re: Enjoy the rollercoaster ride by endymion6 @ 09/25/14 08:14 PM

THRILL T ---- > S ..or I'll yell at you; my voice is SHRILL
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Jump to new posts - - - -rollercoaster ride by LukeJavan8 @ 09/25/14 08:03 PM

A > I THRILL
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Jump to new posts Re: You will obey... by A C Bowden @ 09/25/14 07:04 PM

HALTER E ----> L THRALL
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Jump to new posts Re: What's the hold-up? by endymion6 @ 09/25/14 04:48 PM

TALKER K ---- > H ..or what are these that this is holding up? HALTER
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Jump to new posts - - -phone me by LukeJavan8 @ 09/25/14 04:32 PM

-s TALKER
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Jump to new posts Re: Follow me.. by endymion6 @ 09/25/14 04:05 PM

STACKER C ---- > L STALKER
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Jump to new posts the moving finger writes by wofahulicodoc @ 09/25/14 01:44 PM

DACTYLOSCOPY PRONUNCIATION: (dak-tuh-LOS-kuh-pee) MEANING: noun: The analysis of fingerprints for identification of individuals. ETYMOLOGY: From Greek dactylo- (finger or toe) + -scopy (observation). Earliest documented use: 1908. _____________
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Jump to new posts - - - those piles of canned goods by LukeJavan8 @ 09/25/14 12:42 PM

I > S STACKER
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Jump to new posts Re: I proved 'em wrong.. by endymion6 @ 09/25/14 12:22 PM

STICKER S ---- > A ..when they said I couldn't be any TACKIER
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Jump to new posts - - - - -bumper by LukeJavan8 @ 09/25/14 11:08 AM

-L STICKER
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Jump to new posts Re: I sensed a compliment.. by endymion6 @ 09/25/14 10:57 AM

TRICKLE + S ..little did I know they meant nit-picking pedant, saying I was a STICKLER
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Jump to new posts Re: Small flow by A C Bowden @ 09/25/14 08:31 AM

FLICKER F ----> T TRICKLE
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Jump to new posts - - - - -Beautiful bird by LukeJavan8 @ 09/24/14 06:23 PM

S > F FLICKER
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Jump to new posts XEROX machines make dry copies by wofahulicodoc @ 09/24/14 04:19 PM

XEROPHILOUS PRONUNCIATION: (zee-ROF-uh-luhs) MEANING: adjective: Adapted to a very dry or desert environment. ETYMOLOGY: From Greek xero- (dry) + -philous (liking). Earliest documented use: 1863. _______________________________________ XER
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Jump to new posts minme wore water repellent raincoats by wofahulicodoc @ 09/24/14 04:07 PM

and came from the city, so they called them SULKIER U-->C SLICKER
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Jump to new posts -Mine from Clare, Roscommon & Cork by LukeJavan8 @ 09/24/14 12:15 PM

+I SULKIER
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Jump to new posts Re: My ancestors were from Ireland's Co.Mayo.. by endymion6 @ 09/24/14 11:58 AM

ULSTER T ---- > K ..and at least one of them was a SULKER
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Jump to new posts - - -one of Ireland's four provinces by LukeJavan8 @ 09/24/14 11:24 AM

M > L ULSTER
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