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Jump to new posts Re: I took some of the leather that .. by endymion6 @ 07/29/15 08:45 PM

INLET L ---- > S ..my skin's developing these days and added it to my computer desk as a 'mouse' INSET..if i had your fork, i'd'a,maybe, used its TINES
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Jump to new posts Gone fishin' by wofahulicodoc @ 07/29/15 08:30 PM

TINSEL drop S INLET
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Jump to new posts Re: Glittering alternatives by A C Bowden @ 07/29/15 06:56 PM

Either LENTIL L ---> S TINSEL or TINES + L TINSEL
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Jump to new posts Block those UV rays! by wofahulicodoc @ 07/29/15 05:08 PM

Le Via tan - skin pigmentation from walking Italian roads
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Jump to new posts The Yard Sale Kid by May @ 07/29/15 03:21 PM

Ifleviathen- never park here ever, idiot
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Jump to new posts hosted by Jerry Levis ? by wofahulicodoc @ 07/29/15 03:16 PM

LEVIATHAN PRONUNCIATION: (li-VY-uh-thuhn) MEANING: noun: Something large and powerful. ETYMOLOGY: Via Latin from Hebrew liwyathan (whale). Earliest documented use: 1382. _________________________ A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: A happy marriage is t
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Jump to new posts moving right along... by wofahulicodoc @ 07/29/15 03:11 PM

Originally Posted By: LukeJavan8 LICENSE E > T SILENT ...I don't C it ! _________________________ It was Yogi Berra, I think: "If you come to a fork in the road, take it!" SILENT drop L TINES
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Jump to new posts Re: Boil me a legume by endymion6 @ 07/29/15 02:43 PM

SILENT S ---- > L LENTIL
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Jump to new posts - - -partner by LukeJavan8 @ 07/29/15 01:26 PM

E > T SILENT
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Jump to new posts credentials, please by wofahulicodoc @ 07/29/15 01:23 PM

STENCIL T --> E Do you have a LICENSE ?
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Jump to new posts Re: - - -all over with the chill air by endymion6 @ 07/29/15 12:50 PM

TINGLES G ---- > C ..while the icicles GLISTEN, I'll try to STENCIL
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Jump to new posts - - -all over with the chill air by LukeJavan8 @ 07/29/15 11:24 AM

-N TINGLES
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Jump to new posts Re: Wonder if... by endymion6 @ 07/29/15 10:48 AM

LINNETS + G ...Big Bird was ever a NESTLING
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Jump to new posts Re: Species of finch by A C Bowden @ 07/29/15 10:41 AM

NESTING G ---> L LINNETS
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Jump to new posts Re: Easy victory by endymion6 @ 07/29/15 09:02 AM

BESTING B ---- > N ..it was obviously a four-minute or so one for you; sorry. i must have been NESTING
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Jump to new posts Re: Easy victory by A C Bowden @ 07/28/15 10:16 PM

Originally Posted By: A C BowdenGIBBETS B ---> N BESTING
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Jump to new posts Re: - - -pants in tri-state area by endymion6 @ 07/28/15 08:10 PM

BIGGEST G ---- > B ..or worldwide - ..and other infamous places to meet one's maker GIBBETS
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Jump to new posts Re: Easy victory by A C Bowden @ 07/28/15 08:10 PM

GIBBETS B ---> N BESTING
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Jump to new posts - - - -gallows by LukeJavan8 @ 07/28/15 08:06 PM

B > B GIBBETS
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Jump to new posts Re: Page reference by A C Bowden @ 07/28/15 07:44 PM

Originally Posted By: wofahulicodocAt 1000 entries it's time to turn the page. Well, not quite 1000, but near enough...
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Jump to new posts Re: Let them eat cake by A C Bowden @ 07/28/15 07:38 PM

Originally Posted By: IndigoskyThe expression Marie Antoinette was unjustly accused of was "let them eat cake" In French: Qu'ils mangent de la brioche!
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Jump to new posts Go Back Three Spaces by wofahulicodoc @ 07/28/15 06:05 PM

Speaking of the former president of China, did you catch this little gem the first time around?
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Jump to new posts tiger tiger burning bright by wofahulicodoc @ 07/28/15 06:02 PM

BEHEMOTH PRONUNCIATION: (bi-HEE-muth, BEE-uh-) MEANING: noun: 1. A huge or monstrous creature. 2. Something large and powerful, as an organization. ETYMOLOGY: From Hebrew behemoth, plural of behemah (beast). Earliest documented use: 1382. Behe
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Jump to new posts Re: - - -pants in tri-state area by wofahulicodoc @ 07/28/15 05:55 PM

BAGGIEST Well, of course - they're the (drop A) BIGGEST, aren't they?
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Jump to new posts - - -pants in tri-state area by LukeJavan8 @ 07/28/15 05:36 PM

N > B BAGGIEST
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