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Jump to new posts Re: The lady running SONY.. by endymion6 @ 01/20/15 11:14 AM

RICKSHA I ---- > E ..asked somebody to call her a cab HACKERS
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Jump to new posts - - - travel contrivance by LukeJavan8 @ 01/20/15 10:59 AM

Y > S RICKSHA
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Jump to new posts Re: Love is blind.. by endymion6 @ 01/20/15 08:37 AM

CHARITY T ---- > K ..but did CHARITY have to be a blind alley? Maybe this desperation shot will enable us to extricate, going to something -icky, maybe... HAYRICK ..the deck was STACKED against us
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Jump to new posts Re: And the.. by endymion6 @ 01/19/15 01:18 PM

CLARITY L ---- > H ..greatest of these is love, so they say CHARITY
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Jump to new posts - - -CLEAR by LukeJavan8 @ 01/19/15 12:48 PM

D > C CLARITY
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Jump to new posts Re: I would've got this sooner.. by endymion6 @ 01/19/15 12:36 PM

ADROITLY ..but it just occurred to me to drop the O I've always been a little slow on the draw TARDILY
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Jump to new posts - - - -dextrously by LukeJavan8 @ 01/19/15 11:38 AM

R > A ADROITLY
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Jump to new posts Ne plus ultra by wofahulicodoc @ 01/19/15 11:04 AM

ULTRACREPIDARIAN PRONUNCIATION: (uhl-truh-krep-i-DAYR-ee-uhn) MEANING: adjective: Giving opinions beyond one’s area of expertise. noun: One who gives opinions beyond one’s area of expertise. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin ultra (beyond) + crepidarius
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Jump to new posts Hot time in the old town tonight by wofahulicodoc @ 01/19/15 10:40 AM

DILATORY A --> R TORRIDLY (Btw here's the John Cage reference, from wikipedia)
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Jump to new posts Re: My eyes have been opened wider.. by endymion6 @ 01/19/15 09:27 AM

IDOLAToR o/E ---- > Y (preceding had a typo; no harm no foul) ..and I see we must slow this thing down DILATORY..I didn't catch the Cage performance; I'd say if it had been a Nicolas Cage creation, it'd be 4 hours and 33 minutes
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Jump to new posts - - - -believer in idols by LukeJavan8 @ 01/18/15 08:57 PM

N > D IDOLATOR
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Jump to new posts Something akin to that... by wofahulicodoc @ 01/18/15 06:08 PM

Have you heard me sing "4 Minutes, 33 Seconds" by John Cage? I didn't think sol. BARITONE B --> L RELATION
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