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Jump to new posts - - do over by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 01:05 PM

good one! +C REENACTS
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Jump to new posts Re: On the other hand... by A C Bowden @ 08/15/14 01:02 PM

WESTERN W ----> A EASTERN
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Jump to new posts - - - It was chaotic..so it was back then,I reckon by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 12:53 PM

+E WESTERN
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Jump to new posts Re: It was chaotic.. by endymion6 @ 08/15/14 12:50 PM

WORSEN O ---- > T ..with everything just STREWN
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Jump to new posts - - -why so worried, with furrowed brow? by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 11:57 AM

B > N WORSEN
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Jump to new posts Re: - - -under my furrowed brow.. by endymion6 @ 08/15/14 11:53 AM

BOWER + S ..my eyes are still open, so I'm able to BROWSE
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Jump to new posts - - -under my grape arbor in my yard by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 11:40 AM

R > B BOWER
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Jump to new posts Re: oar, oar.. by endymion6 @ 08/15/14 11:38 AM

ARROW A ---- > E ..the boat, gently down the stream ROWER
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Jump to new posts Re: RUMINATE. by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 11:30 AM

RUMIPATE- roommate's head
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Jump to new posts Re: swamping peaches by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 11:23 AM

Thanks for the research, and WELCOME.
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Jump to new posts - - - Robin Hood by LukeJavan8 @ 08/15/14 11:16 AM

-F ARROW
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Jump to new posts .When you finish digging that by jenny jenny @ 08/15/14 10:08 AM

FURROW u>a come see the FARROW Ain't they cute?
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Jump to new posts RUMINATE. by jenny jenny @ 08/15/14 09:44 AM

ruminate PRONUNCIATION: (ROO-mi-nayt) MEANING: verb tr., intr.: 1. To think deeply upon. 2. To chew the cud. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin ruminare (to chew the cud), from rumen (throat). Earliest documented use: 1533. USAGE: "It's like having littl
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Jump to new posts Re: My brain's command .. by endymion6 @ 08/15/14 08:38 AM

BURROW B ---- > F ...to my brow, now! FURROW
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Jump to new posts Re: Dig a hole by A C Bowden @ 08/15/14 07:34 AM

WOBURN N ----> R BURROW
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Jump to new posts Good Night, Robin. by jenny jenny @ 08/15/14 01:30 AM

No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world. - Robin Williams
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Jump to new posts Re: swamping peaches by toddster @ 08/15/14 01:15 AM

An old thread, but sorry, none of you are even close. The Swamper is a worker (usually a teen) who drives the tractor through the orchard and collects the fruit from the pickers. He (sorry, usually broad shoulders required) tallies the number of buc
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Jump to new posts Re: Get us outta here, cabbie.. by endymion6 @ 08/14/14 11:31 PM

UNBORN N ---- > W ..take us to WOBURN
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Jump to new posts Re: INCULCATING Junior. by jenny jenny @ 08/14/14 11:25 PM

INCULTATE - to inject a dogmatic cult mindset into a cultural structure that allows free thought.
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Jump to new posts Re: I could be wrong.. by endymion6 @ 08/14/14 09:14 PM

BUNION I ---- > R ...but my guess is the next Blue Ox is as yet UNBORN
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Jump to new posts agony of de feet by wofahulicodoc @ 08/14/14 09:05 PM

NOBBIN B -> U BUNION (that's simply a-Paul-ing)
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Jump to new posts Re: INCULCATING Junior. by wofahulicodoc @ 08/14/14 09:02 PM

INCULCASTE - to teach a system of rigid class structure; related to HIGHERARCHY
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Jump to new posts INCULCATING Junior. by jenny jenny @ 08/14/14 07:54 PM

inculcate PRONUNCIATION: (in-KUHL-kayt, IN-kuhl-) MEANING: verb tr.: To instill something into the mind of a person by repetition. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin inculcare (to tread on), from in- (in) + calcare (to tread), from calx (heel). Earliest do
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Jump to new posts - - -new technology, new terms by LukeJavan8 @ 08/14/14 06:50 PM

B > N NOBBIN http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nobbin
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Jump to new posts Re: Heads you win by Tromboniator @ 08/14/14 04:02 PM

Originally Posted By: wofahulicodoc Like 'em all! But...you're sure CAPITULANE isn't the Dean of that University in N'Awlins?? CAPITULAZE I just don't have the energy to argue with you.
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