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#195140 - 12/19/10 08:20 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: Candy]
Originally Posted By: CandyOriginally Posted By: FaldageBut back to our drive-by poster's question:
I know Grammer and Dresser are actors, probably better known for their TV work than anything else, but the rest don't fit that category as far as I know.
But didn't Bexter answered back on the other page?
They are examples of palindromes.
racecar is another.
I was generously assuming that GRAMMER wasn't a misspelling of grammar.
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