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09/22/18 03:44 PM
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CANTOR
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09/22/18 01:32 PM

COOLANT

L —> R

CARTOON
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09/22/18 12:00 AM
OCTAGON

G > L

COOLANT
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09/21/18 07:06 PM

GAGE

PRONUNCIATION: (gayj)

MEANING:
noun:
1. A pledge: something offered as a guarantee.
2. Something thrown down as a symbol of a challenge to fight. (See also: gauntlet)
verb tr.:
To offer something as a guarantee of good faith.
Origin: From Old French g(u)age (to wage, gage), of Germanic origin. The Germanic w sound became g or gu in some French dialects. That’s the reason we have the doublets such as wage/gage, warranty/guarantee, ward/guard (also reward/regard), warden/guardian, war/guerre, and William/Guillaume. Earliest documented use: 14th century.

noun:
1. An instrument or criterion for measuring or testing.
2. The thickness or size of something. For example, diameter of a gun barrel, thickness of sheet metal, distance between the rails of a railroad track.
verb tr.: To measure or estimate.
Origin: From Old French gauge, or unknown origin. Earliest documented use: 1444.

noun:
Any of the varieties of plum, such as the greengage.
Origin: After William Gage, botanist who brought it to England from France. Earliest documented use: 1718.
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GANGE - one river in India. Its source is in the North in the Himalayas near the border with Tibet, flows mainly from West to East and through Bangladesh before emptying into the Bay of Bengal

GRAGE - where you pahk the cah

GAGLE - a colection of gese
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09/21/18 04:01 PM
This day is too rainy (5)
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09/21/18 11:10 AM
Please walk like this. (4)
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09/21/18 01:44 AM
Correct change, please. (3)
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09/21/18 12:52 AM
Originally Posted by wofahulicodoc
Identity was once Once identity was the province of psychology, not physics...but, come to think of it, the "id entity" still is). (20)

...is correct. (2)
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09/21/18 12:03 AM

RUMMY

PRONUNCIATION: (RUH-mee)

MEANING:
adjective: Odd or unconventional.
noun
1. Drunkard.
2. Any of various card games in which the objective is to make sets or sequences of three or more cards.

ETYMOLOGY:
adjective: Origin unknown. Earliest documented use: 1828.
noun:
1. From rum (an alcoholic drink distilled from sugarcane products). Earliest documented use: 1843.
2. Origin unknown. Earliest documented use: 1910.
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ARUMMY - lily-like

RUB MY... - any of several gestures my dog makes, asking to be stroked someplace not yet specified

RUM,NY -
1. former Governor of Massachusetts and Presidential candidate
2. city in upstate New York about 17 miles west-north-west of Utica
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09/20/18 08:20 PM

Identity was once the province of psychology, not physics...but, come to think of it, the "id entity" still is). (20)
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09/20/18 08:13 PM

COATING

I --> O

OCTAGON

Let's see, now: left side, right side, front side, backside, topside, bottom side, inside, outside. Yep. All eight of 'em.
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