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#1883 05/01/00 03:34 PM
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Obvious candidates in "dentigerous" are "tiger" and "gnu." Would "runt" - an unusually small animal - also qualify?

#1884 05/02/00 12:15 PM
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Am assuming names capable of being read out directly from within the word, not anagrammatic ones. So I think 'tiger' certainly counts.

For today's, I presume it is 'asp'.


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