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B > Y

CAYMAN


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CAYMAN

C ---- > D

for work done, in measure known as


MAN-DAY

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MONDAY


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...and today belongs to he who seizes it.
And I hereby seize it.
Now all of you are in my seized
y -> i DOMAIN so behave. smirk

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MANIOC

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I seem to recall that Margery Allingham wrote a bunch of mysteries featuring

detective Albert CAMPION

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Well, even if not, he was certainly a


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They bang around in the stall
a>g
CHOMPING at the bit.

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PHONEMIC


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PHONEMIC

P-->W: CHOW-MEIN
Nah. Twenty minutes later you're just hungry for words again.

Delete E: M. CHOPIN (M. = "Monsieur." French was the language of the Arts, oui?)
Nah. We'll do better closer to home.

M-->T: PINOCHET

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