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Hogwarsh Results #98913
03/18/03 01:30 AM
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HOGWASH : phagotum
RESULTS ON PAGE FIVE
choose one

a) Alimentation, the liquid pushed through a tube into a comatose person's stomach.

b) Outdoor restaurant in an agora (Greek marketplace); by extension, any sidewalk café.

c) The algae which clings to rocks and docks at the water line of fresh water lakes and slow-moving streams.

d) Appellation for the Hughes BGM-71 fly-by-wire anti-tank missile, nicknamed the "little tank eater" (from phago-, eating + Tank Unhinging Missile).

e) A glutton - someone who eats too much.

f) An open-work decoration of fabric in which thread is drawn in crisscross stitches across an open seam; a corruption from Greek “phaekelos” (i.e., fagot).

g) A traveling cloak used for protection against stormy weather.

h) Roman military rations which consisted of corn, bacon, cheese, vegetables, fruit, olive oil and wine.

i) A Renaissance-era prototype of the bassoon (fagotte), originally designed with bagpipes in mind.

j) Any of an order of insectivorous vascular plants often with the sporangia borne in lanceolate-shaped strobili.

k) Medical term for the effects of a previous attack of acid indigestion on 'beneficial bacteria' in the bowel. "He is suffering from phagotum".

l) A colony of flesh-eating bacteria.

m) Residue from a deteriorating cell.

n) Something eaten which is not normally part of the eater's diet.



Re: Hogwarsh #98914
03/18/03 01:48 PM
03/18/03 01:48 PM
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It is probably "e"; but I love "d" - it really ought to be the answer.
However, the ornate language of J
so appeals to me that it has to have my vote, right or wrong.


Re: Hogwarsh #98915
03/18/03 04:47 PM
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I mo vote for h just because so many people will reject it for the inclusion of corn on the list.


Re: Hogwarsh #98916
03/18/03 05:22 PM
03/18/03 05:22 PM
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Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
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Corn?


Re: Hogwarsh #98917
03/18/03 05:24 PM
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Yeah, corn. You got a problem with that?


Re: Hogwarsh #98918
03/18/03 06:06 PM
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Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
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No problem...just, Corn?


Re: Hogwarsh #98919
03/18/03 06:22 PM
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OK, corn.


Re: Hogwarsh #98920
03/18/03 06:24 PM
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Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
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Amaizeing!


Re: Hogwarsh #98921
03/18/03 06:35 PM
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What's maize got to do with it?


Re: Hogwarsh #98922
03/18/03 06:50 PM
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Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
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What's maize got to do with it?

Oh, c'mon, Faldage...now you're being corny.



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