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I'm a compulsive crossword puzzle solver. I don't know what the phenomenon is, but filler words seem to be in vogue for a while, then disappear from the puzzlemakers' lexicons. Currently "iatric" with a definition "of or relating to medicine" is much in vogue.
I wonder what causes this phenomenon. And someone I know is a former puzzlemaker. I must track him down and ask.
TEd (who makes hay while the sun shines)
Entire Thread Subject Posted By Posted today's x-bonus wwh 03/29/02 02:10 PM Re: iatric mystique Wordwind 04/15/02 12:10 PM Re: iatric mystique wwh 04/15/02 02:50 PM Re: iatric mystique Wordwind 04/15/02 03:27 PM Re: iatric mystique wwh 04/15/02 04:52 PM Re: iatric mystique TEd Remington 05/06/02 08:17 PM
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