Let us Play Change One word Game
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*Cleveland Indians outfielder of the 1930s-40s
*From the title of the Agatha Christie
classic The Body in the Library
*famed old time baseball player,
St. Louis Cardinals, 1930s
*the traditional color of Holy Cross Collegeʻs
From a The Merchant of Venice line:
"You would have moneys? Moneys is your suit?" that I have translated into modern English: "You want a loan? A loan is your request?"
*the way the American "suit yourself" is said in Oceania.
*birthplace of Celia Houghton Mallon,
grandmother of @rolandpeerkins
*Iʻve only heard this phrase once; it was said jokingly and
not by a native English-speaker.
(Also t-s (226) would be hard to play on, unless your post is in Greek.)
So, playing on 225:
Yes, sorry, I did jump into the wrong game; hence the J puzzled me.
Playing on 227:
* a card game which I have heard of, but not in the past few decades
*TV character played by singer-comedian Frankie Fontein opposite "Joe the Bartender" (Jackie Gleason)
--over their nominating his senior colleague Estes Kefauver (D, TN) for vice-president in 1956. (Oh, well the Eisenhower-Nixon ticket defeated Stevenson-Kefauver easily.)
Yes, ". . . Goreʻs temporary feud with his party" plays on ʻPARty favor" (253).
*In U. S. History, before 1929, "depressions" were called "panics".
*Donʻt know if this exists anywhere today; I remember it as a space in "Monopoly" where nothing happens if you land on it.
*Itʻs allowable to use the spelling "JoHnson"
if playing on "Jonson".
*(adapted from Isaac Asimovʻs classic
title: The Caves of Steel.)
*One of the two "Surface" Brothers in an 18th c.
(Oliver Goldsmith) comedy