Construct a phrase : A 4/5 or 5/4 or any 9-letter phrase (or 9-letter word) -- part 19
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* Rudolph Hess was a leading Nazi; after a failed attempt to broker peace he was locked up for life in Spandau.
*This phrase may have been uttered at some time or other. Probably NOT just after opening a Christmas present.
*Of course I realize that, in real life, Bede was a writer, not an artist.
trolls / Sin
That is almost hilarious. Guess what I do for a living? QA Analyst? What do I write and execute all day every day? Test Cases!
e s c a L A t e s
Funny... I used to work in IT myself!
s t a l e / c a K e
Prior to May 2010, I used to be on the dark side of IT. The dreaded Developer! The one with all the releases and carrying a pager one month out of every three!
s t i n k Y / c a T
Most of my career I was on the “other” side... IT audit!!
t i n y / t r a c e
*Not sure you CAN do that to a "rep", byt what
the heck, give it a try.
t y l e n o L / a M
G q / e s Q u i r e
*Toffle: a character in a Robert Frost poem
(I know it's a bit of a stretch, but "buy" would require 3 letter changes, and Get is listed as a synonym for Buy in the thesaurus)
v I o l e t / g e M
I / L o v e / l i c e
the thesaurus. -- I'm surprised, but think that's
o, / l o n 'S / A / v e t.
e l e v A t i o n
*nyet: Russian for "no" or "not"; during cold war
reports it was quoted, leaving it in Russian so often that it
almost became an English word.
L o V e / m a n g o
l a z y / b o N e s
*referring to the frequent incorrect pronunciation
of "G" in foreign language learning
G i n g e r / m a n
*ry.: (obsolete?) abbreviation for "railway".
The reference is to 1940s Harvard baseball captain,
Don Forte. In a Harvard-Yale game that I saw,
one opponents was the late great Yale player, future
president George H. W. Bush.
p r i c e / w a r s
i T ' s / w a r p e D