Construct a phrase : A 4/5 or 5/4 or any 9-letter phrase (or 9-letter word) -- part 26
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b u Y / m a l l E t
t a m e / b u l l y
0h woops, that has 2 'ns' , scrub that...
l e A D / t o n g s
What a bad linebacker's stat line might look like after a football game!
As one that isn't a tea drinker, no idea if such a flavor exists!
B e r N i e 's / m a
g r a d e / a / e G G
(That's what they call a "2" in various dice games - Double 1's)
r e d / p a p A y A
(fanned in another word for struck out in baseball, so in essence, a pitcher that struck out 10 batters)
(I'm assuming we can add punctuation for hyphenated words where only the 9 letters count - the hyphen doesn't carry forward.)
(Ok, I know they are charges, not fines, but charges is too many letters - Have fun in prison Harvey Weinstein!)
c a v i t Y, / s I r?
(As in CA - Abbreviation for California, since CA, WA, NY, and MA are the ones hardest hit with the Coronavirus right now!)