Construct a phrase : A 4/5 or 5/4 or any 9-letter phrase (or 9-letter word) -- part 15
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* A f L: labor union, 1st half of 20th c., later
merged with Congress of Industrial Organizations
(C I O).
*Morant: "Breaker Morant", hero and title character
of the classic Australian film ""Breaker Morant"
*yan: short for "yanigan" (obsolete?) colloquialism for
a team made up of reserve players in a spring training intra-squad
*The most famous: "Mink" in literature
is "Isaac ʻMinkʻ Snopes" in a couple of William
Faulknerʻs novels. He had a lot of faults, but
being on the "wrong" side in a war, wasnʻt one of them.
I realize Yogi BERRA played baseball, not
hockey, but in his own mind he must have had goals (aka "dreams"), and, to my mind, attained most of them.
*Isle: Though I guess in real life,
the NAFTA countries are all continental.
*if you don't know what a slan is, you might not be one.
*T: (formerly MTA) The reference is to the policies of the "T"
(colloquial for the Greater Boston transportation system)
#eagerass: colloquial for "eager"
*Rem: In the accusative case, the first word of the Latin phrase "Res Publica!"
*Carthage - N African city destroyed by the Res Publica of >360 rolandperkins:
(You must have a dirty mind - I was speaking of the Japanese tea ceremony!)
Q. "(With the "Goats" playing baseball against the "Sheep"), why didnʻt the Goatsʻ 2nd-baseman "hit away" when he was at bat with a runner on first?
A. In that situation, GOATS BUNT! (434)
*Y.D.: Yankee Division, a U.S. Army unit of the
Ww II Erra (and earlier?)
*I donʻt really think so: Tennessean poet Allen Tate, fl. 1930s -40s is referred to.