Construct a phrase : A 4/5 or 5/4 or any 9-letter phrase (or 9-letter word) -- part 16
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(Salʻs "Ugh!" -- no):
Q. Someone sneered during my speech; was that you, Sal?
A. SALʻs "UGH"? -- NO!
u - / no / photOs !
The interim suggested game is described in a June thread of "Construct a phrase...": #74.
*Not my real opinion, of course; Iʻve taken a special liking lately to John Keats.
>84 rolandperkins: Could equally be the not late (at this date) Jon Anderson, lead singer and lyricist of one of current incarnations of Yes.
*As opposed to the Natsʻ Games A - C, and E-Z
(L put in upper case simply because a lower case l is indistinguishable from a capital i)
*polite form of address for a female, in Thailand
*Mu, the "lost continent of the Pacific" isnʻt
widely believed in by scholars, so I canʻt
guarantee that any Germans settled there.
* Sooty was a glove puppet bear on BBC childrens TV from the 50s to ?70s; he had a sidekick, a dog called Sweep.
*a reference to the late career of longtime
Detroit Tigers outfielder, "Hoot" Evers
as a play on 307 !?
* French for "pear" which would have been one change too many...
* the I should be capitalised but as I've said before, it looks too much like an "l" to be adjacent.
>399 rolandperkins: No explanation needed - you can have a new tyre on a car!
*Bill Cowley, Boston Bruins
center, 1940s -50s
*Los: character in Wiliam Blakeʻs long poems