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 on: Today at 09:30:17 PM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Ozzyjack
Hi Pen,

The editor in chief is the wizard with words in our family, closely followed by OzzymAndias, and I come a poor third.  OzzymAndias returned to Canberra today, so we are feeling a bit lonely and I have no excuse for a single malt nightcap. Sad

You are a whiz on those word puzzles. I would have missed three if I didn't cheat.  For those who are still puzzling, the answers are:split decision; two steps forward, one step back; take from the rich and give to the poor, blood is thicker than water (this was not obvious on an iPad as I discovered too late, as it doesn't support the necessary fonts); cornerstone; and the little house on the prairie.

Just to keep you in practice:    gra 12" ve    polmomice    wineeee

Darby and Joan:



 on: Today at 09:14:46 PM 
Started by Alan W - Last post by Alan W
This topic has been moved to Words.

 on: Today at 09:13:32 PM 
Started by Alan W - Last post by Alan W
This topic has been moved to Words.

 on: Today at 07:13:37 AM 
Started by Dragonman - Last post by TRex
Glad to be of help and glad you are able to print.

 on: Today at 01:43:05 AM 
Started by Dragonman - Last post by Dragonman
Many Thanks to Pat and T.Rex.
I am now able to print  Grin


 on: Today at 01:02:46 AM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Hobbit
Nearly home time Smiley  I just had to tip my hat to your Editor in Chief!  I've just noticed that she's got a rosette on the 7-by-many Smiley  Brilliant. I don't know why but I can never get very many words on this puzzle.  I think the repeating letters baffle me (is there a theme going on? laugh)

 on: Yesterday at 11:43:43 PM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Hobbit

I solved all your puzzles bar one!  ch poorri?  Has me baffled (not difficult as you know laugh)

I loved your cartoons - made me laugh out loud!  Naughty & funny laugh

Your lunch sounds perfect Hungry  I can't remember when I last had a roast dinner.  Lamb is my favourite!

Three guys stranded on a desert island find a magic lantern containing a genie, who grants them each one wish. The first guy wishes he was off the island and back home. The second guy wishes the same. The third guy says: ĎIím lonely. I wish my friends were back here.í



 on: Yesterday at 03:29:16 PM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Ozzyjack

I needed some help to get my mind on a wavelength with your puzzles in your excellent post.

Here are some more in the same vein

DECI  SION   step step pets   ch poorri   Blood   water




Just as well that I had a good gym session this morning because Iíve had a big roast lunch washed down with Shiraz and a Cheesecake with Muscat and Iím off for a poppy nap.

 on: Yesterday at 02:05:38 PM 
Started by mkenuk - Last post by Alan W
The word will be treated as rare from now on.

 on: Yesterday at 02:04:30 PM 
Started by anonsi - Last post by Alan W
The link to the online Oxford in anonsi's original post is solid support for adding ribbit.

But the Oxford entry goes further and lists the word as a verb, suggesting that we should accept ribbited and ribbiting as well as ribbit. And these forms of the word are in use. For example, a Guardian headline in 2017: "Ribbiting stuff: museum app gives people chance to help in frog research". In the article: "Australia has 240 named native species of frog, but the museum wants to identify what it believes are dozens more still ribbiting under the radar."

So ribbit, ribbited and ribbiting will be allowed in future as rare - but hopefully not endangered - words.

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