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Fia wrote:Duh! ziplock?
Yay! Your go.
You're welcome animist I just lurk here and wanted to help you clever folk out of your hiatus.animist wrote:[...and are reminded, as I have quite forgotten the infamous Diplock courts) - thanks for putting me out of my misery, Fia .
Tetenterre wrote: Yay! Your go.
Fia wrote: Where's the lovely Emma when I need her?
Ok I'll try, if I can get the right clue, bear with me:
Hennycherry pennymchevy .... och I dunno, it's 5/4 syllables:
Misattributed flower and plant genus goes out on Sunday night.
Tetenterre wrote:Nowhere near, although my second part is not a million miles away (but marginally less crude ) in meaning. The "top" may have a meaning you are unfamiliar with but, once you get that bit, the rest should become clear...
Formal proposal: The rest only has to be phonetically identical if it is indicated as being such by the consonants in the "Henny penny" bit of the clue.animist wrote:(eg a strict rhyme has only the first syllables actually rhyming, the rest of the two words being phonetically identical)
Thanks. We should monitor it, just in case there was a darned good reason for Emma's "sticklerhood" that is not yet apparent to us; she was no fool!formal proposal - agreed!
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