For example, if I said baseball, bathing and bottle, you would say cap, as in baseball cap, bathing cap and bottle cap. SLOANE: Well, I figured that if it was going to be two past-tense verbs that they would probably both end in E-D and came up with tackled and then sort of did the calculation of moving the letters forward and was just left with the other five letters to unscramble and get fumbled. I said, name something you see when going to the movies in two words, change the sixth letter to an R, and you'll get something you might buy at a grocery in three words. And we'll start with three-letter answers. If you know the answer to next week's challenge, submit it here. And the added letter at the end of the anagram will always be the last letter in the name of the country. Think of a 7-letter past tense verb for something good you might have done in a football game. Name a country.
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Sunday Puzzle: Made-Up Phrases. On-air challenge: Every answer is the name of a country, for which I'll give you an anagram. For example Sunday Puzzle. NPR Change that letter and you get a box of rice.
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It'll be fun. You'll get a past tense verb for something bad you might have done in football. It came from listener Sandy Kutin of Princeton, N.
And the added letter at the end of the anagram will always be the last letter in the name of the country. Sunday Puzzle.
Remember; just one entry per person please. Think of a familiar two-word phrase — 5 letters in each word — that might be something you'd write in a letter.