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There are lots of two-word combinations, but my guess is that you were thinking of DARK SIDE.

Failed to take off? NOT AIRSPEED


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NOT AIRSPEED

desperation

PETITIONER (O, trite pine)
 
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PETITIONER

repetition

Bathroom accident? MELTED BASIN


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"Disablement" ?
 
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I can only figure disablement also... or...

The sheep wearing Levis bleats denim. Smile
 
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Disablement it is. Why the uncertainty?

Next anagram please!


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From this side of the pond "disablement" looks like an artificial construction rather than a obvious word. "Disability" would be the more commonplace noun.

In any case --

TRUE "D" AND "N"
UNDER_TAND?
 
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Hab, I understand completely.

TRUE D AND N

redundant

Sail the sloop into the large
PEAHEN INLET...
 
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PEAHN INLET

Celeste says it's ELEPHANTINE !

LONG POSY
 
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LONG POSY

polygons

Excuse the language, but no peppers for me, I don't like that
SPICY SHIT. Smile
 
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SPICY SHIT

Physicist

TRIAL GOAL - Justice
 
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TRIAL GOAL

alligator

For my birthday, I had a
TWO JELLY CAKE! ... two words
 
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I think of yellowjacket as a stinging one-word insect...

Speaking of jelly cakes, the cafeteria says they
NEED TRAYS
 
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Our Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and our real stinging pests use two words... Smile The real ones are vicious!

They NEED TRAYS

Because they are sedentary.
 
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That's a DREAMY Hot ROD!
 
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DREAMY ROD

dromedary

I can use ITALICS, YET!


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ITALICS, YET

You may be stretching a point if you want to make that into ELASTICITY...

...or maybe you're trying to make an ITAL PUN ?
 
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ITAL PUN

Nuptial! We always marry Q and U in kindergarten..

For MY ENCORE, I will sing "Dearly Beloved"... Big Grin
 
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MY ENCORE = ceremony

and if you see a bunch of graduate students living under one roof, do you call that a
MANY-A.B. LOFT ?
 
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MANY AB LOFT

flamboyant

The cow gave birth in Alaska:

NOME - CALF
 
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NOME - CALF = Flamenco

Ole la guitarra!

LUCY, MAN - maybe even in the sky, with diamonds...
 
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LUCY, MAN

calumny

Remember that limp cup of English breakfast?
NON RIGID TEASmile
 
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Well, for starters, it's ORIGINATED + N
 
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It's also DERATIONING - is that what they did after the war?
 
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...but I suspect the word you had in mind is DENIGRATION.

If you want to make a lot of chicken soup, just
let the whole COOP SIMMER
 
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COOP SIMMER

compromise

A chicken in every pot...
ICES FEARS.
 
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ICES FEARS

fricassee

Criminal IF UNLOOSE


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IF UNLOOSE - felonious

And as long as you're making little plans...How about a
GRIM TUNA ?
 
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GRIM TUNA

A maturing fish gets eaten.

When the cameras arrive,
CELEBS SIT UP...
 
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CELEBS SIT UP = SUSCEPTIBLE

minus U plus I it's also PLEBISCITES

Overtired bratty toddler? Try a MAGIC NAP and see how fast the disposition improves!
 
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MAGIC NAP
I try for one every afternoon after school...

I will always campaign for naps!

Even the magician was astounded when his
TABLES LIFTED.
 
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TABLES LIFTED - battlefields

ASPIRIN PATTERN
 
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ASPIRIN PATTERN

I was sweating that one out!
antiperspirant

When in Brazil, ride the
LATINO BUS.
 
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LATINO BUS

ablutions

A fishing boat with an APRICOT SAIL


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APRICOT SAIL

piscatorial... smelled fishy to me!

Babies and old folks enjoy a:

SOCIAL NAPPIE in church. Smile
 
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SOCIAL NAPPIE - Episcopalian

Of course you know that old standby
BEST IN PRAYERS
(disclaimer: I didn't make up that one)
 
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BEST IN PRAYERS

Our friends, the Presbyterians.

Why did you put up the
ROOF MINARET?
 
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ROOF MINARET = REFORMATION!

speaking of which

ARMLET HIT URN

(2 words)
 
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ARMLET HIT URN = Martin Luther

(not sure this is fair, but let's try)
SEVENTEEN? IT FISHY! - hyphenated, two words
 
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small hint:

Context, context...
 
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I know, I know... but so far, all I have is

SENSITIVE TEENFHY... and that doesn't make sense.

context... !!
 
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The context is "Martin Luther."

If you google Martin Luther and click on "Feeling Lucky" it'll be in the first sentence.

With that additional info you may not need to do it !
 
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If you google Martin Luther and feeling lucky, you get the Wikipedia version of his life. I had to google "Martin Luther" to get this answer.. totally without brain power... Oh, well.. I know more now than I ever need to know. Smile

ninety-five theses

Whew!
 
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On holiday, I always stay at

KERN CAFE INNS
 
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Apparently the feeling-lucky Google site is variable.

NOT TIME ! - Capitalized

(When you've seen one made-for-TV Christmas opera, you've seen 'em all!)
 
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NOT TIME

Menotti - Amahl and the Night Visitors

Will someone please solve KERN CAFE INNS? Thanks Smile
 
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Oop! It was FRANKINCENSE.

And you're up, after Menotti. (If you've seen one Menotti opera, you've seen Amahl)
 
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Do you want to be in the Big City, or in the darkness of southern beaches?

PALMETTO NOIR
 
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Bouncing on Jupiter's moon:

Io Trampoline!
 
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PROTEMPLATION - when the Vice-President tries to lead the Senate without thinking ?

(No, darn it; one P too many.)
 
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