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IANAD, but I'm pretty sure you wouldn't hear anything without your COCHLEA.

In another sense, study ALTHO LYMPH GOO.


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One doesn't need an eye expert to see OPHTHALMOLOGY here. (I'd bet your belly-button you didn't mean TH' OMPHALOLOGY instead.)

But then I'm not really sure you need all these ELASTIC PIES, anyway. My own excepted, of course.
 
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SPECIALTIES.

Like one who will AGONIZE over RICOTTA, perhaps?


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There's the problem: I was looking for a medical specialty. My thinking needs another
CATEGORIZATION.

Next time I'll look through A TIGER LENS (or else process the data using E-INTEGRALS).
 
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Ten days without a nibble -- time to move on.

We were talking about medical SPECIALTIES before, so I thought I'd trot out a GENERALIST.

If we wanted to find someone else to take his place, do you think we might LET IN A TUNE ?
 
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Ten days without a nibble -- time to move on.

We were talking about medical SPECIALTIES before, so I thought I'd trot out a GENERALIST.

If we need to see a someone junior in his place, do you think we might LET IN A TUNE ?
 
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LIEUTENANT

Is that work one of these ACE EMPTIERS?


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MASTERPIECE indeed. Since I saw it in the Theater I've never been able to forget that
KOALA IS EROTIC !
 
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(Koala etc. is two words. Sorry.)
 
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Some like it in the pot, nine days old.

Here's a rather broad hint.
 
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Methinks the late ALISTAIR COOKE would have approved of "'E BAD, BONNY TWO"
(also two words)
 
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Interesting. Alistair Cooke is remembered in Britain for his record long-running radio programme Letter from America but I doubt many of us know about his other radio or TV shows across the pond.


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'E BAD, BONNY TWO

Did you mean "WE BAD, BONNY TWO"? With the second W it turns nicely into
"Downtown Abbey."

If so, all I can offer in return is to make two words out of three, and
SPIT AUSTRIAN SWORDS...
 
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It is, in fact, "Downton Abbey", so a second W isn't required.

UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS

The period he WADED RAIN.


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EDWARDIAN

Fap. Here I was speculating that Edward and Ian were two of the characters... At Last I put it all together.

Do you think they might ever have had adaptations made for radio broadcast? Or would you suspect that, had they tried, an ERROR MIGHT DAMPen the audience's enthusism too much?
 
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That must be the THIRD PROGRAMME, now known as BBC Radio 3.

The Rt Hon Baron Fellowes of West Stafford, the author of Downton Abbey, is a particularly annoying CRISP RIVETS PIT.


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A PRESCRIPTIVIST, is he? Some might simply say RADIATION TILTS.
 
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He's more than just a TRADITIONALIST. His message is DILUTED.


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Ah, a LUDDITE. When faced with change he turns INTO BEAST. Or, worse, CLARINET CART.
 
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OBSTINATE? RECALCITRANT? Sounds like a breed which I, SEAN, IN a foolish mood might ride.
 
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It might well be ASININE, but at least it SLAMS HER.
 
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Mostly HARMLESS but HER THICK HI gives it away.


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She may look like a HITCHHIKER but asking for her TIRED SCION gives her away.
 
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Hitchhiking? has she no DISCRETION? or was that some kind of DEER PUN?
 
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Actually, there's another anagram in the upper-right-drawer of my desk, which has my target in it, just for the asking.

But I"m at a loss for your DEER PUN. I can make up all kinds of word-sounding combinations, none of which seems right:
UPENDER
PENDURE and PENDEUR (didn't want to keep you hanging)
DEPRUNE
DEEPRUN (submarines do it, silently)
PRENUDE

They go downhill from there.

Maybe we both need to keep attacking the problems, only from a different direction.
 
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Sorry, I erred. I left the "c" out of "prudence". Please take the next word.
 
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Okay, how about the other TIRED SCION then?
 
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DIRECTIONS are right.

A LITTLE SEA might give them to you.


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My GPS smartphone says it gets directions by locating me in relation to a SATELLITE or three.

And it can also give me directions on how to write a picture-perfect song and dance routine:
HOP, HOP, TRY A "G". Siriously !
 
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PHOTOGRAPHY

Neither rat NOR MOUSE is this.


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"What shall I call
My dear little dormouse?
His eyes are small,
But his tail is e-nor-mouse..."

as A.A.Milne said in The NICER NIGHTS
 
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CHRISTENING

A NAIF MONITOR might tell you.


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INFORMATION !

We're flooded with it, yea, swamped, AND UNITED !
 
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INUNDATED

Was this VALIANT NUDIE?


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ANTEDILUVIAN ? I have Noah Dea. But it might foretell a flood of questions.

Here's one: How can you recognize a closet drinker? By his ANTI-BEER I.D. !
 
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Quite the opposite: INEBRIATED.

Probably PAID DEISTS the next day.


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DISSIPATED indeed. RUSS TORE down the street before he remembered to get his pants from the closet!
 
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Caught with his TROUSERS down was he?

The IRON TOASTER in mid-17th century England.


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To invoke another meaning of RESTORATION, you never know what you're going to find in the
SIMPLE PAST.
 
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PALIMPSEST

Instructions for a MOUNTED ACTION figure?


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I called my grandfather for DOCUMENTATION, seeking enlightenment, but all I got was
ANCESTOR NOT IN... :-(
 
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To our CONSTERNATION, the MATURER BLOKE is a nuisance.


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TROUBLEMAKER? Why, that's the CARMENIST who robbed me of my love!
 
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A MISCREANT indeed.

Obviously, GIANT DONUTS.


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GIANT DONUTS on the computer? OUTSTANDING !
Then, unless I lose my balance, I can E-DEVOUR them!
(I should have thought of that a while ago.)
 
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If something is OVERDUE it can't be EXTEND PUCE.


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UNEXPECTED? No. But vengeance pursues, in the form of a DOUR CLAN.
 
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CAULDRON? Is it a magic one? Reading these books might induce SEMI-RIGOR.

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Okay, I give. All I have after two weeks is GORMERISM - which is your fate if you aren't gormless - but that can't be the answer because a) there's an extra M and a missing I and b) anyway I just made it up.

Clue/hint, please, arnie?
 
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Heck. I must have made some mistake. I honestly can't remember what was the word I was thinking of. You'd best take it away. Sorry! Eek


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