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Saturday, October 30, 2004
The Divine Miss
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I found an 8/90!
an 8 for 65
Only played for a short time and already found 39 words, many 7's and an 8. Is this going to be one of those giant grids?
MammaJill, what does your 8 for 90 start with?
Found the W/8/90.
At 12:59 am sprite said...
"Is this going to be one of those giant grids?"
4 .... 48
5 .... 26
6 .... 22
7 .... 13
8 ..... 5
I have 2x W8/90 and 1x W8/80 so far. Each is a 7/8 combo.
Thanks, shortseer! Nice to know... I like the big ones, but they take too much time... and too much of my ability to tear myself away of the game. ;-D
there's a third W7/W8 combo
I can't believe that there are two L words in this game.
it looks like an l on my stats printout ... but maybe it's an i
No, it is correct. Two L-words.
Currency-name, singular/plural. Came across them once in another puzzle, not a common word.
sprite, what country is the currency from?
sprite, how many letters in the currency words?
Angola, I believe.
(now you know! lol)
sprite, thank you. I will keep trying.
It takes a very uncommon combo of starting letters.
Don't owls have hips?
sprite, thanks for the help. Got the L words after lots of noodling.
They are really obscure words, wouldn't have found them if I hadn't come across them before.
But with letter count and points they can at least be noodled a little easier.
i think googling for angolan currency could be faster than noodling
Whether tis nobler to google or to noodle ... That is the question
don't think anyone has mentioned this - another 8 for 50 and its another currency
A currency subdivision, to be exact.
Just as the L-words: subdivions of currencies.
well really, in some countries a currency subdivision, and in a few others, another name for their actual currency ;)
Nice! Would like to know which... perhaps you could tell me tomorrow?
One more S, one more P... why do the last ones always take so long? ;)
Done at 114 words 5.13 2308 points.
Apart from the L-words for (fractional) monetary unit(s) no obscure words.
I found the currency. Google didn't help. They talk about the Kwanza, the main currency. Noodling worked. Tis better to noodle than to Google. :)
One could google on currencies and then work through the lists... but either way you find something to ad to your vocabulary. ;-)
Sprite, now I have to learn how to pronounce it and to casually bring it up in conversation. LOL
e6/7 combo. What we know as a spring holiday
We'll make such an educated impression on the public... *lol*
f6/7 combo. grow more infectious
H65, P50, W90, W90, W80.
E28, F40, G40, G32, G48
H56, H48, P36, P36, S44
W68, W68, W60
Can I have a clue for the P/36 and P8/50 please
To harass with petty annoyances; bother
Is the definition for the p7 36. Fraid I dont have the 8 either!
There are 2 P7/36's.
The other is a (sub) currency.
The P8 is the plural.
Oh, sprite, would please tell me what country the P sub-currency is from or the number of points. Thanks :)
You can take your pick from Spain, Turkey and Egypt. Even from Italy in the past. :-D
And Sudan... and Lebanon... and Syria...
Having a tough time finding the A's. They are usually hard for me to locate.
Thanks, sprite, I will keep noodling. I know I will find them.
Funny, I have the same problem. Somehow the A's are harder than the rest.
My A's go:
For the P-currency: you probably have the P4/6 that forms the base.
Found the P currencies.
there is another 6 between the two 5s. but Im still one short
Then I think you need another 5 in between... ;-)
7 A's is all there is.
oops! cheers peri!
sorry - that should say cheers sprite!
sprite, may I please have clues for the g/40 and the g/48?
g 48 has no definition, but rhymes with a smelly fish
Clues for the H/56 would be appreciated. Once I find that one and the last two g sevens. I will have all of the 7's and 8's.
g 40 has a root 4 for 7 meaning to take in air
H56: most fashionable (slang)
granadan, thanks. I had the singular. Forgot to add the s.
G40: slang for cigarettes
G48: slang for "One who defrauds; a swindler" (plural)
woo hoo!, I have all of the big ones.
thanks sprite - that h was driving me batty
Having trouble finding the P's. I still need 7 more.
Es I have 446744556 can anyone tell me what Im missing.
I have the following A's. ae5, as5, as6, as5, as6. What am I missing?
You are missing AG/5 and AG/6
Thanks, I will keep looking
Thanks, found them. It helps to know what I am looking for.
Now for the e's. I have the following:
ea4, ea4, ea6, ea7, eg4, ep4, ep5, es5, es6.what am I missing?
Ef4 and Ei5.
I have the same as you
Got them, thanks sprite. Almost done.
Still need a few more words.
I am missing 2 R's. I have: re4 x 3 and one re5. What do I need?
3 more Re4's.
I have 11 W words. 10 of them start with WH and one with WI. What am I missing?
1 more Wh and 2x We.
I have 6 GA words and 4 GE words. What am I missing?
Currencies - faster than googling or noodling, go to dictionary.com, which is babble's choice, and you'll find charts, by country, by unit & subunit
I cant find any GE words
Periwinkle's Ge's are probably Gi's. ;-)
Hi Christine are you there?
I meant Gi's. Thanks, sprite.
Still missing three p-words. I have:
pe4x3, pe5, pe6x2, pe7
pi4x3, pi5x3, pi6x2, pi7, pi8
I am missing one p. You are missing one Pi5, Pi6.
I need one S. I have sa4x2,se4x4, se5x2, se6, si4x2, si5x2, si6x2, si7, st4.
There is another SA4.
Thank you, Peri. Now to find that last p6!
Thanks for all the hints.
I have lost a F
fa4x1 fe4x3 fi4x1 fr4x1
fe5x1 fi5x1 fr5x1
What am I missing please
never mind, I misread.
Runnigforhome it was a fe4 that I was missing. But thanks again
Thank you, that's what I was missing too. :)
Finally found that last PE6, worth 24 points; it is a Chinese cabbage.
I am so chuffed. This is the first babble Ive ever completed!
Im going to have a large Pimms to celebrate. Sod that its 1.12am here!
Is anybody on?
I could use a clue for the W90s.
take a wh 4 and build on it
Hello, Marianne -- I'm back, fr a while.
Granadan.... make that two Pimm's, I;ll be there 'momentarily' as they say, here in Calif.
Haven't had a Pimm's Cup for almost 40 years, I think I'm due for one.... and it's only 8pm, here.
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