Each counter is a familiar word

On-Air Challenge

Each counter is a familiar word that commences with A-D and is an anagram of the given letters. For case, given the “pat,” the counter would be “adapt.”

Last Week’s Challenge

Spell a component of the human body. Change nfl jersey one of the letters to an E, and rearrange the issue to call another component of the human body. What body parts are these? Clue: Both parts of the body are item you can see.

Answers: Neck to knee, arm to ear, hand to head, calf to face.

Winner: Madhu Madhavan of Alexandria, Va.

Next Week’s Challenge

From Merl Reagle: Take a regular girl’s call that’s six letters long. Change the fourth letter to the subsequent letter in the alphabet to receive Hotel Slippers another regular girl’s name. What labels are these?

Submit Your Answer

If you know the counter to subsequent week’s argue, yield it here. Listeners any person who yield appropriate counters win a chance to play the on-air puzzle. Important: Include a phone diagram where we can Wedding Dresses Online
come you Thursday at 3 p.m. Eastern.


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