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  1. Thread: Hangman!

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    That's it.

    That's it.
  2. Thread: Hangman!

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    Of course -urare. So you have almost got the...

    Of course -urare. So you have almost got the answer. Come on Cacian
  3. Thread: Hangman!

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    No "I". Think Amazonian.

    No "I". Think Amazonian.
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    The Man Who loved Children - Stead

    The Man Who loved Children - Stead
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    Five Children and It - Nesbit

    Five Children and It - Nesbit
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    Nora in Ibsen's play A Doll's House

    Nora in Ibsen's play A Doll's House
  7. Thread: Hangman!

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    No "o" Choices narrowing. Read the clue and...

    No "o" Choices narrowing. Read the clue and "menu" again.
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    The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Albom (I...

    The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Albom (I have never read this and reckon life is too short to botherThe title puts me off. )
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    No "s" There is one more vowel. (Is that set of...

    No "s" There is one more vowel. (Is that set of weird posts in the General forum what is called spamming or is it something else. Whatever it is it seems very dodgy. Too dodgy to even open one)
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    The Glass Bead Game - Hesse

    The Glass Bead Game - Hesse
  11. Thread: Hangman!

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    --rare

    --rare
  12. Thread: Hangman!

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    Yep - - - a - e

    Yep - - - a - e
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    yep _ _ _ a _ _

    yep _ _ _ a _ _
  14. I could throw a good word in for Joyce Cary and J...

    I could throw a good word in for Joyce Cary and J G Farrell who were tenuously connected to Ireland but were excellent writers anyway. Burgess was an interesting critic. It's not long since I read...
  15. I reckon there's a lot to get out of Golding,...

    I reckon there's a lot to get out of Golding, Unsworth, Murdoch, Burgess and Powys. Three working today who are worth reading are Pears, Arditti and Tremaine. Then there are those writers who produce...
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    Mark Twain?

    Mark Twain?
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    Cryptic crosswords at which I am pretty poor....

    Cryptic crosswords at which I am pretty poor. reckon I finish under 10% of these. Oh and drinking whisky! That is sporadic but too intense
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    Chess (just for the humiliation) fishing (I used...

    Chess (just for the humiliation) fishing (I used to shoot but not now) walking (frequently the walks are me being walked long time by dog) piping (mainly slow painful composing followed by the...
  19. Thread: Hangman!

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    Here's a recipe. Ouch! Bark of Woorara x 6...

    Here's a recipe. Ouch!
    Bark of Woorara x 6
    Bark of Warracouba Coura x 2
    Bark of Couranabi x 1
    Bark of Baketi x 1
    Bark of Hatchy Baly x 1

    Pound, boil, reduce.
    It is deadly but perfectly...
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    Here's a recipe. Ouch! Bark of Woorara x 6...

    Here's a recipe. Ouch!
    Bark of Woorara x 6
    Bark of Warracouba Coura x 2
    Bark of Couranabi x 1
    Bark of Baketi x 1
    Bark of Hatchy Baly x 1

    Pound, boil, reduce.
    It is deadly but perfectly...
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    I think Faber wrote a novel in the present tense...

    I think Faber wrote a novel in the present tense - The Crimson Petal and the White. I did not enjoy it. I packed it in half way through. Not just because I found it a cruel book but the tense...
  22. that. Well my favourite 20th century English...

    that. Well my favourite 20th century English novelist is RC Hutchinson. Not all his novels are fantastic and he was not good at the short Story but... splash.
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    Yes fine. I find the present set-up a little...

    Yes fine. I find the present set-up a little cumbersome but I put that down to me rather than it.
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    Serendipity?

    Serendipity?
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    This is over my head. I don't get what you are on...

    This is over my head. I don't get what you are on about here at all. I don't think I have ever started a games thread. I take part for a bit of fun. And I have to go looking for the forum games bit....
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