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Topic: Three more ...
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 29, 2005 04:54PM)
Lambertmoon has set me thinking. Try these three.

1) NOWTHEKINGSHEADHERE

2) AS AD 5C ROOK 6H KD

3) 14A11

although I will apologise to non UK members as these might be a bit too parochial.
Message: Posted by: stanalger (Jun 29, 2005 04:55PM)
#2 A bird in the hand.
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 29, 2005 04:57PM)
Chalk up one to Stan the Man, and in one minute!!
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 29, 2005 09:49PM)
Dr. C-

Do you think us boys from across the pond have a shot at getting these?
Message: Posted by: stanalger (Jun 29, 2005 10:41PM)
#1 Pub in the middle of nowhere.
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 30, 2005 02:18AM)
Stan certainly seems to be having no problem, although the phrase was

In the middle of nowhere ( Inn )

I could redo the third one as 14I4
Message: Posted by: Stephen Buxton (Jun 30, 2005 05:18PM)
I'm engrossed? (I in gross)
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jul 1, 2005 11:29AM)
Stephen, nice try, but incorrect. It's a much simpler phrase, in fact I thought this might be the first one answered.
Message: Posted by: mike paris (Jul 1, 2005 03:41PM)
1 for all
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jul 2, 2005 06:31AM)
Nearly there. How about 14M1?
Message: Posted by: mike paris (Jul 2, 2005 07:27AM)
At first I thought of 1 for all and all for 1,how about 1 for me and 1 for you,mike
Message: Posted by: stanalger (Jul 2, 2005 09:40AM)
How 'bout A1141 : All for one and one for el (all.)
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jul 3, 2005 05:16AM)
Such enterprising responses. I was actually looking for, One For the Road. I chose the A11 because it runs through my home town. I4 was for our Florida compadres, although is it purely a British phrase? If so I'll try and be less parochial next time.