Anagram

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An anagram is the rearrangement of the set of letters in a word or phrase to form a new word or phrase.

Examples

  • A decimal point = I'm a dot in place
  • Astronomer = Moon starer
  • Dormitory = Dirty room
  • Election results = Lies - let's recount
  • Eleven plus two = Twelve plus one
  • Progressives = Gossip server
  • Slot machines = Cash lost in me
  • Snooze alarms = Alas, no more Z's!
  • That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind - Neil Armstrong = Thin man ran; left planet, makes a large stride, pins flag on moon - on to Mars! or An "Eagle" lands on Earth's moon, making a first small permanent footprint.
  • The eyes = They see
  • The Morse code = Here come dots
  • Conservapedia = Pandas over ice

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