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pooksahib

22nd May 2009, 14:08
Hi all.
"Put on show aptly called 'Broadcast without lines'" = 'play acted'. Anagram using 'aptly'? But what else?

"He's an easy target meeting Drake's mate" = 'sitting duck'. How do we get 'sitting'?

"Latin works in musical theatre" = 'opera'. 'Work'='op' but that's all I know...

Many thanks
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the alchemist

22nd May 2009, 14:18
Opera is the Latin word for works.
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the alchemist

22nd May 2009, 14:21
"He's an easy target meeting Drake's mate" = 'sitting duck'. How do we get 'sitting'?

I suppose a meeting could be called a sitting.
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trevor

22nd May 2009, 14:24
aptly ca(ll)ed 'Broadcast without lines.
lose the L's and you have anagram aptly caed
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