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beth

4th October 2009, 13:47
Hi,
Dilemma over 24d: (prime/price??)
'Two for one, in brief' (5)
Can see logic of 'prime' (syn. for 'brief).
Also 'pr'/pair.
'price' (?) Two for 'price' of one??
Thanks for any help.
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mamya

4th October 2009, 14:35
read jimbos thread a little further down and see the discussion there
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beth

4th October 2009, 16:02
Thanks Mamya, I did see Jimbo's thread but still can't work out complete wordplay!
Glad for any explanations!
Thanks, Beth
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mamya

4th October 2009, 16:17
Sorry Beth can`t expand on it really

Prime = brief and two is a prime number ?

Don`t care for it much but......
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admiral

5th October 2009, 12:10
24d.Could be prime as to prime can mean to brief. two for one could be read as two for example, ie taw is an example of a prime no.
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admiral

5th October 2009, 12:12
Re my last, sorry ,I misspelt "two" after ie.
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beth

5th October 2009, 12:23
Thanks everyone.
Regards,
Beth
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