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lyn

17th November 2009, 17:24
1.run out and look around for the tin opener 5
???ER
2.Is she capable of a fruity suggestion? 7
?????IE

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trevor

17th November 2009, 17:28
Peter
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trevor

17th November 2009, 17:32
Melanie (sounds like Melony - like a Melon)??
Might be barking up the wrong tree here.
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lyn

17th November 2009, 17:34
thanks.Can you explain Peter
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big dave

17th November 2009, 17:38
PEER (look) around T (Tin opener, first letter)
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john (from arran)

17th November 2009, 17:38
I can see PEER around T(tin opener), but how does "Run out" fit? Is it one of these strange leather on willow terms?

Of course, it would help to know the source and then we might be able to judge the quality of the clues.
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rusty

17th November 2009, 17:39
It's Peer (look) around T (opening letter of tin)... Peter = run out
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trevor

17th November 2009, 17:39
Peter = To diminish slowly and come to an end; dwindle.
To become exhausted. Used with out.

to peter out= run out
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big dave

17th November 2009, 17:39
To peter out is to get smaller / run out
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rusty

17th November 2009, 17:40
pe⋅ter1  /ˈpitər/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [pee-ter] Show IPA
–verb (used without object) peter out, 1. to diminish gradually and stop; dwindle to nothing: The hot water always peters out in the middle of my shower.
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