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Artistically beautiful……

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 15, 2011

Artistically beautiful choral descants emanate from gentle harmonies in joyously keyed lullabies. Meanwhile noble orchestra’s percussionists quickly restore structure to unruly violinists while xylophonists yodel zestfully.

Submitted by: Mike. N. May 2011.

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Alphabetagrams befit……

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 14, 2011

Alphabetagrams befit curiously deranged egos fomenting grandiose humorous ideas. Just kindly let mopy, nepotistic or puny quips rest since truth usurps vapid words. XXXs, yours, Zac.

Submitted by: Nigel. B-B. May 2011.

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Ardent bibliophiles…….

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 11, 2011

Ardent bibliophiles collate dubious excerpts from garbled, huggermugger indexes, justly knowing lesser mortals neatly obfuscate personal quips relating stoically to understanding veracity. WIKIPEDIA ’xplains yearning zillions !

Submitted by: Nigel B-B May 2011.

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Zoologists yearn…….

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 10, 2011

(A ‘Reverse’ Alphabetagram ):Zoologists yearn xenicibices which vary under time scales. Requiring quadrupedal prehistoric osteopathy Neolithic man’s last known Jurassic index had grown featuring extinct dinosaur contact between animals.

Submitted by: Nigel B-B  May2011.

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Alphabetagrams is now on twitter

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 10, 2011

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Posted by alphabetagrams on May 8, 2011

Antiguan batsmen cover drive every fiendish googly high in Jamaica’s Kingston, leaving most not out players quite resentful since test umpire Viv wants x-rated yorker zealots.

Submitted on: Nigel B-B  May 2011.

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Anthrax, Borkgnagar……..

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 6, 2011

Anthrax, Borknagar, Candlemass, Deftones, Europe, Firewind, Gorgoroth, Hammerfall, Immortal, Jucifer, Kiss, Lordi, Megadeth, Nightwish, Opeth, Pestilence, Quireboys, Rammestein, Saxon, Trivium, Unleashed, Venom. Whitesnake, Xerath, Yattering, Zyklon.

Submitted by:  Ian W.  May2011.

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All brave cyclists…..

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 5, 2011

All brave cyclists dread every Friday going home in jostling Kensington, London. Most now pedal quietly, relaxed, sitting totally upright, velocipeding without ‘xtreme yobbish zip.
Submitted by Richard B. May 2011.
 

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Albion battalions……..

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 2, 2011

Albion battalions courageously defended Essex fenland ’gainst hostile invasions. Jute kings led manic Norsemen onto parliament, quelling revolt, since terror-urged Vikings won Xanadu, Yokohama, Zanzibar.

Submitted by:   Nigel. B-B May2011.

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Academically brilliant……..

Posted by alphabetagrams on May 1, 2011

Academically brilliant Charles Darwin explored fascinating Galapagos, hungrily imbibing judicious knowledge. Literate mankind noised objections, posed questions regarding scientific theories, undermining various worthy Xian yammering zoologists.
Submitted by Adrian. M  May2011

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