acrostic


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Synonyms for acrostic

a puzzle where you fill a square grid with words reading the same down as across

verse in which certain letters such as the first in each line form a word or message

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An elegant commemorative mug, made probably by Minton in about 1830 is printed in puce with a portrait of Wesley and a 10-line acrostic verse in which the first letter of each line spells out his name.
It uses symbols instead of letters and the grid below as a key: WHICH MEANS THE ANSWER IS: The pen is mightier than the sword 5 An acrostic code uses the first letter of every word to create the answer.
Roger, 64, saw the acrostic - in which initials spell something else - at the start of the sentence.
The Game of Scatter-gories Categories adds a fresh wrinkle to this fast-thinking game by supplying players with a category and a clue and having them race the two-minute timer to fill in their acrostic.
Graham and Harris (2005) developed the WWW, W=2, H=2 acrostic questions, whereby each letter represents a phrase for what should be included in a story (see Figure 1).
What they say Luca Cumani, trainer of Acrostic and Axiom "They have both gone up in the handicap and are exposed, vulnerable to an improver.
It's a thankless task trying to unravel this perennial punters' nightmare but Luca Cumani's Acrostic should come on for his recent showing at York and with Kieren Fallon on top should not be too faraway.
The winner and the third from that race reoppose, but Acrostic is on better terms with both and now has fitness on his side.
IN THE HUNT 0 Acrostic has a big chance in the Royal Hunt Cup at the big meeting, says Kieren Fallon
Luca Cumani''s Acrostic has few miles on the clock for a fiveyear-old and the totesport 0800 221 221 Hambleton Stakes looks well within the capabilities of a horse who should take high rank in these sort of races all season.
Luca Cumani's Acrostic has few miles on the clock for a five-year-old and the totesport 0800 221 221 Hambleton Stakes looks well within the capabilities of a horse who should take high rank in these sort of races all season.
The first letter of each line in a traditional acrostic come together to spell a word.
The poet opens the collection with a clever entry: an acrostic in which she explains how to write one and invites kids to write their own.
2:1-10) and Psalms 32, 22, and 27; Luther in contemplating Psalms 1 and 8 and the acrostic Psalm 111; and B.
SUNSHINE (an acrostic poem) Shown off as a great dog Usually very bright Needs much attention She loves Milkbones Has a wonderful personality Is very much into exploring Never gives up Eager for love.