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THEME: ANA -- Anagrams

PUB DATEWEEKTITLESYNOPSISEVENTUAL WINNERTHEMESREPORTLINKS
May 30, 199313 ANAGRAMS = A MAN'S RAG Come up with a funny anagram for the name of a famous person or institution. All letters in the name must be used, and no letters may be left over. Donna Hughes-Hasle
John Hughes-Hasle 
ANA  10  HTML   
April 18, 2004554 Love the Tiny Tail Stain Write an anagram based on a name or event that's been in the news recently. Chris Doyle ANA  550  HTML  
October 6, 2007734 Turnaround Time Write a rhyming couplet containing two words that are anagrams of each other. Brendan Beary POE ANA  730   HTML 
January 22, 2012955 Twits' twist Create a phrase by combining a word or phrase with an anagram of that word or phrase, and define or describe it. Nancy Schwalb ANA WOR  951    html   
December 15, 20131051 Love the tiny tail stain! Create an anagram -- a text with the letters rearranged -- of any text (except merely someone's name), of any length, referring to something or someone in the news. Kevin Dopart ANA  1047   HTML   E