Frosty morning stumper : LUSENET : Country Families : One Thread

Its almost 9:00 and already up to freezing! I had 20 earlier, this question got lost due to thread drift so here it is again. The following pairs of letters are related, used all over the place on a daily basis. What is the relationship of X T, P M, G I, B G ?

Do not open any email that uses my name, the virus I had is still in circulation.

-- mitch hearn (, December 03, 2001


When I see the XT I think of exit which I know can't be right, PM is evening time, GI is a soldier, and BG (bee gees) weren't they a music group form the olden days??? I really have no clue Mitch, but maybe once I have answeresd it will at least get it started!

-- Melissa (, December 03, 2001.


In the afternoon (PM), that extra tall (XT) soldier (GI) likes to listen to the Bee Gees (BG).

I know that's not even what you're asking for, Mitch, but my brain is evidently on vacation and I can't figure this one out. SORRY! :-)

-- Cheryl in KS (, December 03, 2001.

Looks like this one has trouble flying, I hope not.~

-- mitch hearn (, December 03, 2001.

flying??? Types of helicoptors?

-- Melissa (, December 03, 2001.

Are they sizes? Extra tall. petite medium,Giant, big?

-- Kelly (, December 03, 2001.

No, not eggbeaters, if you used these numbers every day, as a great many do it would as plain as the nose on your face.~

-- mitch (, December 03, 2001.

Are they Roman numerals or other ancient numerals?

-- Laura (, December 03, 2001.

Mitch your e-mail was fine, send me something with an attachment and I will check it too.

-- Melissa (, December 03, 2001.

Nope, not roman numerals - can't figure this one - got DH stumped as well! Congrats, Mitch!

-- Judi (, December 03, 2001.

It looks like you all got your hinies kicked this time! The pairs of letters are airline designations, ie.: X T, Air Exel Netherlands; P M, Tropic Air; G I, Air Guinee; B G, Biman Bangladesh. You all didn't know that?? Its right there on page 193 of your Ace Hardware Pocket Referance!!?Sheesh! The clues were "flying" and "plain ( plane )", as marked by the tildes.

-- mitch hearn (, December 04, 2001.

Moderation questions? read the FAQ