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Is there a third word that uses J K L within it, in that order? Spacing, reuse, vowels have no application for this one.

-- mitch hearn (, January 07, 2002


jackal? I guess I missed words 1 and 2.

-- Debbie in S IL (, January 07, 2002.

The first two I thought to be too easy but you found the third, now find the easy two!!

-- mitch hearn (, January 07, 2002.

My 5 year old daughter say "jacklet" for jacket....does that count?

Seriously, ...jackleg...and maybe jack-o-lantern?

-- Jason in S.Tenn. (, January 07, 2002.

Dr. Jeckel and Mr. Hyde?

-- Cathy N. (, January 07, 2002.

I see I am going to have a session with my staff, they told me there were not many words with that letter combination, but what do they know- besides sitting on nests and running from the rooster.

New question: What famous adversiting icon is buried at Plainsboro, N.J.?

-- mitch hearn (, January 07, 2002.

The marlboro man. Just a guess. They both have boro at the end.

-- Bob in WI (, January 07, 2002.

Hee hee....Mitch, I don't know the answers, but you guys are cracking me up!!! Spring better get here soon or they're going to have to haul us all away!

-- Annie (, January 07, 2002.

Thr female icon never told a distressing tale.~

-- mitch hearn (, January 07, 2002.

This female icon has fed a lot of young children.~

-- mitch hearn (, January 07, 2002.

Aunt Jemima??

-- Melissa (, January 07, 2002.

Mrs. Butterworth?

Betty Crocker?

Sweet Sue?

Little Debbie?

-- Jason in Southern Tenn. (, January 07, 2002.

I doubt it's right, but after Jason's list the only one I could think of is...

Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee!

-- Christine in OK (, January 08, 2002.

Stumper wins this one!! Its Elsie the cow.

-- mitch hearn (, January 08, 2002.

Give yourself a "GOLD" star Mitch!

-- Melissa (, January 08, 2002.

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