What show features a rotating group of "spinterns"?
A familiar phrase is represented by the image below. Do you know what it is?
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We'll reveal all next weekend.
But for now, let's peek inside THE ANSWERS BOX and discover the results from our March 15, 2014 Puzzle Corner saluting Saint Patrick's Day.
Why do we wear green on Saint Patrick's Day?
To represent shamrocks and the lush landscape of Ireland.
THE LETTER SHUFFLE
Not counting acronyms and proper names, out of the letters in the work SHAMROCK, you can make the following words:
A, ah, am, arc(s), ark(s), arm(s), as, ash
Cam(s), car(s), cash, char(s), charm(s), chaos, chasm, cram(s), crash, croak(s)
Hack(s), ham(s), harm(s), has
Mach, mack, march, mar(s), marsh, mash, mock(s)
Oak(s), oar(s), oh, or
Rack(s), rah (which is an old cheer word), ram(s), rash, roach, roam(s), rock(s)
Sack, scam, scar, scram, sham, shack, shark, shock, soak, soar
While unfortunately we could not come up with any that started with the letter K, others besides them and the 70 listed above might be possible.