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Jumble Spoiler – 12/01/17

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Visual Description:  Scientist latch on to a new innovation.

TIODT  =  DITTO,  SERHF  =  FRESH,  UBANDO  =  ABOUND,  ENOBMA  =  BEMOAN   —   Giving us:  TTFESADEAN

Clue/Question:  When Velcro was invented, people were – – –

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Answer: FASTENATED

(A riveting pun!  I’m sure that it baffled a few of you, but you have come here to secure your inclinations.  Right?  You all come here to “screw your courage to the sticking place!”  You want to stay in the loop.  You’re hooked.  Yes, Unclerave is here to unite the Jumbled masses!  Aah, the ties that bind.

But, you’d all rather hear about the mundanity of clue words and jumbled words, so here goes.  No new clue words.  Three of the jumbles were.  Hoyt has used “serhf” before.  The answer letter layout was a humdinger of a jumble!  It took me a few looks to see the answer.  The cartoon conveys an historical moment in engineering.  Supposedly, Velcro was commercially introduced in the late 1950s, but I have no real recollection of the stuff until about 1970.  Maybe, it was primarily used for more industrial purposes, before reaching the general public?  Dunno.  But “socks”???  Heck, burdocks stick to just about everything!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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