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At 18:25 -0400 9/8/98, Jaime A. Headden wrote:
> A correction to all. Last night I responded to C. Laibly's (or was
>is Caleb's?) post on requesting definitions, and screwed up.
> The correct word is "acronyms," whereas "anagrams" are words you can
>spell backwards and still look the same (as in "ana-"), so appologies
>to everyone and C. Laibly/Caleb's for the confusion.
Anagrams are words made of the same letters: Live, Vile, and Evil, for
What you describe are palindromes.
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