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Unweeded anagrams of 'dollnean- ngcniualcy evo, evoui shleeoig cnteint itdntion ,crtoea ayald bpisgni esstefmnf':
Self-neglect conditions deny botchedly imagine innovative, utopian, faultless ignorance.
Boldest conditions imagine chastely deny innovative, self-neglectful, utopian ignorance.
Self-neglectful, innovative conditions clash besottedly imagine deny utopian ignorance.
Innovative ignorance blotchs sedately deny self-neglectful, utopian conditions imagine.
Self-neglect conditions deny faultlessly imagine innovative, utopian, botched ignorance.
Innovative ignorance hosts delectably deny self-neglectful, utopian conditions imagine.
Gentle conditions deny utopian sloth scuffles delectably imagine innovative ignorance.
Imagine deftly deny innovative, utopian conditions lush self-neglect ignorance obstacle.
The self-neglectful conditions imagine beastly deny clod's utopian, innovative ignorance.
Rearranging the letters of 'evoui shleeoig cnteint itdntion' gives:
"Is not connivent, huge, elite idiot."
"Incontinent idle soviet toughie."
"Inconvenient, tough, elite idiots."
"Inconvenient, huge idiot toilets."
"Toughest, inconvenient idiot lie."
"Connivent, hot, elite genius idiot."
"Sought inconvenient, elite idiot."
"Thieving, odious, elite continent."
"The indignities count to Evil one."
"Denounce inviting, toothiest lie."
"On the inviting, tedious election."
"Not thieving in tedious election."
"Cognitive innuendo to this elite."
"It the egotistic evil on innuendo."
"Vote on tongue-tied, nice nihilist."
These are the longest words/phrases that use some of the letters:
"tunnel-detection", "indistinctive", "discontinuing",
"deconvolution", "unenlightened", "conditioning",
"constituting", "constitution", "gentle-voiced",
"incivilities", "inconvenient", "indulgencies",
"technologies", "disincentive", "technologist",
"constitutive", "convolutions", "evolutionist",
"lichen-tinted", "long division", "non-detection",
"nonsingleton", "silhouetting", "constituent",
"constituted", "destitution", "distinction", "distinctive",
Generated using Anagram Genius(tm) version 9
Originally posted by nomad1272
Just thinking here, but SO said the phrase was the company's "raison d'etre" (pg. 47), their mission statement if you will, so how about "missions"? Also, could the last four word be "create daily content headlines"?
Originally posted by Crakeur
reply to post by AcesInTheHole
1 is dead on accurate and a few are very close.
Originally posted by lurk0more
...These disparate approaches are both valuable research methods when presented for member critique, evaluation and revision. I have a pen, EditPad and search engines. It would seem confirmation is not forthcoming so much for the word-puzzle as for the conceptual framework diagram. Crakeur had said "warmer" to some suggestions in regard to that graphic portion of the puzzle and none has been provided for the word puzzle. One term in the graphic was confirmed as being correct by Crakeur...
I can find no overt similar confirmations on the word puzzle suggestions (for instance, the punctuation and key queries). The clarification of the relationship between the conceptual framework diagram to the word puzzle by SkepticOverlord was helpful. There is "help" for the graphic portion of the challenge, so it may be that the graphic portion of the puzzle is preferentially favored to be solved before the word puzzle...
[edit on 20-10-2007 by lurk0more]
Originally posted by lurk0more
A Google search of Farquharson and quatrain leads to a Project Gutenberg Etext called "Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine" which has a French quatrain that has unusual words that may mean something as it contains the word "meme".
La nature, peu sage et sans douse en debauche
Placa le foie au cote gauche,
Et de meme, vice versa
Le coeur a le droite placa
I can't say what that means. I hope this means something or I hope no one else needs to repeat the search. Hee Haw. Ha ha.
Tomorrow onto crowd sourcing, IDF and RDF!
V Kaminski - "Mmmm... enticingly-dangled carrots, a talisman of many lead-journeys. A compass readable without horizon... hee, hee, hee, Junior Samples. 11 of "words", 9 of "spheres" - an order backward and calling to and from the future "tense". Awesome. Many "pearls", some larger some "mini".
How about another "Farquartic-quatrain"? Lichen the growth."
To the highest type of philosophic minds it is the usual and the ordinary that demand investigation and explanation. But even to such, no less than to the most naive-minded, the strange and exceptional is of absorbing interest, and it is often through the extraordinary that the philosopher gets the most searching glimpses into the heart of the mystery of the ordinary. Truly it has been said, facts are stranger than fiction. In monstrosities and dermoid cysts, for example, we seem to catch forbidden sight of the secret work-room of Nature, and drag out into the light the evidences of her clumsiness, and proofs of her lapses of skill,--evidences and proofs, moreover, that tell us much of the methods and means used by the vital artisan of Life,--the loom,and even the silent weaver at work upon the mysterious garment of corporeality.
Even when medical science became more strict, it was largely the curious and rare that were thought worthy of chronicling, and not the establishment or illustration of the common, or of general principles. With all his sovereign sound sense, Ambrose Pare has loaded his book with references to impossibly strange, and even mythologic cases.
it follows that the future clinician and investigator must have use for a handbook that decides whether his own strange case has already been paralleled or excelled. He will thus be aided in determining the truth of his statements and the accuracy of his diagnoses. Moreover, to know extremes gives directly some knowledge of means, and by implication and inference it frequently does more.
we suggest that the suspicion may easily be too active. When Pare, for example, pictures a monster, we may distrust his art, his artist, or his engraver, and make all due allowance for his primitive knowledge of teratology, coupled with the exaggerations and inventions of the wonder-lover; but when he describes in his own writing what he or his confreres have seen on the battle-field or in the dissecting room, we think, within moderate limits, we owe him credence.