This Puzzle Brought To You By The Letters A And D

On-Air Challenge

Each answer is a familiar word that starts with A-D and is an anagram of the given letters. For example, given the "pat," the answer would be "adapt."

Last Week's Challenge

Spell a part of the human body. Change one of the letters to an E, and rearrange the result to name another part of the human body. What body parts are these? Clue: Both parts of the body are things you can see.

Answers: Neck to knee, arm to ear, hand to head, calf to face.

Winner: Madhu Madhavan of Alexandria, Va.

Next Week's Challenge

From Merl Reagle: Take a common girl's name that's six letters long. Change the fourth letter to the next letter in the alphabet to get another common girl's name. What names are these?

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