You are given two words and must provide a third word that can go in between them. The answer will follow the first word and precede the second to complete two familiar two-word phrases. In addition, the answer must fall in between the two words alphabetically. For example, given "last" and "lines," the answer would be "laugh" as in "last laugh" and "laugh lines."
Last Week's Challenge
From Ben Bass of Chicago: Take the phrase "deep cleanse" — a way of ridding the body of toxins or clearing the pores. Rearrange the 11 letters to name a well-known American landmark. The number of words in the answer is for you to determine.
Answer: Space Needle
Winner: Gentri Green of Logan, Utah
Next Week's Challenge
Complete this analogy: "Banjo" is to "ferns" as "pecan" is to _______.
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