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Putting 'S' and 'D' Together for Sundance

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Putting 'S' and 'D' Together for Sundance

Putting 'S' and 'D' Together for Sundance

Putting 'S' and 'D' Together for Sundance

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Puzzle master Will Shortz quizzes one of our listeners, and has a challenge for everyone at home.

Challenge from Jan. 15: From Merl Reagle: Take the word carburetor, add two letters and rearrange the result to name another car part. And the answer is one word. What car part is it?

Answer: Turbocharger

Winner: Dr. Jeffrey Lee from Newport Beach, Ca.

Challenge from Jan. 22:

From listener Andrew Chaikin from San Francisco: Take the nine letters from "G" to "O". Change one of them to the following letter of the alphabet. And re-arrange the result to name a famous person. Two hints: The answer is this person's full name. And it is a person who's been in the news lately.

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