Just Say No, N-O Every answer today is a familiar two-word phrase or name with the initial letters N and O.
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Just Say No, N-O

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Just Say No, N-O

Just Say No, N-O

Just Say No, N-O

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On-air challenge: Think of the old saying: "That means no, N-O!" Every answer today is a familiar two-word phrase or name with the initial letters N and O. Example: Any place that reports on current events: NEWS OUTLET.

Last week's challenge: Bertrand Tavernier is a French director of such movies as Life and Nothing But and It All Starts Today. What amazing wordplay property does the name Bertrand Tavernier have? This sounds like an open-ended question, but when you have the right answer, you'll have no doubt about it.

Answer: Bert and Ernie

Winner: Claudia Brenner of Fort Collins, Colo.

Next week's challenge: This week's challenge comes from listener Harry Hilson of Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J. Take the phrase "a few Texans come in." Rearrange these letters to name a geographical place. What is it?

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