Sunday Puzzle: S.V. You Every answer is a familiar two-word phrase or name, with the initials S.V. For example, given "noted Idaho ski resort," you would say "Sun Valley."

#### Sunday Puzzle: S.V. You

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Sunday Puzzle: S.V. You

# Sunday Puzzle: S.V. You

#### Sunday Puzzle: S.V. You

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On-air challenge: Every answer is a familiar two-word phrase or name with the initials S.V. For example, given "noted Idaho ski resort," you would say "Sun Valley."

Last week's challenge: From listener Steve Baggish of Arlington, Mass. Think of a U.S. city whose name has nine letters. Remove three letters from the start of the name and three letters from the end. Only two will remain. How is this possible, and what city is it?

Answer: Fort Worth, Flatwoods, Wentworth, Pontoosuc

Winner: Amy Cox, Los Angeles

Next week's challenge: Name two animals, both mammals, one of them domestic, the other wild. Put their letters together, and rearrange the result to name another mammal, this one wild, and not seen naturally around North America. What mammal is it?