A Turn Of Phrase Every answer starts with the letter A and completes a familiar three-word phrase that takes the form "blank of blank."

## A Turn Of Phrase

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A Turn Of Phrase

# A Turn Of Phrase

## A Turn Of Phrase

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On-Air Challenge

In the on-air puzzle, you must complete a familiar three-word phrase that takes the form "blank of blank." You are given the first word and must guess the last. The answer begins with the letter A. For example, given "law," the answer is "averages," as in "law of averages."

Challenge From Last Week

Think of a familiar brand name ending in the letters G-S. Change the G-S to an O, and you'll get the brand name of a different product. What is it?