Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango In the on-air puzzle this week, given a word, take the last two letters, reverse them, then think of a word starting with these two letters that can follow the original word to complete a familiar two-word phrase. For example, given "flat," you would take the last two letters, "at", and reverse them to make "tax," as in "flat tax."

#### Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango

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Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango

# Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango

#### Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango

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

Challenge from April 8: Take the phrase "saturated fat," which contains the letter pair "AT" three times, and think of another familiar two-word phrase, this time containing the lettered pair "SE" three times. Drop the "SE's" every time they appear and the remaining letters, in order, reading left to right, will name part of a car. What is it?