Special vowel-consonant patterns.Two constraints CONSTRAINTS - A language for solving constraints using value inference.
["CONSTRAINTS: A Language for Expressing Almost-Hierarchical Descriptions", G.J. Sussman et al, Artif Intell 14(1):1-39 (Aug 1980)]. are imposed on the words offered in this article. The first is by way of their vowel-consonant (V-C) patterns; the second is a numerical numerical
expressed in numbers, i.e. Arabic numerals of 0 to 9 inclusive.
a numerical code is used to indicate the words, or other alphabetical signals, intended. one.
Only words which have a palindromic pal·in·dro·mic
Relapsing; recurring. and/or and/or
Used to indicate that either or both of the items connected by it are involved.
Usage Note: And/or is widely used in legal and business writing. tautonymic V-C pattern are admitted. For example:
CLOT.TING has the palindromic V-C pattern CCvC.CvCC
JUGG.LERS LERS Low-Energy Recoil Scattering
LERS Lower Echelon Reporting System has the tautonymic V-C pattern CvCC.CvCC
COPEN.HAGEN Hagen (hä`gən), city (1994 pop. 214,880), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany, on the Ennepe River. It is an industrial center in the Ruhr district. Its manufactures include iron and steel, chemicals, machinery, paper, and textiles. has both a palindromic and tautonymic V-C pattern CvCvC.CvCvC
But these examples have not been chosen at random. The word OVERT.AKING has a tautonymic V-C pattern (vCvCC.vCvCC), but it is not admitted. So, what characteristic do the first three words possess which OVERTAKING o·ver·take
tr.v. o·ver·took , o·ver·tak·en , o·ver·tak·ing, o·ver·takes
a. To catch up with; draw even or level with.
b. To pass after catching up with.
2. lacks? The answer is a numerical one.
Let us begin by assigning as·sign
tr.v. as·signed, as·sign·ing, as·signs
1. To set apart for a particular purpose; designate: assigned a day for the inspection.
2. A = 1, B = 2 through Z = 26. The words which passed the V-C pattern test only pass the second test if they are numerical palindromes, numerical tautonyms The following is a list of tautonyms: taxonomic names in which the genus and species names are the same. These are allowed in zoology, but not in botany, where the genus and species names must differ (though differences as small as one letter are permitted, as in the Jujube , both numerical palindromes and tautonyms, or balanced words (word total divided by number of letters = 13.5).
CLOT.TING is a numerical tautonym tau·to·nym
A taxonomic designation, such as Gorilla gorilla, in which the genus and species names are the same, commonly used in zoology but no longer in botany. (50.50); JUGG.LERS is a numerical palindrome palindrome: see anagram. (45.54); COPEN.HAGEN is also a numerical palindrome (53.35). The word HORN.LESS (CvCC.CvCC), a V-C tautonym, is both a numerical palindrome and a numerical tautonym (55.55). OVERT.AKING does not pass any of the numerical tests, so is excluded.
For further reading, articles concerned with numerical tautonyms, numerical palindromes, and balanced words which have appeared in Word Ways include:
70010 Numerical Tautonyms by Darryl Darryl is a common English name from Old English and Old French origin, generally used for males, but also can be the name of a female. It was used since the time of the Norman Saxon invasion of England. Francis Francis, French prince, duke of Alençon and Anjou
Francis, 1554–84, French prince, duke of Alençon and Anjou; youngest son of King Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici.
70244 6-Letter Numerical Tautonyms by Leslie Leslie (Gaelic, derived from a surname meaning 'garden of hollies,'grey fortress, or'garden by the pool') can refer to any of the following: Places
71185 8-Letter Numerical Tautonyms by Leslie Card
74024 Palindromic Letter Sequences by Leslie Card and A. Ross Eckler
Albert Ross Eckler (May 22, 1901 - March 14, 1991) served as deputy director of the United States Census Bureau from 1949 to 1965, and its director from 1965 until 1969.
94206 and 95040 Balanced Words and Balanced Dreams by Susan Thorpe Thorpe , James Francis Known as "Jim." 1888-1953.
American athlete. An outstanding collegiate football player, he later played professional football and baseball.
96242 Numerical Palindromes Part 1 by Susan Thorpe
97066 Numerical Palindromes Part 2 by Rex Gooch
97204 and 98011 Varieties of Balanced Words, Parts 1 and 2 by Rex Gooch
Unreferenced words can be found in the Oxford English Dictionary Oxford English Dictionary
(OED) great multi-volume historical dictionary of English. [Br. Hist.: Caught in the Web of Words]
See : Lexicography , Second Edition. References for non-OED words are:
ch Chambers English Dictionary
d Dorland's Medical Dictionary Dorland's is the brand name of several different medical dictionaries and ancillary products, chiefly Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary (currently in its 31st edition) and Dorland's Pocket Medical Dictionary (currently in its 27th edition).
This article is about reference works. For the subnotebook computer, see .
ro Roget's Thesaurus Roget's Thesaurus is a widely-used English thesaurus, created by Dr. Peter Mark Roget (1779–1869) in 1805 and was released to the public on 29 April, 1852. The original edition had 15,000 words, and each new edition has been larger.
st Stedman's Medical Dictionary A medical dictionary is a lexicon for words used in medicine. The three major English language medical dictionaries are Stedman's, Taber's, and Dorland's medical dictionaries.
tf Tertiary tertiary (tûr`shēârē), in the Roman Catholic Church, member of a third order. The third orders are chiefly supplements of the friars—Franciscans (the most numerous), Dominicans, and Carmelites. Faunas by A. Morley Davies
w2/w3 Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, Second/Third Edition
Taken from the United States Board on Geographic Names The United States Board on Geographic Names (BGN) is an American federal body whose purpose is to establish and maintain uniform usage of geographic names throughout the U.S. government. Overview
The Board was created in 1890; its present form derives from a law of 1947. (BGN BGN
In currencies, this is the abbreviation for the Bulgarian Lev.
The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. ), locations are identified by country using the following abbreviations:
Algeria, Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burma, Chad Chad (chăd, chäd), Fr. Tchad, officially Republic of Chad, republic (2005 est. pop. 9,826,000), 495,752 sq mi (1,284,000 sq km), N central Africa. , China, Comoros, Congo (DR), Congo (Republic), Cyprus, Denmark, East Timor East Timor (tē`môr) or Timor-Leste (–lĕsht), Tetum Timor Lorosae, republic, officially Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (2002 est. pop. , Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, French Polynesia French Polynesia, officially Territory of French Polynesia, internally self-governing overseas country (2002 pop. 245,516) of France, consisting of 118 islands in the South Pacific. The capital is Papeete, on Tahiti. , Germany, Guinea Guinea, archaic term for Africa's west coast
Guinea (gĭn`ē), an archaic term for the west coast of Africa. In its widest sense it has been applied to the region from Angola to Senegal. , Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Ivory Coast Ivory Coast: see Côte d'Ivoire. , Japan, Mali, Morocco Morocco, country, Africa
Morocco (mərŏk`ō), officially Kingdom of Morocco, kingdom (2005 est. pop. 32,726,000), 171,834 sq mi (445,050 sq km), NW Africa. , Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Romania, S.Africa, S.Korea, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka (srē läng`kə) [Sinhalese,=resplendent land], formerly Ceylon, ancient Taprobane, officially Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, island republic (2005 est. pop. , Togo, Tunis, Ukraine, United Kingdom
In the tables which follow, the words are either solid or hyphenated hy·phen·at·ed
1. Having a hyphen: a hyphenated adjective.
2. Often Offensive Of or relating to naturalized citizens or their descendants or culture. . Phrases are not admitted. Only those patterns which have at least one vowel vowel
Speech sound in which air from the lungs passes through the mouth with minimal obstruction and without audible friction, like the i in fit. The word also refers to a letter representing such a sound (a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y). and one consonant consonant
Any speech sound characterized by an articulation in which a closure or narrowing of the vocal tract completely or partially blocks the flow of air; also, any letter or symbol representing such a sound. in each half of the word are admitted. Thus all-vowel words and all-consonant words do not appear. Words which themselves are tautonyms or palindromes are excluded, along with words harbouring the controversial-status letter Y. For each V-C pattern, a single example is provided for each of the four numerical orders, wherever possible. V-C patterns for which no numerical example was found are listed at the end of each table under `none'.
Although no thorough search for longer words was undertaken, I could not resist offering a taste of 14-letter examples:
CvCCvCC.CCvCCvC VINBERG.SHALLET (77.77) is an island in Finland
CCvCvCv.CCvCvCv PHOTOSE.NSITIVE (98.98)
CvCCvCC.CvCCvCC CIRCUMS.TANCING (86.68), COTRANS COTRANS Coordinated Transfer Application System .PORTING (balanced 189/14 = 13.5)
CvCCvvC.CvCCvvC HERNIOG.RAPHIES (76.76) st
vCCvCvC.vCCvCvC ANTI-TUB.ERCULAR (87.78), ATRETOC.EPHALUS (82.82) d
CvCvCvC.CvCvCvC SUPERAN.GELICAL (94.49)
Whilst searching for constrained con·strain
tr.v. con·strained, con·strain·ing, con·strains
1. To compel by physical, moral, or circumstantial force; oblige: felt constrained to object. See Synonyms at force.
2. words, a number of extra-special words were encountered. I list them here, in no special order:
Some words boast more than 2 of the constraints considered above. PAVO.NIZE embodies 3 constraints. It is a V-C tautonym (CvCv.CvCv), a numerical tautonym (54.54), and a balanced word (108/8 = 13.5). SINFUL.NESSES w2 not only has dual V-C palindromic/tautonymic status (CvCCvC.CvCCvC), it is also a numerical tautonym (81.81) and a balanced word (162/12 = 13.5), making it a word with 4 constraints.
SKID.DING is a V-C palindrome (CCvC.CvCC) and a numerical palindrome (43.34). Its antonym, ANTISK.IDDING, is a V-C tautonym (vCCvCC.vCCvCC), and, like its opposite number, a numerical palindrome (74.47).
The words OPER OPER Operational
OPER Operator/Operations .ATES ATES Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage
ATES AEGIS Tactical Executive System
ATES Advanced Threat Emitter System (aka Joint Threat Emitter)
ATES ARINC Technical Excellence Society and OPER.ATOR share the same root but have different endings. Whilst OPER.ATES is a numerical palindrome (54.45), OPER.ATOR is a numerical tautonym (54.54). Both have the tautonymic, alternating, V-C pattern vCvC.vCvC. The mouthful TARAMA.SALATA not only has a tautonymic V-C pattern (CvCvCv.CvCvCv) but is also a numerical tautonym (54.54). Its usual claim to fame is its monovocalic status with six letters A which alternate singly with single consonants This is a list of all consonants, ordered by place and manner of articulation. Ordered by place of articulation
1. The act or process of connoting.
a. An idea or meaning suggested by or associated with a word or thing: is, appropriately, both a dual status V-C tautonym/palindrome (CvC.CvC) and a numerical tautonym (41.41). The 8-letter V-C tautonym ADIN Adin (ā`dĭn), in the Bible, family that returned from Exile. .IDAN IDAN Intelligent Data Acquisition System (vCvC.vCvC) w2 is a numerical tautonym (28.28). But its talents do not end there. By moving the final letter N to the beginning, the original word can be read backwards. ADIN.IDAN is also a split-word pair isogram i·so·gram
Noun 1. isogram - a line drawn on a map connecting points having the same numerical value of some variable , one eachof the same letters appearing in each half of the word in a different order.
V-C PALINDROMES numerical pal. numerical taut. 6 letters Cvv.vvC HAO.UAT (24.42) Tun HOO.UEL (38.38) CCv.vCC FLE.ESH (23.32) WHE.ELS (36.36) vCC.CCv UCH.HNA (32.23) Ban IKH.SHA (28.28) Egy vvC.Cvv AAS.BAI (21.12) w2 EAR.NEE (24.24) 8 letters CCvC.CvCC SKID.DING (43.34) CLOT.TING (50.50) CCvv.vvCC CvCC.CCvC BARD.SHIP (25.52) MENS.TRAL (51.51) CvCv.vCvC REHO.USES (46.64) VENE.ERER (46.46)w2 Cvvv.vvvC TOUA.OUIL (57.57) Mor vvCv.vCvv OURO.ULOU (69.69)Cha vCvv.vvCv AZAO.UIDI (43.43)Mor vCvC.CvCv UNIT.RINE (64.46) ENIG.MATA (35.35) num. pal./taut balanced 6 letters total = 81 Cvv.vvC COO.IES (33.33) LOUIES CCv.vCC SMA.ILL (33.33) SKIERS vCC.CCv ELLHWU vvC.Cvv OUS.SOU (55.55) Mor OUT-SEA 8 letters total = 108 CCvC.CvCC CROS.SISH (55.55) STIRLING CCvv.vvCC FRAOUISS Alg CvCC.CCvC MINS.TREL (55.55) MALTSTER CvCv.vCvC RETA.ILER (44.44) DEVOURER Cvvv.vvvC ZOUAOUAH Mor vvCv.vCvv UAQU EQUE Moz vCvv.vvCv UBAI.EIRA (33.33) Bra vCvC.CvCv AMAR.DASI (33.33)Ind EXERTIVE None CCCv.vCCC vvvC.Cvvv vvCC.CCvv vCCC.CCCv V-C PALINDROMES numerical pal. numerical taut. 10 letters CCCvC.CvCCC SPLIT-RINGS (76.67) SCREW-BOLTS (68.68) CCvCv.vCvCC CLOLO.URISH (57.75) Ire PREVI.EWERS(70.70) CCvvC.CvvCC BROOM.FIELD (63.36) PLAIN-GOING (52.52) CvCCC.CCCvC SIRSH.TSNIK (73.73) Bul CvCCv.vCCvC GASCO.IGNES (45.54) KELLI.ELLAS (49.49) tf CvvCC.CCvvC KAAPS.PRUIT(48.84)SA GIANT-GREAT(51.51) CvvCv.vCvvC COOTO.UNIES(68.68)hod vCvCC.CCvCv ORUDZ.HDIZA(84.48)Aze IDOL-T.HRONE (60.60) vCCvC.CvCCv ASCEN.DABLE (42.24) UNDER.VALVE (62.62) num. pal./taut balanced 10 letters total = 135 CCCvC.CvCCC SHRIPPINGS CCvCv.vCvCC PROTEIFORM CCvvC.CvvCC CHAUK.MAING(44.44)Bur SQUALLIEST CvCCC.CCCvC GUSHTKHVAR Ira CvCCv.vCCvC DUCK-E.AGLES (44.44) VANQUISHES CvvCC.CCvvC HAIRS.TREAK(55.55) HOEDS.PRUIT SA CvvCv.vCvvC BIESI.EHOEK (44.44)SA MOOROOBOOL Aul vCvCC.CCvCv OVERSTRIDE vCCvC.CvCCv ATTURCOPPE None CCCCv.vCCCC CCCvv.vvCCC CCvvv.vvvCC CvCvv.vvCvC Cvvvv.vvvvC vvvvC.Cvvvv vvvCC.CCvvv vv vvCvC.CvCvv vvCCv.vCCvv vvCCC.CCCvv vCvvv.vvvCv vCvvC.CvvCv vCCvv.vvCCv vCCCC.CCCCv numerical pal. numerical taut. 12 letters CCvCCv. FRICTI.ON-BALL (65.56) SLIP-PA.INTING (73.73) CCvCvC. SLOVEN.LINESS (87.78) FRATER.NALISM (68.68) CvCCCv. TONGJI.ANGTAN (75.57) Chi BESTRA.UGHTED (65.65) CvCvCC. PARING-CHISEL (65.56) LIVING-GRIPER (73.73) CvCvCv. KINESI.OMETER (67.76) KERATO.IDITIS (70.70) d CvCvvC. COLOUR-COATED (84.48) PERIOS.TEITIS (82.82) CvvCCv. QUASSI.A-TREES (86.68) QUESTI.ON-HOUR (91.91) CvvCvC. NEUROP.TEROUS (89.98) NEUROC.RANIUM (76.76) vCvCvC. ITACAM.BIRUCU (47.74) Bra OVERAN.NOTATE (75.75) w2 vCvCCv. AFERTO.UCHENE(65.56)Mor ABOSSO.UMKOFE (71.71) Tog vCCvCC. ISDALS.FJELLA (64.46) Nor ANDERS.SVEDJA (61.61) Swe vvCvCv. OUZARO.ULAZOU (96.96) Gun vvCCCv. EENDVO.ELVLEI (65.65) SA vCCvCv. ANGAGU.ACUCHO (51.51) Ecu vCCCvC. ILLVET.JORNHO (80.80) Nor num. pal./taut balanced 12 letters total = 162 CCvCCv. BROMBE.ER-BERG SPURLEATHERS CCvCvC. (55.55) Ger BRUNETTENESS CvCCCv. CvCvCC. DEMONSTRATOR CvCvCv. VASONEUROTIC st CvCvvC. CvvCCv. KOUKKO.ULLIES Cyp CvvCvC. vCvCvC. IRIPINNUWEWA SLa vCvCCv. vCCvCC. OSMONDTHORPE vvCvCv. (W.Yorks) vvCCCv. vCCvCv. AMBODI.AZAMBA (44.44) Mad vCCCvC. ENDROCPUSZTA Hun None CCCCCv.vCCCCC CCCCvC.CvCCCC CCCCvv.vvCCCC CCCvCC.CCvCCC CCCvCv vCvCCC CCCvvC.vCvvCCC CCCvvv.vvvCCC CCvCCC.CCCvCC CCvvCv.vCvvCC ... CCvvvC.CvvvCC CCvvvv.vvvvCC CvCCvv.vvCCvC CvCvvv.vvvCv CvvCCC.CCCvvC CvvCvv.vvCvvC CvvvCC.CCvvvC CvvvCv.vCvvvC Cvvvvv.vvvvvC vvvvvC.Cvvvvv vvvvCv.vCvvvv vvvvCC.CCvvvv vvvCvC.CvCvvv vvvCCv.vCCvvv vvvCCC.CCCvvv vvCvvv.vvvCvv vvCvvC.CvvCvv vvCvCC.CCvCvv vvCCvC.CvCCvv vvCCCC.CCCCvv vCvvvv.vvvvCv vCvvvC.CvvvCv vCvvCC.CCvvCv vCvCvv.vvCvCv vCvCCC.CCCvCv vCCvvv.vvvCCv vCCvvC.CvvCCv vCCCvv.vvCCCv vCCCCC.CCCCCv V-C TAUTONYMS numerical pal. numerical taut. 6 letters CCv.CCv GLO.SSE (34.43) PRO.NTO (49.49) Cvv.Cvv MAI.RIE (23.32) TAI.PEI (30.30) vCC.vCC EXP.OST (45.54) UTM.OST (54.54) vvC.vvC AUT.OED (42.24) AER.IAN (24.24) 8 letters CCCv.CCCv TSRE.NCHA (62.26) Bul SCHA.CKLE (31.31) CCvC.CCvC STUM.BLER (73.37) FREC.KLED (32.32) CCvv.CCvv TSOU.NGOU(75.57) Co CHIO.NKAI (35.35) Mal CvCC.CvCC JUGG.LERS (45.54) BAGGBACK (17.17)Sw CvCv.CvCv FOCA.LIZE (25.52) MEDI.CINE (31.31) Cvvv.Cvvv PAUA.REOA (39.39) FP vCCC.vCCC ABSC.ONDS (25.52) EMBR.ANDS (38.38) vCvC.vCvC OPER.ATES (54.45) EVOC.ATES (45.45) vCvv.vCvv ANAA.OTOU (17.71) FP UROI.ULUI (63.63) Rom vvCC.vvCC IECT.OURS (37.73) AIRM.AILS (41.41) ch vvCv.vvCv. OUTO.UOTO (71.71) Ben vvvC.vvvC num. pal./taut. balanced 6 letters total = 81 CCv.CCv CRA.NCE (22.22) STANZA Cvv.Cvv LAI.LIA (22.22) Ino SOULIE vCC.vCC UPG.ETS (44.44) ARREST vvC.vvC EIS.IES (33.33) IONIUM 8 letters total = 108 CCCv.CCCv THRI.SSLE (55.55) STRINKLE CCvC.CCvC PRAT.TLER (55.55) PLECTRUM CCvv.CCvv KREU.Z-SEE(55.55)Ger MBOUNGOU Com CvCC.CvCC HORN.LESS (55.55) PELTLESS CvCv.CvCv FORE.DUNE (44.44) PAVONIZE (54.54) Cvvv.Cvvv SUIUCUIE Bul vCCC.vCCC ORCH.ALLS (44.44) INSTINCT vCvC.vCvC OPAL.IZED (44.44) ATOMIZES vCvv.vCvv vvCC.vvCC OUTWEIGH vvCv.vvCv. vvvC.vvvC AOUR.OUAR(55.55) Man V-C TAUTONYMS 10 letters CCCCv.CCCCv CCCvC.CCCvC STROV.STRUP (94.94) Den CCCvv.CCCvv CCvCv.CCvCv TRIFU.RCATE (74.47) RHIPI.PTERA (60.60) ch CCvvC.CCvvC CHAIN-WHEEL (35.53) SHAUC.HLIER (52.52) CvCCC.CvCCC LETCH.WORTH (48.84) UK HORNC.HURCH(58.58)UK CvCCv.CvCCv PONTI.CELLO (74.47) COMPA.TIBLE (48.48) CvCvv.CvCvv LEGUI.BOREE (54.45) ET BIJOU.TERIE (57.57) CvvCC.CvvCC SAINT.FIELD (63.36)UK WEALT.HIEST (61.61) CvvCv.CvvCv HAAPA.VUOMA (27.72)Sw HIETA.VAARA (43.43)Fin vvCCC.vvCCC ?OERGREENST (63.63) vCvvC.vCvvC ALEUR.ONOID (57.57) st vCvCC.vCvCC UNOBL.IGING (64.46) ADULT.ERANT(58.58) vCCvC.vCCvC UNMET.ALLIC (73.37) UNDEB.ARRED (46.46) 10 letters total = 135 CCCCv.CCCCv TSCHE-DSCHU (55.55) SK CCCvC.CCCvC STRENGTHES CCCvv.CCCvv DZWIERZNIA Pol CCvCv.CCvCv TRAVE..RTINE (66.66) TRICUSSATE CCvvC.CCvvC ?SNAIL-CLOUD (55.55) PLOUGH-FOOT CvCCC.CvCCC PALM-B.RANCH (44.44 KINGSNORTH UK CvCCv.CvCCv BAFWA.BENGE (33.33) CoD NURTURANCE CvCvv.CvCvv BATIA.LIBIA(33.33)CoD LONOIRIQUE Ang CvvCC.CvvCC FOOT-PLOUGH CvvCv.CvvCv REINI.TIATE (55.55) COUTURIERE vvCCC.vvCCC OUTDRAUGHT vCvvC.vCvvC DOUGH.RUAGH (55.55)Ire EQUANIMOUS vCvCC.vCvCC ORANG.E-PINK (55.55) EXORCISERS ch vCCvC.vCCvC ALTIM.ETRIC (55.55) UNRESOLVED None CCvvv. CCvvv Cvvvv. Cvvvv vvvvC.vvvvC vvvCv.vvvCv vvvCC.vvvCC vvCvC.vvCvC vvCCv.vvCCv vCvvv.vCvvv vCCvv.vCCvv vCC V-C TAUTONYMS numerical pal. numerical taut. 12 letters As with the 12-letter palindromic V-C patterns, only the V-C pattern of the first half of the word is given. The second half is a repeat of this. CCCvCC. = CCCvCC.CCCvCC CCCvCC. STRENG.THLESS (83.83) CCCvCv. CCCvvC. CCvCCC. SWITCH-PLANTS ch CCvCCv. STADDI.SCOMBE (in Devon) CCvCvC. PROCES.S-MAKER (76.67) PLANIS.PHERES (71.71) CvCCCC. CvCCCv. PONT-DE.-L'ARCHE (74.47) Fra JANCHI.PALLCA (45.45) Per CvCCvv. CORRIE.MULZIE (68.86) UK CvCvCC. BEPUZZ.LEMENT (96.69) FENEST.RATING (69.69) CvCvCv. ?TUBOPA.LATINA (75.57) TARAMA.SALATA (54.54) CvCvvC. CAQUET.TERIES (67.76) ro MANIAP.HOBIAS (54.54)st CvvCCC. CvvCCv. LUOSSA.SAIVVE(87.78)Nor GUERRA.SIERRA (70.70) Phi CvvCvC. SEA-TOR.TOISES (78.87) GAULAR.DIERES(60.60)Fra CvvCvv. TIEMOUDOUGOU (83.83) IC vCvCvC. AMINOP.URINES (68.86) w2 OVERED.UCATES (69.69) vCvCCv. UNIMPA.IRABLE (74.47) vCvCCC. OVERFL.OWINGS (78.87) OVERSC.ORINGS (82.82) w2 vCCvvC. ABCOUD.ERMEER (46.64)Net ANGIOP.ATHIES (62.62) st vCCvCv. OPHIDI.OPHOBE (61.61) st vCCvCC. ANTISK.IDDING (74.47) w2 ATTEMP.ERMENT (75.75) vCCCvC. INFRAV.ENTRAL (70.70) w2 num. pal./taut. balanced total = 162 CCCvCC. CCCvCv. DZHUGASTROVA Ukr CCCvvC. STRAIGHT-FOUR CCvCCC. CCvCCv. CCvCvC. TROPOSPHERIC CvCCCC. ?FULL-STRENGTH CvCCCv. RAZZLE-DAZZLE CvCCvv. CvCvCC. DISAPPROVERS CvCvCv. PEDATI.LOBATE (55.55) REPOPULARIZE CvCvvC. MEROAC.RANIAL(55.55) st MEDIOTRUSION st CvvCCC. DEOBSTRUENTS CvvCCv. RIEPPU.VUODNA Nor CvvCvC. NIEDERRIEDEN(55.55)Ger COELOPLEURUS tf CvvCvv. MOODOOGOOROO Aul vCvCvC. ISOVOLUMINAL w2 vCvCCv. UMATTAIVEMPU SLa vCvCCC. ELECTROVERTS d vCCvvC. ESLOURENTIES Fra vCCvCv. OTSUKUE-SHIMA Jap vCCvCC. INTEND.EDNESS (66.66) INTERCEPTORS vCCCvC. ORRBOLESSJON Swe None CCCCCv.CCCCCv CCCCvC.CCCCvC CCCCvv.CCCCvv CCCvvv.CCCvvv CCvCvv.CCvCvv CCvvCv.CCvvCv CCvvvC.CCvvvC CCvvvv.CCvvvv CvCvvv.CvCvvv CvvvCC.CvvvCC n CvvvCv.CvvvCv Cvvvvv.Cvvvvv vvvvvC.vvvvvC vvvvCv.vvvvCv vvvvCC.vvvvCC vvvCvv.vvvCCvv vvvCvC.vvvCvC vvvCCv.vvvCCv vvvCCC.vvvCCC vvCvvv.vvCvvv vvCvvC.vvCvvC vvCvCv.vvCvCv vvCvCC.vvCvCC vvCCvC.vvCCvC vvCCCv.vvCCCv vvCCCC.vvCCCC vCvvvv.vCvvvv vCvvvC.vCvvvC vCvvCC.vCvvCC vCvCvv.vCvCvv vCCvvv.vCCvvv vCCCvv.vCCCvv vCCCCC.vCCCCC V-C PALINDROMES/TAUTONYMS numerical pal. numerical taut. 6 letters CvC.CvC RAP.TOR (35.53) HELPED (25.25) vCv.vCv EQU.ITE (43.34) AQU.OSE (39.39) 8 letters CvvC.CvvC BOUS.TOUS (57.75) COUN.TIES (53.53) vCCv.vCCv ANGU.ILLA (43.34) ANCI.ENCE(27.27)w2 10 letters CCvCC.CCvCC DRIGH.TFOLK(46.64) THUMB.STALL (64.64) CvCvC.CvCvC COPEN.HAGEN(53.35) REHAM.MERED (45.45) vCvCv.vCvCv ATOME-AHEVI(S4.45)Ben EXARE.OLATE (53.53) None CvvvC.CvvvC vCCCv.vCCCv vvCvv.vvCvv 12 letters CCvvCC.CCvvCC BLOODS.TREAMS(67.76) SPEECH-BREAKS(56.56) CvCCvC.CvCCvC LITHOT.HAMNIC (84.48) CONDIS.CIPLES (64.64) None CvvvvC.CvvvvC vvCCvv.vvCCvv vCvvCv.vCvvCv vCCCCv.vCCCCv num. pal./taut. balanced 6 letters total = 81 CvC.CvC PIS.TES (44.44) HOWLER vCv.vCv APE.ELE (22.22) EPOUSE 8 letters total = 108 CvvC.CvvC REAT.TAIN (44.44) QUIRKIER vCCv.vCCv ASLA.AGTE(33.33)SA ESQUIPPE 10 letters total = 135 CCvCC.CCvCC PRINT-SHOPS(77.77) TRIPHTHONG CvCvC.CvCvC DESIG.NATED (44.44) TELEWRITER vCvCv.vCvCv URANIUM-ORE None CvvvC.CvvvC vCCCv.vCCCv vvCvv.vvCvv 12 letters total = 162 CCvvCC.CCvvCC CvCCvC.CvCCvC PARCEL-GILDER (55.55) SINFUL.NESSES (81.81) w2 None CvvvvC.CvvvvC vvCCvv.vvCCvv vCvvCv.vCvvCv vCCCCv.vCCCCv