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Missing vowels

Posted on 2003-11-15
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The letters, A, E, I, O and U, have been removed from the following words.  What are the words?

1.   HSMD
2.   QTN
3.   PHR
4.   SQ


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> 1.   HSMD
HOUSEMAID
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>2.   QTN
QUIETEN
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by:MusicMan
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1 - Yes
2 - No (2 E's & no A)
Needs to have one of each vowel.
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>3.   PHR
EUPHORIA
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>2.   QTN
EQUATION
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4.  Sequoia

Pete
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All done
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