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Old 10-22-2009, 04:30 AM
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Old 10-22-2009, 06:04 AM
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Default well..another long word

Lopado*temacho*selacho*galeo*kranio*leipsano*drim* hypo*trimmato*silphio*parao*melito*katakechy*meno* kichl*epi*kossypho*phatto*perister*alektryon*opte* kephallio*kigklo*peleio*lagoio*siraio*baphe*tragan o*pterygon is a fictional dish mentioned in Aristophanes' comedy Assemblywomen.

The dish was a fricassée, with at least 16 sweet and sour ingredients, including the following:

* Fish slices
* Fish of the Elasmobranchii subclass (a shark or ray)
* Rotted dogfish or small shark's head
* Generally sharp-tasting dish of several ingredients grated and pounded together
* Silphion "laserwort," apparently a kind of giant fennel
* A kind of crab, shrimp, or crayfish
* Honey poured down
* Wrasse (or thrush)
* Was topped with a kind of sea fish or Blackbird
* Wood pigeon
* Domestic pigeon
* Chicken
* Roasted head of dabchick
* Hare, which could be a kind of bird or a kind of sea hare
* New wine boiled down
* Wing and/or fin
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Old 10-22-2009, 02:42 PM
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Default mmm, mmm

yum...you've got my mouth watering! oh, rats! I'm allergic to domestic pigeon.
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Default Lysistrata

I've read read Aristophanes' "Lysistrata," but I never heard of "Assemblywomen" 'til now. According to the www, the play is very similar to "Lysistrata," dealing with women in politics dissatisfied with the way men have bollixed things. I used to have a friend who actually had a cat named "Lysistrata."

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Not the longest word I've solved, but it looks really long on the screen.
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Inconsequentialities...It appears very long on the page.

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