Write a lucid and reasonable sentence with each successive word beginning with a different successive letter alphabetically. I'll start with a short sentence:A barely careful, drunk Englishman from Gloucester hides iridescent jewels.
Because he knew he could, he stole the milk from the shop
Good enough sentence, but I don't see the alphabetical component...BHKHCHSTMFTS? Alphabetically, my sentence is ABCDEFGHIJK
All Boys Caught Doping; Every Freaky Girl Hurries Into Jointly Kidding Louder
After being caught doing ecstasy,Evelyn fixes garbled hysterics into joke killing laughter.
Anyway, Bertrum Carlos DeVine, exhausted from gastronomical hijinx, invented Japanese kimonos, laminated money nuggets, Ontarian popular quotation registries, whereby Xerox yields zillions.
S T U V missing!!!
I had an editing error while writing:Anyway, Bertrum Carlos DeVine, exhausted from gastronomical hijinx, invented Japanese kimonos, laminated money nuggets, Ontarian popular quotation registries, saving taxpayers untold volumes, whereby Xerox yields zillions.
All be cool don't even fear God has invited joy, kindness, love mercy, never oppress pray quit running say thanks until victory wins, xoxyour Zoe.
by Liz Elias2 weeks ago
When clicking on the "title" heading on the "my account" page, that was the way to sort all hubs alphabetically. It was very helpful in finding a specific article, when there are 300+ hubs...
by ddsurfsca7 years ago
I'll start with AA-teamnext would start with B and so on
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