The IPKat is happy to anounce the winner of its latest competition, which carries with it free entry to CLT's Shared Names conference (programme here).
Well - what kind of tit did you think Anna meant?
In first place is Anna Carboni (Wilberforce Chambers), with two entries:
- ESSENTIAL FUNCTION - anagram = 'tit on a sinful scene'
- OFFICE FOR HARMONISATION IN THE INTERNAL MARKET (TRADE MARKS AND DESIGNS) - anagram = 'the Francaise eat lasagne and kiss in OHIM'
Anna, please get in touch here.
Runner-up is Graeme Fearon (Thring Townsend) with his anagram of ELIZABETH EMANUEL - 'Uh! lame Liz E beaten'.
Thanks to all who entered and stay tuned for the next IPKat competition.