WINNER OF THE ANAGRAM COMPETITION


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.

WINNER OF THE ANAGRAM COMPETITION WINNER OF THE ANAGRAM COMPETITION Reviewed by Unknown on Monday, April 17, 2006 Rating: 5

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