acb, aml, bou, cle, emp, llo, nds, rro, ssi, ymb
The above line lists 10 triplets, each a part of one of 10 words, belonging to a well defined set.
Name the words and comment on the set's origin.
(In reply to re(5): Most of a solution ---- hint , .....partial. spoiler
"each a part of one of 10 words, belonging to a well defined set.
The set is names of William Shakespeare's plays .-
The last two examples IMHO contradict NOTHING-, the more the merrier- finding two examples, both in the set makes your solution better, not worse.
Bear in mind that you found both titles after my hint, prior to it you found none.
Your current solution is almost perfect - I say "almost" because:
1. You tried to establish a "rule within a rule" as to where in the
word the triplet is located, - not applicable to all ten triplets and not requested.
2, You did not explicitly comment on the set's origin, as requested.
Still (back to the Bard): All's well that ends well! <p>
Edited on December 9, 2014, 2:24 am