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Not solvable by computer (?) (Posted on 2015-04-24) Difficulty: 3 of 5
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Please provide some examples of proverbs, quips, catch phrases, punch lines having a similar structure i.e. A B C D C' B' A'.

A', B', C' are grammatical alterations of (or exactly equal to) A, B, C.
D stands for one of the (and, but, while ) or (comma, hyphen, empty space)

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Hints/Tips re: computer plus human finds only one | Comment 3 of 5 |
(In reply to computer plus human finds only one by Charlie)

2 Remarks:

1st:   You were right to expand my narrow definition of the D-word, actually any word is allowed as long as the palindromic nature is present.

2nd:  A better data base would be a list of palindromic-by-word phrases, where you should find sentences like:

Fall leaves as      soon      as    leaves fall,     and similar..

  Posted by Ady TZIDON on 2015-04-24 15:10:29
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