Alphabet game – Time

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    Cassel
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    In April, our monthly theme is TIME.

    Let’s play our monthly alphabet game.

    Let’s find words that are related to time, whether it is an expression using the word “time” in it, or a word that relates to time. I think it will be a little challenging, but hey, that is why it is called a challenge!

    Who will start?

    #12772

    Cassel
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    I will be cheating a bit and i will start with an easy word:

    A = Afternoon

    #12776

    Sheila Hogg
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    B = Borrowed Time

    #12777

    Dianne
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    c = clock

    #12778

    Mary Klepac
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    Date Night

    #12779

    Bonnie Ballentine
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    enough time

    #12783

    Dianne
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    f = face (of a clock)

    #12793

    Sheila Hogg
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    G = Grandfather clock

    #12795

    Dianne
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    h = history

    #12801

    Arlien
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    Infinity

    #12812

    Dianne
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    J = January, June, July

    #12816

    Scott
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    K = Kairos – a moment of indeterminate time in which an event of significance happens.

    #12818

    micfin
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    L ~ Lunchtime!

    #12819

    Dianne
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    m = minute

    #12820

    Cassel
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    N = Now (yeah, that was an easy one)

    #12842

    Creatively Obsesses
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    O’clock

    #12843

    Dianne
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    p = past, present

    #12852

    Marlene Lingham
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    q=question time, a lively time in the Parliament!

    #12875

    Mary Klepac
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    Reminisce

    #12877

    Cristina Hanlon
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    S = second, schedule

    #12878

    Dianne
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    t = tick tock (sound of old timey clocks)

    #12883

    Arlien
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    R= Retro

    #12884

    Arlien
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    U= universal

     

    #12885

    Dianne
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    v = vintage

    #12886

    Cassel
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    W = When… (surely time related!)

    #12887

    Sheila Hogg
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    I thought being as its Easter and can find nothing beginning with X relating to time that

    X = Eggstra time…….. yes no…ok I will go and sit on the naughty step now.

     

    #12888

    Cassel
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    I think that it was actually very creative. Some letters will require us to “think outside the box” and this is a PERFECT example!

    Y = Yesterday (yeah, that is an obvious one)

    #12893

    Dianne
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    Z = zero hour

    #12915

    Cristina Hanlon
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    Sheila, you had a great solution for the letter X… very creative! 😀

    #12925

    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Christina.

    x

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