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Authors

A. Ross Eckler

Abstract

Arrange the letters of the alphabet in a specified order, and imbed these in a list of words, the object being to use as few letters as possible in the word-list. For example, if the letters are arranged in alphabetic order, and one is restricted to boldface entries in the Marriam-Webster Pocket Dictionary, with no single letter words or abbreviations allowed (such as DDT or TV), then the minimum-letter word-list appears to be:

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