Given names figure prominently in palindromic utterances. There are two main reasons for this. Many are quite short, and thus easy to manipulate palindromically. Also, a higher percentage of given names than ordinary English words end in the vowels A or I which serve as excellent palindromic connectors.
"Madam, I'm Adam (Sir, I'm Iris),"
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