Each of the fifty examples below represents what remains when a four-letter name is removed from the beginning, middle, or end of a word and the resulting letters are run together. For example, o s o p h y is what we'd be left with if P H I L were taken away from P H I L o s o p h y. Column A consists of the residues when men's names have been excised, while Column B lists the same for women's names. How many missing monikers can you restore to their rightful locations?
"What's In? A Name!,"
Word Ways: Vol. 40
, Article 24.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol40/iss3/24