As introduced in Volume 40, Number 2 of Word Ways, this word b e E K E E P E r contains a pair of consecutive palindromic triads - E K E and E P E. Removing both and running the remaining letters together, what remains is b e r. The twenty five new examples presented below represent the residues after a pair of consecutive palindromic triads has been excised from a familiar word, phrase, or name.
"More Consecutive Palindromic Triads,"
Word Ways: Vol. 40
, Article 18.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol40/iss4/18