The capital of New Mexico beckons once more with the final collection of twenty five Albuquerque words. As was the case in the previous three journeys, their residues appear in Column A below, the result of eradication of a twice-repeated nonadjacent letter triad. Thirty of these comprise the listing in Column B, including five masquerading impostors. In performing the reconstructive surgery, remember that no triad can be reinserted into more than one residue. The brainpower required to complete this task, while considerable, would probably not phase ST- that's EINSTEIN's residue after the removal of the duplicate triad EIN. Can you say the same?
"Last Trip to Albuquerque,"
Word Ways: Vol. 42
, Article 21.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol42/iss3/21