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Countries, US States, Capitals, Elements, 100 Most Common Words: A ≈ B + C #2

The letters of answer A are almost the same as the ones of answers B and C put together. You are shown the letters that appear both in A and in B + C. So:
1) guess 'A' by anagraming the common letters and adding at most 1 extra letter
2) anagram the blue letters of A to find B and the red ones to find C (note thatif B or C contain an extra letter, this is shown as a hint)
Note that if A has an extra letter, this is shown in black. B comes before C in alphabetical order
Note on most common words: conjugations count as the same word (eg swam, swum and swimming all count as "swim")
Try by Starting Letter: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
These are all combinations having the shortest answer of the group 5 letters long
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Last updated: March 18, 2015
First submittedMarch 18, 2015
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common letters
A
B
+
C
aaaablnrtu
Ulaanbaatar
Luanda
+
Rabat
aaabimprr
Paramaribo
Burma
+
Praia
aaaeehlsst
Tallahassee
Alaska
+
These
aaaghinnst
Afghanistan
Austin
+
Ghana
abeeinorsu
Buenos Aires
Benin
+
Roseau
abeeiorssu
Buenos Aires
Boise
+
Maseru
abeeiorssu
Buenos Aires
Boise
+
Roseau
abeeiorssu
Buenos Aires
Seoul
+
Serbia
abegnoort
Baton Rouge
Gabon
+
Other
abegnortu
Baton Rouge
About
+
Niger
abeimorsu
Seaborgium
Boise
+
Burma
abgnoortu
Baton Rouge
About
+
Argon
adgimnnoost
Santo Domingo
Madison
+
Tonga
aehnoorrt
North Korea
Argon
+
Other
aehnoorrt
North Korea
Other
+
Radon
aeikmnnrstu
Turkmenistan
Denmark
+
Tunis
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level 78
Mar 18, 2015
I'm finding the A answers to be too hard. Maybe color code them as well? Or provide some other kind of hint.
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level 71
Mar 18, 2015
Thanks for your feedback! I actually wanted to colour the A answer (I wanted it underlined in red and blue so that you know if the 1st letter comes from B or C etc) but unfortunately it doesn't seem to be possible in the sense that either you colour the "underlined" answer or the answer when it appears. Or perhaps it's possible but I haven't managed to find out how. Or maybe I can try putting in 2 columns for A? I'll give it a go. If you have other suggestions do tell, thanks again
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level 78
Mar 18, 2015
How about just giving the first letter?
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level 71
Mar 19, 2015
See what you think about today's quiz format. You're not given the first letter but A answers are shown in alphabetical order so you can more or less work it out; and you can see if it starts with a letter from answer B or C. Thanks again!