X for Xenagogue – #atozchallenge

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“A Brilliant Conspiracy” Episode 24

Blurb & other Episodes

 

Xenagogue peculiarities impel Jamila to make vegetative observations, forcing yard audits.

Displaying no qualms, Zollie unloads everything, blatantly claiming lethal kyphosis weakens him. Guilty sentence reduced.

 

Glossary:

Kyphosis                     hunchbacked condition

Xenagogue                  guide; someone who conducts strangers

 

Archibald’s ‘Horse of the Day’

http://www.paulaura.com/betgloss.htm

Xanthi FC sounds Greek. Agreed, my mind is on another sport and the “X” means ‘a draw’ on a soccer betting coupon. However, there is a US racehorse called Xanadu.

 

Jamila’s ‘Daily Poison’

http://www.britannica.com/science/poison-biochemistry/Types-of-poison#ref396648

Xylitol is a sugar alcohol used as a sweetener. It is naturally found in low concentrations in the fibers of many fruits and vegetables.

Xylitol has no known toxicity in humans, but is often fatal to dogs.

Whereas Xanax (alprazolam) can be addictive to humans and potentiate other benzodiazepine drugs.

 

Word Links

http://www.wordfind.com/

http://phrontistery.info/glossaries.html

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/wordlist/adverbs.shtml

https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/prepositions-list.htm

 

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 The Challenge runs over 26 days – with Sundays off for good behaviour – and each day will be based on the alphabet, from A through to Z.

Read more about the Challenge I set myself in my Theme Reveal:

Blogging from A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal 2016

For more on the Blogging from A to Z Challenge and to visit the other brave bloggers, go to the official site and this linky list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “X for Xenagogue – #atozchallenge

  1. Hey, I tried to leave a comment before, but I don’t see it. I just wanted to thank you for visiting my blog and teaching me a new word: xenagogue.
    I can always taste when something has sugar alcohol in it. I much prefer the plain old sugar in my candy. 🙂

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