Posted by Shae on January 13, 2004
In Reply to: Deciphering sayings posted by Bookworm on January 13, 2004
: : : : I have been asked to decipher the following sayings which contain the initials only of the words which give the answer. For example: F the ST the R = "From the sublime to the ridiculous"
: : : : What are the following: Any help would be much appreciated
: : : : CR-H
: : : : M a SA a D
: : : : S the DA the HHB
: : : : LTYT
: : : : TO be WATE
: : : : and this, which refers to a book, play, film or opera etc:
: : : : TR of TJ
: : : : Thanks, Keith Macgregor
: : : You might try the alphabetical list in the Meanings and Origins section of this site.
: : TR of TJ - The Return of the Jedi?
: CR-H - Caught red-handed? (I checked M-W online, and it is hypenated).
LTYT = later than you think