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CategoriesNooks and cranniesYesteryearSemantic enigmasThe body beautifulRed tape, white liesSpeculative scienceThis sceptred isleRoot of every evilEthical conundrumsThis sporting lifeStage and screenBirds and also the bees SEMANTIC ENIGMASI think the longest English native you deserve to touch kind with one hand is "afterwards". Can anyone far better this? REVERBERATED. Gaynelle Samuel, London E8. EXTRAVASATED. If friend really want to practise with one hand, try: "Extra vegetated terraces were reseeded later on as we recreated a ruined desert. We confronted a savage crew, sewed seaweed sweaters, as we extracted stewed sewage." Alastair Milne, Den Haag, Netherlands. THE longest word friend can form with your right hand is "monopoly". Why not shot to uncover the longest coherent sentence for each hand, e.g. "I run on mine polo pony"? it beats working. Elisabeth Manning, Droitwich, Worcs. DESEGREGATED watercresses are much longer one-handed words. Further examples are in my left-handed lament come Labour"s recent loss. Had it not associated a compromise through my ideal hand, I"d have called it "Left Out, or the Sound the One Hand Tapping". The last word the the poem, a 14-letter description of john Major"s majority, need to close off more correspondence about the longest native you can touch type with one hand: it might go on for ever before . . . Loss A reverse we reasserted later on Stewardesses axed taxes effects are exaggerated we asseverated VAT reaggregated space C2s ruined We readdressed refettered greed us were beat Redefeated Reredefeated Desecrated redevastated A decade 2 much we reasseverated Aftereffects are a Q 4 1 2 zzzzzzzzzzzzzz Paul Fisher, Bath add your answer

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