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All belong to set of alphabet S
Could not understand it.

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these all are capital letters....


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they all belong to english alphabet ..buliding blocks of entire english language


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each alphabet is also a word in english...phonetically speaking
Bingo

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I think that's the perfect answer

Man, you dominate again !!
Third time this week. Thank God we have upper limit.

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1 more they all are in ascending order of alphabets


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Correct, It wasn't worth this time

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Third time this week. Thank God we have upper limit
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@naimish
congrats...but can you explain what is this suppose to mean?
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All belong to set of alphabet S
and lol your TM smiley, kinda missed it
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bee, see, eye,queue,are, tea, you and why
In that case there are more:
A - obviously a word in its own right, or of course 'ay for 'orses.
Dee - the river
Ee lad, as they say in Yorkshire. By gum.
Eff, as in ineffable, which I thought meant you couldn't swear that them.
Gee up lad
Jay is a kind of bird
Kay is a name
'Ell is a very 'ot place
Em is a printing term
En is part of the place name Chapel en le Frith, where I grew up
Oh, of course
Going for a Pee
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that's a song xpi0t0s
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Yeah, my TM smiley
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In that case there are more:
A - obviously a word in its own right, or of course 'ay for 'orses.
Dee - the river
Ee lad, as they say in Yorkshire. By gum.
Eff, as in ineffable, which I thought meant you couldn't swear that them.
Gee up lad
Jay is a kind of bird
Kay is a name
'Ell is a very 'ot place
Em is a printing term
En is part of the place name Chapel en le Frith, where I grew up
Oh, of course
Going for a Pee
There could be more but then the list was not exclusive anyway

One of them I know is also Yes sounds like S
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that's a song xpi0t0s
Is it??????

I've heard of A for horses, B for mutton, C for yourself etc.
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C is also used as See
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and What about Sea ?