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I am sorry that I missed out on this when you first put it in because it is terrific! I haven't read your other comments but I am sure that they must all be positive. This is one of my all-time favorites (so far I only have 2...). :)
Yes, you must, dear friend :-) You are our sole teacher of the fineries of this arcane and delightful language which is even now being propagated and disseminated in Oz! The wonders of modern communication :-)
My, oh my, T! Must I always be edjukading you about the fineries of south Tennessee and south Georgia? " Weren't done it" quite literally means "that's not so". I don't think I've heard this expression since I was a little girl....and I'm quite certain it was spoken by one of my grandparents or another relative of their generation.......and now I'm sending it to Oz, lol!
I'm glad you enjoyed the puzzle, Mimi, and the remarks which I agree were quite entertaining. Thank you for your comment.
Lol, Shirley! "By Jove, I think she's got it!" I think your initial assessment paints a much lovelier picture! You are most welcome, my friend!
LOL... It may be a good ole Tennessee saying but what does it mean!
Great fun, Jill. Thanks. 1:45
Doggone it, forgot to push post again. Anyway, enjoyed the puzzles and all the fun remarks!
My first glance after solving, I thought I could see little flickering candles on a lace doily, then I read the title and comments, well you all lost me, I had to find out just what a Mitosis is, I think you have it contained jill, not likely to multiply any further. Thanks Jill, very pretty.
Yes, Jo, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. It is amazing how choice of title can give a totally new perception of an image!
Thank you. PJ! I'm so glad you thought the puzzle looked wonderful, my friend! Isn't it great,fun to google various new words and continually learn someting new!
T! it is actually puzzlii chromosomus splittus jillae" as I own the copyright to this.You are more than welcome dear one!GROAN!!! weren't done it! ( Good ole Tennessee expression"
Indeed, L, with quick assessment, your first conclusion would be understandable, but, with further analysis, the process of mitosis would become quite evident. Easily confused unless closely studied. I'm so glad you enjoyed this, dear one!... :-)
Well for once, something scientific, can turn out quite beautiful!! Thankyou for the fun!! :)
A very nice, warm and fun puzzle, Jill. I googled your title and read the Wiki explanation - your puzzle looks wonderful, just the same.PJ
A fine specimen of puzzlii chromosomus splittus! Thank you, Ms RJDB :-) Nothing at all to do with a terrible disease, Kirsten. What Jill REALLY means is "my toes is' cold in winter :-)
My first reaction was such a marvelous depiction of Meiosis,, I though for sure I saw two fissions of the nucleus with extra gametes running around, each possessing half the number of chromosomes they did the day before.... But then I read your title, good buddy...Silly me... Easily confused.... Delightful puzzle... 'L' ... :) :)
Thank you, Kirsten, I'm glad you liked it. The title?..... I guess once a science teacher, always a science teacher, lol!
I'm glad you thought it was fun x 3, Jan, lol. Seriously, I'm glad you enjoyed it, dear.
Great new avatar photo Jill. Happy New Year.
What delightful puzzle, for such a scary name, Jill! It sounds like a terrible disease!! LOL
Fun, Fun, Fun!!! Thanks so much. Such a bright and cheery puzzle, especially with all those little pearls!2:00