For instance, for MONTGOMERY, the longest transdeletion was MOTORMEN, a deletion of two letters, and the shortest transaddition was MYRINGOTOME
, an addition of one letter.
112, plain tip (18 swg), ear mop, arrow myringotome
, gauze flannel, one "Grasper," two vent tubes, and a cotton wool swab.
Webster's Third: anoncillo, baculiform, cheeney, coenenchyme, dispensationalism, kinaesthetically Webster's Second: allaesthesia, halvelings, myringotome
, nasioinial, philosophuncule American Heritage Dictionary (4th edition, 2000): narcotrafficking New Oxford Dictionary of English: David Attenborough, English naturalist; Emil Zatopek, Czech runner Oxford English Dictionary (2nd edition): ticket-collector Rand McNally Commercial Atlas and Marketing Guide (98th edition, 1967): Sanville, town in Henry County VA Times Index Gazetteer of the World: Harford, towns in Cortland County NY and Susquehanna County PA; Harrisonburg, city in Rockingham County VA Others: Jeffreyston, village in Pembrokeshire, Wales; nonscarcity (8 Internet citations), self-depriving (91 interact citations)
No time is spent in preparation for the procedure; no expensive reprocessing is involved; the myringotome
is always sharp; the suction tubes always function as intended; best clinical practice is observed, and nothing is overlooked to throw financial projections off course.