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A quick runthrough of the Anagram Server has produced some odd results. Pat "Kicking" Gelsinger, readers will remember, kicked a poor staffer with a gammy leg at Comdex/Fall last year -- twice. So Pat Gelsinger becomes "A leg per sting". Andy Grove anagrams as either "Gravy Done" or "Gay Vendor", while Paul Otellini seems to equate as "Paul Oil Intel". Meanwhile, Celeron Chip becomes "Cliche Prone", Katmai Chip becomes "I a thick map" while Xeon Processor turns into "Scorn or Expose". And Sean Maloney anagrams as "Sale Annoy Me" or "Anal me yes no". How puzzling anagrams can be...®

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