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What do these sentences all have in common?

William said that everything about his jacket was in quite good condition except for the zipper.

For only $49, jolly housewives made "inexpensive" meals using quick-frozen vegetables.

Amazingly few discotheques provide jukeboxes.

They are all Pangrams, so each contains every letter of the alphabet.

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Aren't pangrams supposed to be each letter of the alphabet ONCE?

Possible, but not by any definition I have ever seen.....besides, that makes the question too easy.

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also holoalphabetic sentances

The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dogs

Is the only one i now know - for what it's worth - zero probably

Oh the days b4 electric typewriters!

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I agree with kiger, flyingryn, and unreality's answers to the question, but just realized I must choose this exact post as the very best.

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I agree with kiger, flyingryn, and unreality's answers to the question, but just realized I must choose this exact post as the very best.

Superb! you are todays scabble champ and holoalphabetic maniac - giving you a star for that.

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what is the piont of the queston if the anwser is given to us

Don't look at the answer - enjoy the puzzle first, if you look you spoil your own fun.

Though I do believe there is more response entered with potential unique answers.

DONT LOOK]You need more practice at not looking, good job it was'nt the nuclear strike button DO NOT PRESS

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