Your boss wants you to head up a new part of the company that will analyze business statistics. She wants an official name for it like "The Organization for Business Statistics" or "The Business Statistics Council".
She asks you to write a list of 26 words that start with each letter of the alphabet that are loosely synonymous to "organization" or "council". She agrees that there are no such words starting with
y, so really she only wants 19 words.
You write this list, choosing words that would not seem out of place in the phrase
I'm a member of The ________ of/for Business Statistics.
I have to go to a meeting with the Business Statistics ________.
Sadly, you've lost the list, and only have vague memories about what the words were. You jot down these recollections, knowing they must relate to the words:
a: starts with an end b: holds clothes c: three sets of double letters d: math operation e: more proper to use for music f: Sam was in one g: sounds like wine fruit h: n/a i: reasearch ___, ___ for technology j: angry men k: n/a l: the red-headed one was fake m: of magic n: n/a o: relates to neatness and tidiness p: relates to windows q: n/a r: Sam was in this too, in a way s: sounds like Stampy's best friend's name t: almost a meeting going in the wrong direction u: one v: n/a w: powerful, compound x: n/a y: n/a z: only if it's monkey business
You already realize that
o must be for
organization because being organized relates to being neat and tidy. Can you figure out the other 18 words? (
c is not necessarily for
council. The words only contain letters.)
To verify your answer, take the 19 words in order, all in lowercase, and separate them with spaces. e.g.
aword bword cword dword eword fword gword iword jword lword mword oword pword rword sword tword uword wword zword
The resulting MD5 hash is