Your roommate is on vacation, and you need to get something off his laptop. You ring him up, asking if you can borrow his computer.
"Sure, if you can get in," he replies.
"What? But it's your laptop!"
"Give me a break, man. You know how my memory is. Tell you what — look through the second drawer of the desk and you might find a clue."
You thank your friend, and begin rummaging through his stuff. You don't feel very nice doing so, of course, but it's getting late and you need those files. To your dismay, all you can find is the left half of a torn note:
edi est ser ing restau on myo mus hot
Edit: Right-aligned the words to make it clearer that you have the left half of the note
Knowing your friend's naïveté you figure that the password is probably just a single word, and start racking your brain for ideas.
What is your friend's password?
Each row can be extended to form words with a certain property. Some words are more obscure than others, but
restaudoes not become