A Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

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Entry #229 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Prof. Marcia Evett-Peets”? 
Entry #228 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Conrad Hagtee” is an anagram. 
Entry #227 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Tori Pansini,” is an anagram. 
Entry #226 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Pietro Risi” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #225 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Ulysse Hufton,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #224 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Liana Strum”? 
Entry #223 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Nigel Gott” is an anagram. 
Entry #222 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Holbert Dutt,” is an anagram. 
Entry #221 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Lucie Fenn” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #220 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Sisi Gude,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #219 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Elena Godley-Trawick”? 
Entry #218 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Tino di Fatecini” is an anagram. 
Entry #217 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Ken Wittich,” is an anagram. 
Entry #216 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Fay Gilrit” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #215 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Marie Béclef,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #214 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “P.M. Neidon”? 
Entry #213 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “May Horn” is an anagram. 
Entry #212 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Thi Lim Yu,” is an anagram. 
Entry #211 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Petr Peševíc” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #210 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Aimee Chacko,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #209 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Ada Kemmeries-West”? 
Entry #208 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Bert E. Mattike” is an anagram. 
Entry #207 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Dan Peake,” is an anagram. 
Entry #206 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Gil Menhennett” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #205 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Cecile Poshpoe,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #204 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Aubrey Ursino”? 
Entry #203 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Alice and Kyle Gowert” is an anagram. 
Entry #202 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Esther Perimoc,” is an anagram. 
Entry #201 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Flo Hennig-Ahlstedt” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #200 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Timothé Foskémat,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #199 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Mehran Sutatuni”? 
Entry #198 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Avrett Rosing” is an anagram. 
Entry #197 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Alberto Niquete,” is an anagram. 
Entry #196 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Ivette de Rosendow ” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #195 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Marieke Lohoff-Witte,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #194 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Ferdi Dabanto”? 
Entry #193 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Paul Guthi” is an anagram. 
Entry #192 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Tyrone Roda,” is an anagram. 
Entry #191 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Ethel Litts-Night” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #190 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Dannette McNeish,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #189 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Elvire Bruête”? 
Entry #188 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Lum Ri-Qiu Bei” is an anagram. 
Entry #187 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. As usual, this week’s quotee name, “Kitt Witschi,” is an anagram. 
Entry #186 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Staci Kinn” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #185 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Angeline Fongrill,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #184 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Ted Garuti”? 
Entry #183 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Sheila Stiltshire” is an anagram. 
Entry #182 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Beh al-Benoor,” is another anagram. 
Entry #181 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Vigo Monn” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #180 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Emile Remy Scevot,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #179 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Elene Wescovich”? 
Entry #178 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Mickie Gittins” is an anagram. 
Entry #177 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Leyda von Hofe,” is another anagram. 
Entry #176 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Amélie Tóth” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #175 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Keith Visponti,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #174 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Tamer Seytachad”? 
Entry #173 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Letitia Bivens” is an anagram. 
Entry #172 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Gabriel Litten Kight,” is another anagram. 
Entry #171 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Flora Kousteck” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #170 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Stacie Pexton,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #169 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Eric Ebsen”? 
Entry #168 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Elvin Fowlie” is an anagram. 
Entry #167 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Basil Gerfin,” is another anagram. 
Entry #166 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Monica Poss” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #165 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Miss Picket,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #164 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Niles Grivlin”? 
Entry #163 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Barbra Kiener” is an anagram. 
Entry #162 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Aktitimetes,” is another anagram. 
Entry #161 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “ Guy de Roubouse” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #160 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Alain Wetrey,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #159 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “ Roxanna Pinodavito ”? 
Entry #158 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Ethelyn Russo” is an anagram. 
Entry #157 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Ann Bidcalfe,” is another anagram. 
Entry #156 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Fabien Tumulet” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #155 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Helena Botton Bowles,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #154 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Selina Tessit”? 
Entry #153 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Oliver Mousley” is an anagram. 
Entry #152 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Virginia Delsing,” is another anagram. 
Entry #151 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Tristan Hengelmeiner” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #150 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Nictotus of Amiri,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #149 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Ester Tivali”? 
Entry #148 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Gita Blevin” is an anagram. 
Entry #147 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Mimi Post,” is another anagram. 
Entry #146 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Bruno Geese” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #145 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Edda Tolontino,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #144 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Yasmine Floch”? 
Entry #143 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Nidia von Ruhme” is an anagram. 
Entry #142 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Edith Swindell,” is another anagram. 
Entry #141 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Timon Németh” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #140 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “E. Peter Vosemond,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #139 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Yolanda Kotow”? 
Entry #138 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Lisa Scholten-Redding” is an anagram. 
Entry #137 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Sherman Hofstadter,” is another anagram. 
Entry #136 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Edward Ashe Toth” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #135 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Eugenio Hughson,” is actually an anagram. 
Entry #134 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Celestine Rolff”? 
Entry #133 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Lou F. Beyers” is an anagram. 
Entry #132 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Lawrence Froelich,” is another anagram. 
Entry #131 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Sid McDonel” — it’s an anagram. 
Entry #130 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Gwen Lefeld-Kos,” is actually an anagram. 

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