Anagrammy Winners by Scott Gardner

All the winning anagrams by Scott Gardner from the Anagrammy Awards.

GENERAL CATEGORY, February 2003:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
Darwin's theory of evolution =
To win, you fed on other rivals.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, February 2003:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Leonardo da Vinci, "The Last Supper" =
Have Lord and apostles in picture.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, May 2003:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Frederic Chopin's F sharp minor Polonaise =
Polish-French piano composer is rare find.

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, May 2003:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Algiers earthquake =
Quite a large shaker.

 

AWARDSMASTER'S CHOICE CATEGORY, June 2003:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix =
Portrayed orphaned hero for the next hit.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, July 2003:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Wimbledon Ladies' Singles final =
Belgians fold; Williamses in the end.

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, July 2003:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
West Africa =
It faces war.

 

SPECIAL CATEGORY, August 2003:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
[The famous anagram ELEVEN + TWO = TWELVE + ONE is "triply true," that is,
(1) it's an anagram when spelled out,
(2) it's a anagram of the digits when expressed numerically (11 + 2 = 12 + 1), and
(3) it's a correct equation.
Just for fun, here are a few more "triply true" anagrams:]


A duo + three + number of gospels + a quartet + pints in a gallon + number of American colonies =
a pair + a threesome + number of blind mice + quarts in a gallon + legs on an octopus + fourteen

2 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 8 + 13 =
2 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 8 + 14
[= 34]

An ace + cups in a pint + sides to a story + a threesome + points for a field goal + a quartet + number of seasons + number of golden rings =
one + pints in a quart + Houses of Congress + a menage a trois + feet in a yard + number of gospels + a tetrad + number of Platonic solids

1 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 5 =
1 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 5
[= 24]

A couple + points for a basket + a trio + number of little pigs + sides of a rectangle + a tetrad + sides of a quadrilateral + fingers on a hand + inches in a foot + number of American colonies =
a pair + a deuce + number of blind mice + points for a field goal + quarts in a gallon + faces on a tetrahedron + suits in a deck + toes on a foot + tribes of Israel + stripes on the American flag

2 + 2 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 12 + 13 =
2 + 2 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 12 + 13
[= 52]

A singleton + eyes on a cyclops + a couple + pints in a quart + three + sides of a triangle + a tetrad + number of seasons + points on a pentagram + inches in a foot =
an ace + cents in a penny + legs on a biped + cups in a pint + sides to a story + a threesome + four + quarts in a gallon + toes on a foot + stripes on the American flag

1 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 12 =
1 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 13
[= 37]

An ace + atomic number of lithium + points for a field goal + a quartet + faces on a tetrahedron + number of golden rings + number of olympic rings + inches in a foot + tribes of Israel + ounces in a pint =
unity + square root of four + number of little pigs + a tetrad + atomic number of boron + fingers on a hand + faces on a die + pence in a shilling + stripes on the American flag + atomic number of silicon

1 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 12 + 12 + 16 =
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 6 + 12 + 13 + 14
[= 65]

[Note: Where definitions differ, words are used in the American sense rather than the British]

 

SPECIAL CATEGORY, March 2004:
3rd - Scott Gardner with:
[A quintuply-true anagram. The following is a list of Kentucky Derby winners, along with the year they raced and their winning time (times are rounded to whole minutes and seconds):]

2003 Funny Cide 2:01
1992 Lil E. Tee 2:03
1989 Sunday Silence 2:05
1976 Bold Forbes 2:01
1975 Foolish Pleasure 2:02
1952 Hill Gail 2:01
1951 Count Turf 2:02
1950 Middleground 2:01
1945 Hoop Jr. 2:07
1944 Pensive 2:04
1937 War Admiral 2:03
1935 Omaha 2:05
1927 Whiskery 2:06
1926 Bubbling Over 2:03
1916 George Smith 2:04
1909 Wintergreen 2:08
1895 Halma 2:37
1878 Day Star 2:37
=
2002 War Emblem 2:01
1999 Charismatic 2:03
1995 Thunder Gulch 2:01
1984 Swale 2:02
1978 Affirmed 2:01
1957 Iron Leige 2:02
1956 Needles 2:03
1955 Swaps 2:01
1947 Jet Pilot 2:06
1940 Gallahadion 2:05
1936 Bold Venture 2:03
1932 Burgoo King 2:05
1925 Flying Ebony 2:07
1921 Behave Yourself 2:04
1913 Donerail 2:04
1906 Sir Huon 2:08
1879 Lord Murphy 2:37
1875 Aristides 2:37


[(1) The horses' names in each group are an anagram of each other:]
Funny Cide + Lil E. Tee + Sunday Silence + Bold Forbes + Foolish Pleasure + Hill Gail + Count Turf + Middleground + Hoop Jr. + Pensive + War Admiral + Omaha + Whiskery + Bubbling Over + George Smith + Wintergreen + Halma + Day Star
=
War Emblem + Charismatic + Thunder Gulch + Swale + Affirmed + Iron Leige + Needles + Swaps + Jet Pilot + Gallahadion + Bold Venture + Burgoo King + Flying Ebony + Behave Yourself + Donerail + Sir Huon + Lord Murphy + Aristides


[(2) The years that the horses in each group raced are an anagram of each other:]
2003 + 1992 + 1989 + 1976 + 1975 + 1952 + 1951 + 1950 + 1945 + 1944 + 1937 + 1935 + 1927 + 1926 + 1916 + 1909 + 1895 + 1878
=
2002 + 1999 + 1995 + 1984 + 1978 + 1957 + 1956 + 1955 + 1947 + 1940 + 1936 + 1932 + 1925 + 1921 + 1913 + 1906 + 1879 + 1875


[(3) The years in each group add up to the same sum (a nice round number, in fact):]
2003 + 1992 + 1989 + 1976 + 1975 + 1952 + 1951 + 1950 + 1945 + 1944 + 1937 + 1935 + 1927 + 1926 + 1916 + 1909 + 1895 + 1878
=
2002 + 1999 + 1995 + 1984 + 1978 + 1957 + 1956 + 1955 + 1947 + 1940 + 1936 + 1932 + 1925 + 1921 + 1913 + 1906 + 1879 + 1875
[= 35000]


[(4) The times of the horses in each group are an anagram of each other:]
2:01 + 2:03 + 2:05 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:01 + 2:07 + 2:04 + 2:03 + 2:05 + 2:06 + 2:03 + 2:04 + 2:08 + 2:37 + 2:37
=
2:01 + 2:03 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:03 + 2:01 + 2:06 + 2:05 + 2:03 + 2:05 + 2:07 + 2:04 + 2:04 + 2:08 + 2:37 + 2:37


[(5) The horses in each group have the same total running time:]
2:01 + 2:03 + 2:05 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:01 + 2:07 + 2:04 + 2:03 + 2:05 + 2:06 + 2:03 + 2:04 + 2:08 + 2:37 + 2:37
=
2:01 + 2:03 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:01 + 2:02 + 2:03 + 2:01 + 2:06 + 2:05 + 2:03 + 2:05 + 2:07 + 2:04 + 2:04 + 2:08 + 2:37 + 2:37
[= 38:10]

 

SPECIAL CATEGORY, May 2004:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
[A loose rendition of Jesus' life in anagrams of "The Gospel According to Saint Matthew."]

The Gospel According to Saint Matthew =

[Birth:]
Chaste mother got digs at place in town [Luke 2:7]
O, we spot child in that cottage's manger [Luke 2:7]
Magi potentates, on go, watch child rest [2:9-11]

[Ministry:]
Cite how Satan tempted Christ long ago [4:3-11]
Theologian attempts teaching crowds [4:23-25]
Was teaching; that epic sermon got told [5-7]
Oh, no! Castigating crowds at the temple! [21:12-13]

[Last Supper:]
Gal tops head with scarce-got ointment [26:6-7]
Apostles gotta go catch dinner with me [26:17-19]
Iscariot gang now plotted that scheme [26:14-16]
Owing to tips, catch Lord at Gethsemane [26:49-50]

[Passion:]
Aghast, we got Pilate to condemn Christ [27:24-26]
Watch Pilate cage, hit, torment God's son [27:27-31]
Wept... Gang acted to nail Him to the cross [27:27-36]
We can depict His torments at Golgotha [27:33-50]

[Resurrection:]
Light... Women to accept that God's arisen! [28:1-7]
Magdalene wept; Christ to act soothing [28:9-10]
Watch God teach, noting apostles' merit [28:18-20]
Now then, come sit at place at God's right [Mark 16:19]

 

PEOPLE'S NAMES CATEGORY, June 2004:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Pierce Brosnan of County Meath, Ireland =
I prefer actual Bond (Sean Connery) to him.

 

PEOPLE'S NAMES CATEGORY, November 2004:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
President of the United States of America =
Seems that one stupid rat retained office.

 

AWARDSMASTER'S CHOICE CATEGORY, December 2004:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
Steinway "Model A" Grand Piano =
We'd played a sonata in G minor.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, January 2005:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The children's classic Alice's Adventures in Wonderland =
Discusses a rich, enchanted land Lewis Carroll invented.

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, April 2005:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
A depression =
One's despair.

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, April 2005:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The traditional Passover meal =
To have a Seder is all-important.

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, January 2006:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The West Virginia coal mine disaster =
It is twelve deaths in a grim scenario.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, January 2006:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Best actress nominees:
1. Dame Judi Dench
2. Reese Witherspoon
3. Felicity Huffman
4. Charlize Theron
5. Keira Knightley

=

1. The erudite Mrs. Henderson
2. Johnny Cash's chick
3. This effeminate guy
4. A lifetime coal worker
5. Pride's Eliza Bennet

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, February 2006:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Paris Hilton's autobiography ~
is about an oh-so-hip party girl.

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, February 2006:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
American Indian =
I'm in a rain dance.

 

AWARDSMASTER'S CHOICE CATEGORY, March 2006:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
Venus de Milo (Aphrodite of Melos) =
Model of maid poses in the Louvre.

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, April 2006:
3rd - Scott Gardner with:
Confederate general =
Grant faced one R. E. Lee.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, May 2006:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Da Vinci Code: Special Illustrated Edition =
Anti-Catholic? Loved detailed pictures inside!

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, June 2006:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Rembrandt, "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp" =
Smart men of Holland study inert corpse on a table.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, July 2006:
eq1st - Scott Gardner with:
Michelangelo's "Creation of Adam" =
Am on a ceiling of some cathedral.

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, November 2006:
3rd - Scott Gardner with:
Killing two birds with one stone =
I will go strike down both in nest.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, May 2007:
Eq. 1st - Scott Gardner with:
Puff the magic dragon lived by the sea =
Inhaled pot drug may have big effects!

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, May 2007:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
1. Britney Spears
2. Lindsay Lohan
3. Paris Hilton
=
1. Lady in rehab
2. Lass in therapy
3. Lost in prison

 

RUDE CATEGORY, May 2007:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Impotence treatment =
Men attempt erection.

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, August 2007:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
A picture is worth a thousand words =
Icon did surpass what author wrote.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, March 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Bourne Supremacy =
Our spy became hunter.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, April 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Claude Monet, "Impression, Sunrise" =
Painted Seine in summer's colours

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, June 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Northwest African cheetahs =
There's one cat which ran fast.

 

PEOPLES NAMES CATEGORY, June 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Italian navigator Christopher Columbus =
I launch big ships, travel out to North America

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, June 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Playstation Three =
Parents? They loathe it!

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, June 2008:
Eq1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle =
Hound of the Baskervilles or A Study in Scarlet or many such go in there

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, July 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
American Independence Day =
Many earned a needed picnic

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, August 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Women's all-around gymnastics competition =
Nastia won gold in a Summer Olympic contest.

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, September 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
"You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig" =
GOP guy picks Palin, but it is a political stunt.

 

PEOPLES NAMES CATEGORY, September 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Michael Fred Phelps of the USA =
He'll match pure speed of a fish!

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, September 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Palace of Westminster, London =
Scene of old town's Parliament

 

ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE CATEGORY, October 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
"Who will be elected as the forty-fourth President of the United States of America?" =
That Democrat effortlessly defeats tired Republican foe to win the White House

 

ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE CATEGORY, November 2008:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The forty-fourth President of the United States of America, Barack Obama =
A brainy Democrat from the Senate is proud to take that office after Bush.

 

ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE CATEGORY, December 2008:
eq1st - Scott Gardner with:
"What gift from Santa would you like to see under the tree on Christmas?" =
I want transfer of the U.S. White House term to a skilled young Democrat.

 

RUDE CATEGORY, January 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The consummation of a relationship =
That's some hip name for coital union

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, March 2009:
3rd - Scott Gardner with:
House cat =
Ah, so cute!

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, April 2009:
eq1st - Scott Gardner with:
The East African lion =
A feline (in short, a cat).

 

ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE CATEGORY, April 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
April is National Poetry Month in North America =
Companion
    To my heart
Inspiration
    In all her art.

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, May 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
A Pentium central processing unit =
Set in place, it's running a computer.

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, June 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Palestinian Territories =
Anti-Israeli protest in there.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, August 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Rodgers and Hammerstein, "South Pacific" =
I do hear the cast sing and perform music.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, August 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Thomas Stearns Eliot, "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" =
Classic book of short poems, as translated to top musical.

 

AWARDSMASTER'S CHOICE CATEGORY, September 2009:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
The Lord of the Rings musical =
Hear Frodo & little chums sing.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, October 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
"The Emperor's New Clothes" fairy tale =
Not aware he's completely shirt-free?

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, November 2009:
eq3rd - Scott Gardner with:
The domestic abuser =
Cursed to be his mate.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, December 2009:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The novella "A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens =
A rather classic book enchants every small child.

 

PEOPLES NAMES CATEGORY, February 2010:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Post-Impressionist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec =
Oil painter chose Rue des Moulins prostitutes.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, March 2010:
Eq1st - Scott Gardner with:
George A. Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" =
Good God, there's a real frightening movie!

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, March 2010:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Apple Corporation =
Laptop, iPhone creator

 

ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE CATEGORY, March 2010:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The first line of 'Cherry Stones' by Winnie The Pooh author, A.A. Milne: "Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief." =
The brunette hair,
Her skin of pearl,
Brilliant as a fire
Or moonlight on the snow;

None may compare
To this girl
I admire--
I fancy her so.

 

SPECIAL CATEGORY, March 2010:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
[My first attempt at an anagrammatic puzzle. Solve the clues to fill in the numbered answers, then transfer the letters to the appropriate spaces in the grid. The result will be an appropriate quote followed by the name of the author. The clues, answers, and quote are all anagrams of one another.]


1. I fancy Tom Cruise

2. A dunce

3. Emulates Palin

4. Renters

5. Handled

6. Sang "Hit Me Baby"

7. Might K.O.?


=



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The Solution

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, October 2010:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Washington + Jackson + Harrison + Tyler + Fillmore + Pierce + Buchanan + Roosevelt + Harding + Truman + Kennedy =
Madison + Van Buren + Polk + Johnson + Grant + Hayes + Garfield + Arthur + McKinley + Eisenhower + Carter + Clinton

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, January 2011:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
A vodka martini shaken, not stirred =
That is a drink one movie star drank.

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, February 2011:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Aston Martin DBS =
Mr. Bond's in that seat.

 

TOPICAL CATEGORY, May 2011:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The terrorist Osama bin Laden =
An order obliterates this man.

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, February 2012:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The supervillain =
His plan? True evil!

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, May 2012:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Olympic Stadium =
My athletics podium

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, July 2012:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
A silver medal =
Rival leads me.

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, August 2012:
eq1st - Scott Gardner with:
Had really perfect mug of beer in ~
The Federal Republic of Germany

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, September 2012:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Daily Star tabloid =
That's editorially bad.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, January 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
New Line's Hobbit =
Bilbo in the news.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, January 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
1. Mona Lisa
2. Starry Night
3. The Last Supper
4. The Creation of Adam
5. Guernica
=
1. A portrait
2. Southeast France
3. Mural
4. Am on the ceiling
5. Spanish tragedy

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, February 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
One's valentine =
An intense love.

 

PEOPLES NAMES CATEGORY, February 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The 1st - sprinter Oscar Pistorius =
He is absolute top suspect in Pretoria murder.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, February 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Top five best sellers
1. A Tale of Two Cities
2. The Lord of the Rings
3. Le Petit Prince
4. The Hobbit
5. Dream of the Red Chamber
=
1. Paris embattled
2. Big three-part Frodo epic
3. Little French tot
4. Bilbo to meet the dwarfs
5. The lives of Chinese heroes

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, April 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The top five recording artists:

1. The Beatles
2. Elvis Presley
3. Madonna
4. Michael Jackson
5. Led Zeppelin
=
1. John's Liverpool lads
2. Tennessee "King"
3. Inept film actress
4. Crazed pedophile act
5. Heavy metal tribe

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, June 2013:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
Thou shalt not commit adultery =
It commandeth to halt your lust.

 

AWARDSMASTER'S CHOICE CATEGORY, July 2013:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
The Royal House of Windsor =
A history of ones who ruled.

 

ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY, August 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Pablo Picasso, Three Musicians =
A painter's cubism phase is cool!

 

PEOPLES NAMES CATEGORY, August 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Private Bradley "Chelsea" Manning =
Serviceman helping betray a land.

 

RUDE CATEGORY, August 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The arse =
Her seat.

 

GENERAL CATEGORY, December 2013:
2nd - Scott Gardner with:
Classified "Secret" =
Access is filtered.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, December 2013:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Seven virtues:
1. Chastity
2. Temperance
3. Charity
4. Diligence
5. Patience
6. Kindness
7. Humility
=
1. Virginity
2. Halt the undesired
3. Humanity
4. Persistence
5. Acceptance
6. Civility
7. Meekness

 

OTHER NAMES CATEGORY, March 2014:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
The Anagrammy Awards competition =
Word game maintains Mey atop chart.

 

MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY, March 2014:
1st - Scott Gardner with:
Top five longest running Broadway musicals:
1. The Phantom of the Opera
2. Cats
3. Chicago
4. The Lion King
5. Les Misérables
=
1. The spectre who sang a tune
2. Sampled T. S. Eliot poems
3. Illinois gang
4. African animals
5. The French book by Victor Hugo

 

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