View Single Post
Old 08-03-2016, 11:09 AM
Sangahyando Sangahyando is offline
Join Date: Mar 2015
Posts: 2,006
At a loose end: feel moved to risk reviving this two-year-old zombie, hoping not to be come down on like a ton of bricks for so doing.

Sentences using all 26 letters of the alphabet, each one just once: the problem with this, is to come up with something not horribly stilted and tortured. In all this thread so far, only two such strike me as “surviving that test”:

Mr. Jock, TV Quiz PhD., bags few lynx.


New job: fix Mr. Gluck’s hazy TV, PDQ !

Taking it that for this difficult exercise, initials / acronyms are allowed and unavoidable: I have such a sentence (not my invention, but seen long ago and never forgotten) which I feel elegantly, and fairly meaningfully, uses each-letter-just-once. It involves a British abbreviation in the realm of the legal profession: QC (Queen’s Counsel).

Jump, dogs ! Why vex Fritz Blank, QC?