Today’s Mystery Monday question was: What is the only word in the English language that is pronounced the same when the last four letters are removed?

The answer…and our Word of the Day…QUEUE (like Q), which means (as a noun) a line or sequence of people or vehicles awaiting their turn to be attended to or to proceed. It can also be a verb, meaning to take one’s place in a queue. This is a very common word in both Britain…and in computing!

Congratulations to Lisa from Danville, who answered our question and wins a $5 gift certificate to Troyer’s of Apple Valley.

It’s also Lifeline 2016 week at WNZR – join us Wednesday for our annual day of prayer and praise.

Thanks for listening!