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The Washington Post anagrams

Rearranging the letters of 'The Washington Post' gives:

That photoing's news?(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2005)
Ah, tonight's top news!(by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2003)
Gossip, whatnot then.(by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
That hot 'n' new gossip.(by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
With Pentagon hosts?(by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
~with Pentagon shots.(by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
Other related anagrams without their own page:
"The Sun" -> "He nuts!" (by Jean Merges by hand) (2000)
"The Sun" -> "Nuts eh?" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (1998)
"The New York Times" -> "I knew story-theme." (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The New York Times" -> "I wrote keen myths." (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The New York Times" -> "Key men wrote this." (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The New York Times" -> "Hit key metro news." (by Benjamin Yardley by hand) (2003)
"The New York Times" -> "Wonky items there." (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The New York Times" -> "They strike women?" (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
"The New York Times" -> "Monkey wits there." (by Judson T. Pewther using Anagram Genius) (1998)
"The New York Times" -> "Monkey twits here." (by Judson T. Pewther using Anagram Genius) (1998)
"The New York Times" -> "Tree with monkeys." (by Judson T. Pewther using Anagram Genius) (1998)
"The New York Times" -> "Worthiest key men." (by Judson T. Pewther using Anagram Genius) (1998)
"The New York Times" -> "Where's etymon kit?" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "I key hot news term!" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "The wet inky Morse?" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "We key mirth notes!" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "We irk the etymons!" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Wet inky theorems." (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Key the wit sermon!" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "He knew story item." (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "We ink story theme." (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Oh my! Seek written." (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Etymons were kith!" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "The monkeys write!" (by Mark McNamara using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "O my, there news-kit!" (by Aronas Pinchas) (2008) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "THey kit more news." (by Aronas Pinchas) (2008) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Wit: Yonkers theme?" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Winos key T.M. there." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Town s key merit, eh?" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "They went irksome." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Esteem Worthy Ink." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Money-Thirst Week." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Thy Semite Knower." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Wee stinky mother." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "History went meek." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Wormy esthete ink." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Three times wonky." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Write keen mythos." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Hey, written smoke." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Wrote inky themes." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Ye theist workmen." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "New York, meet shit." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Wee mythos tinker." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The New York Times" -> "Enmity Worksheet." (by Ryan McCourt) (2006) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Thirteen happy well-read pages." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Typewriters help handle a page." (by Hans-Peter Reich using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "I'll hype the ten-page war spread." (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "We reap, hype paternal delights." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Trapped a wealthy English peer." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Teeniest paragraph well hyped." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "The great, happy, well-read penis." (by anon using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "The large, wealthy, dapper penis." (by anon using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Read happier twenty-page shell." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Whip pleased the general party." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Hey! The appalling readers wept." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "The wet, appalling readers' hype." (by William Tunstall-Pedoe using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Peepeth, get Wills and ape Harry!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Appeared eh, hyping Wall Street." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Aha! well-typed print pages here." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Hell! reader-types hate Wapping." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Daily Telegraph Newspaper" -> "Randiest 'page three'? Well happy!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Times Educational Supplement" -> "Taunt media: misspelt 'opelunce'." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
"Times Educational Supplement" -> "Delete ample mispunctuations!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Times Square, New York City" -> "It quite rocks my New Year's." (by Toby Gottfried by hand) (2005) (pending approval)
"New York Times crossword" -> "Me inks wry words to score." (by Robert Stencel by hand) (2006) (pending approval)
"New York Mets" -> "Worst key men." (by Ken Gallager) (2006) (pending approval)
See also:
"News is the first draft of history"
The Daily Telegraph
The News of the World
The Times
"Peterborough" - Charlie Methven
Christian Science Monitor
Daily Express
The Daily Politics
The Daily Record
The Daily Sport
The Guardian Newspaper
William Deedes
Detroit Free Press
The Financial Times
The Salt Lake Tribune
Metro
Piers Morgan
The Sunday Telegraph
The Sunday Times
The Daily Express
The Daily Mail
Jayson Blair
New York Times
The usual contents of the British tabloid press
The Daily Mirror
News of the World
The Sun Newspaper
The Sunday Sport
The Guardian

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