extraordinaire, Will Shortz
Note: I never post the solutions on this blog. I see lots of keyword traffic coming from people looking for the answers, which is at best impatient, and at worst, cheating. For shame.
Now without further ado, here's this week's new puzzle:
What is the longest familiar phrase title, or name in which the only consonants are N and T, repeated as often as necessary? The other letters are vowels.
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