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ANATOMICAL VOWELS
According to former line coach Pat Boland of the Iowa Hawkeyes, a football player taking an anatomy test wrote, “The anatomy is divided into three parts: the head, the chest and the abdomen. The head houses the brain and eyes; the chest houses the lungs, heart and liver; the abdomen houses the vowels of which there are five –A, E, I, O & U.

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