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Sunday Puzzle: Vowel Replacement

Mark Stefaniak plays the puzzle with puzzlemaster Will Shortz and NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro.
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On-air Challenge: I'm going to read you some clues. The answer to each one is one of the words in the clue with its vowel sound changed.

Example: What1. What a babe might wear in a high chair2. Family dude3. River seen in Paris4. Waters that run through Cologne5. Something that goes "boom!"6. What you bowl with7. What the government takes from your income8. What a hat adds to your body9. Where to order a beer10. Something that will go round and round11. What a cryptographer could read12. Word that means "strange"13. When night is done

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