Ananym

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* P. T. Tibbles was [[P. T. Selbit]]
 
* P. T. Tibbles was [[P. T. Selbit]]
 
* [[Ed Solomon]] used Denomolos
 
* [[Ed Solomon]] used Denomolos
* [[Jack Avis] performed under the stage name Siva  which is also the name used for the card sleight he created  [[Siva Count]] .
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* [[Jack Avis]] performed under the stage name Siva  which is also the name used for the card sleight he created  [[Siva Count]] .
 
* Novrec Turnover was a card sleight by [[Bruce Cervon]]
 
* Novrec Turnover was a card sleight by [[Bruce Cervon]]
  

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An ananym is a word whose spelling is derived by reversing the spelling of another word. It is therefore a special type of anagram. There is a long history of magicians deriving their stage names or names of sleights by using ananyms.[1]




References

  1. http://forums.geniimagazine.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=42411
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