Nicholas the Italian wrote:jumborex wrote:[...]
- Frase: 5, 7, 1, 7
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© La Settimana Enigmistica
Dbusto Tlibro Mpresa...
Dstatua Tquaderno Mspina...
I should have studied enigmistics, I don't know how rebuses work...
(Seriously, this is the ideal method to stop humans and let only bots in... )
(If you get the answer please let me know.)
Just to complete this (I hope) also amusing topic, I cannot think like the friend Nicholas. The Rebus I've proposed is one of the few for wich I had the permission to publish. What I used in the real thing were much more simple Rebus of course. Not for geniuses, but not for Bots!
This one (if someone is interested in it) has been proposed by Furio Ombri, an Italian Author of enigmatography best known with his nickname Hombre. The solution is L'autore D di T odi; M presa = Lauto raddito d'impresa.
The first part is the development of the phrase, the second part is the solution of the quiz. The person (statue) with the beard is Giosuè Carducci (is written), Nobel Italian Prize for literature, who also wrote Odi Barbare (Barbarian Odes), poems well known in the world and in Italy of course. The first (developing) phrase says: The author D of T Odes; M socket. So you see that only the statue is related with the book, while the socket has no relation and is simply used for the final solution.
Putting together the words with different cut, you obtain the final result that means something totally different: lavish income of a Company (Lauto reddito d'impresa)