You must do this on four sides in order to make a cross like the "after" picture below. So in the example below, I would first get the red/green block in the correct spot (as shown in the "after" picture) then do the yellow piece, then blue, then white. BEFORE This is how the Rubik's Cube should look when you start this step. THE MOVE
For example aXX and aYY will give the same results. A substitute matches the same letter everywhere. For example XaX matches dad, but not sad. Each substitute matches a unique letter. For example ABC matches age, but not aga. Substitutes don't match letters that have already been written in lowercase. For example eAB will match elk, but not eel.
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How to Use an Anagram Solver in 3 Simple Steps. Step #1: Recognize prefixes and suffixes. Following are common ones: Some prefixes that start words ─ ab, ad, dis, de, ex, re, sub, un. Some suffixes that end words ─ ed, er, ing, ism, ly, ment, ness, tion. Step #2: Pick them out. Step #3: Reorder the letters into new words. Anagramming Example
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