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Why Does Inspector Hewitt Use "P" to Symbolize Flavia?
S.W. Gordon S.W. Aug 27, 2013 07:32PM
Why does Inspector Hewitt use the capital letter "P" to symbolize Flavia in his notebook? In my review, I speculate that it could stand for poison, precocious, pain (as in pain in the @$$), protege or pie. In statistics, the p-value is a measure of probability. In TV, "P" means product placement and Mr. Bradley is a retired TV engineer. Anyone else care to chime in?



What characteristics do phosphorus (chemical symbol "P") and Flavia share?

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S.W. Gordon Good call, Julie! Phosphorus comes from the Greek words light-bearer. Flavia is a little detective who sheds light on the mystery. Phosphorus is used ...more
Sep 04, 2013 06:10PM · flag

My guesses would be pain, pest or persistent :)


I thought it was for precocious!


I am with Grinelda - Pest would be my guess.


precocious would be my guess or perceptive or pest.


You guys are good! I didn't even notice that he did that!


I vote P is for Precocious also!


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My money would also be on P for Precocious.


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