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About the the National Festival of Making Community Interest Company. A perfect pangram is a sentence that uses each letter of the alphabet only one time. In English this means that there are can only be 26 letters in the entire sentence. This is a very difficult thing to do, and the only pangrams that work perfectly in English are forced to use abbreviations. For example: Mr. Jock, TV quiz PhD., bags few lynx. When you allow for some letters to be used more than once, it’s possible to come up with many more pangrams in English. The most famous of all is: The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.

About the Team

About the Team

How we work: A perfect pangram is a sentence that uses each letter of the alphabet only one time. In English this means that there are can only be 26 letters in the entire sentence. This is a very difficult thing to do, and the only pangrams that work perfectly in English are forced to use abbreviations. For example: Mr. Jock, TV quiz PhD., bags few lynx.

A perfect pangram is a sentence that uses each letter of the alphabet only one time. In English this means that there are can only be 26 letters in the entire sentence. This is a very difficult thing to do, and the only pangrams that work perfectly in English are forced to use abbreviations. For example: Mr. Jock, TV quiz PhD., bags few lynx.

Leadership Team

Lauren Zawadzki

Festival Director

When you allow for some letters to be used more than once, it’s possible to come up with many more pangrams in English. The most famous of all is: The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.

Elena Jackson

Elena Jackson

Festival Director

When you allow for some letters to be used more than once, it’s possible to come up with many more pangrams in English. The most famous of all is: The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.

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The National Festival Of Making Delivery Team

The National Festival of Making is supported with funding from Arts Council England and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

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