Team Has No I but It Has ME
Many coaches and trainers tell players and participants that the word "Team" has no "I" in it and this is true - the letter "i" is not included in this word. When you are playing or working as part of a team, the work and achievements are all part of teamwork. Everyone contributes and everyone achieves, at least, if everyone plays their part!
I Just Realised
But I only just realised today that while team has no "I", it definitely has "A Me" in it. not just "Me" but "A me". Of course, a team is made up of lots of "me"s who all have to learn to work together and contribute to the best of their ability.
Anagrams of Team
The word team has a number of anagrams (words using the same letters). there is MATE (meaning "friend" or "work colleague"), there is MEAT, which can be food or can be used to talk about getting the heart of the matter, or the kernel of truth. There is also META, meaning "above" "at a higher level". And of course TAME. If you allow the use of more than one word, you could also have "AT EM", which may be a very English form meaning "Have At Them", used in the military, then there is MET A, as in "met a mate of mine".
Getting the TEAM together
So, getting to the MEAT of the matter, let's have AT 'EM because it's important to TAME all the MEs to form a META group of MATEs that will eventually make a TEAM!
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