When we spell STRAP  backwords,we get

1 traps

2 parts

3 parst

4 spart

Parts

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yes right
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Art is also there and yes, correct.m
S T R A P
Start from a. A then R then T. So art is also on of the
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Parst and spart aren't real words. You can make pat, tap, stars etc.
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what!what!
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