Let the brain twisting commence!
A “phrase” is made up of the first seven letters of the alphabet so that each letter appears exactly once. The “phrase” must contain at least two “words”, which must contain at least two letters. For instance, ABC DE FG and AB CDE FG are distinct “phrases”. How many distinct “phrases” result given the conditions above?
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