I recently came to an interesting concept called pangram. Pangram is a sentence that uses each letter of the alphabet at least once. A famous example is "Съешь же ещё этих мягких французских булок, да выпей чаю.", which is also used in Windows' fontview.exe.
What I'm seeking for is a specific type of pangram where each letter of the alphabet is included exactly once. Kinda like japanese poem Iroha, but with the restriction to russian language. I made a small web application that lets one verify whether a sentence is a pangram.
Since there are more consonants than vowels and each syllable has to contain exactly one vowel, one has to make sure that each syllable contained as much consonant letters as possible. With the help of some sources I found a few very long syllables such as "ктябрь" and "взбзднуть".
Here I have a prototype of a phrase that has every letter exactly once and makes the whole thing as a pronouncible syllables
"сбзднуть крашиц жлой щя вэп гемф чъю хы"
This shows that it is kind of possible, but unfortunately the sentence above hardly is composed of all-russian-words nor does it make any sense. Is there an example of a sentence that has each letter of the alphabet exactly once?