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See the answer words debuted by Barry C. Silk.


84 puzzles by Barry C. Silk

Sat 11/8/2014
EARTHRISEBALSA
BIOWEAPONAMATI
BLOOMBERGSOBER
TETPACTRAPT
IRONTAILGAMMA
DOUSECEREALBOX
ENTERSSOLSAMI
COMBNATS
ORSTOOLLAHORE
BATSIGNALXENON
LYRICYSERBEAM
IGERSNOWIDA
QUARKPOOLROOMS
UNMETPERFECTAS
ESSESGREENTAPE
Nice offering from Barry today, a good example of his "crossword voice." A lot of strong material — EARTHRISE, BIOWEAPON, BLOOMBERG, what a great triplet — along with a smattering of crossword glue, plus a nod to the Phillies. Quintessential Barry Silk.

I'm usually not a fan of themeless layouts featuring seven-letter words, as constructors often fill those slots with neutral entries rather than colorful ones. But look what Barry does today in the NE corner. The triplet of LA BAMBA, STEP MOM, and AIR TAXI is really strong, plus everything around it is solid. He does sacrifice a little in terms of grid flow in order to achieve this, as there are only two entries that can help the solver break into that corner. But when those two entries are super strong ones like CEREAL BOX and GAS TAX, I don't mind as much.

A note on "clue echoes." Repeated clues work really well for me when they refer to completely different things. For example, POOL ROOMS and AILERON both are clued with respect to banking, but that word has wildly disparate meanings in the two clues. For POOL ROOMS, it's talking about banking shots off of rails; for AILERON, it's referring to a plane banking to turn. That sort of creative connection is a huge plus in my book.

I personally don't like clue echoes as much when they're within the exact same wheelhouse. [Searchlight element] for example, clues both XENON and BEAM. Along with (the awesome!) BATSIGNAL also being clued in a similar fashion, this repetition gets a bit tedious for me. Personal taste.

Alternate middle section

There aren't any ugly entries, just minor offenders. It's a shame that the weakest entries — L RON, SOLS, EL AL (SHEB Wooley ... he seemed to reach decent fame during his time, so he seems okay) — are concentrated in one region. L RON might have been something like FRED or FRAN (TAIL becoming NAIF; most of that section changing) but it would have required PICT, the ancient Briton, in the place of PACT (see left). I have a peculiar distaste for partials, but I can see how others would deem L RON as "gettable" and PICT as "too esoteric." As always, subjectivity is such a big part of construction.

A lot of tough but clever clues in this one. For those of you still mystified by [Binder?], think not of a school binder, but a bind-er, as in "something that binds."

Finally, I wish crosswords could evolve faster with respect to new technology. I hadn't looked up the "Earthrise" picture until Barry mentioned it. Super glad he did, because I forgot how breathtaking it is. How cool would it be to have a visual clue, just the picture, similar to Jeopardy? No idea how to do this given the medieval state of the art in crossword programs, but a guy can wish. Seems like this is a huge opportunity for someone enterprising, given the rapid evolution of crosswords.

Sat 7/19/2014
COSMOSAGTELBA
SCHUSSGOALLOUT
HURLERATTITUDE
ALOTWROTEON
RAVIOLIYOUNGER
PRETZELLOOPESA
AMADEUSCRAM
ELISACARGASUP
LARKWARRIOR
AMIFORYOURLOVE
LASSOEDODESSAN
HOTITEMAMID
IMALOSERBEGONE
TALISMANERASER
SPEDEMODINERS
Like Ian Livengood yesterday, Barry Silk is another constructor I admire because of the diversity of his gridwork. As you can see on his constructor page, most of his puzzles are themeless. I enjoy scanning through all his thumbnails, in awe at how many grid patterns he's used. A mark of a real themeless professional, someone who can adjust a grid, even demolish it and start from scratch, to suit the specific needs of whatever seed entries he chooses.

Also like Ian, Barry is a sports fan, Philly sports in particular if I'm not mistaken. I've struggled with a few of his constructions in the past, like SIXERS GAME so it was nice to get answers from a variety of fields today. Some astronomy (COSMOS and CARL SAGAN), pop entertainment (PRETZEL LOOP and FOR YOUR LOVE), zippy phrases (GO TO YOUR ROOM and GO ALL OUT), and yes, even some sports (WILD CARD TEAM and HURLER). As a solver, I almost always enjoy variety in a themeless puzzle, so I thought this mix was well-selected.

Yet again like Ian, Barry's puzzles tend to be wide-open, with an easy flow. Notice how each subsection can be entered with multiple different words? In fact, there isn't a single space that can't be entered by at least three entries. That type of open feel really helps me as a solver, giving me multiple shots on goal to crack into any one region. For instance, that SE corner (and NW, similarly) is the most chunked off of any area, but if you can't figure out any of the answers within that corner, you have FOR YOUR LOVE, ODESSAN, and CARL SAGAN to help you break in. Well thought out. It makes construction more difficult to have such wide open flow, and this solver really appreciates the extra effort.

Finally, in the "nice clue saves a glue entry" department: who knew EL AL had a King David Club? What an interesting piece of trivia. Now if only EL AL would get as big as UNITED or SOUTHWEST and make its common letters more crossworthy…

Sat 5/10/2014
BANJOMCMANSION
OLEICCRAZYBONE
TOWNSDONTPANIC
CHEXCUEDINT
HAREMSHAKMAYA
SEQUELMINER
DSORUNTBONSAI
RAREGASLANTERN
ELATEDWORKASE
ALLESHEBREW
MIESBABEYALTA
LEXHERSPOOR
AMARYLLISZIPPO
NAMEPLATEATEAM
DESMOINESPIZZA
Another appropriately silky creation from Barry. This one eschews the typical separation of corners, instead meshing two sets of triple-stacks in the NE and SW corners. Very hard to do well, as the high constraints make it difficult to get both snappy answers and clean crossings in those locations.

That top stack is loaded with juicy answers; MCMANSION / CRAZY BONE / DONT PANIC. Ah, if only the latter had been clued to "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." I had never read the book until two years ago and thunked myself on the forehead for being so remiss. And I had an initial hitch at CRAZY BONE, waffling on whether to love it or try to force in FUNNY BONE. But it Googles fine.

It's impressive then that Barry got a nice stack running down the right side. ON IN YEARS is a nice one, as is IONIAN SEA. NECTARINE is a bit more bland in my book, but a nice clue related to the color, not the fruit, gave it extra oomph.

Given how nice those six long answers are, it's no surprise that there's a bit of glue needed to hold them together. MCD seems like it should be "a thing" (short for McDonald's?) but as a random Roman numeral, it sticks in my craw a little. Just personal taste. And AZTEK is a fun combination of odd letters, but SHAK feels wonky to me. I suppose there needs to be a way to abbreviate Shakespeare (and maybe this is the uber-common way to do it?) but what an unsightly four letters stuck together. I like the SBA as they do some good work in facilitating loans to entrepreneurs, but I hardly ever like an ASE. So a mix of snazzy stuff with some glue required.

Contrast the SW corner. There's still really nice stuff in there, DREAMLAND being excellent, but there's nothing that jumped out to me as a marquee answer in that corner. It is really nice to have only a DSO and MIES holding it all together. So not quite as snazzy, but not a lot of junk either.

A really nice feature of this grid arrangement is that it allows the NW and SE corners to be more isolated than usual, and Barry does a bang-up job in both. Love the JINXES and PIZZA and ZIPPO Scrabbly letters, all done without making it all feel forced.

Figuring out Saturday puzzle clues is getting to be my favorite part of crosswords, and the clue for BONSAI didn't disappoint. It is a small job indeed — not a job that will take a small amount of time, but a small work of art. And seeing then MONKEY as a wacky 1960's dance, that adds a lot of spice. Finally, I really liked the Ruy LOPEZ clue. For years I've been fascinated by chess terminology, and there's something awesome about hearing this lingo. I didn't actually know the Ruy Lopez opening, but seeing this made me go look it up.

Now to think of what the Chen Crossword Maneuver should be...

Sat 3/29/2014
CORNCOBPIPETAM
ONACAROUSELALE
RANANERRANDKTS
GIGADRONEBEES
IREAWEAREAR
STARDOMTINS
SPHINXLIKEAMAH
YOUDOICEORATE
NODEINTEGRATED
ELSATEACOZY
TORTEHBOSUB
SANMARINOCASE
EBBDANUBERIVER
ALAANCIENTROME
UEYSTATESECRET
Strong showing by themeless specialist Barry Silk. Today he utilizes a tough set of triple-stacked 11's, much more difficult to execute cleanly than triple stacked 8's or 9's (the more common choice in themelesses). Barry also does something unusual in that he breaks up his SW and NE stacks with a black square, resulting in double-stacked 9's instead of triple-stacks. I love it when a themeless constructor plays with grid shapes, so it was really fun for me to study this one.

And upon closer inspection, I really like how Barry has incorporated SIDEARM into the SW corner, and crosses the whole shebang with my favorite entry, SPHINX-LIKE. Now that's some good stuff. I might have preferred a harder clue for SIDEARM — what else could [Like some pitches] be besides OVERARM and UNDERARM? On the other hand, I appreciate seeing a constructor's preferences and tendencies in a grid, so it was neat to get an echo of Barry's proclivity toward baseball.

Although KTS feels like an inelegant abbreviation (chess players might likely disagree), I really liked the clue echo of [They often land next to queens] for two entries right next to each other. Very nice stuff, especially considering "queen" meant two completely different things.

One hitch I had on this puzzle was the handful of short "glue" entries like AMAH, AREAR, CIRC, RTE, ATNO. It's not a huge quantity, but because it's difficult to come up with mind-blowing clues for these shorties, they're often the first things I enter into the grid, thus giving me an impression that there are more than there really are. I can see Stan Newman's viewpoint in his Saturday Stumpers, not allowing certain short answers he considers "not Stumperable." I might put AMAH in that list, in that it's almost a gimme once you do enough crosswords. There aren't that many ways to clue "Eastern nurse."

Finally, my favorite Saturday-hard wordplay clue has to be the one for ALTERNATE. In itself, ALTERNATE is a pretty average answer, but [Every second] is brilliant. For some people, it might be too cute for its own good, but I loved how it messed with my mind. It wasn't "every second" as in "every second counts," but as in "every other one." Really neat how it forced me to think about a common phrase in a completely different way.

Fri 1/3/2014
PETITFOURYAWPS
IRONHORSEENIAC
DONNAREEDSEPIA
GIGSEGRETWENT
ICUWVAEWEOFT
NAEYENMIXTURE
ACROSTPETER
MOTHSTENSE
GANNETTBEDS
NICOLAIERIBAH
ONOMMMAVARAY
CRUZPENNECAFE
CORESLIBRARIAN
HASTYANASTASIA
IDEALGOGETTERS
Another fun solve from two of the themeless masters. This one played extremely hard for me, more like a Saturday, given the opaque cluing. A real brain-buster of a workout. I think it's more typical to see WYCH ELM and NICOLAI Ghiaurov on a Saturday, as they're both difficult pieces of trivia.

I really enjoy misdirectional or wordplay type cluing, so FOREVER STAMP was both my favorite entry and clue in the puzzle. It had me thinking about public utilities, then apartment rent caps, and the real answer took forever to make itself known. Great stuff.

Being on the TWITTERVERSE (follow me at @JeffChenWrites if you don't mind inappropriate/insane/inane observations) I loved the entry, but it would have been great to get a less direct clue. (Perhaps TWITTERVERSE isn't well-known amongst different generations to do that, though.) And it's a pretty cool feat to have EXPEDIA right next door, as well as an up-to-date clue for SEPIA involving Instagram. I liked the modern vibe.

Finally, I've been thinking more and more about Ian Livengood's comment regarding seeding a themeless with tiny words (three and four letter entries) that have easy letter patterns, and seeing what you can get for the long entries after that. I really enjoyed today's puzzle, but as a constructor, it's difficult to overlook entries like ERI, OFT, SYL, THA, NAE. Tyler Hinman, a former ACPT champ and excellent constructor, has said there's no such thing as an excellent themeless with a few ugly entries. I wouldn't quite go that far, but I think he has a point. Anyway, just one guy's musings. Enjoyable Friday.

Sat 10/26/2013
PIZZACRUSTBLAB
ARIONASSISFORA
CIPHERTEXTFORT
ASSAMDARKKIT
NOGOMANCAVE
PSANOONPELTER
HOCKEYMOMWETLY
OLENAPLUSAHAB
NATALHOTPOTATO
ERICASSECTTEX
BACKLITDATA
ORAANONOLDIE
ORCABROODMARES
TAILITALIANART
HYDENAMESNAMES
Barry Silk is one of the most published themeless constructors in the Shortz era, and there's a reason for that: he consistently delivers challenging puzzles containing a mixture of fun answers and good trivia from a wide range of areas. His name always brings a combination of excitement and nerves tingling through my fingers, as I know I'm going to get a tough but fair solve.

Some great stuff in today's puzzle, headlined by a clue/answer pair I found immensely challenging but providing one of the best aha moments I've had in a while: PHONE BOOTH clued by "DC transformation location". What a perfect example of a misdirectional clue! It took me forever to change my mindset (thinking about DC politics) even after ??????OOTH was in place, and I beamed when I realized the clue referred to DC Comics and Superman's preferred choice of changing room. Perfect late-week clue, in my mind. I also really liked the clue for HOCKEY MOM and CLEAT. Great stuff.

I had an interesting conversation with Frank Longo, who helps Will with fact-checking and general proofing. Although there is no hard and fast rule about duplicating a word from an answer inside another clue, the BATTERY BOX and "Penalty box..." clue at 47D made me pause. Apparently Frank and Will had a discussion about that, but ultimately decided anything but "penalty box" was too oblique to use in cluing (unfair to non-hockey fans). And since "box" is a short word, the dupe was passable. I think they made a good decision, especially since as a non-hockey fan, I was mystified by SIN BIN.

Each of the four corners contains a triple-stack of 10's, with good results. Each corner has its pluses and its minuses, for example, the SW has the beautiful PHONE BOOTH and SOLAR ARRAY but with OLEN and ERICAS in the way. The NE corner is relatively clean, save FORA, but ARRIVE LATE feels like a less elegant form of FASHIONABLY LATE, and I wasn't totally sure what a BATTERY BOX was. Each corner is very reasonable though. All over, we see example upon example of the quintessential constructor's dilemma: what trade-offs are worth it in order to work in great entries?

Nice Saturday challenge with some fantastic entries and clues.

Fri 8/2/2013
KIDNEYBEANLATE
ANYONEELSEERIS
TRENCHCOATGENT
ZEDAIRFRANCE
LULUULULATE
SHIITESLIST
WARGAMEEXTENDS
UHOHNCAA
MANTRASBRADAWL
SUVAREVERSE
SEVENAMUBER
PLECTRUMSGWB
LEGOIRAQIDINAR
IVANCAYUGALAKE
TENDEISENHOWER
Sat 6/1/2013
CREEPSHOWOXBOW
HURRICANELARGE
OPENLANESINALL
RECANDIEVADED
DETESTEDXED
OPTLASCRUCES
BURIEDSTEOLE
UNSCREWUPRIGHT
RTEMABTETRIS
BOTTLECAPTEA
VIANEARMISS
POLLENDEMOLEI
AREASBIKINIWAX
LEANTATANYRATE
MONDOSOTOMAYOR
Sat 3/9/2013
NICOLASCAGEBAH
ADOBEREADERALE
WARRENZEVONUTA
RAISASISSYBAR
PELEZEALALIT
BYRNEMRPEEPERS
JOEMATMALA
SUDSESVETOES
PRIGYENNTH
DAIRYFARMASTRA
ALFALOAMCHUM
SPITTOONOBOES
HEMWOODFURNACE
ERAINTERRACIAL
STYGASLANTERNS
Sat 3/2/2013
OLDGEEZERKAPPA
RARINTOGOALOAD
CHILDHOODZEPPO
ARPTIPSSOCCER
POOLFLOURN
ABLEPADDYBLT
IRONMINERPETIT
DONTMAKEMELAUGH
AWGEETREASURER
NILPOEMSTERO
OSSCANOTIS
MULDERDRATDWI
AGARSPOISONOAK
HANNATRAILBIKE
ARDORSALADATEA
Fri 2/8/2013
AZIMUTHDESPISE
NOMINEEETHANOL
TOPLINEWRONGLY
MEETTHEBEATLES
EZRAHALETHEME
COIGNWKRPESNE
HOLEUPERROR
OMSKEWYEPMRI
HEARTZAGREB
IMREKERRLAPSE
MOOLASEATLEOX
ALMIGHTYDOLLAR
BIAXIALALIENTO
UNNERVEREROUTE
MEASLESSTENTOR
Sat 1/5/2013
MAKEPEACEADENI
ALEXANDRATRYON
HAPPYDAYSEJECT
ANTISPERISHE
LIARPATBENATAR
OSTELLOYDLANI
LODZDELCO
WOODYWOODPECKER
ISSUEORAL
NOMEAFLATAPBS
CLOSEQUOTENEET
HESWINGADLAI
EMILEGIRLGROUP
LINERUSHERETTE
LOGOSSTOWAWAYS
Sat 12/8/2012
GSHARPCASTIRON
ECOCARALPACINO
ORTEGATIELINES
RAHENHANCEGPA
GMENKALESNEIL
OJAYSNOSVERNE
HEDGEHOGFEW
MTSINAIFALSEST
ADJSEQUENCE
ICONSVELMUTER
MOLTKEVINMINA
BCDANNEXESCAW
ICEQUEENELMIRA
BYSTREETDARNIT
EXTRADRYSPIGOT
Fri 11/9/2012
OSMONDSMASHHIT
BOATERHASHEESH
ICICLEOUTEREAR
TINLADENPODIA
PAMSMESASNEAL
ALEUTATLASDHL
GINGERROUTE
EQUATORIALPLANE
ROMANTASSEL
CRUNEIGHTOPOL
ROVEONCUELILI
ATUNECABALRIP
BALDSPOTROGETS
BRAINIACLOATHE
EYETEETHEMBOSS
Sat 10/13/2012
BUBBLEUPOFFSET
OPERETTADROPIT
STARSHIPDINERO
HOURACESADREP
SNAREDRUM
CAPOTEBAAEDIT
FLEERSANTAORR
LENNONMCCARTNEY
ARAHOOKEPEONS
TOLDDOWSECRET
THESTROLL
BRYANHIFIDITZ
RUBRICTANZANIA
ALOMAREGGINGON
TEXACORESTEASY
Fri 9/21/2012
AMCSFLAWIONIA
BAINAUDISAUDI
NOVADRUGCARTEL
ERIKEELGRASSES
RICEDALEC
PRELATESJEEZ
PRISONERSOGLE
DRIVINGOILHOLE
RODEGOGODANCE
EWERBROMANCE
BAASDUNCE
ITSALLGOODSTOA
CANTALOUPEARTS
EXITSATIECITE
TITUSTHEMKCAL
Sat 6/16/2012
ORGANSSOCIALIQ
NAUSEAEDITMENU
RUNSONTERIYAKI
ACCENTROCSDMZ
MOATAMANAMOAN
PUSSYCATSZORRO
SSEERIEKOPEKS
ELULCANE
SCHULZMONKLSD
CHARSBABYSPICE
HALOLETBEOTIC
ITTJEDIWASHER
SEEPEDINELAINE
MARITIMESEDUCE
SUSPENSETEAMED
Fri 5/4/2012
SMEWJAWSOFLIFE
IATEEARLYRISER
XKESWHIRLYBIRD
EERMEETPENNA
RUNWILDMEAL
SPIELSBARNSEP
GETITTEXASSTAR
AXILAEGISPASO
MAELSTROMCANTS
EMSTORTDRYMOP
SUZYMEASURE
BREADMOABSAC
RUBBERSOULTINT
ODERNEISSERAGU
WINETASTERALES
Sat 4/21/2012
SQUABBLELAREDO
AUNTIEEMELOPED
NAKEDASAJAYBIRD
DYNASTNUNNSIS
ALOTBEASTPOSH
LETWANTTOIDIO
NACRESALEVE
MAZURKAATLASES
IDAREPRYOFF
SENSSTAIRSDUN
SNEEQUINTSUPE
TAGBURNUPENDS
AURORAEBOREALIS
REEKEDOVERTAKE
TRYSTSWIDEOPEN
Sat 3/24/2012
HOTPASTRAMIANE
ISAACASIMOVBOX
PETSEMATARYPIC
SSETOREARIOSI
BASSSYOSSET
SONATADOESTIME
ADELESAREETAM
LEWDBEZELMIKE
ARFRACERRAVEN
DNATESTSDESERT
GENESESWETS
RIGSUPSHAYFAR
ESLMASTERPIECE
ESEETHELMERMAN
NEDSHOWMESTATE
Sat 2/25/2012
MOBSFIVESATINS
ONEOALITTLEBIT
STENKOSHERDELI
THRICEAEROXER
WEBCASTRISE
AMOEBOIDCENSOR
NOTSUMOSNOTCH
TNTSTOWEDLOCI
EELEDRELOSLAN
DYELOTLEGALESE
FLOPSTDENIS
OHOOREOIROBOT
MINDREADERNANO
AREWEALONEISAN
REGISTEREDDELE
Fri 2/10/2012
SHAMEDCHIMERA
WECARESHADOWED
ALEGARCAROTENE
POLITICALDNA
STACGINKGOAMS
BLUNTSTSLOT
STBEDEYULPLOY
TOTALUPPOTHOLE
OWENREFAKITAS
LEASTPLANON
ELMRESOLEXTRA
JACQUARDLOOM
PARAMOURCOINOP
FAIRPLAYALKANE
CROSSEDREELED
Sat 1/28/2012
LUMPHASHBROWNS
UNESSQUAREROOT
GDAYTALKEDINTO
GULCHBLEWETAL
ALPHARAYINDIE
GALOSHPISTOLS
ETAPOPSICLE
ENSNOTCHDIS
ENDORSESTAS
CRUCIALCESSNA
LOGONBIKEPATH
OMANPEARPODIA
SANDBARRELNEAR
ENDEARMENTGAGA
ROADGRADERELON
Fri 12/16/2011
SWEDISHPANACEA
CONESTOGAWAGONS
ONSPEAKINGTERMS
ROUTEKNEELVII
CUESEAGLEJETS
HTSCRIESPETIT
RANDRCASTES
STUDIOCHUTES
SARTRECOALS
TNOTEPATIOWAX
AMOYPINONDATE
YAPAHEAPCOLOR
STELLARPARALLAX
AEROBICEXERCISE
TOSPAREIQTESTS
Sat 11/12/2011
JSBACHACTOFWAR
ALEGRELOISLANE
WIENERVONSYDOW
STREAMLINEWIDE
STAINSBESET
IRAOJODUI
CONCRETEJUNGLE
ETTUSTEAKHAVE
CAPITALBELTWAY
HAYBOANNE
APRONBIAFRA
SHELLIPREADERS
SAIDNOTOAMANAS
ASNEEDEDRINGIN
DEARSIRSLEARNS
Sat 10/29/2011
WIFIHOTSPOTPBS
ACTSONESAGEIRA
ROMANCANDLEGAL
NNEGUMENDSIT
ICANEUROAIOLI
NUDESPAGORULE
GREWUPMRKOTTER
BEEFJERKY
SHOETREEAIRIER
TYRAEMTSEARLY
EDITSASCHTONE
PRESTORODNOB
HONILTROVATORE
EXTPARADEROUTE
NYSENEWSLETTER
Fri 8/5/2011
FORTMCHENRYDEC
IDAHOPOTATOELL
NOTELLMOTELCEO
ARFDUESKULKS
LOISSEWSSPATE
SUNNYCRAGTIRO
SKOALIAMWOMAN
WRISTBAND
ANECDOTENEAPS
PIERNATOTTOPS
PCLABNOHOERLE
LESBOSOLETIN
AOKSOUTHAFRICA
UNICASEOFFICER
DENORALHISTORY
Sat 6/25/2011
EASELAGERAFTA
DUHSEXAMSNOOR
IROCDOUBTTRIM
COWABUNGAPIELS
TRIPUPUNPEGGED
SANERWIKIQUOTE
SLAINQUANTA
RUBERGDUOEEL
ENLISTFRETS
CHISQUAREWICCA
RESOURCECALLOW
EATMETEXARKANA
ATEEINBEDHUCK
TERRNOIREADUE
EDYSQWESTTERN
Sat 5/21/2011
MANEDEPALBINO
XBOXLIVEMILDEW
COQAUVININALIE
VULCANMINDMELD
MEETCAPOTE
AWSSEENOPST
RATIONSDIGRAPH
ITISSOBOOTIE
LEOPOLDMINISKI
URNEVADEYES
DUPLEXACHT
SQUIRRELBAFFLE
AUSTINCANARIES
MISTEDREADONLY
STROLLORTSESS
Tue 4/12/2011
MAJRCRUMBGOBS
AMAERESTUOVUM
ROMSALPARADISE
KIEVDISLIONEL
SAILSMIDWEST
MYBLUEHEAVEN
AVOIDXKESSSE
LENDPLIESLUTZ
LSDILESDEBAR
MOUNTNIRVANA
PATENTSONSET
ANEMIAMITLOFT
BARBARAEDENMAE
SIRECARERSIQS
TSARHAVANACST
Wed 2/23/2011
AGASPHATABHOR
LOTTOIWOROONE
ETTASLONFAMED
CHANTILLYLACE
SICTOESIRIAN
CHAINLINKFENCE
UMAMOELONE
RANGELOWLINED
ISEEOOFKEA
CHURCHOFFRANCE
HERAOKLOSAXL
OUTSIDECHANCE
MASTSNIXLADEN
BLINITKOARLEN
ASSETOERWEEDY
Sat 1/15/2011
RESTSPAWSDOIT
ESQUEECOMMERCE
SPURTLIKEICARE
NETTLEDANACIN
AZALEABRIDLES
COLERIDGESEEDY
ENOSDAMASKS
DENWUPATKIGSA
HAPPILYBOIL
SITONELECTRODE
CLUSTERAMIDES
AORTAEADMITIT
LINEDRIVENIDRE
PLUSSIZESUSEIT
SOPSEEOCSHAPE
Fri 11/12/2010
SURFERGIRLOCTS
OREOCOOKIEHOWE
SAFETYBELTMAIN
ALTCUTESTTNT
CRESTDASHER
SLASHTEXARKANA
TOLTECSINGING
EVEOARICEGIN
EXISTEDETHENE
SPARTACUSEARED
CONTACSTADT
YTDTOMTOMREF
TIERMYPLEASURE
HORABRAINCHILD
ENIDSANDSTONES
Sat 10/30/2010
CHIPPEWAPALATE
REQUIRESOBERON
ISUPPOSEORATES
STOPSEXTRAFINE
COTYARUBASCAM
ONELAPATTSLIB
OTOOLETCELL
BRAVESTSTRASSE
JUDEATSTRAP
TSATROIOWESTO
HTMLEILATCHOW
OBSESSIVEBORON
MEANTOESCAROLE
ALLIEDRODLAVER
STENTSSPIELERS
Sat 10/2/2010
SSTSLEMONTART
PEEPCALIFORNIA
RANIADULTSONLY
INDEBTEDUTIL
GOOGLESEARCH
CLEARRAHGMT
BALLSMARIAEAU
USATRADINGTIM
DERFOXEDEGADS
SYSUNIANARM
PRIMALSCREAM
WARNCAPYBARA
THREADBAREADIT
HAILCAESARGOAT
OMELETTESENNE
Sat 8/21/2010
OPTICALUNQUOTE
FARGONEPUTTOUT
FREEZINGDRIZZLE
BASTESRASPISR
ASPINTOTEJEAN
SKATTRUEVERNE
EISHUACYES
SEARCHPARTY
DINORLYMOW
ORDERSMEECANI
JEERPLAYCASED
ISHAUERNONUSE
BCOMPLEXVITAMIN
WARMESTINADAZE
ANNEXESMENACED
Sat 7/31/2010
PIZZABOXDOOWOP
ANAEROBEALBINO
PANDERERRAINES
EPISOSORRYDST
REELESAICCUP
STRAPSINNIAGO
BASESTJAVAN
PATENTSETAGERE
AMULESEDONA
RAZEMAPGETSET
ARIDOYEREERO
FIGDRSEUSSPOP
FLOWERIMEANTIT
ILOILOSOLSTICE
NOTNEWTRASHCAN
Tue 6/22/2010
LIPLASSIEZEDS
AKAELAINEOTOE
MEWTOWNCOUNCIL
BANDITOSMEHTA
TENOFSFPD
SHIPOFFOOLSPCS
MACONRBIPHAT
ARKSGHOSTAIRE
SKEELOUOILER
HSTBUSTERBROWN
JUTEMOVES
ASHESSIDEDOOR
STORYTELLERPDA
KERRSTAINSHIP
SWAYPEYOTEYET
Fri 5/14/2010
CUBEFARMAGHAST
ONENIGHTBEAVER
ASHTRAYSBIKINI
SHARERSROSEATE
TOVAHFATHERED
DEPARTEDAMINO
STOOLIESECU
COGTUTORSET
ANYDICTATOR
SCREEHIDESOUT
HEATLAMPMOPED
SOTHERETROTTER
AVIATEMAINLINE
LEONESACADEMES
ERNESTHOLSTERS
Sat 3/6/2010
IDEAMENLASSIES
BUFFALOBILLCODY
ENGAGEMENTRINGS
GEHRIGLEOSEEC
CASTROOSSO
ODOMNEWSNOW
TEXASTEAAGNATE
ILENEPYMRILEY
CINEMABEGENTLE
TILLAGEGOLD
ALPSLANATE
BIOSHODILLEST
INITIATIONRITES
DENALISTATEPARK
ENTITLETOYOTAS
Fri 10/23/2009
TOPHATSJIGSAW
EUROPOPALTOONA
STINTERZOOLOGY
TONERANTATLI
PFCBRYCECANYON
ADELECOKED
PATELLASDUARTE
ETONIANHALTERS
RENDERPARAKEET
VROOMTAXER
VALLEYFORGEARA
OSAYARALAMIN
WYSIWYGDEALING
ELENOREINRANGE
LARGOSONENESS
Sat 9/12/2009
BOXTURTLEEVILS
APRILFOOLIONIA
STAREDOWNGIVER
ESTEEHIGHROAD
STESBRANDTIWO
TODCOINOPMCAN
SCRAGGEEKY
AIRQUALITYINDEX
CRIMPNIELS
RAVIHUGESTNBA
ONENONFATFELL
SIRNOSIRFREAK
TAROTTUMBLEDRY
INANEAIRCOOLED
CSTARSTEEPNESS
Fri 8/14/2009
CRAIGSLISTSAGS
MAGNACARTACURT
ORANGEPEELONEA
NERONASMATTER
CATTCUTTING
AFTERSRADIOERA
DRANKMERITMIZ
AUSTVEDICWAVE
MITPCLABTIMER
STEWARDSMUSERS
ASSORTSROTH
PAGODAPARLACE
PLODPRIZEFIGHT
LAOSEATONESHAT
EDDYSHARONTATE
Fri 7/17/2009
FAIRSHAKEPEENS
ALMAMATERARIEL
CORPULENTLASER
TEESLATERISERS
JESUONEND
COMEECRUSHOP
LOUVERKEGSOWE
SLIPPERYWHENWET
ADJSPECSTEELE
THATOTOSBURL
ABOATLILY
BROWNSTONEBOHO
ABACKINEEDANAP
LORALTEAKETTLE
DRDREOLDSCHOOL
Sun 6/28/2009SECRET INGREDIENTS
SCYTHEBEDLAMLORDJIM
TEARATATEASEOVERAWE
ADMIRALNELSONSOLOMON
TEAALOGTENUREWEND
INHISNOHOATHENS
COARSEGRAINEDWOODAGE
KENADOREEMAMMAL
LAMRUDEREMAGEMAILS
ARAGFALLENANGELNCAA
PANAMYIELDMYNAH
PLAZASAMSSPECSTEIN
GETUPTEASEWENDY
EMILPAYTHEPIPEREELS
GUNLAWARONSODOIRYE
ANGELAWALESAART
DIEPRINCETONSEMINARY
DOODLEMOABSTLEO
ITISDRAWEECASHLID
MATTHAUTIMOTHYQMOUSE
AMOEBICTEENIEMENDEL
CORRODEUNRESTINTERS
Sat 6/13/2009
PEACHBOWLMAIMS
LITHUANIAALLAH
ALDERTREEGALLO
SEAMCANINTER
MEWKHMERCARAT
ANNANPROFSELF
YEPSHAQATO
MAGNETICEQUATOR
APOSUCHSAD
NEVLIONSRAMBO
ARENANIECEERR
STROPTAOHAAG
SUNUPEZIOPINZA
AROSERECESSION
SERERALERTNESS
Wed 4/29/2009
NINEOLANPASSE
ONORTINEEMPTY
LAMATONESMITE
ETASONUSTORE
SINEWLOGIRA
SESSILENAPSTER
SORELATEST
STANDARDWORKDAY
PERIODSORT
ISTHMUSPEEVISH
NTHPCBDOLCE
FORTORBSILEX
CLUERFOREDINO
OESTEFIREONES
SWEDESLRSFIVE
Fri 4/24/2009
TAGGEDZIMBABWE
SQUATSONEALARM
QUAINTONTHELAM
UINTAOLIOSTIE
ALASECONOWITT
RICGREGGYACHT
ENOLAGAYWOK
SESSIONBIGEARS
ALTSUSANDEY
JETTYHTTPSRPM
ORESWARTYLEAP
YONNOVAEMANIA
FINDAWAYTENANT
UCIRVINEWEALTH
LASTYEARPRISSY
Sat 3/14/2009
JFKPLAZATAXTIP
ELICITORIMGONE
RATTLINGOPAQUE
USCALKYDSMUIR
SHADTELEBEETS
AFROSDEVILS
LISLESSORECFL
EROTICANIAGARA
MENSAVESCOPES
IMDONEHESSE
SWANSIDLYRUHR
HALFPREPAYLED
AXILLAMAHARANI
REFUELISOLATES
DREXELCOOLJERK
Sun 2/22/2009THE CRUCIVERBALIST
BOREEFFSSIDEPEPUP
OVENBELAHONEYAMASS
MELGIBSONOTTERYPRES
BRAINSTORMTHEMEIDEAS
EDINARENTERSCIR
RODENTMOURNCOROLLA
DEVELOPBESTENTRIES
NBASCIILSNOR
YOYOSRNAOVINEPEEVE
CONSTRUCTSUITABLEGRID
HERESTEEERA
RESEARCHANDWRITECLUES
ISLAMRATSOSPAHEAVY
NSAMAROXOWAD
SENDPUZZLETOEDITOR
EXTREMEOSAMASOURED
WPMWASHERSMNEME
SEEBYLINEINNEWSPAPER
JELLOARENTEARTHWORM
CABBYMERCISLAYASIA
TRAYSESSETYPEYELL
Thu 1/29/2009
IZEOUTWITMACS
OWNIPHONEYVES
LEGALPROFESSION
AIRSPEEDIPASS
OARSGIZA
BANISHBYDECREE
GALENOREEAVE
URITAPROOMZAK
ROBSROEIPODS
UNITOFPRESSURE
APSELETT
ICAMEAMARILLO
MUSICALNOTATION
AKINPATROLMME
XENATWEENSBAR
Fri 1/23/2009
ALABAMAGRISHAM
MOLOTOVRENAULT
THEAFRICANQUEEN
OARSSAIDAEYES
ONTRETAILER
SECEDESKIMP
ALONSOINHORROR
WOREDIRTYAERO
NAZARENEPAUSED
SMOKEACCENT
TOPSTORYFAO
AMAHANOUTAARP
MAGICCARPETRIDE
FLEECEREXALTED
MISFIRESTJOHNS
Thu 12/4/2008
SSWAHEAPSALUT
AQIDUTCHIRISH
DUNDECKOFFICER
DEEPLYNETZERO
ELBEVIEWSNIB
SCALLIONSDS
THROATLOZENGE
SIEGENYO
AIRMAILLETTER
ISMMISSHAPE
MBADIMAGAKIM
BATCAVECOMETO
AREACODEMAPOAR
CRUSHILOSEUPS
KOREACLEARTHE
Sat 11/29/2008
LITMUSTESTARPS
OCEANLINERBEAT
CONSCIENCEDECO
INTERPRETSIXER
ROOSARCASM
MANSNAPROAMED
AMESSRIOTTITO
DICEDIZZYONTO
ATTNRAZZGREER
GOATEEAYERDRS
ABRIDGENIC
SLIMYMINESHAFT
CANEACCESSIBLE
AMENBEERCOOLER
RESTSELDOMSEEN
Fri 9/26/2008
ATAVISMITSOPEN
NOBELPEACEPRIZE
CIAHEADQUARTERS
ELBEWIIPEERAT
MENAHAAG
BAKERSWARDANCE
ASONESERTOHS
STATIONARYORBIT
TILVARYWAIVE
ENABLERSGENDER
RARETADS
HEROICSINHEED
AMANCALLEDHORSE
PIZZAMARGHERITA
STEELEDSIXTEEN
Sat 9/6/2008
WHIZKIDMAJESTY
HOMEICEARAPAHO
INDEXERGEMINIS
RKOXRAYLABTSE
LANGSNAILHAIM
STERNGREQUASI
OOHEDDARNIT
QUACKEDCUTRATE
UNVEILALMAY
AZERAOVIRUFFS
AIRYPOEMSPLOW
LPSTOCCATAEME
UPEARLYXEROXED
DETROITEVILONE
EDOMITEDESERTS
Fri 8/15/2008
BRASSSTSPLEA
EARTHQUAKEALARM
AREYOUDOINGOKAY
KEAPEASCADETS
OWENYAZ
AVALONHEREGOES
RISERKITTACNE
EXPONENTIALRATE
NEILTAMSAILEY
ONCEMOREANSARA
UNSRUTH
MTFUJISOREHAI
CIAHEADQUARTERS
ATTORNEYGENERAL
NOSHODESABLE
Sat 7/26/2008
MRWIZARDIQTEST
THERENOWSWEATY
SEAEAGLEHEATUP
IBNLILLESLIME
NOELOILLITTBS
AKRONNOESMULE
ISSUEGNATAPET
IBMSNOSH
BBQSITGOOASIS
MOUENOORBLUNT
ONEOXNARDORSK
VANNAELIASRPI
INTOTOIGNOREIT
EZINESEBERHART
SANESTSYSTOLES
Sun 7/20/2008ACROSS THE BOARD
SAIDSOLAMBDAPRUDES
ACCEPTRAWDEALREPENT
GUYFAWKESNIGHTONSITE
ARAILGLOOMMIR
ROCKYMOUNTAINBIGHORN
JAPESLAURATSETSES
UTEOSCARSSAILS
SIRANTHONYHOPKINSMOB
TOETOTOEBLINGDAME
MNOPSPOORBOXER
PROFESSIONALWRESTLING
RIVETSMEWSDUEL
EPEEDOONELIMAOHIO
ZENPUBLISHINGCOMPANY
BRAVAATESTSITE
STYRENEPASHASAFER
QUARTERMASTERGENERAL
URNETATSALONE
INKINDCHINESEMUSTARD
REEDEDROSEOILSOONYI
TREATYOSTENDERODED
Fri 7/11/2008
ATMCARDBAKLAVA
REGALIAENCODER
CAMPINGDNATEST
APLOTGMAILPTL
DOINSEIZEATIE
ITOMERTZEMAGS
ASNEATELEVATES
AROWEVEN
LBJRANCHIRAQIS
ADULTFORTYUMP
PAGECIRCARIPA
LLBBLEARHEXER
ATABOILUNICODE
CONTENDMINUTES
ENDURESBEDREST
Tue 6/24/2008
WARNIDIOAMATI
ETATWOMBGABON
BATHTOWELORBIT
TRECURTAINCALL
VISIBLYDII
CYDAMAZEDAT
BESOAMOREAPE
BLANKEXPRESSION
QEDEMILEESPN
SERENELYPAM
ATEPETITES
PICTURESHOWULT
ADHOCGUNPOWDER
ANOUKGEOLAONE
ROOTYORMEDRAW
Tue 6/10/2008
MVPWAITSONSPA
OOHALTOONAQED
OTOROCOCOSTYLE
DEEDNHLTIDES
BAEZITAL
DELMONICOSTEAK
MOSESOSAGEXKE
OWNSTRANSSPIN
ESOTADASPLATO
NEWMEXICOSTATE
ERICUSSR
ENIACJABHICK
HIDDENCOSTSARI
UKELOOSELYTAN
DEASTPETEREGG
Fri 5/2/2008
SPACERACEAGASP
MANHATTANLAYLA
OVERSEERSDECON
REMITSTUTELAGE
EROSETOERRRAL
RHONDACANI
CBSNEWSCRIMES
SHAKERSSHERBET
EELERSUSEDCAR
CEDEHENNAS
TZESERBSQUITO
IWANTYOUGUNMAN
OHGEEDRAWALINE
NILLAENTEREDIN
SZELLSTONEDEAD
Fri 3/28/2008
ACQUIRESMALLER
TOURNEYWEBSITE
TMOBILEATLANTA
HENSOFTPRETZEL
ESSASUMMER
SLEDSLEEMOWS
CATHAYNEEDANAP
ETHENESTHERETO
NEUROSISSWIPER
ERTEXESSNERT
WETRAGORBS
SOUTHPHILLYCOW
THREEPMSEEHERE
ROSALIAANTENNA
SHARPENSNIFTER
Sat 2/23/2008
FATBACKNETFLIX
AREAMAPANALOGY
SOLDERSREMOVAL
ONELEGSISREVE
AROMASHAREM
ATTNPACDEL
ROADWARRIORJAM
CONSENTINGADULT
HTSSTALACTITES
XESEWAREST
QATARIGETIT
ULANPRECARTEL
AVIATORSHMOOZE
KILDARESESAMES
ENSUINGERODERS
Wed 1/16/2008
WADESAFROABBA
ADOBEZEESTEAS
DERATTALCLASH
MYSTERYALASKA
PARAECROSTER
IGOTITSOILSTP
PROBLEMCHILD
SAMSIONALIT
PUZZLEPALACE
IMANEEDARISEN
FAROUTSTRTDS
ENIGMAMACHINE
VIOLPAREVEXED
ELSESTANAVISO
RAIDISLELETON
Sat 12/8/2007
CAMPANELLAZOOS
UNAIDEDEYEIMUP
TASKMASTERNATL
LGSSLOTSBELLI
ERAONEMUSLIN
RAGLANRCASENT
SMEAREBONYEYES
PETSOUNDS
WINDOWSXPATTIC
ISOLIEFMYHERO
RAMJETOLASON
EDITSBRUITTNT
TONIFAMILYNAME
ARALUSAGENOTES
PELERETIREMENT
Fri 11/2/2007
FATSWALLERWEBS
IGETAROUNDAQUA
RENONEVADALUST
ELOPEENLSLILI
FINSBIDEFAR
ONEDYNASTJANE
XEROXESSILEXES
WINLOS
ZILLIONATATIME
HMOSWEEDEDNON
IESPRODLUNG
VATSSTEPSITKA
ANATAUCTIONEER
GIRLINTERFERED
OTTODESERTROSE
Sat 10/13/2007
TFORMATIONPROS
REPUGNANCERAIN
AMENTOTHATOGLE
NINESTINTMOLE
SNAEBAYQUIZ
FIRSGRIDBUTTE
ANETASTAIRE
TEAACTPREVIN
GUESSSONICO
JUDGECAWSSTET
ERIEGAYEADA
TSARUNHATAMOK
LULLINITIATIVE
ALOEDETERMINER
GAGEODOREATERS
Fri 9/7/2007
STOPSINQUIVIVE
HOPINTOUNMORAL
IREPEATACUTELY
ANNEEAFRSELES
TOSSBRUTEDARE
SUEFRIZZLENIE
UTAHJAZZELUDES
MONEYBAGS
RECORDMENISCUS
EPADECAGONRKO
NILEDOTERBARN
ETONSAHNCONAN
GORETEXTWINKIE
EMIRATELARGENT
DECOYEDENCODES
Fri 7/20/2007
ABOVEZEROSEALS
TUBENOSEDPLAIT
BELLYACHELARVA
ANIMAISLANDER
TOGAJERSEYWAG
SSEPOLEAXZOLA
TALKSFELIZ
SWEARTOLATEFEE
QANDAMOLLS
URSASCARABBAS
AWNBARRENGAWK
DEADSPOTORTHO
CARATWIKIPEDIA
ARENADARNITALL
RYDERSNAKEEYES
Tue 6/5/2007
ROCSNARLTENAM
CLUPIXIEUVULA
CDEACEOFSPADES
OPTSTOTEAEXT
LAICJSBACH
ALPHAMALEOUST
ERITUWASTES
LEADEROFTHEPACK
AROUSEFIORI
WALLDENMOTHER
EMBODYAONE
AKAORGMILTIE
MARLBOROMANKGB
ENLAIUTILEEMO
STOOLNODOZYAK
Sat 7/8/2006
SESTETTAJMAHAL
EXHALESQUIRELY
APEMENQUICKIES
BELLEBUICKFRI
OLLAMEANYLEON
ALAZORROVERSE
RECHARGEMIT
DESEXESNUDISTS
LISPARENTAL
OASISRODEOAMA
XBOXREMIXARAM
CURQATARMATRI
ASTEROIDHEROIN
REINSUREAMOUNT
TRESTLESWONTDO
Wed 6/21/2006
LASHFREEDTREE
ORCAGENREAARP
FRENCHHORNBNAI
TONGAALOUACTS
SWEEPBALDISH
ROZETCHES
PEWSOJAICOAST
ALIDOUBLEHNSA
LOTTOTELLADEN
MICROSMUD
HUMIDORTOPIC
ACHSPACEARENA
XOUTHITCHHIKER
LONEORATENOPE
ETTENYLONGETS
Tue 6/6/2006
FLITFISHFROZE
LIMAIRMARAVEN
ARABLOUTEVENT
GAMBLINGCASINOS
YAPHUH
TIPWIFIGASCAP
INITNOVAINANE
AUTOMOBILERACES
RICKISETAPHAT
ATHENSDOTEERS
GPSILL
EXCAVATIONSITES
ABABARANGTODO
SOLESAGUAUNIT
EXILEPOSTPITS
Thu 4/13/2006
WSETCRABWELLS
TIMEAURAIDEAL
IDEMSTEAKDIANE
DEEPNESSLETSAT
EARTHODE
ILSAREPROVE
ADENELBEEARED
BIGGIRLSDONTCRY
BAILSMAGITABS
ASSYRIAELAL
SNOHEATS
MUSCATNEGATION
ISAACSTERNROBO
DELVERAGAALAW
SDAYSALOTPITF
Tue 10/4/2005
CURSAMBERAWAY
OLEOWILMAFETA
SCROLLLOCKFLOW
MEANYKNEEALPS
ORNERYDERAIL
SEESBRINE
JESTAPACHEKEG
ONTTRIPLELERG
LVIANNEALODDS
TYLERMESH
LAPSESNOMORE
PALSASAPISLAM
EXITSQUALLLINE
RIFESUNNIAVON
USERYEASTWEND
Tue 9/6/2005
CHEVYSHAQSPOT
AERIETOFUTEAR
PRIVATEPROPERTY
ORCAORSOAPSES
LYONARDENT
HIDDENAGENDA
AVAILARKDEJA
WARPANGRAMCUB
KNEERONEPODE
SECRETBALLOT
CAROMSALDA
ALIBIZULUTYCO
COVERTOPERATION
TOESANONSEPAL
IFSOGENTPREXY
Mon 12/6/2004
TYROBEAMTUBAS
ROARUCLAUSURP
IDLEGRIDROMEO
BELLYBUTTONBAT
ELYSEEVITAL
EGADSLOVEIN
JEBGRITTYEBAY
AMASSSIRFRETS
DILLSCRIBEEEE
ELLIOTSOILS
OPRAHGLEAMS
AGTBREADBASKET
RABBIELLATIDE
ABOUTDOINERIN
TEXTSSWIGTACO
Mon 3/29/2004
MACSHOURHAZEL
UGLYESSEAVERY
NOONAHEMMOUSE
CRUCIVERBALIST
HADTEARUED
BENMARTJAB
AXIOMBONACOLA
CROSSWORDEDITOR
HAWNHOSTINSET
EYEPEKEUTE
FILMTNTDIS
ENIGMATOLOGIST
GLENSKATEROLE
UBOATEXESIDEA
MANLYRIMSDESK
Wed 1/21/2004
DWEEBAJARCFOS
OHAREREDOSENT
LARGEBIRDOFPREY
EMSGOOKMEANIE
EELSOMAN
TWOBELOWPARTOM
IAMBSEATWIFE
TREEEAGLEHEFT
LENDGLOBAUER
ESSFOOTBALLPRO
FAMEAGEE
SHEILAENOSNBA
TOPRANKINGSCOUT
USESIONEEARLE
BEETAPEDDRAKE
Mon 12/8/2003
EWERSASSYZEST
BAMAOUTDOELLE
ACIDBRAINDRAIN
YOGIBEARROPED
ROARSPTASSE
BLADESMAAMETD
ATTARTARMAC
TREYWAVESRAMP
SHAPEDMISER
LIDADENFAMILY
ALEZEDSIRES
PLACEICECREAM
TIDALBASINAERO
ONESSYNODTINA
PINKAEONSETON
Mon 10/6/2003
ALBAINDIAAJAR
NARCLIENSRAGE
KNICKKNACKSCUD
HANOIEDIEEKES
SIESTASWANK
THRICEMINES
LABSGOODOCILE
OURDOUBLEKFAT
ORIGINREBMELS
PACERSANITY
KNELTTITLES
POKEORCADRAMA
OBITBOOKKEEPER
DELIOLDIEASEA
SYNCSLANGTERN
Mon 9/1/2003
AHABPHATRAPID
GYROLECHELENA
ADIAAMMOLEAFY
PRETTYPENNYCOS
EASEUPGOOSE
DREADSNAPPY
ARPINVADEMILO
LEARNONEREPAY
IDLEONTAPEENO
TOMATOEDUCE
PLAZALANCES
LEIPENCILPOINT
OXLIPGASPULEE
SPOKEUGLIGIMP
TOTEDSEENHAYS