Peter A. Collins
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78 puzzles by Peter A. Collins — 68 solos and 10 collaborations (3 Sundays)

with Jeff Chen comments

See the answer words debuted by Peter A. Collins.

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Sun 3/30/2014MUSICAL INTERPRETATION
AMINDETNASBCCBATON
SANTOTWICELAUDATORY
SUBSISTENCEOUTERMOST
ORATIERTHECLOCKCOO
CADENTKINERKFCDANL
SMOKENORSEFADER
THEWATEREARNSOMENS
GEARAXEDTAOLOOFAS
MRPIBBOVITZSTARDUST
TOELOOPIKESEATBELT
LOATEENAGERVE
BEDSTRAWEFTSILVERS
TIMETIMESTABSALLDAY
SEPTETBAHRIPAAIRS
PRIORYOUINLAMBASTE
RUSSOSNOOKPOLIO
AMIRTUETOROSSACRAL
DOCBARROOMSAPODINE
DRIVENMADDICKANDJANE
ISSUEDATEANGELILLER
TETESNODBOISENOSES
A literal-interpretation puzzle, Peter did a good job of choosing six songs well-known enough that even this completely music-ignorant crossword solver managed to figure out most of them. I liked that each of the six literal interpretations (STAND is literally by YOUR MAN = STAND BY YOUR MAN) was done differently, and I really liked the R O C K around THE CLOCK. Very neat way to show that song!

For those of you that didn't quite get everything, the others are SMOKE on THE WATER, A TEENAGER in LOVE, TIME after TIME, and BAD MOON (literally) rising. I wasn't familiar with A TEENAGER IN LOVE, but it seems to Google well. I only vaguely recognized the tune, but that says more about my ignorance than anything.

Pete is right on when he talks about the difficulty of filling this grid. Although it's only six songs, many of them are two entries stacked together, making the crossing constraints difficult. Also, when you don't have completely symmetrical themers, placement of black squares can become really tricky. I did notice some compromises right off the bat, unfortunately in the NW corner, where they're bound to make a bigger impression on the solver. Getting a dose of A MIND crossing ASSOC, with ORA, ETTE, ETNAS makes for a good amount all at once. Pete does a pretty good job of keeping the rest of the puzzle relatively clean, though.

I'm glad Pete mentioned BAD MOON RISING, as it tripped me up. I did like the variety of ways he executed the themers, but NOOMDAB stuck out a little. Upon further thought, it's not that much different than LOATEENAGERVE (A TEENAGER in LOVE), so maybe that was simply a knee-jerk reaction to having a really rough time figuring out what that CCR song was.

I did like a lot of the fill, EMPIRICIST being my favorite. What an unusual word, but completely legit and something NYT solvers ought to know. STARDUST had a very nice clue to it too, and DICK AND JANE was a pleasure to see in the grid… after I finally forced myself to erase JACK AND JILL, of course. One of Dan Feyer's cardinal rules about solving is that you have to be willing to erase and not fixate on something you're "sure" is right. D'oh!

Finally, a really nice clue/entry pair for EDITORIALS. [Slanted writing] evoked IN ITALICS, CURSIVE, CALLIGRAPHY, and it was a nice a-ha when I finally figured out that "slanted" referred not to "tilted" but to "with a bias." Good stuff!

★POW Tue 3/4/2014
DRDOOMIBMPC
JARULEBRAID
EVENEREARNS
DISCOVERINGIDA
SSEDINEETAT
AHIAWAYBLARE
BENJAMINQUELLS
EDGEDINFURCOAT
LADPRINT
GOFLYSHADRODS
EUROAMENIBET
ITASKUNKSCALA
SENSEIOLDTIMER
HACKITMISSTATE
ATEASESNLYSER
★ As I've said before, I'm a sucker for a neat visual puzzle, and Bruce and Pete deliver today. I didn't recognize the odd diagonal at first, but when I uncovered BENJAMIN, I got a big smile, recognizing the black squares were in the shape of a kite. Very cool! What a neat idea, to use an unusual type of symmetry in order to create a beautiful image.

It's very rare to have a puzzle with diagonal symmetry. At first glance it might be hard to recognize, but draw an imaginary line from the SW to NE corner, and you'll see that the puzzle is symmetrical along that line. Check out our unusual symmetry page — only three other puzzles in the Shortz era display this diagonal symmetry. And for my money, this one stands out even further because of the clever use of black squares.

One more comment about the visual element, and I'll go onto something else, I promise. Aside from the kite, did you notice the two Tetris pieces floating in the grid? At first I thought they were a little unsightly because they have extra black squares (cheaters), but after I finished, I noticed that they looked a lot like lightning. Might just be me, but I stood up and clapped.

Because of the unusual symmetry, the theme answers had to be broken up, BENJAMIN / FRANKLIN, DISCOVERING / ELECTRICITY, and the brilliant GO FLY / A KITE to tie it all together. The necessary cross-referencing did put me off a little, but I suppose it couldn't be helped. Perhaps cutting down some of it, i.e. if 16A had just been [With 23-down, puzzle subject]? Also, DISCOVERY OF felt much more natural to my ear than DISCOVERING, but that might be six of one, half a dozen of another.

And then there's the fill. Love, love, love seeing DR DOOM in there, one of the greatest supervillains of all time, along with JA RULE, OLD TIMER, GEISHA crossing SENSEI, and the BRAINY IBM PC. Sure, there's an OLEO of the MARNE and YSER rivers, SSE, ETAT, A TEST stuff, but I personally will take that trade-off any day. I appreciate super-clean puzzles, but when I get so much snazz, I don't mind the price of admission at all. I know some people will disagree, sticking to their guns about puzzles needing to be ultra-smooth and clean of dreck, but I like this trade-off a lot. Maybe it would be possible to make this puzzle both super-clean AND totally smooth, but I doubt it given all the constraints.

Bravo! Even more fun than the time I dissected an instant camera, stupidly ignoring the WARNING: GIANT SHOCK POTENTIAL DO NOT OPEN label. I tell you what, that capacitor was much bigger than I anticipated. Thanks for nothing, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.

★POW Wed 2/12/2014
SHEESHNEPALI
SHARPEIINDIANA
TURNINGTHETRICK
PTAHOIDIA
TKOSNELLPOS
CLICTOTIEOVID
AEROROASTNEVE
TRIMMINGTHETREE
EEKAYE
MACDELOLESST
IDOLIZEMALACHI
SILICONAGEDOUT
TELLINGTHETRUTH
SUITETHANERIE
XESSHUNTMSN
★ I'm a sucker for a visual element in a puzzle. Throwing in mirror (left-right) symmetry makes it even more enticing. And incorporating enough snappy entries to make it play like a themeless? MAN CRUSH ON PETE COLLINS DECLARED! Whoops, excuse me.

I enjoyed so many elements of today's puzzle. I really dug the three T's in the puzzle's black squares, and liked even more the fact that there weren't any other "free-floating" black squares in the grid. Very cool-looking. Aesthetics are subjective of course, but I really appreciated the prettiness of those three T's hanging out in the middle of the grid.

True to the three T's, Pete give us three grid-spanners, all following the same pattern: T* THE T*. I actually prefer some of Peter's original themers, TRUE TO TYPE being especially nice. I did like TRIMMING THE TREE and TELLING THE TRUTH, but TURNING THE TRICK sounded a little off to me. TURNING A TRICK (ahem, not NYT material) or DID THE TRICK sounds so much better, yeah? But Google/Bing clearly disagrees with me, "TURNED THE TRICK" getting a huge number of hits.

Minor idiosyncrasy, but I tend to prefer past tense phrases in my xws. TOLD THE TRUTH has more elegance than TELLING THE TRUTH, in my eyes at least. Often, I don't add the "-ING" variation of a phrase into my word list, unless it sounds perfectly normal to my ear (usually it doesn't though). Awfully hard to find three past tense phrases that 1.) fit the T* THE T* pattern and 2.) are long enough, though.

Best of all today: the snazzy entries! SHAR PEI, HIGH NOON, NIHILIST, STRIKE ZONE, LETHAL AGENT, AGED OUT (xwordinfo donates to Treehouse for Kids, a non-profit I volunteer for) = so much goodness. Well worth the cheap price of admission (the ERN, EPI, ENE kind of stuff). I would have liked the puzzle even more if there had been more wordplay clues. But then again, filling everything quickly in off the straightforward clues made me feel smart. (in Homer Simpson voice) I am so smart! S M R T!

Well done, I like it when a lively puzzle lets me smugly sit back and call myself the world's biggest genus.

Wed 1/1/2014
ERNESTVICCHIC
GEISHAOWEOONA
BUROAKCOSNATL
ENVREBASHERRY
RIAPAULINASUP
TONOENDTARGETS
NATIANSDONHO
HAPPY2014
CAVEREELSIRT
HEIRESSAUSTERE
IRAWATUTSICIA
MADMENBEAMIRR
ETUIDUONEATEN
ROCKAKANONAME
ARTELETANGLED
Happy 2014 indeed! Good way to kick off the new year. Pete uses the digits 2 0 1 4 in the horizontal direction, and homonyms of them in the vertical. At first I was stuck around that area, but it sure provided a nice moment when things clicked. The only pause I had was "oh" didn't seem right for "zero" (sorry, Pete!), but that might be a dialect or usage issue, so we'll let that pass.

Pete wasn't kidding — this is a very tough construction. There are four parallel downs which must work together to form coherent across entries, plus Pete chose to go with a 74-word puzzle. The acrosses around HAPPY 2014 are nice and smooth, with just an IANS as a blip; very impressive. I didn't know WATUTSI but was glad to look it up. And the NW was beautiful! All sorts of fancy entries up there, EGBERT actually being my favorite. I can overlook an ENV and and ESO to get NIRVANA and GEISHA.

Some issues arose in the SW corner, though. The high constraints in the middle propagate through the puzzle, and since that SW corner has a lot of white space, it becomes even tougher to fill. CAVER made me pause (I used to cave, and we called it caving, but never called ourselves cavers), and it crosses the long partial ARE WE. Our old crossword frenemy ETUI also makes an appearance, along with the outdated ARTE Johnson. It's really tough after WATUTSI is fixed into place, which constrains the number of fill options and forces some compromises.

Nice theme concept, fun solve, with a bit of crunchiness.

★POW Wed 11/20/2013
AHEADGPAASSOC
VALSEARTTULLY
OBELIZOORHODA
WACGEEPOIWGN
INTENDNAPOLI
NERDSHAPEANOD
GROGERRETRE
AMACDROMSHY
EARROWNOFEEF
ALGARITORUSE
RUNNINGONEMPTY
SPEEDSBEATEN
HITSIMAGEFARM
ONITLIBRAIKEA
TECSKASEMAEON
★ Man oh man I loved this one. I realize some people are going to hate it because it breaks all kinds of rules and it's light on theme density (or simply because they like to be a contrarian), but I'm a sucker for a puzzle with a good visual. Everyone's entitled to their opinion.

What a cool image, using a couple of well-placed circles to suggest a gas gauge. Sure, the dial doesn't really have an ARROW, but what would be better? NEEDLE? POINTER? Not sure. I really liked how Peter used mirror symmetry in order to place the revealer close to the bottom, so it didn't give away the trick halfway through the puzzle. When I finally uncovered RUNNING / ON EMPTY I smiled at his use of the unchecked squares E and F to represent empty and full. Very cool.

And I really like having so much good long fill. Stuff like OLD GLORY, EARSHOT, MOONBEAM (clued to Governor MOONBEAM would have been even better!), etc. If this is what Will means when he says he's looking for some puzzles with less theme density but more good long fill, I wholeheartedly agree.

And saving the best for last, being an electromechanical dork I loved seeing ELECTROMAGNETIC and FEYNMAN in the grid. Some people believe FEYNMAN was kind of arrogant and/or a jerk (if you haven't read "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman" you owe it to yourself to do so) but he was both brilliant and extremely entertaining. I got a lot of pleasure out of uncovering these entries.

Very well done, Pete. Sure, there's some of ugly-looking ASSOC, ALG, TOR, and people might complain that they shouldn't have to know Ndamukong SUH, but overall, what a giant serving of win for me today.

Thu 10/24/2013
ADAPTTOINKPOTS
RENEWEDDECODES
TANGOEDEGALITE
SRAWRSSABINE
CATTDS
ANALYSTPIEHOLE
MORAHEAVENON
BOOMERANGEFFECT
ISMLOTTEABAR
TEASETSARTICLE
AVAEEL
AFLARESTKTRI
FLOUTERAUCTION
ISOTOPEKRISTIN
BOLEROSENTAILS
Neat idea for a Thursday puzzle. Tricky, with a wicked clue "Unwelcome reversal..." for the revealer, alluding to the fact that four theme pairs go out and back. And indeed, having two pairs of themers intersect the central BOOMERANG EFFECT grid-spanner is an impressive feat of construction. Even after Pete figured out that ELEVATOR OPERATOR could intersect BOOMERANG EFFECT as it does, he still needed to find a matching pair due to crossword symmetry rules. Consider how hard a task that would be: you have to find a strong phrase which 1.) splits up 8/8, 2.) relates to the BOOMERANG EFFECT theme, 3.) has a first word whose last letter is E, and 4.) has a second word whose first letter is F. Considering the constraints upon constraints, it's amazing that Pete found something that fits!

ELEVATOR OPERATOR worked very well for me, the visual of a worker going down then back up fitting perfectly with the layout of the pair of entries. But the theme consistency felt a little off, as TWO WAY STREET doesn't seem to quite fit (a two-way street doesn't itself go out and back, rather, cars on it might). In fact, the other three besides ELEVATOR OPERATOR seem to be internally consistent in that they allude to the out and back idea but don't directly represent it. So overall the theme works for me, just not in a perfectly elegant way.

No doubt, there are some entries that any constructor would try to avoid, but WRS and STK are more or less necessary given the paired theme entries they intersect. And with such an ambitious puzzle that undoubtedly would run on a Thursday, I appreciate Pete's consideration of the trade-offs. Is having FLOUTER and AFLARE worth having big, open corners which add to the challenge of the late-week solve? Pete could have gone a different way by breaking up INKPOTS and BOLEROS (by adding a pair of black squares, thus increasing his word count to 74). I really liked the NE corner, some great entries in there. The SW corner I wasn't as wild about. If it had been just one of FLOUTER or AFLARE...

Overall, I enjoyed the fact that even after uncovering the reversal trick, the rest of it played out like a themeless. Good challenge, and I always appreciate Pete's efforts to push the boundaries of puzzle-making.

Fri 10/11/2013
FAWNABBATASKS
ECHOHEARIRENE
MEATTHERMOMETER
ASTARTRYMETWA
HRAPSAGAL
PLAYMEORTRADEME
SAPSOXERPISAN
ESPONYTOLATNO
USEASGINOSHOT
DONTEVENGOTHERE
SHEENPIES
CTNKEATSLYCEE
WHERESTHEREMOTE
TAXEREUROARAL
SITESDREWNETS
A ton of nice debut stuff from Pete today. SETTLES THE SCORE, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT, and especially WHERES THE REMOTE with its brilliant clue. It's not often we see five debut 15's in a single puzzle; cool feat Peter's pulled off. I got a thrill typing those beauties in (what can I say, I'm easily amused).

Unusual arrangement, not only incorporating four 15's in the across direction, but interlocking them with two 15's in the vertical. Building a themeless grid in this style is daunting, because it creates so many subsections, each one with high constraints. Quite a challenge to find a set of six 15's which allows for reasonable fill. I really appreciated hearing Pete's comment about trying for six debut 15's, but settling for five in order to give the solver a better experience. I love hearing a constructor prioritize the solving experience rather than the construction feat.

While the arrangement of 15's is awfully nice, the surrounding fill suffers a tad. We get an assortment of partials (A STAR, USE AS), crossing awkward abbreviations (CTN/CWTS), French words crossing (ETAT/LYCEE), and a dash of crosswordese (ENOTE, REE, SERE), but I appreciate that Pete has carefully spread it out amongst the different categories so we don't get a ton of one type or another. Still, there was enough of the suboptimal stuff that I noticed it during the solve, and it made me think about the trade-offs Pete must have been weighing as he chose his 15's and filled the grid.

Quick observation about SERE, which has been a crossword staple for decades because it contains common letters. 149 instances in 12 years of the Maleska era (thanks David Steinberg for adding pre-Shortz puzzles to the master database, process still ongoing), 98 from 19 years of the Shortz era. I like this trend, as it discourages the idea that you need to know a totally different language in order to do crosswords. Perhaps with more of this kind of thoughtful progress, crosswords will one day be more popular than baseball.

A guy can dream, can't he?

Good workout today plus some very nice debut entries.

Fri 9/27/2013
GERMINATELUCIA
OVERTAKESANODE
DOMESTICPARTNER
IKIDARSSKIDOO
VETALAGASLOGS
ASSISIARPFRO
CHANGEONEAL
MCGEEONEPOEMS
ALOESLETTER
METSAWARMPIT
MATDOWNAGAAMY
AREOLAESTAGAR
MINDINGTHESTORE
INIGOAREACODES
AGNESTERMINATE
What a cool idea to have the first across answer = GERMINATE and the last one = TERMINATE! Themeless puzzles are usually, well, themeless (that sounded smarter in my head), so I love seeing a change-up, especially when it's a neat mini-theme.

The skeleton of the puzzle (TERMINATE/GERMINATE/CHANGE ONE LETTER) is quite clever but I agree with Will that those entries alone are a bit thin to hold their own as a full-blown theme (here's an artist's rendition of what the original skeleton might have looked like; note the shifted pair of black squares in the NE and SW corners). I liked this puzzle as a mini-themed themeless, especially since there's enough good fill so that the puzzle can stand as a 72-word themeless in its own right. The bottom TAG TEAM/AREA CODES/ARMPIT section is snazzy in particular, especially given the clever clues for those entries. Excellent work in the two 15's, both in clues and answers.

Interesting interplay between Will and Pete today. Will and/or Frank changed a small corner of one of my early puzzles and it was jarring at first to see an unexpected change in the grid. I wondered, why not kick it back to me and ask me to jazz it up? It took me a while to realize that Will carries an enormous workload and has a proportional quantity of associated communication. Selecting, cleaning up, and finalizing 365+ puzzles a year (plus variety puzzles) is a monumental task, and going back and forth with hundreds of constructors for small changes would be a bear (he does kick grids back when he likes the concept but there are major issues). It would be great for us constructors to have a say in every step of the process, but that can't always happen.

Frank, by the way, is one of the nicest crossword people you'll meet, and very unassuming. Plus, he did a nice job on my previously mentioned puzzle, adding some needed spice to my SW corner, inserting such goodness as DR EVIL and WOOKIEES.

Tue 9/17/2013
LABELESCAPEPSA
INANEERASERAWN
DANCESWITHWOLVES
GORENOISELAW
WILDATHEARTVOTE
SWEETALPEFEVER
JOSAVEMOLARS
DATEMOVIES
UMLAUTREXWAR
GOERSPLIEEJECT
ALOTTHEGRADUATE
NINEIRONPINK
DEADPOETSSOCIETY
ARRSOBEITTOSEE
NEDOPENLYSRTAS
Pete is one of the most published constructors in the Shortz era, and has the distinction of being one of fewer than 20 people who have doubly "hit for the cycle" (having published a puzzle for every day of the week not just once, but twice). It takes a wide range of constructing skills to achieve this feat — he's in rarefied air.

Straightforward theme, the letters DATE being in found in sequence within the four movies. Consistency is good, with each of the movies being well-known and all of them having the D-A-T-E in sequential order. It would have been really neat if the word DATE (without breaks) had been hidden in the theme movies, but that's likely too much to ask for. After 30 minutes all I could come up with was THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, which is way too long. Even more awesome would be some visual of a nervous young TEEN trying to YAWN his ARM around his DATE. Definitely too much to ask for.

Note on PEWIT, which I have a feeling will draw complaints from some solvers. At first I had a negative reaction to it, but I then found it to be an interesting answer to look up. I think I would have seen PEWIT as an asset to the grid if it had been clued something like "Bird whose name imitates its cry". Funny sound, indeed. What can I say, I'm easily amused.

Nice NE and SW corners, containing such goodies as PAVLOVA and MOLIERE and NINE IRON. The NE suffers a bit from the crosswordese AWN, but all the crossings are fair. The SW is really good; a clean and fun triple-stack of 7's including the topical LEONARD. On that note, I enjoy it when a constructor personalizes his/her grid, and Pete's comment on LEONARD is a highlight for me. I like how Ben Tausig sends blurbs about his American Values Crossword constructors — wouldn't it be cool if the NYT were to even occasionally publish these little stories alongside the grid?

Tue 7/30/2013
DAMASKSJAGMAO
ICEBLUEABUSERS
PERSONARESPECT
EGGOTITHE
SATISFACTION
OPALULCEREBBS
LIKEAURALERA
VEEROLLINGLOT
ECUBRITSTONE
DEPTCLIOSONCE
WHATSGOINGON
BOWIETRIP
IMAGINEERASERS
LETSRIPSEDALIA
ENTSTASESSION
Wed 2/6/2013
BIGAMYEGGALMA
ONESIENRALEIS
ASTHMACOSECOL
SENIORPROJECT
TTOPSLUMETUAW
AGESTHORPE
BALLEATOMENS
BRAISEDDESIREE
GORMESRITSAR
UPROARIONA
NEYTANGONABOB
BROKENPROMISE
ASIAIVEAMINOR
MARVSETGISELE
BODEHRSSESTET
Tue 1/15/2013
BAITICANTHOOK
ULNANOUSEORSO
NORMSHEETNITS
THEPAPERCHASE
SADMIRETHNIC
DIRECTROUTES
WAHINEOASAVI
HUEVORODPATEN
ERRAOLFINERY
LABASSISTANT
PLINTHOTTRAT
CAUGHTUNAWARE
CRIBREICEABLE
DUDEAREASIBET
REELYARNSFISH
Wed 12/12/2012
EQUISTEAMSLOT
SULKHOBBITAVA
PETEROTOOLEWAX
OURHEELEAR
SEALYDAVIDLEAN
ASSUMEASSANTE
VESSELSSCAR
SLOSCAREUPEND
HIFIHUNTERS
ALATEENDOUBLE
WORLDWARIZELIG
ALIENNAOTB
JOBBESTPICTURE
ANILETOUTUSER
MEAERUPTSTEST
Tue 11/27/2012
ARALFOXYHAFT
BONEODIEEERIE
FLOGTINALYCRA
ALLALONGTHESEM
BEDLAMSECT
ATATATRAIN
WATCHTOWERUSNA
IRATEFASSTEEP
LILIPURPLEHAZE
TACOMANATO
NAPSTIRADE
EMIJIMIHENDRIX
BANJOELANASAP
ARDORLINCROLE
NYSELADYENOL
Fri 10/26/2012
SQUAREPEGBEDIM
TURQUOISEERICA
PIOUSNESSDAVEY
ECLATTETEATETE
TKOBANAZORES
EIGHTYCRUZTAT
EYEHOLESLOSS
REBAVOID
MARXTOPKNOTS
FITFLEXEGRETS
ONAJAGBIDNAP
ROBOCALLSAMATO
GROUTPOODLECUT
OCULOGOLDENERA
TATERADDRESSED
Wed 9/26/2012
MEALSPFCGRAS
APNEAAILSLIMY
FINALWVAOASES
ICONONERADENO
ASUTHEKICKISUP
NOENDNASA
ENCINOXEDTHAI
FIELDEXTGOALS
TARPPAXCORSET
ASSTSLASH
ANDITISGOODMOP
PORNODOLTPANE
PLATAITITERSE
LIMESRADURKEL
YEARTBSGUSTS
Fri 9/14/2012
JOHNDENVERCOG
EPISODEONEPURE
DECAPITATEITGO
INKIFSVASSAR
HEYSMELTING
RIPERRIOMONDE
INONLOSTBALLOT
NTSBEATLESINO
GETMARRIEDSNOW
ORMERANYSTERN
FLATRATEGEL
FISHESRODSTE
INTOCOCONUTOIL
REEDAPPLECORES
ERRPAULREVERE
Wed 8/22/2012
ASSADDSTMAMET
LOOFAETEAMARE
GOLEMSOTROXIE
WATERRATS
CMDGERMANYIDS
HERBERTPERATIO
ALAEISAOSTHAN
STURMUNDDRANG
GROUNDSPEED
JOHANNGOETHE
OSTDOGSTAROEN
IMBUERTEORBIT
NOONMARCOHERE
ESAIIDEALOYER
DIRTRESTEMOSS
SDSOASESBUS
Wed 8/8/2012
BCCAARONBARON
AOLSMOREOMANI
ELITABOOXENON
ZAMBEZINCOANE
BORONGAUNTER
ALDRINFRITO
MUONSSEERHOME
UAWKITTENSVAL
RUNSCOENTHEUS
IVANSPEORIA
JASMINEBOROS
ADAXTCANODIZE
CABLERADIIZIA
ONIONANEEDEMS
BONOSBONDSDAY
Tue 7/17/2012
DOJODOCKTADA
ALUMDINAHAVEC
MESARATSOBIKE
POTHEADSMOLDER
FAUCETEVE
OSOROMANIAASP
CARGOVANANNA
ERNESTHEMINGWAY
AGODOEROTARU
NEWBLANDLYREP
SEESWEETS
ZITHERSINSEAMS
AMORALIGNEDIE
CHOUTUSHYMARX
KONGEMITSTAY
Mon 6/18/2012
ZESTGUTKISSUPS
INCHUNHOCEANIA
OTOEESOLETITBE
NOWHEREMANNOBS
UNREALEAT
GOLDENSLUMBERS
FOLKWAILILL
ANIMICHELLECAY
NOVITOOGENE
WECANWORKITOUT
OSOKANSAS
COHNREVOLUTION
HEYJUDEITEANDY
UNPOSEDNUTLCDS
BOOBOOSGPSEASE
Tue 6/12/2012
BRRDAVESWEAR
ROEAGEEHITTER
ANDDONCORLEONE
DARKAGEMUDDEL
INSTHEBRIDGE
LAVANOELINSET
THERMOREAVE
DAROVERTHERES
NOONEARTIST
TWEENDRABROPE
RIVERKWAISOB
ENEINARATTRAP
ANNIVERSARYALI
TESTEEICONVAT
ROARSBENEONT
Wed 3/21/2012
BLURTSTHELOT
RANCHODEARONE
IMPAIRCORDOVAN
SARNETHERSERA
KNICKVASESYON
ECCOPSISUBOLT
THEQUEENOFSOUL
SADNATORAW
ESCFAINGLO
ARETHAFRANKLIN
DIEGONOORSATE
ERSPHNOMBURTS
NAPEOOLALAELI
ICETRAYSABIDED
RECTORSBYNAME
OSTENDSIFTED
Wed 2/15/2012
TABSTHAISINRE
ECRUWANNANEAT
ATOPOSKARAERO
MAKERSLIONSDEN
ERABERNINI
SANTEEGRANTS
UTESLEPTORGAN
MALAINHOTLETO
ARENAEDDIEXER
CIVICSANNERE
ASHTRAYORR
ARTESIANPSYCHE
COOTFLINTDIET
MARTFLORAESME
ERSESYNCSREPS
Mon 11/21/2011
BEHINDZITBLUE
ADAGIOACERONS
BIGOTSNEAATIP
ETSAVEBOYTOY
SAGOCAREENS
BROWNEYEDGIRL
RERANALPSENG
INANEGALAPNEA
TONRITALAYER
GREENEYEDLADY
AREARUGETAS
BATMANFRABAR
AIRSIMOLOYOLA
SNEETEXINONIT
EYESELYITUNES
Tue 9/27/2011
VIALTODDLEMAR
ACLUHEREONAMI
CHICKENYARDRIM
CAWERNIONS
DIGITALYEARBOOK
ONOSLIEREENSY
ODOMRNSCPA
ROPERUGTOOMANY
TISTRUSLAV
PIPITHEINZESE
ANIMALINSTINCTS
LUXEETAROE
ARICATCHINALIE
CEEAVERSELAME
EDSBERETSEXPO
Wed 9/21/2011
ZEBUARYANSMCA
IRANREEDITIAN
GARDENGROVEDVD
ELOIERASER
PURRSOCEANSIDE
EMUSINONUZIS
UPBEATRUMPENS
BAKERSFIELD
OPEAMIESAUCES
FIRSCTRSNASH
SANTAROSATERSE
ONEDGEMART
RICINNERCITIES
TSKLIESONETTA
STSENCODESTAX
Sat 9/17/2011
PATTIMEDSTRAP
ALIENABDUCTIONS
VOLKSWAGENJETTA
ETEEASENUDIST
SOCKRONDO
SCENTEDREENTER
HATESCLAWSOTO
ESTSFAITSDRAW
ATECURSEEERIE
FERRULESEXCELL
ATLASREIN
AWHILEPLUMTAM
PAIDASTEEPPRICE
INVESTMENTTEAMS
AGERSIDSSOLES
Wed 8/31/2011
LAPPSODASINMY
ODORTROLLCODE
CALIFORNIAGIRLS
IMOVERITTEC
ADENHELPME
PLATOSWOEELAL
RAKERBOHRDART
OVIAMORISTTKO
PINSACROWATER
ESTANAYBOLERO
RHONDAARAB
COGBROCADES
LITTLESAINTNICK
ABOURABATIATE
ROOMSTYNEALOE
Wed 7/20/2011
ROYALAGESHAIR
ARENASAMEARMA
BBGUNAFARJEAN
BIGTENFLAPJACK
ITSADELPHI
BIDEHISSAT
ORGANISMSEGO
THEAFRICANQUEEN
IERSIGOURNEY
COMBATERIN
ASHANTIBAL
ALANKINGAIRACE
JUNKROAMSENNA
ACTISUITOATES
REINTKOSFLUSH
Wed 7/6/2011
PHDSEZRAINEPT
EEROSOARSEXES
KNOWATOYOTAWONK
ONSETUEYS
EASTTOWESTCASH
ONLINETABLE
AIRLLDSASHES
SPOTPALELAPTOPS
PATOISASIRTE
ENOLABRANDS
RAREWESTTOEAST
ROOFUNITE
REMARKALAKRAMER
ELITELIVETANS
VIDEOLEANETTE
Wed 6/8/2011
TENTSJAMASOB
SPOOKALASALEK
PETRISUDSFATE
SEVENCOMEELEVEN
ALANREA
NANTESPETERSON
APESHARESEASE
CRAPSLOOTABLE
ROTABOXCARLED
ENORMITYTIMERS
AIGAHSO
ONALOSINGSTREAK
NELLHOSERANTO
EAVEOWENALVIN
PALTACTMESTA
Tue 3/29/2011
STAVESHANWASP
ARRESTTSOOCTA
TAYLORMTGMUIR
OLAVCLEOPATRA
NANETTEROONE
THESANDPIPER
ATVETALZANE
THEMERITSEINE
ARNEBEATNED
BUTTERFIELD8
RARERTESTOUT
ELIZABETHILSA
LOCOESESUMMER
KOLALCDONEONE
OPENSOSLASSOS
Wed 3/9/2011
ASANSACKSLAM
MEMOACMESLOGE
FLYINGHIGHIVES
MASSAGEEIDERS
ELYGHALI
LEILADAYENOCH
OLLAERRANDRAE
BLOWININTHEWIND
EINSLEETSABED
DEANSSTSAKIRA
BEATSAMI
COBALTEVENPAR
ABLETAILINGOFF
SOURYORBAUSED
HERSLEANPEWS
Sun 2/27/2011V-2
HUMVEESMIXESCHIVIED
ENTITLEARENAOUTINLA
TEACHERTONALSPANNED
HAREVIETNAMVETSCOME
RAVEFLEWEONSRACE
ATRESTDROOLEDSEVENS
CHARLESSOLESFLYINTO
ESTSLAWDADFRINTSB
AGATESVFEEDME
MTVAVATARGARNERVIS
CHIPSINREPOTCOSSACK
CELLVINCEVAUGHNTREE
AFLATCOANCHORSRAIMI
BEATITMSTEURDUNCAN
EDGEDINMESASTENDONS
ELEVONRODSUNNIS
LOVEDONESVWHITENESS
IGOTOUELEFIATRSVPS
MRIVESTALVIRGINSEEG
AECEDESLAVEOSUINT
SSERURHATEDNAPNTS
Wed 2/2/2011
LASTBLUEDROP
OTTISRANDREPS
BEALLASHESSHES
BARTABAMAANT
ESTATESSTATES
RESTTAUSAHIT
SIGNEGRETS
ISLANDERSLANDER
STILLEIAMB
MACEESSESOLA
ORANGESRANGES
JARLOOSMOLTS
USINGSINGARETE
TACOISNTHERES
SPEDRTESSSRS
Wed 9/22/2010
MALAYDEBIRATE
AMOLEEPANEXUS
ROSESRIADIETS
LEIFERICSSON
IBNSIDINERT
NAGSCELINEDION
HAHONESBTU
PRESIDENTWILSON
ITAGREGASP
PERIHELIONDRAW
STRADSOSERE
OLDMACDONALD
GAUNTOVALADED
APNEAOERILENE
STARRSRSDARED
Tue 8/10/2010
LEADADDUPLOAD
INSONUEVALPGA
STEWILLERCEES
TRANSMUTATION
POETBOOSTS
SCANHESULTRA
HOOTIETUBJAIL
AIMALCHEMYNET
SLEWKAYWARCRY
TETONBLUNAES
ADORNSRANT
PSEUDOSCIENCE
AMATZIPITDOOS
NOPEIRENEPLAT
GOADEELEDGOLD
Thu 7/29/2010
ADMITRAWHOYAS
TOILEEWEALULA
ENDORSANDRAKES
ANDSCISTERNS
MILEHIGHSTADIUM
SEEINNOOHTRI
PDQLUXJUGS
TOQUENORTAPES
ABUTAOLLAX
LOARPMVOXSAT
CENTERICECIRCLE
DOMINICAIHOP
STAYALERTBOONE
AIREDECOADOZE
CLYDESERRELOS
Tue 7/13/2010
SNIPARENAGNAT
TOTELATEREINE
EVERYBITANANGEL
MAMMALAPELHRE
ICYSINTAX
HASTHEHOTSFOR
EVETWOTOTRIPE
REEDSTABSADAM
ASKUPERIESELI
ABSOLUTEWORST
VASSARDEB
ELYTERPSDROVE
TELLSITLIKEITIS
CRUEDEUCEETAT
HOMEASSAYNOLA
Tue 6/29/2010
LOBBYSANSMETZ
AWIREETATARIE
PENALNOVAIAMB
SNOWLEOPARDTOR
CLEARLEONORA
ECUDRIPANA
BALESTATOCSIN
BLACKANDWHITE
SCROLLDABOMEN
LIEAMASUMA
SPRINTSPROWL
KOIKILLERWHALE
USSRTOONHOTEL
NEEDBETEALOSS
KYRAESTDTERSE
Tue 6/8/2010
OMANPLUSBREWS
DOLEADZERACER
INGAJOIEOSHEA
STARMAPMETHODS
THEMAMASSHE
IRAOUTEREAR
SEWSSTONERELI
TWISTANDSHOUT
OERHIREONACME
PREVENTSOAS
AIRTHEPAPAS
FAIRSEXONEBELL
ABOILBASTALIA
RENEEOPERLENT
MESSYXRAYLEES
Tue 5/18/2010
SALADESQPOSTS
ADELEPEUIVORY
SHELFAMINEXUS
HORSERUSTLER
ACSCULIANERE
STEELTRUSSES
ABBASTASTATES
PLANBSTLSTEVE
AORTASEOSERES
ROBERTSRULES
TDSFATGONGOA
MIXEDRESULTS
DORAGAAAUNITS
ECASHMTNEDDIE
NTESTYETDOEST
Wed 4/21/2010
FLIPDROPFROM
LOREDOLLSDINO
OGREENDUPANAT
WEEDSREGISSIT
GEESESEALERS
BLUESTARSTE
AOLEGISYETIS
DIAGONALPARKING
ENRONNEATMOT
ATFSCOOPERS
SANDALSEZRAS
AREPEELSISHOT
LURKEXXONTAMO
ALDOREVUEARAM
DESIDITSSERB
Sat 4/3/2010
SLACKJAWEDCOED
TABULARASAAXLE
ONEFINEDAYDIAN
ROLFENEUTEDIT
ALAGLADROTINI
GIRLOSIRISZEN
ENDUESNEPALESE
TATITPKE
QUIETINGIAMNOW
UNDENDRUNSERE
ASIANSALGAWBA
SHAHPENTLEWIS
HAMMANNIHILATE
EDIECRIMENOVEL
DENTEYEOPENERS
Wed 3/24/2010
ESCAPEALAIAPE
SHADOWBAYSSOX
SIRREEODEALEI
ERDARIVERBOATS
SKITSNESERNST
NEAPSALF
SEABRIARSEBAN
STLOUISMISSOURI
NASDSTYMIEDCX
OOMINLAW
THEUNOWNALEPH
WORLDSFAIRLIRA
AWEETUIABUSER
NICCASTDURESS
GETKNEESMERSH
Wed 3/3/2010
ARESQUARESPED
MELSUPPEDAHSO
ALIREDANDWHITE
SIZEBARHALAS
SCARLETTOHARA
RACEDELANEY
ASCOTMEREDNA
ROLLOSCARBECK
CSIEDYSDARES
HAMELINGARR
BLANCHEDUBOIS
IDONTIMASRTA
VIVIENLEIGHCAT
AMENCARNESALA
NEROOBOISTSYN
Thu 2/11/2010
ATMOLEARYDEBS
CBERARTOOAQUA
DERNGETTYSBURG
CACAOSRIOTALE
MYTHIANPET
EMANCIPATION
HRSEMTEUROPA
OUTVOTEAPLENTY
SHOOINSLSSOS
PROCLAMATION
DERIRANASH
ASUUSNAITCHES
REPUBLICANHOLE
MATSAMEBAOGLE
SLOEWANESSION
Tue 12/29/2009
JIVECAGEYREB
EBONABOVEMERE
ROLLEDOVERATIT
KSULEDSTATS
MISTERNICEGUY
ALEVEPEDRO
ROTOAUSSIEFOP
LOWRENTTOWLINE
ONOICIESTOXEN
ANOLDBLESS
BRAVENEWWORLD
IOWANICICUR
RAMSANOTHERONE
DRATDENTEASTI
SSNSATYRETON
Wed 12/9/2009
HELMSAGESMOCK
ADIEUXEDTOMEI
SWORDLILYARENT
PINESOLARAL
ENEBLOWDRYERS
DALESARIDSTOA
WONALSOTAP
NEWWORLDORDER
DIXSHELNEE
INTOALAISTAPH
FEELDROWSYNIA
REAMLUCKIER
BRIARFIELDWORK
ADOREARTLANCE
MARYSYESVISED
Wed 10/21/2009
BOYIMALLSABLE
ANANIVEAAURAS
DUMBSDOWNTRENT
ESSOWWIGEORGE
TREASURER
MICHAELSENATOR
ONDECKKEGOVO
BARRETISVINOS
IWOIRAJINGLE
LEMONDEJACKSON
SALESSLIP
BROWNEOBIOHOS
RABATCRASHTEST
AGILEMECCAALE
DEEDSISHOTPOP
Wed 8/19/2009
ALAWSTOATOWES
SEGATOMCATHOMO
TIOSERENOWDRIP
AFGHANPRESIDENT
SNOOTNRA
GREATGRANDPARENT
RIALSEXAMTOO
IATETRAGICSHOW
ETESHEDINANE
GARAGEDOOROPENER
LTDNORSE
THESECRETGARDEN
HOAXARISTASEXY
SUZIDAMIENAMEN
TRESBEENSTIDY
Wed 8/12/2009
SAGFIGHTMOBY
ACNEACRIDORLE
MOANTEENSIBIS
PULLAHEADFRATS
ERYLOSTCRECHE
RETRIMWHOOSHED
EDIEEHUDS
CAPTAINAHAB
RESTSMIRA
ANISETTEHATRED
MARTYRWHOMDVD
APERSSHOWCASES
ZONESLANTBEAT
ELIAROLEORELO
DICKOBEYSADS
Sat 7/4/2009
SERBENIACAWET
ALEAMONGONANO
ROCKGARDENNITA
THEUNITEDSTATES
RIDALOPTALENT
EMEERNEWATDDE
ALSNANPURR
STARSANDSTRIPES
ARISPRESEL
CARSPANSSECTS
KVETCHCHAIART
REDWHITEANDBLUE
ALAIRODSTEIGER
CELLELATEDOSE
EDELSLYASENTO
Wed 6/17/2009
ACTASALPSIEGE
SHALTBICCLARA
TIKKICMLIOTAS
ONEARMBAMISNT
CLIMBBALLADE
TRAINSETRIOTER
DARNGRAMS
STEERTUBPIPES
UCONNTREE
WIESELKEROSENE
ENDUSERRENAL
THENOAROLDAGE
TANGONOROATEN
ELITEBOOATEST
DECORYTDNESTS
Thu 6/4/2009
HAMLETDEISTS
POSTURERESORTS
INTAILSALLRISE
COOPSTAWABBIE
ARLOFSLICSUMP
REAALIENORTOE
DETONATELEGEND
PETEROSE
HITSATMORELAND
EOERAREBITIER
ADMSXENONALAE
PIPETCUTIGETA
EDUARDOIGNORED
DERNIERCITRONS
SASSEDSLOANS
Mon 5/25/2009
ZEROBOWSSLAB
AXESOLEOCORE
PINTOLINAVID
STEELMAGNOLIAS
ROBHEMAN
JIBTOASTSGTO
ADAPTORSCAT
BIGMOMMASHOUSE
BOGSSTOPPER
AMYGROPESSRI
JANETRES
PRELUDETOAKISS
REALALAIINLA
ANNOCLODROOF
MOSTTOSSTREE
Sat 5/2/2009
STYSASHESBIC
OKRAUMIAKSENA
PIERBAGMENLPN
TMANATEEOMOO
IPSTRIPLECROWN
MOOSHURAINER
ANNIECOASTTRY
PREAKNESS
COBELWAYEAGER
UPRISEDYNAMO
THEFAVORITEMPS
REESDEARRELS
ALDSTIGMAOBOE
TIEASSISITOYS
EARLETSONSYS
Wed 11/19/2008
NOPARNIPSALTE
EVITAAGROROWS
DOZENZEALGOOS
ZACHARYMONTE
LEATHERELATION
ADZODERAGENE
DOZEONASENSES
WINELOVER
MONAMIIVEATME
ANOSCIEGOREX
REPRESSRANPAST
SALUTOUTSTEP
ACABELLAASPER
LACINDAKSTERE
ATENGENEKORAN
Wed 11/12/2008
COBRAFOAMTGIF
APRILARLOARTI
PAIDAVISITLEAN
ELMBENICEAGE
SMARTINVESTOR
AMYTEASES
MOIRAPSATSEAR
ARMYCLAREZANY
PENARABSWILDE
OBLATECIN
PUTSINATRANCE
APHIDSANGDRS
TEEDTHERATPACK
INREOMNIITMAY
ONESNOONPASSE
Tue 11/4/2008
ADESACROSSFAT
TERILEANTOALE
ELECTIONDAYNIL
AIMEETORABES
SLIMMEDPREVENT
EATLOWEVOLTA
HEMLINEVICTOR
CASTAVOTE
LOUVREVACATES
ANNIVVENAYEN
BEREAVEELGRECO
CPASIIIAHERO
OATBALLOTBOXES
AGEONEIDADATE
TEDODDESTAMES
Wed 10/8/2008
ALFSPADSSEDAN
DEIALEUTKARMA
HARDBACKEDITION
OSPREYAVANRA
CHOYBAKEDCAKES
SHARIAIR
ESQELISACIDER
SHUFFLETHEDECK
SHOOTSTAIRWOO
LEDONPOT
DUCKDECOYSAMOS
ESAALTTAMALE
BUICKDEALERSHIP
TAROTALERTEVA
SLOTSRLESSREL
Mon 9/22/2008
MANICOMAHATHE
ENOLACANONROM
MOTETCRAMSORA
ONACRUISEALONG
SAHARAPROPS
ARARATSOAR
REBELINORECON
EELLUGNUTSAVA
ALECNOELNAMES
AMURCOVERT
APRESTROWEL
ILLBEAROUNDARR
NEATBONEARTIE
ERNULNARYIELD
ZOOPEALSSORES
Thu 8/7/2008
ABAAAMATMSGS
LEIGHDOTOATIT
TONEITDOWNMESA
RUNNINGONEMPTY
CTNEROS
DARYADJSATTEN
ERETHROWITHOME
NODSIONICSOAR
TOOTHENAMELLIV
EMCEEESSAISLE
TMANADM
CHOCTAWINDIANS
LOBEGOLDENMEAN
OPELARIAGABLE
GIRLTEAKNOTE
Sun 8/3/2008OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!
TEEMALOADMLIXAGASP
AXLEVALLIEINESHINE
REVERENDEVERENDSOREN
PRETENDSELITELISTEN
STSYUMHISTORYISTORY
UNEATENEMIT
SAWTOSEATACAWEOLAV
SPOTLESSPOTLESSSWORE
REWEDSWONTGENOME
RSTUPITSTOPITSTOP
ISAASKINERREDSRS
MANDATEANDATEGETS
ENGINETOILORELSE
ATESTFINALISTINALIST
NARCEEENYMPHSVIDEO
JIVEPEDAGOG
LABOREDABOREDOILSHE
UNOCALGOFORMANTOMAN
ENOKISONATINAONATINA
GENESOREGLATKETROT
OXEYEBASESTAIDOKIE
Fri 3/21/2008
ROSEBUSHESUSAF
ERASERHEADSQMI
POLARBEARSAUER
OSTLASTSNIELS
TINASMADEIT
AROUNDSAMZOO
DARTEEYOREERR
AKAOSMOSISBAD
MENLIESONVOTE
ALGMGRCOAXER
NEESONABOUT
DAZESINOUTOJO
EVEROCEANLINER
VESTTESTTAKING
ESTABETSYWETSY
Thu 2/21/2008
ROBEPSATTHIS
UPATATADREADE
SAUCEPANSERROL
ELMLARDAPED
FILTERBASKET
IBARSARIANNA
SASSAMNIONOTT
ALICHEWSATCAT
ABARESTEDSKIL
CONCERTLISLE
SAMDONALDSON
ORLEAIWAQUA
CANOEMIXEDNUTS
ITEMSARIDOINK
NAYSISEEUTES
Tue 2/5/2008
PALEOGEEAMBER
ELEERULELOOSE
PARKEDILLEGALLY
SRONEDLIT
IMINTROUBLEHEP
ORSNAIROXO
EMORYDRESCHER
MARMHERBSHOCK
CREATUREBOSSY
ECOIRISPER
EOSPRESSAGENTS
USAPREIII
LENGTHYMEETINGS
OVULEEBANMERS
SATYRPARTPREY
Wed 1/30/2008
PALETTEBOBCATS
AGONIESONEIDAS
KEGGERSLEGGING
ARPEGGIOAGT
AMIGOSREFRY
LIMEDMIRROES
OSEYAZNARNIA
HALFDOZENEGGS
ADDERSLOWIMF
DATAMINSANAA
AMEANILLEST
APUPEGGYSUE
BEGGARYVEGGIES
MALARIAENGARDE
SKITTERSTOREUP
Thu 12/20/2007
DAFTOVENLOSIN
OLLANEMOACHOO
EVERYENTRYTHATS
SAXILESAIRWAY
SPEEACNE
INTHEGRIDHASTHE
DAWESNITREN
ENOSSPITSMOST
ANAOATMOUSE
SAMEFIRSTLETTER
SIREVASE
BUSTLEATRAARM
ASTHEENTRYSCLUE
RELETCAANABET
ODORSONYXTASS
Mon 7/9/2007
MAMMALYESMAAM
ERITREAARREARS
SEASTARCATNAPS
IONSHOAD
ALANISATFETC
COLASPBSDROOP
COLIAIDCOSELL
ENEOCTOPUSROE
NIGGLEMOPTINA
TERRAJEDSINES
SOOTINSINGLE
WORNTHEY
ROADTAXBARTABS
PRAIRIEARRIERE
MARMOTSIAMSAM
Mon 7/2/2007
CARATSCHECRAB
ONECUPHALLANA
STUCCOWALLAMEN
ASPSTIFFARMING
FOSSEOUSTS
JASONCOOP
ALIESPEEDSGUY
WORSECONDITIONS
STEGOTTENRIDE
CATSDONOR
SWORDASPEN
TIMESTABLESFAA
ELIABEFOREHAND
ACTSARAERMINE
DOSEROBSTORES
Thu 5/10/2007
REHABONKPKEEP
AVILAPEARNAPE
TENADDEDTOSEVEN
ENDGUNSPEWEES
MINETHEO
HUNDREDOVERFOUR
ATOLLLASSDRE
YETIDADDYRIIS
ORIHUMEPENCE
FIFTYMINUSEIGHT
HAMSNUNN
SMARTYMIRAEVA
FIVETIMESELEVEN
PLEANOGOTRENT
DOSTGMANYARDS
Wed 3/14/2007
TEACHCSISPPPN
ALCOAOUSTZONE
RETOPNLERZOOM
PNUPPCTUREARNO
TAPEREEAST
PRIMPMTOSSA
SPROENIDUPPNG
ALAPREDONPNOT
POTPEDALENEWS
STENTSYOUNG
GATOMRISPN
OKAPOPNIONPECE
PUPLWAITJERKS
URALETTEATILT
SENSDEESSAFES
Mon 2/26/2007
STORMDENTINAS
CARNEAVEANART
APASSAGETOINDIA
MELSCARSLEAZY
HAMMATEE
GARAGEATTENDANT
ADELEWORDROO
MODELIENSESTA
MRIFAREDROID
ANGELSANDSAINTS
SOTSROME
SARTREYODAOER
THEHIDDENAGENDA
ASPENATEELCID
BOORSBIDDIETS
Mon 11/13/2006
SPARWOODSPREK
LEGOABBIEROTE
AREADEISMAONE
BUDDHISTHOLYMAN
SANELES
SAWINGMAIDCAW
PRIDEBARNMOPE
ANDESPACKANIMAL
MIESODESENACT
SENARESDAISES
ALTDOTS
BLAZEINBROOKLYN
EASTCAROMIIII
NITEOPINERENT
ERICSATEDTUGS
Thu 5/18/2006
PIGLOTPDAATIT
ONEONEARCNEMO
STOVESTUETEAM
TORENTRMSINXS
UNGLDRIMSCI
PEELHEARSTDLE
ORANOUTLET
OUTVOTEFUCHSIA
APIECEELKE
FITCABLESBAST
LGORODHASTO
HARERIARATTAN
OLANBITALLURE
PACEISHTEETER
IRKSSHEASSESS
Tue 5/2/2006
FLAMESABEORGS
ROYALALASTELE
OVERMONTHSOMEN
MESARIOTJOANS
DUCTSMOLINE
ATROPHYTAKEN
SEANCECUKEEMU
ANDASTATEAVIS
PSIVTENAMPERE
OHARESWOONED
EDWINAQUITS
DRAKECABSTACO
GAVEPUTAHOLDON
ACERIBARREEDY
ROSSPERUESSEX