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2 puzzles by Brooke Husic
with Jim Horne comments

TotalDebutLatestCollabs
28/8/202012/12/20202
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ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.59000
Brooke Husic
Sat 12/12/2020
IBMSHUSHPECS
MEATPACKEROTOH
SQUALLLINEMALI
UNBALANCELON
SEALYEFILING
TAKESAIMLIBEL
ATEDNAPROFILE
THATWASCLOSE
HOMERUNTROTS
UNDERSTOODLAP
NEEDSSTOPTIME
SUBJECTEAVED
ETARUSTEATEN
ARCSOPERACAPES
TALEPLEASERISE
SLEWEMMYSTSA

Jeff doesn't appreciate SQUALL LINE or ET ALIBI, but I like them both.

SQUALL LINE I happen to know. ET ALIBI is unfamiliar, but it's the kind of clue I love. The clue is [Latin for "and elsewhere."] The answer isn't immediately obvious (Latin isn't my prima lingua) but it has to start with ET (remember ET ALIA, ET AL?) and ALIBI is the perfect excuse. It literally means you can't be guilty because you were "somewhere else!" Once ET ALIBI comes to mind, you know it must be correct.

Sat 8/8/2020
TAMPACHICFAN
OCEANTRUMANERA
MEGYNGEMSTONES
BRATBEADDIDNT
MODELMINORITY
ELAINENOG
DOLLARSIGNSPAR
ISLEROPESHALO
TESTUFOREPORTS
TNTNEWTOY
POTDISPENSARY
UNHIPEVIEOHMS
STOMPEDINGOOUT
HORSERACEEMPTY
YENDELTESSEX