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Kevin G. Der
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with Jeff Chen comments

See the 351 answer words debuted by Kevin G. Der.



38 puzzles by Kevin G. Der

Sat 11/25/2017
LEFTLANESBAAL
AMERICANASACRA
SPEAKEASYOTTER
CALDERCUPMAINE
ANSESPILLBLOOD
LEASHTEARINTO
ALFIOPEALE
SENTRASOREAT
COMMEOCCAM
TABLETPCSOCKO
ELMARIACHITREN
SHORESLAMPOETS
LIVIACASHAUDIT
ARIALANTICRIME
STETTEATASTER

I've run several half-marathons. They've all gone differently, but I've noticed similar patterns. They usually start out with a feeling of dread (only 60 words, wide-open grid; shudder), knowing that I'll be in for some pain. Not sure what kind, but there's sure to be some sort.

When the horn sounds, there's such a mass of people that you can barely move (my first pass through the clues, I filled in only one square). But when you cross the starting line and start picking up momentum, what a feeling of relief (OMG, so glad to have randomly known the MONSTER logo!).

And the first two miles? What a rush as you get into your rhythm (AMERICANA and SPEAKEASY crossing SAY PLEASE, awesome!). Even feeling decently good as you hit mile three and four (ANTICRIME … not bad).

Then come the first pangs (PACA). Whether a knee twinge or having that first sense that you might have to drop a sewer pickle (TREN), it's not good. You push right through though, and it's worth it because you have the satisfaction (SOMBREROS!) that you made it through the first twitches.

The halfway point brings a dread that you still have miles to go, and wait, what's hurting now? (That LALO / PEALE crossing, oof.) Another mile in, strange sensations erupt all over (EL MARIACHI, what? Who says TABLET PC? What's the CALDER CUP?). And then more flood through you(EMPANELS?).

But you fight, because you know there's going to be a few last highs (TEA TASTER, LA SCALA) before the finish.

Then, everything begins to sear and burn as the final mile approaches (ANSE? ALFIO who? STET. BAAL?). But that finish line is in sight. Your legs have a strange leadlike quality (TRADES IN, ARE NOT) that you have to ignore. And when the crowd starts roaring near mile marker 13 (SLAM POETS!), that's all the rush you need to bring it home.

About two hours (39:33, about 3x my usual Saturday time) filled with mixed, powerful emotions, and you come away with the awesome sense that you finished something daunting. You've earned a well-deserved rest after the intense workout.

Now, where's my "I Finished the Kevin Der 60-word Crossword" shirt?

Sun 12/25/2016MARRIED COUPLES
ETCHFURLSFJORDOFT
NORAPANOUTRUPEEFIE
DRAMATICPIECENTERFRA
ORBISSUESLEGFASCES
WEBERAFTVAULTNOOSE
SYMBOLFORAMPEREGULAR
MUMWONGOREOLA
BABYSITSDENTYNEBRED
ELLTROIROOMCHI
ALIASSISTANCESTARMAP
CONGOPAIRHIDESCORE
HYDRATESERENITYPHOON
ERRESAUGOBIRAD
PACEABSORBSRYEBEERS
ILLASAPLOTLIV
CLUTCHINESEBOARDGAME
TIBETTRIPSFEETHONG
UNSAFEALESUREDOTAC
ROOABIDECEPTIVEPITCH
ENDSADIESATEENALTA
SEATYSONPRISSNEST

It took me forever to figure out what was going on here, so lemme try to explicitly explain it. Kevin started with common phrases, i.e. [Handle with care] and [Calm before the storm], and ... first word ... second definition ... two-letter overlap ... I can't figure out how to explain this!

So here's how it worked in practice: [Handle with care] = handle + care = alias (as in one's CB handle) + assistance (as in giving a bit of care) = ALIASSISTANCE. It's tricky since you have to figure out that "handle" and ALIAS are synonyms, as are "care" and ASSISTANCE, then cram everything together.

I'm usually against "definitional" entries like Go being a CHINESE BOARD GAME, but in this case, these dictionary-sounding entries were key for me to be able to solve the puzzle. Not sure I would have figured out what was going on, otherwise.

My favorite one was SERENITYPHOON, just perfect for [Calm before the storm]. It's so easy to see that "calm" and SERENITY are linked, as are "storm" and TYPHOON. And SERENITY and TYPHOON have that two-letter overlap! This is the type of creative, innovative wordplay that I like to see in crosswords.

Some nice bonuses in TOFUTTI (sounds a whole lot better than it tastes, ick), JUNGLE GYM, and ESPN RADIO. Good stuff there. CLUB SODA and OFF COLOR, brilliantly clued as [Salty or spicy], were nice too.

And with just a little AREAR and OLA kind of stuff, the rest of the puzzle felt smooth, which was a good thing given how much I struggled with grokking the theme.

Overall, I would have loved this one if every themer had been as strong as SERENITYPHOON, but there were too many stilted-sounding definitions and synonyms that felt like a stretch (ABIDE = stay?). I do admire Kevin's innovation — I don't think I've seen something quite like this.

Sun 5/29/2016BEST PICTURE ADAPTATIONS
HERCABINEDNAQUADS
ORAALEROSBEERHUNTER
LIVSILENCEOFTHEIAMBS
ACELACORNYAIT
REBAPOOLTRIPPY
THEVASTEMPERORSTARER
REVISIONABUTLIMO
UNIDUNCESWITHWOLVES
SCEPTERHAPRIPENE
SEWEREASYCOOKIETIN
GONGWITHTHEWIND
FLAGPOLESOREOEARLS
IAMISALASGASMAIN
FRENCHCONFECTIONNEE
TINEEVIEMONGOLIA
HARASSABEAUTIFULMINK
TATTERCRITLINK
ANIEERIESIEVE
GERMSOFENDEARMENTMIX
MYHAIRLADYHEINIEANA
AEONSEROSDCTENDOM

Fun plays on Oscar-winning movies, changing a single letter to give kooky results. SILENCE OF THE IAMBS was laugh-out loud funny due to its absurdity, and the rest were generally pretty humorous. Amusing to think of Jabba the Hut as THE VAST EMPEROR.

Watch your carbs, kid

It felt inelegant to have some THEs included and some not, but I imagine it was necessary for crossword symmetry. A shame.

Given Kevin's history of multi-layered themes, I was so sure something was going to be spelled by the changed letters. Or the original letters? After all, there would be some flexibility given that DEER HUNTER could be changed to PEER, SEER, DEAR, DEED, even PUNTER, HINTER. Alas, BIVUGFKGH (new letters) DLLAENDTF (original letters) don't spell anything. Ah well; fun to think of what might have been.

Kevin does really well with his bonus fill — COOKIE TIN, FLAGPOLES, RAVE REVIEW, RAN LIKE MAD, MONGOLIA — useful to keep up the interest of the non-movie fans out there. Even GAS MAIN, TRIPPY, STASIS added to the quality of my solve.

A few blips in short fill are to be expected in any 140-word Sunday puzzle. Kevin mostly keeps his gluey bits to the ignorable kind, with a bit of BEL, ENE, TRAC, OEO. The one place I thought was pretty crunchy was the AIT/ARHAT region in the upper right. Not surprising since Kevin chose to stack BEER HUNTER and SILENCE OF THE IAMBS, forcing a ton of letter pairs to work with. Perhaps ARHAT should be in solvers' general knowledge, since it's an important concept in Buddhism? But this is the one spot where it feels like the solver isn't 100% set up to ultimately win.

It would have been mind-blowing to get an extra layer into this puzzle, the nine special letters somehow spelling out … something. Too bad ADAPTATION is 10 letters, not nine! But it would have been nearly impossible to get a sequence like this worked in, given the rules of crossword symmetry and the difficulty of packing in so many themers.

As it was, I appreciated Kevin's efforts to shoehorn in a ton of fun movie "adaptations." Much more straightforward than I expect from Kevin, but still an enjoyable solve.

Thu 10/15/2015
HOEDSPAMAMS
ITEESULNELEIE
TOSCASNAILSHEL
OTSTRCAOIK
YLELOGGLDES
ACESSATREV
RATFITTWLC
FLMBWILOORALY
NESAEITLAA
ROKPEETASY
SHDDRMILKWA
AMIMIDSTEO
GUGENHEIMGAUZS
AGSGATNAEMRLA
DTSDRYSSLAW

A very impressive construction given the elaborate theme concept. I'm used to seeing multiple letters in squares on Thursdays, but to have EVERY SQUARE within a long spiral contain double letters? It's a crazy idea, only doable by a select group of constructors. Kevin uses his own custom construction software, so I imagine he coded some special functions to help him fill this one.

Inside the GUGGENHEIM

Neat to get some theme material besides just the idea of "spiral where every cell gets two letters." SNAIL SHELL, GUGGENHEIM, and WHIRLPOOL (and YULE LOG and MILKY WAY!) are good examples of this shape. (The GUGGENHEIM's famous architecture already was memorialized by Liz Gorski, so it didn't have the power for me as it might have had.)

As soon as I cottoned to this theme, I worried about how much glue Kevin would need. Yes, he's a top-notch constructor and programmer, but the level of constraints here are incredibly difficult. I could hardly believe my eyes to get such little glue, only a STATAL, FIT TO, N TEST = nothing major. Well, HUMBUGGED and SIDELINER felt sort of made up, and BESTRODE … okay, maybe that one's fine. Still, for a grid that works in a mind-boggling 25 words of seven letters or longer, it's great work.

As a solver, I found this one really difficult, my brain struggling with trying to fill in two letters at a time. The NW was especially difficult, with the unfortunate STATAL being one of the few entries into that section. I thought the idea was really cool when I first encountered it, but it became so hard to solve that my enjoyment level decreased toward the end.

Overall, I appreciated Kevin's not just pushing the boundaries for this theme week, but demolishing them. I don't know that I ever would have come up with such a crazy idea. Even if I didn't have as much fun solving it as I would have liked, I do admire both the concept and execution.

POW Sat 7/25/2015
TIMEBOMBSERVOS
EGOMANIAAROINT
ALSORANSMIMOSA
COURTVISIONLAG
HOLYEVITATALE
BRASSBASES
FLAGRANTWETONE
OILRIGSBIBELOT
OBLATETONEROWS
TROISTEXTS
BAWLFRESHFRAN
ARABOUNCEHOUSE
TIBIASPOWERNAP
HALVESORANGINA
SNEEZEPERSONAL

★ Kevin has hit for the cycle, thus displaying a wide range of skills across early-week, tricksy Thursdays, themelesses, and Sundays. Impressive to be a generalist that can handle pretty much any sort of construction, but even more impressive is that he might just be the best constructor out there right now, when it comes to quad-stack themelesses.

Colony of hemi-spheres

Now, I use the term "quad-stack" differently than others, broadening the term to mean any stack of long entries of 8+ letters. It's an incredibly difficult task to pull off cleanly and colorfully. Two entries stacked atop each other is easy — even when you have a difficult letter combination, you can usually move black squares around to accommodate. Three atop each other is much harder, requiring the constructor to try many more long answers in order to generate friendly letter triplets for the crossings.

Quad stacks … hoo boy. Not quite an order of magnitude more difficult than triples, but at least a factor of three or four. So it is just amazing to see Kevin's NW corner. TIME BOMB / EGOMANIA / ALSO RANS / COURT VISION are all vivid entries, and there's not a single gluey bit running through them. Not even a minor offender!

The SE does have PERSONAL, which feels to me like it just takes up space, but Kevin more than makes up for that by running TEEN POP / BOX SCORE / WIN THE WAR ... right through the quad-stack! It's a crazy bounty of goodness down there.

The rest of the puzzle is awfully nice, too. Neat to give an insider's nod to violist Liz Gorski with VIOLA SOLO. LIBRARIAN is not a sizzling word … until you clue it with the uber-catchy Marrrrrrrrrr …. IAN! from the Music Man.

Aside from the usual suspect of ARA and the oddity of AROINT, the puzzle is squeaky clean. Liability count of just two = amazing work, especially when considering the difficulty of construction.

And a beautiful clue in [Northern hemisphere?]. Funny to think of an IGLOO as a hemi-sphere.

It'd be tough for me to find another puzzle with quad-stack regions as good as these. Stunning work and such a fun solve.

Sun 5/24/2015A TALE OF MANY CITIES
JUSTALUMMBAHOTDATES
UHAULTERAOOHATHENIAN
LUIGISTUDFARMGREWINTO
ERNSTETSONNETALSO
SATTHAIERSTESSONYRO
FUSENONOONKPNOSOAP
CORENIGHNABEEGGSUDE
SHAYEROOEDERCOKEKIN
PANSWONKYEMOIRISNAB
ORCDYNEALLYWAGSROTA
TAIRAYSWEEBALESEWER
SVENHELMACDCGNAW
TACOKCARONBYOTOEHEF
AROWERISNAYSUHOHAXL
GELJEEROSHTIREDETUI
SALOWEDAQUASTUNWIDE
AWEKOKOTUMSOMNIAMES
LAGGERWISEPINAGINS
EYESKENSERINRAHMATV
HASPHAZARDTITOYEE
MARATHONHEREITISFRIAR
OVERRODEERIGOALFANON
BAGPIPESMSNOGLEOGRE

Fogg at London's Reform Club "Around the World in 80 Days" amazed me as a kid. A book written over a century ago, capturing the attention and imagination of a ten-year old boy is a pretty good criteria for defining a classic. So it was great to see the book commemorated in a crossword. I really enjoyed how the letters A R O U N D … roamed up and down in their quest to circumnavigate the puzzle.

As Kevin and I discussed over email, some compromises. There's so much short fill that it's tough to avoid some clunkers. But for me, the biggest source of frustration was not being able to see the cities embedded in the theme answers. I had to look up Fogg's path in order to figure them out:

  • LETTING ONES HAIR DOWN: LONDON
  • LEMON SQUEEZERS: SUEZ
  • BORN TO BE MY BABY: BOMBAY
  • SPECIAL COURT MARTIAL: CALCUTTA
  • THE LONG KISS GOODNIGHT: HONG KONG
  • YOU KNOW WHAT IM SAYING: YOKOHAMA
  • SAINT FRANCIS COLLEGE: SAN FRANCISCO
  • THE NEW YANKEE WORKSHOP: NEW YORK

So, a really cool idea to 1.) trace Fogg's journey through different cities and 2.) circumnavigate the puzzle, but with some execution problems both in gluey bits and the ability to see Fogg's path. Made for a frustrating solving experience at times.

Overall though, a very fun concept, attempting to capture the magic of the book.

Sat 1/24/2015
BYGOSHAWEANTS
LEANTOLETSDOIT
UNICUMALHAMBRA
STUDDEDDEFILER
HASIMEDLEXEME
LOAVESFAA
LOSTONESSHIRT
DETECTIVEWORK
KIDSTHESEDAYS
EVASONANT
NESTLENUTSUTA
TITHINGPINESOL
INREVOLTVELURE
STATELAWECLAIR
HOYAADOSKYLIT

I might start a series on how to break open the NYT Saturday crossword. For the longest time, I wouldn't even attempt a Friday, because it seemed too daunting. Kevin writes some of the toughest puzzles around, so today's a perfect place to start.

Namesake of Enola Gay Tibbets

My first pass through Kevin's wide-open grid gave me just an S at the end of 11-Down. One. Letter. Filled. That's it. Daunting! But I've since learned to try a few things, and a guess will often open something up. For me, that was [Gay partner?]. Perhaps ENOLA, but it could easily be an LGBT term, or a reference to Zorro, the Gay Blade. But with no other toeholds, why not try it out?

Off ENOLA's A came A?? with the clue [Scene]. Not a lot of A?? words, so some thought about what a "scene" could be had me tentatively try ADO. And 45-Across, [Requirement of Mormonism] felt like it ought to be MISSION … except that ENOLA wouldn't be right then. Could the N of ENOLA be part of an –ING ending? Wracking my brain, I dredged up information on how rich the Mormon church is, due to required 10% TITHING. 38-Down, [Certain Sorority member] had to be some Greek letter, and THETA fit the ?H??? pattern. Bingo bongo, it all felt right!

I got lucky with trying DETECTIVE WORK off the D – the "case-by-case" language got me thinking. And the –TCH ending of 6-Down, combined with the "win" part of the clue felt like the entry would end in MATCH. Little things like that, maybe two dozen trial and error points, eventually helped me crack the puzzle.

Because of the huge difficulty in pulling off a wide-open 64-worder – check out how well every section of the grid connects up – I might have given Kevin the POW! But Kevin Der is Kevin Der, and I tend to be pickier with the greats, docking points for the tough KENTISH / AVA crossing (you mean KANT(ish) wasn't British?), a DEFILER, a DENISON, the odd VELURE, and a UNICUM. Everything is perfectly reasonable for a wide-open 64-worder, and if it had been anyone but Kevin …

A tough solve, perhaps the hardest Saturday in months. Dang was I happy to finish! (With a bit of cheating. Or maybe a lot. Ahem.)

POW Sat 12/20/2014
POTFARMSWAMPUM
AFROBEATIGUANA
STARBASECALLON
TENTACLECREEDS
ANKHHILDASOUL
MINEODEA
POPGUNDOCILITY
APLENTYMOLIERE
REALGOODULSTER
TRYWASPS
YAMSCLUEDMEME
TRACERPRENATAL
ROTATEHATEMAIL
ALERTSIPADMINI
YESYESNETSALES
★ As a solver, I've come to fear the 64 and 66-word themeless. At 68 or 70 words, there's huge potential to cram a huge quantity of assets into a puzzle with not many liabilities. And grids with 62 words or fewer may not have as much in terms of spotlight entries, but they can look jaw-dropping, giving a tremendous visual impact with their wide-open tracts of white space. Too often, the middle ground means not enough assets, a slew of mostly neutral entries, and/or too many liabilities. So a puzzle like today's 66-worder packed full of assets and low on liabilities, is very welcome. Great feat of construction and a very enjoyable solve.

When I opened it up, I wondered how those NW and SE corners would turn out. Not many people attempt quad-stacked 8s, because they too often require pots of glue to hold them together. Kevin has done at least one before, and the experience shows, as both of those corners come out clean as a whistle. Better yet, the long answers are generally fresh and snappy, not at all the neutral types of entries I expected. POT FARMS, AFROBEAT, STARBASE, TENTACLE makes for quite a quartet.

The other corner is anchored by NET SALES, a bit dull since with its common letters, we see it quite often in themelesses. But otherwise, to get PRENATAL with its great clue, HATE MAIL, IPAD MINI with clean crossings is really impressive work.

Normally I'm not one who notices how Scrabbly a puzzle is. Patrick Berry quite often stays away from the Big Four (JQXZ), and his work is almost always standout. But he does usually pepper a grid with a few Vs or Ks to keep things interesting. With just one K, this puzzle did feel a bit "Wheel of Fortune" to me, leaning heavily on the RSTLN E.

Ulster coat

And there were a few entries that I didn't care for. UNO DUE TRE felt like a wasted slot, not nearly as in the language as UNO DOS TRES or UN DEUX TROIS, but of course I'm sure Italian speakers enjoyed seeing it. ULSTER was interesting to learn about — a type of coat worn by Holmes — but the clever clue was lost on me, as even after filling in the letters, it didn't make sense until I went to go look it up, and at that point I had forgotten what the clue was.

That's all nit-picking though, as my enjoyment level was really high. To get such a high quantity of assets and few liabilities in a 66-worder is an impressive feat. Along with Will's in-depth commentary of how he analyzed and edited the clues, it was a real joy from start to finish to post-game analysis.

Fri 1/17/2014
SHOREHOTELBARS
MOPEDANIMALFAT
ONELSSANITARIA
GENIEASIRECALL
GYMCLASSESKIEL
IBISMEIRTODDS
EEKBOASFOP
REENACTLISSOME
OTOMANSPAY
SAABSLEVIJAKE
ARGODIMESTORES
BEETHOVENRATSO
ONTHEMENDANION
TOWELETTEINSUM
STORMDOORLATTE
A nice construction from one of the best in the business, Joon. Er, Jeff. Darn it, I mean Kevin!*.

One aspect I like best about Kevin's work is that he's always pushing the envelope, trying to figure out what he can do new that others haven't done before. Look at the NE and the SW today: beautiful chunky white sections, smoothly filled. Typically themeless constructors stay with triple-stacked areas, because moving to quad stacks exponentially increases the difficulty. It's definitely been done many times before, but check out how snazzy and clean he makes them. HOTEL BARS / ANIMAL FAT / AS I RECALL all crossed by BLACK OPS? Must have taken days, perhaps weeks to figure out that one subsection.

Usually going to 66 words in a themeless means you're going to have some compromises. But Kevin takes so much care in his work, leaving us with only ONE LS and KIEL as misdemeanors. And it was great to hear him say he struggled to see if he could eliminate KIEL somehow. But given the giant ell of white space up in that corner, it would be very difficult to do while still retaining BLACK OPS crossing all the long stacked answers. That NE corner has so many great answers though; they're easily worth the price of KIEL.

The one knock on today's puzzle might be that there isn't a marquee answer that jumped out at me with that hurts-so-good slap upside the head. I smiled when I finally pieced together DIME STORES — very cool clue — and I really liked the colloquial NO BOTHER, but I really appreciate getting at least one whiz-bang answer (usually themeless constructors place their best answer at 1-across).

Kevin took a stretch off of constructing for a while during his stint helping Obama get reelected among other pedestrian activities; very glad to see that he's in the kitchen again, mixing up more magic.

*I can joke about this, you can't. Ha.

POW Mon 11/25/2013
JESTSMITEPSIS
ALOHAIBEXLINT
MILANLEAPEDNA
IDRATHERBEIN
CIDPEDOLEBED
HONKIFYOULOVE
AWAITUSEINKS
NASTFINEDPENA
GNATUNCBEFIT
MYOTHERCARISA
AMPRUEHADTHY
WILLBRAKEFOR
ASIAAVESMAJOR
KENOMENUEVADE
ERGSANTSNERDY
★ Before we start, let's acknowledge the elephant in the room: all Asians actually do look alike. So as a public service, here's a quick primer. Kevin is the brilliant Asian, Joon is the Asian of Einsteinian brainpower, and I'm the smart one (and Asian). Seriously though, Kevin has worked in high-tech, helped President Obama get re-elected, and has a top-secret in-his-garage project in the works. Joon is the physicist who blew up Jeopardy! records. I'm the one who can morph the space-time fabric (as well as reality)*. Claro?

Excellent Monday puzzle from Kevin. It's not often that a Monday carries a novel theme, one I've never seen before. Bravo for breaking the mold! Neat to see this collection of well-known bumper sticker starters, each one immediately apparent to me. Even better, I couldn't think of any others right away that would fit in. Consistency and specificity, that's excellent theme work.

Far more impressive though, is the quality of his construction. It starts with the fact that the four themers are of inconvenient lengths (12 and 13), which makes grid layout challenging from the start. But Kevin sets it up so that he takes advantage of these lengths, using the black squares in rows 4 and 12 to end long downs (SIDE BENEFIT and DNA SAMPLING).

Then look at the sheer quantity of long downs: TEAHOUSE/EXPELLED, FUTURAMA/IN HEAVEN stacked together, along with RHESUS, MILADY, SANDPIT, BAD OMEN. With so much packed in, I'd expect a host of ugly entries (especially around the stacked long downs), but I didn't notice anything during my solve. Going through a second time I saw the unseemly ERGS, but that was it. Just amazing how clean and Monday-friendly this thing is.

Will brings up an interesting point about PLEB. To me, PLEB is perfectly fine — it's more esoteric entries like AMOUR PROPRE that I don't care to see in a Monday puzzle. So much about crosswords is subjective, isn't it?

Finally, I always enjoy getting a constructor's personality shining through the puzzle, and seeing FUTURAMA, CHANG (another dude who looks like Kevin, Joon and me), SATAY, all felt Kevin-ish. Man, that's some good stuff. Great way to start the week.

*I'm also the good-looking one.
Sun 9/9/2012CIRCLING THE JOB LISTINGS
SIDEBORINGSNEWTON
OBERONGALILEEELROPO
BASEBALLPLAYERODORED
ARIFLOEPYLONNINA
GULAGARCHAEOLOGIST
FUNNYJULIUSPAH
RIFTRARESTCOSMICRAY
ONLINEMARKETERPOLICE
STALINLOYINCAANNA
HAWLOBSMETALWORKER
CLIOLIARSBACK
LIBRARYPAGECALCOER
EDIESUMOCRYNUANCE
TONSILCARDIACSURGEON
OLDSCORESARMLETHOLD
EVASTREETCAFES
PIRATECAPTAINSALSA
OMARKERRISUPEKAA
RBIMANCONCERTPIANIST
TUNETOSAGETEAAVANTI
SESTETMYLADYENDIT
Sun 7/29/2012DEBUT PROMOS AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
ASIAAMUSESGOTOCAMP
IAMSMAGPIEANILAGAR
XRAYMACHINETELEPHONE
IMLATEREFUELMANRAY
ACEIRINAWITAGO
SLOAUDITTOUCHSCREEN
TYPEWRITERHESHE
ORELSADAPEELASPS
WARMEDALHEINZKETCHUP
ASTORIAVEEBAHAMA
AVGHUMANOIDROBOTRAM
GOOSESIDAONALARK
ICECREAMCONESTIRITUP
NEROTEEMWHATFATE
UNITSWALLOUTLET
FERRISWHEELTEENSESS
ANAGOOGLIDEEEL
KENNELBEDLAMOSMIUM
ESCALATORIMAXTHEATER
ICONTAXIEMILIORAGE
TOROENYADELISTSHAQ
Sun 4/15/2012GRID IRON
SOFTBOSCSOJAYSDSOSBASSI
ELIHUALLOKMENORAHSOUTHAMPTON
EASERLEONIIMTHEKINGOFTHEWORLD
MYHEARTWILLGOONROSSITSK
KALIFLISFSTAFINEGG
FRNSFELFREETACETMILASAFRAF
EDITSDEISTSITATOPCIRRISNAFU
DAFPOUFFSANTAFLATEFESSTAFFD
ETATNOAHPABSTEEG
VHSNORAHADONAIBASEPAYTREMOR
WOOEDDRILLTILLNOWRAGESELOPE
SPUDMOMMIESCTEAMAGNACIDDEF
RASAAIREEBBSRIDQED
WINSLETDICAPRIOREGANSOU
OZONEAMISHELEVENACADEMYAWARDS
VOTEDLEVEEESSENCELUXURYLINER
EDERCHASMTREOSETDSSLAWS
Thu 2/9/2012
ISTOYSERPABST
THRUACMEAREAS
SEARCHOUTLATTE
IWISHUSEASBAIT
NOTERRANYCDS
LOSEAGAMESALE
FRAZIERJAMES
MIDSEASON
DEPOTUNASKED
ESOSRESTSEASY
PTLEELISPPEP
ROYALSEALHOOTS
ENSUECELTICSEA
SICEMTREKHOST
SAILSSOSOSSTS
Fri 10/7/2011
IPODADIAUSEME
NARRATORSPIXAR
MACINTOSHSTPAT
ERATADEPITOME
VOCABUDE
THINKDIFFERENT
TOADYGIFSLIV
AWLSSNITSNINA
LAVSHODOOHED
CREATIVEGENIUS
NEVAOLER
TRUDEAUWESZIP
REMAPSTEVEJOBS
APPLENOSECONES
POSEDATTNNEXT
Sun 3/27/2011GET READY TO ROLL
BUSYREPASTSSSR
ALPESTARSPOTPTA
GADSUSSENATENAG
SNOOPGYSERPBERS
CREAMWARETART
AITARAILMOOD
TROMPINTROSSCAT
UNREPAMOIASU
BASALAMSTELSBOT
TEARUPNEOGENE
CHEWGASLITLODGE
RAGAOLEICHAY
TIGGERTHOUATIT
NOTABADIDEABOU
FIONAALEROBBGUN
AVGLIMECORDIAL
TESTTAMIRESORT
ADOASAHIEVIE
ATARIUNIQUEBETS
SATPREPOUTSAT
HUPKNOWNASCECIL
EPASONYCARNE
NERFKEEPONUMINN
LEISONEBSESO
AJAXALLABOARD
PLAYALIEDOLAFII
RIDCALLSIGNMOOR
EVETHETIMESBUNK
ZEDSHYSTEROLES
Sun 1/30/2011CIRCLE OF LIFE
BRASSMREDRHMMWIG
ADRIANIIIVEXATIOUSIKE
DRAGGEDONENTRACTESNEA
INFRENGAIOISPSDEAR
GOTSOREANNMCLALOOF
NOTARYCOOSNICOLAS
ORCSWACOSHUNITSADATE
NEROETTUTIERODSESTA
HPOWERINJUNASIPORKYP
BRANDENDUREDROPINS
AITIALDDSICALLGRR
CSITWELVEYEARCYCLEROO
KEAIONIAZSAESAABO
HOLIESTOLDCARVENOM
SSKINSNEVDOORSDEMOCR
PIEDMESSTINOHSOALOE
ICEDANCEHAAGUELEGAPS
TAPEREDROTCACROSS
INTWOOWEHUHWAITSON
PENDSNOGMAXIMFOILY
RIGAMARETTOSNEGATIVES
ENOSALARYCAPGOLDENAGE
ZENENDRRUNTWOODS
Fri 1/28/2011
SIMULCASTCOPSE
CRAZYIDEAOMAHA
RADIODIALMEDES
INONEERWENTBY
MINDRUSTYSHAW
PANELSEMSANI
SNAFUVITALSIGN
ANTIVENOM
CASTAWAYSSABOT
RIPRELSHRINE
IRAQASAHITEEM
STRUCKDAZENAP
PATIOJAZZDANCE
EXACTAGELIMITS
DINKYWERETOAST
Sun 12/19/2010HOPE FOR CLEAR SKIES
ONTAPEDAHLADZETHINLY
BOUTONAVIASIAMAENEID
STRIPEMANYMSAGOCROWNS
AFTERDDEIONDHORSE
HOWYOMTURNREDASIDAW
ONADEAPOSGTMUGCDAGE
VERAONERSVICESLYES
GAPPEABRAINSCEY
BENCELESTIALBODIESALB
INUTEROTOORDERONASSIS
DARESAYMEAWAIKIKI
ERSTATTHEESCOREICED
AMERELIRAPLOYJESSE
AMATEURASTRONOMER
TAJBRYANMOEGSUITSAG
ALOMARKENNEDYSWANNS
LITERATITIAMOMAHARANI
LASAGNESTOTEMXRAYSPEX
TOTALLUNARECLIPSE
AGASREOAVGNAME
CASTINGGOESDERASHADOW
OPHELIAINBUILTTEELINE
PEEWEESCOWPOKEONESTAR
Sun 9/19/2010MUSICAL PLAY
JUKEAJARAPSECIERA
OPALLUKEBAHALENTEN
BIZETASABEAVEROLDHAT
MISTARCEDOVERICE
THINKOUTSIDETHEBACHS
CIAYANKEEMAHI
ADITCESCHOPINSPREE
RAREFIESGAINSHIPPO
ALDRINOMSKAEOLIAN
FLYINGOFFTHEHANDEL
EYEOBLAANTIPST
NATIONALLISZTPARTY
ATWORSTWEALOHDEAR
SERRAIHEARMARIETTA
HAYDNGOSEEKDENNEIN
OVIDVOODOOENT
MYBIGFATGRIEGWEDDING
APOGEALEIDERREOS
ERWINSGRASPATSTRAUSS
VELVETIOTACOOTAGUA
ESSESSWAYEDNACHEX
Fri 7/30/2010
STOCKINGSTUFFER
MACHINEREADABLE
AUTOACCESSORIES
SRASARETESFIT
HIVEDONERLISA
UNERESATCOLOR
PESTERERPOTENT
HARDCLAMS
SPEARSHAVEACOW
HINNYBIZETARR
RAFEDUTYOMEGA
INACUTESYELAN
VINTAGECLOTHING
ENTERINTODETAIL
LOSEONESBALANCE
Sat 4/10/2010
PATSAJAKSTOMPS
AQUACADEAERIES
DUTCHMANFLAYER
DIEYINDELMAR
ENESROSEMAZES
DOSIDOPLIEADA
BEQUIETSKIN
NOWYOURETALKING
OVALACDELCO
REXHIHOIDAHOS
DRWHOINGALOUT
TOAMANANGETO
HORDESFUJIFILM
INKJETEGOMANIA
DESICAWEBPAGES
Fri 2/12/2010
GEOMETRICSERIES
ACTIVEINTERESTS
THEDESCENTOFMAN
STAINLESSSTEELS
TARFIR
RAJAHSLARCOWS
OZONEEASETRAP
YOUKNOWTHEDRILL
ALLAPOKYAIOLI
LEEJAKECYGNET
JARFOB
ESSENTIALORGANS
TELLSITLIKEITIS
REALESTATEAGENT
EDMONTONESKIMOS
Sat 12/26/2009
WINDJAMMERABCS
AMERICANMEMAHI
CLAYMATIONFRED
KITIDIGTIMBRE
OKEDINHEATRUB
SENORATILTABE
JONESESTWIT
LETONCHIBALMS
IVESTOYOTAS
VANMONAHOTPOT
EMTANOMIEERLE
JAPERYACREIDA
AREADALAILAMAS
ZIGSONARAMPAGE
ZESTWINECOOLER
Wed 9/30/2009
RALPHWALDORAJ
ICILYAPAIRUKE
OCTADDUBAISRA
TRAEMERSON
NATHANIELNEONS
ATESITUPTL
CHEWMERLAIRS
LOUISAMAYALCOTT
SPLATSEISWAY
IWOIONSEIN
OWLETHAWTHORNE
THOREAUSOB
HIDELMERWALLE
ENGTIARAEMAIL
RYEHENRYDAVID
Sun 7/26/2009STORY CIRCLE
MEDALOPTINDISKS
TEXACOUPTOSNUFFONENIL
ESCROWGUIDERAILSKEINS
CHAINOLMOSENRONINGOT
LANNIPSCERANAH
KAISERSSESAESDOGSTAR
NUBCHICOYONERICASNO
ORUTITANNAGNINERONT
BARLINESNOTIFBEATIFIC
ACESAIDHELLONHL
KOMBUSIUSYESSULTRA
EXISTLOFATVIDEOREHEM
ICSYAOENVYINGCASEVE
TATADIEUSAXENCYCREN
HRSNANSDESEDIONOOAR
STOCKSABOTNEALSUVULA
FOESIRRFGSLRON
ENAMELAMILATEETUDES
JAVAODONGASISAOSTYE
EVASWORDINTHESTONEARI
CALQUESTFORCAMELOTBIZ
THOIPSOFRIARMERCLEE
SONNSAYEANSRAHESS
Fri 7/3/2009
TIMEWARPKEITHS
OSOLEMIOOPTOUT
SAILBOATHOOPLA
CARESSILLSDAG
ACERMOESJOSE
YAWINGBILKS
STESALSAALLIE
WAXWORKLOSTART
AXTONMEADERTS
ZEROGANGELO
IVESLITEBLOC
LAMAUDIATTILA
ADIEUXCOQAUVIN
NETTLEEMULSION
DRYADSREALEASY
Thu 2/19/2009
TMANEMILOHJOY
JERIYODABUENO
MARMEBAYWINDOW
AGEOFHUHS
XRAYOFHOPELIVE
XERCIAEVOKED
TURBANLEGEND
CBERSLIETOADY
RADIOSAMIGOS
URGENTNNEAME
ZEESAWESCRAVEN
DRAXSQUAD
EXTRAEXTRAULNA
MYBADEONSASIS
OZAWASLAPSETH
Fri 11/7/2008
KAWASAKIALIGHT
BRAVEMANMONROE
TAXICABSINCITE
OBISNUTMEGDIS
YINSAKAIIRISH
SAGANINSTORSO
LOSTHAWSOUT
KARAOKEMACHINES
ICESKATEKEN
DANKTASSLAIKA
SPEARISAAKNNW
MEWIMLATEUVEA
ELAPSEGIRLTALK
ALLIEDERICIDLE
LASERSSEEDLESS
Wed 10/15/2008
HOTTIPPEABBC
IPHONEBURBLOO
GRANDPOOBAHURL
HANGPROSOMEGA
SHEDEEMCRAW
WARMSTOCHAT
ASSETHOEHALE
SITBACKANDRELAX
ELECROKATEST
COPAASAJOKE
SMUGLODESAD
BOOSTBANDACME
ANNTALKISCHEAP
BMIELIAOPENTO
YETRIPNAMEIT
Tue 10/7/2008
BRITDWARFBAWL
MENURAVELOHIO
WAFFLECONEYANK
SMOTECOWLMOI
SIMBABOZO
ANDFOODPYRAMID
BOOSOBOENIECE
OCTANTSLEARNOF
MACROUSTAETNA
BLOGOSPHERESST
MEINORNOT
JABLOEWNAGAT
ATOZRUBIKSCUBE
ITOOERIKAERIN
LAMEDOZENTUTS
Fri 9/5/2008
SHARICCUPTARA
TOTEMAUTOPILOT
IMOFFCREDULOUS
REMESTASTEHEE
MIMETICMTDANA
LOCALEAMOI
IVANIWOODNYMPH
DIGINTONIGERIA
SEEAGHOSTTAWNY
LUSTNOSHES
TALMUDILOSTIT
ISAACGMAILPRO
STRIKEOUTEXPEL
CRAZYTALKEELED
HOSEODIEPRESS
Sun 8/24/2008COME FLY WITH ME
LAMBMI5AS1OF4THMAGE
AVERESCTHEDAARIATOM
VENERATEAHYESCILANTRO
CUTALONGTHEDOTTEDLINE
TOYOTAISRAEL
APOSTAPCASAUTO
CULFOLDTHROUGHEACHNOI
CHEROKEEHYDRASPOONFED
LABRATSOILTEARFUL
MENSPAIROFNUMBERSCROW
PADITSELFPALESTLOW
3SETSTADKUMSTEP2
EROICACLEARERBOARDS
IKONHARVESTEURO
INTHEGRIDSEQUENTIALLY
JOEYSEENYPDASSLOES
ANE3RSETSBY2BAH
BODEGASPAPAYASSUCROSE
ULM5AGAINST4POE
PICOASTRTILTWIKI
GOTHROWTHEPAPERAIRPLANE
POORIDEAEATERNOVELLAS
SPREADERDO1INESSAYIST
Fri 8/22/2008
RUSSIANLANGUAGE
INTERLEAGUEPLAY
ASANALTERNATIVE
THRONESENRICOS
AUERRAGESMATH
STRAGGLEDSENTA
SLEETVESTED
RICUNSAFERESE
EMOTESTINTO
PALOSMARESNEST
IGORCENTRENTO
PISTOLARADIOER
INSURANCEBROKER
NEARESTRELATIVE
GREENHOUSEGASES
Fri 5/16/2008
JACUZZIWHASSUP
EVASIONAAMILNE
TOPSPOTVIBRANT
SCISMILERSYEA
FATESMITSMERL
ADAMSANOCARVE
NONSTICKPARSED
POLYGEMS
SQUAWKFACEBOOK
OUNCEDIVLANCE
DIKEDOJOSRETE
AXEDORITOSMAP
COMPILETOWLINE
ATPEACEETAILER
NETIZENSHYNESS
Thu 4/3/2008
LEVIHADACSCLS
OXENALIBICPEA
CARDLYLIONSAAB
ERNASAINNSRI
EMORYULEETNN
DYNEAMPRECUSE
COCOASDUROS
WHERESTHEBEEF
CHIDECRITES
AENEIDEVATHAW
BETDADELAUGH
ULEAIRMBABEY
NODERIDEEMCBOY
GUAMYEARNELLE
ATTSCSHEDREDS
Fri 3/14/2008
USBANKSOAPSUDS
NORTONAPPLEPIE
CHAMPAGNEBOTTLE
LESECARDWAILS
ELSEKEEPSELOI
SPRATAMATETNN
AMATOLOGRES
METONYMEUROPOP
NOMADMILANO
NIMFAREDEARED
EDAMNYLONROTC
BAYATJUTESDOA
UHOHSPAGHETTIOS
LORRAINEDECENT
ASSERTEDAMUSES
Mon 3/12/2007
ODDERAHABHAHA
CRONYTOFUIMAX
CONTENTSFRAGILE
UNOYETISHELL
RETAKENROAD
SKIDAMPATTY
INTANDEMANYHOO
VIAKEEPDRYIRK
ENCASELETMESEE
SAKERTESPAS
RHEASCHTICK
ADLAITIERDOI
PROTECTFROMHEAT
TINEPOSTSAULT
SPEDROOSGYPSY

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