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38 puzzles by Mel Rosen
with Jeff Chen comments

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14 Shortz Era Daily crosswords by Mel Rosen

Thu 11/3/2016
CALFSSWIGHELL
ADULTAEROASIA
BAGAECLAIMSPAM
SEEEATSATHOME
ARNIEDOT
ONAAINOFFAAIN
DARTETROUDOE
OJAIFARERHONE
RATALDATIRED
AREETODISAREE
DVRNAIAD
JAMESIIYSLSPF
AVERSTAEMANAER
ZEALTAUSLEGGO
ZONESLATABYSM

AG rebus, four long entries containing two rebi apiece. I must admit, I've thought about this for a few days, and I still can't come up with the rationale behind the theme. AG is the elemental symbol for silver, but is there a reason to put two silvers into each theme answer? Perhaps there's some clever phrase, like TWO-AG or AG PAIR that I don't know about? Most curious.

My preference for rebi is to have some raison d'etre, a revealer to explain why certain letters have been rebusized. (Rebified?) CRUSHED ICE was one that stuck out to me a while back, for example. So I would have loved to have one of the answers somehow give me an a-ha moment of "oh, THAT'S why two AG boxes are shoved into each long across answer!"

Some nice "theme answers," my favorites ON AGAIN / OFF AGAIN and AGREE TO DISAGREE. Then again, there's something oppositional about these two entries that made me so badly want the others to be equally oppositional, for consistency's sake. Ah well.

I liked some of the fill, like FLORISTS and especially HASHT(AG), the latter even better since it incorporated one of the rebus squares. I really like when rebus squares get featured, both in the across and the down directions.

Conversely, I really don't like when rebus squares are integrated into subpar answers. Any sort of variant is generally to be avoided, so (AG)ISM (usually AGEISM) is unfortunate. Every has their own preference on what type of crossword glue is the worst — for me, variants are right up there. I'll usually do anything to avoid a variant.

There will probably be questions about ARNIE as a [Noted "army" leader]: that's Arnold Palmer's legion of fans in the old days, nicknamed "Arnie's Army."

The clue for FLORISTS was mystifying, too, at least until I figured out that the "glad" of [Glad handlers?] is talking about the gladiolus flower, which it seems is sometimes called a "glad."

I'm pretty sure there isn't a rationale for why there are two AGs in each theme answer, but I'm really curious now if anyone can come up a phrase that would have made for a perfect revealer. ADDED NOTE: I really like Matt Gaffney's suggestion: "FILL" SILVERS!

Sat 4/12/2014
COLBERTBUMPCHE
EVERSOSORRYOAR
LEGISLATURENIN
TROTARSODISTS
INSMAOSUIT
ASGARDVIRGIL
HEELSDARKSTARS
ALOEHASTEATOI
BACKBENCHFREON
ASIAGOSETSTO
DOCENTSBAY
ONHIGHOAFAWES
LIIHEATSENSORS
CONARCTICOCEAN
ENGMYCOLOGISTS

Quite a lot of good stuff packed into the grid today. As always, a big part of themeless construction is the race to debut a nice entry. I'm surprised that GEOCACHING took so long to make its first appearance, especially considering its popularity among the puzzling crowd. I hadn't heard about it until a few years ago but really enjoyed my first time at it, finding something hidden in the local arboretum. I really like the entry and am guessing it's a keeper; something that will stand the test of time.

It's too bad that these newer entries aren't well-known enough across the country that a clever clue can be used. Too often, these freshies need to be clued with something like you'd see out of the dictionary, because being too clever would befuddle a large majority of Will's solvers. Similarly, the COLBERT BUMP is such a recent term that anything but the definitional [Popularity boost due to ...] would be way too tough. As it is, I could barely suss it out (I don't watch Colbert). Perhaps it will stand the test of time, but if I had to pick, I think GEOCACHING is the one people will still recognize 10 years from now. COLBERT will certainly be remembered, especially given his taking over for Letterman, but COLBERT BUMP... well, we'll see.

Mel does a great job packing in all sorts of stuff, my favorites being MR ROARKE (I snuck in episodes of Fantasy Island as a kid) and DARK STARS (the nerd in my shining through — or not (pun intended)). It's a combination of great stuff at the price of a few not-as-great entries, the usual sort of ATOI, ERAT, SSNS kind of stuff.

Stacked 11's (in the NW and SE) are very tough arrangements. The longer they are, the more likely there will be compromises. I like the 11's themselves (EVER SO SORRY is quite nice, and I personally really like MYCOLOGISTS) but it's tough to not get an URU or ACC or ASCI across those long stacks.

Additionally, using stacked 11's means blocks of 3's (in the NE and SW). Often that's no issue whatsoever, but a combination of random Roman numeral (LII) and ENG made that SW stick out a bit for me.

Finally, a beautiful Saturday clue which stood out today: [They often provide illumination in galleries]. I went through ARC LAMPS, LED LIGHTS, SPOTS, any sort of lighting options I could reel off. What a beautiful a-ha moment when I realized that the type of illumination (informational) was totally different than I had been thinking. I would love an entire Saturday puzzle full of these!

Tue 3/11/2014
STALEASAPMASH
TOTESRIGAIDEA
AFOOTSTIRALIS
BUMSAROUNDTINA
TANONABET
GLAZEDPANE
LUNESBURMAROAD
ILIACURIEEGGO
BULLNOSEDBERET
BOSEMELEES
UPTICKAHA
MANNBUTTONWOOD
PROBOCHOBILBO
ETTUOLINADDIN
DYEDKANEGEESE

I like a puzzle that reminds me spring is around the corner (fingers crossed). A real treat to see crocuses starting to emerge as I go for long runs, so a puzzle themed on IN BUD was very welcome. Four phrases are (sort of) IN BUD, i.e. they have the letters BU and D at their ends.

BUMS AROUND is a great answer; snazzy stuff. And I smiled at BUTTONWOOD — it's a nice enough entry in itself, but it made me think how incredible this theme would be if there were four entries which satisfied the BU*D pattern AND were actually things that were currently in bud? Anyway, too much to hope for, methinks.

interesting layout today, one which sort of segments the grid into nine subsections. I don't mind the NW and the SE, but generally I think it's best to avoid sectioning off the NE and SW so severely. To me, it takes away from the overall flow of a crossword, choking down to a single entry which must be figured out (ON A BET or UPTICK) to move through that necking point.

I also found the placement of revealer a bit inelegant, as it's in a random-ish spot of the grid. I would have preferred IN BUD to be where UMPED is, for example. This is simply a personal preference — having a revealer with no symmetrical entry is perfectly fine but feels so much cleaner if it's in a margin or at the final across entry.

Not a lot of long fill today, but COOKBOOK carried a nice clue to it, and PARDON ME could only have been made better by referring to the old Grey Poupon ad. (I can't tell you how many times my brother and I have giggled over that old commercial.) And BEAN BAG is a great entry in the grid.

The short fill... usually short fill is like a chief of staff: the best you can hope for is you don't notice anything. If the chief has done his/her job well (see: Doug Stamper on House of Cards), everything runs like a machine, no knocks or pings. Today, I would have liked to see the west section smoothed out (ILIA and ANIL); same for the north (AGIN). Sometimes a constructor puts in "weird" entries on purpose (Tracy Gray's PLAGE for example) which I find perfectly fine — one of those here or there is acceptable, even desirable. And while both ILIA and ANIL are generally things one sees outside of crosswords, when seen together, they stick out (in my opinion).

Anyway, nice themers today, I really liked BULL-NOSED too (I have many pairs of BULL-NOSED pliers; they're extremely useful) and BURMA ROAD was a fun one to look up.

Spring has sprung! (as I sit in a coffee shop looking at the cold rain)

Sun 6/16/2013QUESTION BOX
TTOPSHIGHBROWROSE
HOPUPAMIEYEAHSOPIE
IFAGIRAFFEHASFOURTEEN
NFLKOSTHUMPSTAURUS
NETETALIITRINARY
MORETHANAWALRUSAND
IVANVNOGSEEMEHMS
SIZEDESPTARIOT
ODEMARTTOPSSIBERIA
TADAREPOTELOPERS
SMARMANERATORAH
MALABARPARTSPLOT
ARAPAHOSMASHAUXSAG
SIMSATMARCZERO
HOOGRAFTTNTCORED
ASQUIRRELHASHALFAS
RATSOUTGIBERSORA
ODESSASUNOCOSUVTWA
MANYASAPIGWHATARETHEY
AGARIRENEETASUSONE
NEMOKEGSRYESPORTS
Fri 7/16/2010
SCANSCAMSNARE
OHBEARTYNIPAT
REBSMILLIONTHS
EARTHSCIENCE
SPELUNKSTOPHIM
VEREENONIONY
FBILATENENNIS
LOAFDEVILSEGO
ENTOMRELETYON
EGERIAREGRAB
RODENTSDRAYAGE
WOOKIEEPEDIA
RUMORMILLSSGTS
AMOREMITTHEME
DANDDSEASAROD
Sun 1/10/2010CROSS WORDS
STEELERAGHASSHADES
NOSCORERHONETAPESUP
ALTOONAMOTORELANTRA
PLANNEDRUEDEPARTIAL
ESSOSMELLINGSTUM
MAPISSZERORANG
BEMYGUESTPERONTETON
ETOATMSSRSWINOETA
LUNARITALOFLOOREDIT
LITHBLEWOVERNOSE
ASHOREPRAIRIESOREAT
RATAANNMARIEIAGO
ORGANSTOPCARONLEGAL
MHODYESDESDUPELIE
SETBYOTOESREPRESENT
KOOLFITSDENEST
SODSATOMISTSACHS
CALCIUMALEROWEATHER
ELEKTRAWATERANTIART
SLEEKLYATESTGOTOSEA
SPRAYSNERTSSLYNESS
Sat 9/2/2006
LINCSPIKEJONZE
ONEOMINISERIES
ADENUNITPRICES
DIDNTGETGEESE
SLOWLYWHEN
PETEYGAUNTLET
DONEEQUITSEXE
ESOSSUITSTAPA
LESFOALSWAFER
IDEALISTFINER
DALIBANZAI
SAGETFRIGATES
WINECOOLERNINE
ADAMANDEVEINCA
NEWSREADERAGES
Wed 1/11/2006
APPALSEWNAKA
PREGOCREELAM
EIGHTEENTWELVE
KLMASINNUNN
RIMYONEHUNDRED
OKEEFFEERASER
CESARGIGI
THIRTYSEVEN
DARNEWERS
BESAMESUREBET
FIFTYSEVENSULU
AGFAELSELAB
TWOTHOUSANDSIX
AIROASTAGAZE
HGTEKESPETER
Fri 9/13/2002
POWERLUNCHAMPS
AFICIONADOVEEP
SIMULCASTSANTA
STPLARATENDER
HELMTENTERS
SPRITEMELVILLE
CREESGERRYEON
REIDSEAMYEYRE
APTCENTSCUERS
PRENAMESCARVES
MORANISDRNO
EVADESPAIDGAB
TITIOPENSESAME
ADENFERTILIZER
LESETAKESAPART
Mon 4/9/2001
ELLENRIPSTEIN
LIETOEMUHORDE
BANCSDILLINGER
ONTHEPODIUMOAF
WESEEECOON
PAWSWINSOME
SNAILOATIMAX
WINNINGTHEPRIZE
ACADAPTRICES
BELARUSFEES
GROGMRSRCA
EYETHREECHEERS
LASSITUDEITSOK
ALIENNOSDOONE
LUCCIACTENDED
Sun 1/12/1997Theme: I Wanted To Be a...
COULDDACHAOPERATBSP
OSTEOETHANPAPALHEIRS
ICIERTBIRDEROSEAGGIE
LACKEDHANDSONEXPERIENCE
SRANERTSBEVYESTEEM
COSISEREBONSTDS
TRADEINSTOLFLOE
WASUNDERCAPITALIZEDPAM
APIECEHALSALENEALAMO
STALECORYSPENDDROPIN
IANSTEPSCOINAGE
RUBBEDPEOPLETHEWRONGWAY
ENRAGESRIATAHAM
SCOURSFALLSSAABTISCH
ELIDEMATEOAMIRNICOLO
TELTALKEDMYSELFOUTOFIT
LIEDOILSUNSNAPS
EMILLIDTRUSTETC
SONATASEATELSIEBAH
QUITWHENPUSHCAMETOSHOVE
UNTIELOATHARECASINAI
EDINAALCOAPARTYELGIN
SOAKNOENDABYSSSTOLE
Fri 11/1/1996
AHSOIMAMCAR
BATMOBILEREFER
ENLIVENEDALTAR
ESOTERICABLESS
TRIMLABORS
MANILAMINISTER
AGONYDESKSARE
ZINGFILTHASTI
ETSDOVESPUTON
LAKEERIECATERS
TILTEDTOTO
TILDEECONOMIST
DOLESNONVIABLE
SNERTDIGESTION
SDSSLAYEDEN
Sun 10/15/1995Retronyms
ALASPYEDAMPHEAPS
SAVESIONAOLIOASCOT
PRINTJOURNALISMSPOOR
EVASIONOTTOTEMPUBI
CATRYELIARISOSAD
TEESREALCREAMOFFTHE
CHIRPISMEDELI
CANOEDRFDASITACET
UNARMEDLARCHTEARGAS
METESREAMERDANSEUSE
SMUDAYBASEBALLITT
HOROLOGEGEMINIOATES
ANALYZEFETEDCARFARE
WELLSERESEXSCORNS
BIENORCSIDAHO
WALESASNOWSKIERTRAP
AMOICECETESUREMU
RONGLOWKAATALCAZAR
SEDGEROTARYTELEPHONE
ABEAMGOADSLATTENDS
WASPSIDLEERSMEAT
Sun 1/9/1994All Grown Up
ETNADADABORESAYE
LOAFSELANENACTLORE
BUTTERFLYTRACTORDURA
OCTLEISFETESOPERAS
WHIFFLEPAGEDENOTE
SELLDEERINGOVERLAD
RYESYAMSOBIIND
DOTTERATONLUFFS
PSTCHARLESSHEEPBOAT
ATHIRISUCLAELIXIR
TOENAILSCRUMPLIABLE
TOKILLAHEMPELTALA
EGANLIONREPORTERGEM
DEREKDICEMASTER
ASAONTACADSAPS
ATTPALKANGAROOPLUS
THERUBEENSDENSEST
LEGATOBLANDIDEOAPE
ASONMYLITTLEBIRDADEE
WEAKBEAMEEMITEMEND
STSSABERRUDYADDS

24 pre-Shortz crosswords by Mel Rosen

Sun 4/17/1983BREAKFAST TIME
CASPARSALADRADARARCS
ASPIREERATOENUREGOAL
SHAKESPEARECONTEMPORARY
TUNEIAMBSRTESECARTE
ERGESNESVISETAUEES
TATILINOSWELLDDT
EQUIVOCATESONANISSUE
RUNNERRODINBOLTSLIP
AIDESRATITEARDSPNOM
STUDWAGONISEETACOS
EELVINOCUTERAESOPS
ANICKNAMEFORSIMPSON
ATTACKVALORNEOSSAD
CHIMECEILLANASATRI
RAVIBENDSTEPINSTAMP
TENSRAGETRAINSCONES
GIVESENCOURAGEMENTTO
PORFETEDAMENNINE
ENETNTELASSLATEJAG
LEVIEDADZEENOCHCONE
AWEDDINGORBANQUETSALUTE
GARENORMADAUBSOXALIS
EYESGROSSAMISSNEWEST
Fri 2/26/1982
ATOMIZEHEARTEN
CAKEBOXACQUIRE
OPALINESTUDENT
REPSECTSAYRES
RIADUELS
PRETEENHAHA
STRAFEDAVENUE
ARRIVEDSKIRTER
STOLENTUESDAY
HAYSSPONDEE
ELENADOR
SHAVEUDINEROW
CAMERASECLOGUE
OVERAGESELVAGE
PENATESTRAINED
Thu 6/18/1981
APIANCARSSWAT
LOTTOADESTARO
PETITMOVEDOVER
STOPOVERSONETO
UELESWEDES
ELITESBON
STENOSDISBURSE
STAFFWAGUPOLU
HEROINESSTOVER
TUBCONNED
ALLOYSOHIO
RAISEOVERTONES
OVERTURESORATE
MAGIMARTUNITE
ALECPLAYTELAR
Sat 9/1/1979
ANALYSESTRIPOD
CAMOMILERELIVE
AMERICANENAMEL
DIRERMATEDIRA
INCSSITESHELM
AGEACTONGENOA
GOERTARTAR
CAESARSTETRODE
ASTUTEPOPE
KOINECOPESVAS
ENOSSALLEBERN
SELPAREEPOLLO
AMATOLMANEUVER
LATENTISOPRENE
ENERGYCEMENTED
Tue 4/3/1979
JEZEBELZAMBEZI
ISOTONEAREOLAS
BANANASPERCALE
SUETBIOGAMER
LOCALE
REVERENTLYSPAS
OXALISAPEPLIE
AILEDAMSFLAME
SLIMAXEORATED
TEDSDETONATORS
SELENE
MARATRASWASH
AMORITEGISARME
ZEBULONEZEKIEL
EXEGETERECEDED
Tue 7/4/1978
ERRORZEALOLAF
MAUVEEDGEDECO
INDEPENDENCEDAY
TIERROYSLOIRE
CAABANNER
DAYAFTERDAY
ABOLTSORBVOLT
MEWLASSAYELIA
EELSNASIBRIER
DAYINDAYOUT
BASSETANA
ESTESORALNODE
THANKSGIVINGDAY
TENNALTEORATE
ANDAPEERTYLER
Sat 11/5/1977
NOSECONESAFAR
OPERATIVERIGOR
RUMINATEDANGLO
ASINRENUMBERED
SURELYSESS
PISADONUTS
ARNESSUARSAC
CATCHERSHAPING
EYEENESNOOTS
REDSEAURNS
WELLEMBERS
INEVIDENCELOGO
STAIDRELEGATED
HAVREGRAVAMINA
LEASESTERASES
Sat 10/1/1977
CALFMEANSDAMP
ALIIANNULOLEO
TARNZANTELOIN
TREASUREELLENS
NAMESPCA
GARCIADISTRACT
ORIELMILOSTAR
ORASSIMONPARA
DALBONESRILES
SYSTOLESWEALTH
ENVYTRIS
GRANDETWENTIES
LOONNORIAEDGE
ERNECHECKREAP
EYERYOKESSALT
Thu 4/21/1977
HAHSROMANDADA
OLEOELEMIUSED
PLAYINGWITHFIRE
SIDTEALREFER
STEWSJAPE
CATERSSETTLING
HERESHOSEAMOE
IRONCARTSSPTS
PINBORESMARAT
SEGMENTSREFUSE
ONCERATED
TEPEEMOVEEAR
TEMPTPROVIDENCE
ISMETAMESECTO
STATSTASHLESS
Tue 2/15/1977
NAPCRABBSTAS
IGORMENLOTHEM
GREATDANESEERO
HATTERBULLDOG
INSETNOLO
DADOSDESPAGES
OROEPURESRSVP
INGDECREEDTEA
LIMPSTINGYAND
YEARNSETNORSE
TOURROWAN
POINTERAMEBAE
INCACHOWHOUNDS
ETATTONIOPADS
DOLEOSTEOISE
Tue 9/28/1976
GABSMADASEATS
IDEAANENTXRAY
FRATERNITYCAIN
TYRESASISALLE
ENDMCLIV
PINNERSSENATOR
ESOEPIPETERI
SERGESANDTWEEDS
ORIELSTAOTIE
SEAMIERKNISHES
SAROSSCI
QUITSGEOENDUE
UNDOTENDERNESS
ETONARTELEVES
SOLETSARSRARE
Mon 8/2/1976
HANDRAPIDASHE
ALAEETHNOGLOW
MOSEYALONGRACE
STAREDATSMACKS
SMEWBLANK
ASKERBUILDERS
TRAINGROFENEE
STUNDIANEBING
AINHELIOCANTO
RETRACEDBADGE
EARLSGILA
CORNEATRAMPLES
ABIESNAILSPACE
PONESEAMYLICE
PEGSEASESEDEN
Mon 7/12/1976
DAWNHAPPYMOVE
EZIOOCHREACER
CONVENTIONSITES
AVEVIOLADOPT
SENNMADE
CASINGNOMINATE
AGHAHEROSBOA
PROMISEANYTHING
EERNOILSODER
SENATORSVARESE
RUNSTATA
THEIRSISIJAW
SECONDINGSPEECH
AMOSOHARAMERE
RILENIGELPREY
Sat 5/8/1976
ACTSAWAKEAFRO
COATSEMISPROF
HOPECHESTSHOOF
SLAPPEDTENANT
PARRESIST
VIBESMENLIST
ENOSCATSLATED
ETSFAIRWAYALY
PROVENERGPLEA
OMARDAYORLON
BLAMEDODE
DULLESELEVATE
GIDETOPOGRAPHY
ANDYATRIAISER
BEYSLOONSLENE
Mon 2/9/1976
STPAULSRIPOSTE
SOUNDERENISLES
HOTDOGSMUTTERS
TESSCOSHERE
OBISWAVESPAN
NONADIMETOI
DOGSLIFESWUNG
EMOTIVESHINGLE
SNAKEHOUNDDOG
TIESEATSOVA
FOHNDORPAGED
APEHOURPODS
REDDOGSCURDLES
CROATIAAMELIAS
EAGLETSSPLEENS
Sun 7/13/1975FULLER EXPLANATIONS
SIGHPARAABBOTASHY
MAORIALIBIFLAREACTOR
EXTINCTBIRDTABLESCRAPS
LEANDERSALTBYEICERS
UNITHEATSTER
DORPRCAPARCANEARS
FURORWORMEXCLAMATIONS
ORIBIIDESTETANAELMAN
PREENEDSNEESVALESAKI
SANCEESELFTILERNIP
TAELSPETREOIMAGES
SASSTECHORGSIGOR
SPLASHRYEAMPTINED
IONSTRAWMAIMADEOCA
NOUSTRONLORCAGOESFAR
ELRODERASEMANSENEWLY
WESTERNSTATELIEDTRALA
DESPOTEMIRFANRARA
UTESNAZIDADA
ERATOTSETUBSGONDOLA
BITTERVETCHNEEDLECASES
AREASALICEIRENEEVENS
RESTCERESSPATSYST
Mon 2/10/1975
SHADEMUDADO
RENOODINOLIOS
SANGRINDGINZA
DOGINTHEMANGER
EVESRIPE
SCAREIDLELAD
PURESTVOLDUDE
ARILADAGEONDE
TEESMONRAGGED
EDSDEGSUSERS
SOSOWILT
GOINGTOTHEDOGS
ASNAGDOEROILY
METREERRSTBAR
SOLDRYEHEMS
Sun 6/9/1974MALEFACTORS
AMOSPARSEWIPES
IGNISPINIONNATURAL
MATSUMANSPREROGATIVE
ILOTFATTESTASECOX
TONEAPEIFFYAFAR
SPIRITSGIVEAFRA
SOOTHARNETHEARTS
LEEDAVEHANTHAL
TOFEARONERESTHEVAS
RELASHDRYRARERATE
INARUNAPTENTEROGEE
AERYBOLAOXAOFFEND
DUESBRIMNITAFEISTY
SUBATNOELULPIN
PUGREESTERPENVOY
LADERODELATERAL
OWLSSOSOPARNOME
ACHEUROLEOOILTIME
WHISTLERSFATHERRIDER
EELIESTHERONSBOERS
RENTEORKNEYINS
Wed 12/5/1973
ALPLIMBHEL
MISTEVOESAZOF
PFEIFFERCOLLEGE
STUARTSKNOCKED
DRAYMOSSY
STOATWONTOPHS
TECSKINTINHAT
ELAREGIMENLEO
MERSEYTAXBEMA
SOPHSROWLOGOS
AUGERBAUM
WELLMETSACRALS
PTOLEMAICSYSTEM
ARNOSKEATEINE
ESTERNECAW
Sun 4/22/1973WIRE SERVICE
CATODORRAPSUNIT
MEAGRERULEOSRICPONE
ASSAULTANDBATTERYPAGED
POTEDENEAGLESDOEETO
SPENDERASTAREBCRISES
CURRENTEVENTSAVOTRE
SCRAPADDDENARLON
ALEAMIGDUEEALING
WEIGENERATIONGAPTAURO
ONIONAMONDOURANNES
ENDSPARKNOTDES
CHARGEOFTHELIGHTBRIGADE
LARDDEELEAEIRE
OMEGAALANSOAKLATER
DENIMPOWERSTRUGGLEZIP
SAPPHOLOOYESTRES
PEEPSTSPAROMIAMI
CAMERASHOCKABSORBER
HEARSTHASALESGENERAL
ERGASEVISTASMINTAZO
MANONTHEELECTRICCIRCUS
TENDHENRIEONSHOTELS
ETESASSTSWATNED
Wed 2/14/1973
AMURRAGAAGRA
GRUNTELANNEON
REFLECTIVEGNAT
ANTIHIKEFEUDS
MAISORECALF
TAKERECALLS
ADELESETAEAT
SUEDEALLDUCKY
ARFWAXYRENTE
MALAISEMUSS
EFFSRIBEAST
NACREKILLALLO
ETTAINFLECTION
AMOIRILERENTS
LORDSTERIDES
Tue 11/2/1971
GAVEISBRADS
AGONAGNIAIMEE
LOCALGOVERNMENT
AVERENIDRUT
DELEGATINGLIDO
ELMSAGAMACE
ELIGOTHGAZA
MANDATESILENCE
OUSTPALLIHI
DROPFRICZAR
LEISELECTORATE
EATWAACERAT
PRIMARYELECTION
EMEEREDENEONS
RESTSREXNEF
Sun 1/24/1971INFLATION
SAMITEOCHEREBBBBS
IMIDESORALEIRABALI
CATOTENTAILSGARPIKES
HELENAWRAITHSIDEAS
SITENOTIPERKY
REDONOSEDSAHLESS
AMOREEXITHISDOM
SIXANDELEVENCENTSTORE
LANDEDREMORAELIZAS
CHETPRIVAUGERS
RATOASIELAELLENEY
INWORNGALASNIT
AVOCETHUSTLESHEBAT
TICKLESTHEEIGHTYNINES
ALEDONSANAGLINT
NSFLOIRRONDOKLEE
SITKAETNADORP
ANSERMRNIXONSCORIA
CAFEMENUSEVENTHSENSE
KNOTELMENATEISOGON
SERGYPSOLIDDESERT
Mon 12/28/1970
GATOSTRAPCRI
ODORTRIPECHIS
YETIRUMPUSROOM
ASHESMELOUSTS
ELLIPSEUSES
BURSALISH
AVEBITTENECHO
NEAPARIESDIOR
EARLDARKENGAL
ADSROTARY
CUTETWITTER
ARLENIANTABLE
FANNYBRICESUIT
ANASPETALETNA
REEEDENSSTET