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42 puzzles by Robyn Weintraub
with Jim Horne comments

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Robyn Weintraub

Robyn Weintraub, of Rye Brook, New York, has been constructing crosswords for more than a decade. She's a member of the in-house puzzle team at The New Yorker. When she's not making puzzles she's volunteering for the League of Women Voters trying to save democracy, or playing in her garden.

Fri 7/29/2022
ATARIBEESCAB
BASICCABLEBOLO
ITSMEAGAINAMIE
TATSROYCAREER
HALFTAMRON
ISPOKETOOSOON
DELTARAGESDDS
EROSPITASPORK
AFTBICEPNOWAY
DRINKSAREONME
SEENASROTH
DIVESTATLPLOP
ANISAPRILFOOLS
MACESHOESTORES
PIESIDSCHEST

Attend the tale of Titus Andronicus.

Jim here, sitting in for Jeff Chen who is unsuccessfully skipping stones. I'm excited (well, excited and scared) to credit Robyn Weintraub for including one of my favorite crossword gimmicks. NYT headline writers are famous for little in-jokes that might include, say, an innocuous near-quote from a musical. They do this knowing only a percentage of the readers will notice but those that do will get a jolt of joy.

Today at 58-Across, we're asked to remember an obscure Shakespearean gastronomic detail. Well, the detail isn't obscure, it's the climax of the story, but the gory play itself is seldom performed and is considered bottom-shelf Bard. The PIES in question are more Mrs. Lovett than Sara Lee. As Lavinia cleans off her plate, she learns that her murdered sons were baked into that tasty meat pie. Yuck, right? But also (maybe) hey, I knew that!

A more familiar gimmick is the fake sex reference. You knew "Fun times between the sheets" wasn't going to be naughty, but it's an example of the general category of clues that foil your first assumption. "Hall of fame collaborator" has nothing to do with The Hall of Fame. Pay attention to those capital letters! "Lead-in to street name" has nothing to do with names of streets. Slang is fair game. "It looks better with curls" has nothing to do with your own beautiful locks.

Many people assume RIM SHOT (4-Down) is some percussion "flourish" that involves a quick ta-da-dum and a cymbal crash. This is wrong. It's a single shot with a drumstick that hits the rim and the head of a snare drum simultaneously. I don't know where that other notion comes from. (If the drummer repeats a rim shot, is there a repercussion?)

Leviticus 11 does indeed prohibit eating PORK (37-Across), but that barely scratches the surface of what you are enjoined to not just avoid but even detest. It is fascinating reading. If you're a biblical textualist, you have your work cut out for you.

POW Fri 6/3/2022
LOGICOTISTILT
OPENINGACTEMIR
BANKROLLEDNONO
OLECREEPDUVET
SUMSLAUREN
CANOLABARTER
EBOLAFANCYTHAT
LEVARIREFREDO
STARFLEETRARER
SPIELSDECENT
SCALEDWEEK
PHONETEENSMOM
RATECRUNCHTIME
EVILBIRDHOUSES
PEASSPOTPEONS
Fri 3/11/2022
PABSTFICAMBAS
IHAVETORUNERIE
TABULARASALIME
ABEKENTODES
WOESORANGE
DEFINITEMAYBE
OVINEREVEALED
GENTATARILOCI
GREENLITALARM
DROPDOWNMENUS
BIGTOEROAR
RONAPLANFEW
SWIMCOUPONCODE
VINEBONUSROUND
PEGSSLAPATLAS
Fri 1/7/2022
ACNEGAMERUSTS
THOROPENIDAHO
TONITHATSSOYOU
ICANDOITCENSUS
COPENDSRA
HORSECOINFLIP
SOLOSWARPDRIVE
ELOPEERRSIMON
TIGERLILYHAIRS
ICYSTAREDIRTY
WMDTONECO
ANEMIASHEEPDOG
DOZENROSESURAL
AGREEUNTOMUSE
MOATSISAKANTS
Fri 10/22/2021
AMPLEELLATHU
RELAXLEASTAOS
NAILPOLISHOKRA
INEARNESTEYES
ETSEONLASSES
MSNHEATAMY
CASEDISMISSED
LETTHATSINKIN
GENERATIONGAP
EFTANATAFT
STUPIDITOCHO
TRONPOKERCHIP
SOILGOONSTRIKE
EWOKOUZOWOVEN
ANNDREWOPEDS
POW Fri 8/27/2021
STAMPCODAGRIT
AILEYATONOENO
CLEARSKIESEDNA
SEXTAPESWASHED
MATTEETER
MARGINOFERROR
ALOUDPALMORBS
COSISPREEFIAT
HEEDPECKSANKA
BEFOREIFORGET
RUBENSNEO
BOSONSBELTSOUT
IMHOOHISTHATSO
LEEKROTIESTER
LOSSSEESSHORT
POW Fri 7/9/2021
LAMPOPTEDBLTS
OHIOPARSEREIN
GOLDMEDALSOSLO
EYECANDYCLOSER
AXELMEEKEST
BEDSIDEMANNER
ROOTSBYRDSEPA
INNSCORKSSVEN
ESTGLAREPOISE
GOWITHTHEFLOW
EPIPENSPERT
DIVINGFREESPIN
IDEASNAILSPACE
TAUTTWICEOPEC
HYPEOAREDTASK
Sun 6/6/2021 OLIO
ACTORSADREPSCAMPERS
FROMEARTOEARPOWERNAP
LINEITEMVETOAMARETTO
AMENDTOEDPARERPIET
TESSBASSFERRIEDCAL
BRITHOLDONUNITE
SPATIALMELLOWCRANES
HIGHESTBIDDERCOSIGNS
REHABHOGGEDMOOLA
IPADRENNERSAILEDOFF
NASPERNODBARNEYNIL
ENTERTAINWINKEDHALO
COUPEBONDEDDOULA
BIGOTRYFORGETABOUTIT
ALANONBROKERPATRONS
LOGONTEEMEDRHYS
DVRSPEAREDHERSLORE
NEETALTERPEPAMANIA
EYEROLLSASIWASSAYING
SOLARIUMNOTEVENCLOSE
SUSPENSEGLADELEANER
POW Fri 4/23/2021
ABETSAMEXRIOT
DRAWLLIMEWEDGE
AERIEBRUSHFIRE
MALTESEAUDEN
SKYPARAPETS
FRONTROWSEATS
STRIVEBEEFFRO
ERODEDIMOTTER
TISROOTPRIEST
HOTAPPLECIDER
MASERATITIM
FIBERMANCAVE
IDONTCARENOSIR
TEDDYBEARENTER
SAYSSRTAREEDY
POW Fri 1/29/2021
FEZESPSTAMP
EXESSLEEPERCAR
ATRATERRACOTTA
TROMBONETRUSTY
SACEVADEET
SHARESENTOPT
PANTPUBTRIVIA
PINTAEMUERECT
ACCENTRUGCORK
LYEDEPPMINTY
LENSMOPHEF
SATIREDONEDEAL
PARENTHOODATTY
CRISISMODELOEB
APPLEMRSPRY
Fri 11/27/2020
AMONGIGAASAP
POKERFOOLDULL
STONEHENGEBRIO
EEKAMOUSEBLEEP
LSDTHROWN
CARRIESATORCH
ARIANALEGKYLO
LENDSHERTENAM
MAGIMIXCORONA
BANANASFOSTER
SELECTILL
STATEHULASKIRT
NORIBILLTHECAT
OVERANTSENEMY
WEREMTADORAL

CFLAT is a tough word to clue. There are no famous orchestral works in that key. It's the enharmonic equivalent of B Major (five sharps), so there's no obvious reason to go to the trouble of writing music in C Flat (seven flats.)

Ms. Weintraub's clue is "Harpist's home key." That's brilliant, and it's mostly true, especially for modern Concert Harps, the kind you see in orchestras. It does raise the question, why are harps tuned to such an awkward key?

To understand, you need to know how harps work. There are seven strings per octave (like the seven white keys on a piano), the strings are color-coded according to their letter names, and there are pedals that stretch the strings, altering their pitch, but only in one direction — sharp.

So, the strings all start in C Flat (all seven notes in the scale are flat.) Pushing, say, the D pedal and locking it down causes all the Ds to rise to D natural. Another notch down, and they all sound as D sharp. Correctly positioning all seven pedals allows you to play in any key and keep the color-to-note-name mapping consistent.

If you started in, say, C instead of C flat, you could still play in any sharp key (G, D, A, etc.), but playing in a flat key (F, B flat, etc.) would require you to drop down to a different (now raised) string. That messes up the color mapping, but critically, it would make that string unavailable for the correct note in whatever key you're in.

Why don't harps have 12 strings per octave so every possible note could be played in any key? For one thing, harps already have so many strings it's difficult to keep track of them all. More importantly, you'd lose the ability for harps to do that effect they're most famous for — the glissandos where strings are strummed to make that familiar shimmering effect. That only works if the notes blend because they're all in one key or one chord.

Fun fact: Harpo Marx, who played beautifully, didn't use a C Flat home key or any normal scale. He had his own unique tuning scheme — not surprising given that he was completely self-taught.

Fri 10/23/2020
PANELMIMIAPBS
ASIDEEVERLSAT
TAKEABREAKLONE
SHORTLISTFORK
YINHOTARTIST
CEOACNEAHA
WORDPROCESSOR
PINSTRIPESUIT
FAKEEYELASHES
CPIAPPSTIS
CAPOTECOPAKA
BEDSSTARPOWER
REDORISKSITALL
PAIRBRAENOISE
IRASGIRDGETON

I've often said that crosswords is unusual among puzzles because your life experiences greatly affect your solving experience.

Is BRAE obscure for you? I'll never forget it. On my first trip to the UK, I hired (not rented) a car in London and drove it all the way to a fishing town on the north coast of Scotland to meet a shirt-tail relative. The further north you go in Scotland, and the further you travel from large cities, the stronger and more incomprehensible the accent becomes. By the time I got to Buckie, I could barely pick out a word per sentence.

My directions in town were spotty, so I stopped the car to ask a boy on the street how to get to the Council House that I knew was close to my destination. "De ya nae ken Buckie?" he asked. This much I understood. I explained I was a visitor.

"Aye, then, well ya see the wee quinie doon the brae?" I was at a complete loss. The young loonie (boy) was frustrated with my stupidity but I eventually came to understand that a quinie was a girl and doon the brae was down the hill. I think of that story with great pleasure every time BRAE pops up in a grid.

Because of your own life adventures, you know plenty of obscure things that most people nae ken. I bet each time you encounter one in a grid, it makes you smile.

POW Sat 9/19/2020
WISHTOPUPGAP
ACHEELISECOGS
SEAMONSTERHORA
NEVERFEARBADE
TSEIONDARTED
ROOPERTADA
DONTBESOHASTY
PASSPORTPHOTO
RAREBOOKSTORE
ARKELMSHUB
TEMPLERESLOP
DOLTWOEBEGONE
KONAHALFASLEEP
OWENENGELOWNS
ANYPEARLPEDI
POW Thu 7/23/2020
SUNSPEDRAMA
LSATMALIOMITS
UHOHERINTENSE
REMOVETHECRUEL
PRIMAYURTITAL
ARCHOUNCE
OLESHAMROAMED
STLLETTERWERA
ORACLENYECNET
BECKSETNA
TRONSITSBRAVA
BIRTHFROMCLUES
SPARETUNAOTIC
PUTINELMSSOLO
PECSDYESSST
Fri 6/26/2020
ALMAYPILEECHO
SOAPOPERASSOON
ALLPURPOSECOME
PALVAUNTDALES
KEMPSTOPBY
ASPICSSTONER
BERTHRARETREAT
BRITAONALOEWE
RAVENCLAWOUZOS
ANGOLAMOTELS
ATHENAPOKE
KNEEDGEENAHES
ITBEMADEATOAST
WOOLFIELDMOUSE
INXSANNEEFLAT
POW Fri 6/12/2020
GMANCITISPACE
RIFEOMENEATIN
ACTVPORCHSWING
FREEWIFIEASTER
TORHEFCAM
SPEARLOVESICK
SCANTRIDESHARE
LORDSEKETIMOR
UPTOSPEEDRESIN
REYNOLDSPESOS
FEYORETSA
HOTTUBCHITCHAT
ANYONEHOMELENS
HERONALASARTE
AGONYDENTMESA
Fri 4/17/2020
JEWELGOTTACID
EXILEADHOCASI
DIGITROADATLAS
ITSASTARTCOLIC
RAGLIPIDS
PROPOSEATOAST
LIFELESSONCAPS
OFFALASUNODAT
WEBBELECTORATE
AREWETHEREYET
SILAGETAE
ONAIRANYTAKERS
RUNNERSUPSIDEA
ESCTOILEOWENS
SEESEALSNINTH

The most famous stage direction from the world's most famous playwright seems more than fair to me.

Sat 3/7/2020
MACYWRAPSDAFT
AGUEHOLEYISAO
GOTASECONDSKIP
MOTHERHENSCAR
ADOSEESSPONGE
PAWTWOYAK
HOMESWEETHOME
PAPERAIRPLANE
CASESENSITIVE
SYNEWEAGE
APOGEEBASHENE
HINDFISHTACOS
CODAJELLOSHOTS
CNETREBARELIE
SEASSTONEMINX
Sat 12/28/2019
HIPSTSPSILIAD
OCHOSPASCOMMA
LAOSHITTHESPOT
ONNOTICEODESSA
GREWRYJOTS
REDHOTMAKESDO
ALIASCAMEALONG
MATSCOREDETTU
STINGRAYSLETHE
ENTAILSRUPEES
ALMSBUSDRS
ORACLECASHFLOW
TOPLOADERSRICH
ONEUPNONEANKA
HADESASSTTEST
Fri 11/1/2019
LIESLALPSDADS
ARTHISTORYEDIE
RICECOOKERCOAX
ASHKUNISDOLLY
TELECHIDES
SLITSSHORES
SLIMYSHOWERCAP
ROBESLAOCRESS
STRIPMALLTINCT
ASLOPEMONTH
ARMIESBERG
IDIOTTOUTSLEE
OMANMINORCHORD
NINEACTYOURAGE
ETSYTKOSTENON
Fri 6/21/2019
OASISTBSPUVEA
GROUPPHOTOROES
READYORNOTBILK
ESPCREEPMACYS
TATEALONE
CLAIMSSHERLOCK
ROVESSEENOEVIL
EGADPITASGENE
DONTBEMADMERCI
ONTHEDOTDANSON
GETINFORD
CHAKASTAIRBLT
HORNFAMILYTREE
UPDOBYANYMEANS
MEETISNTEATAT

To answer Ms. Weintraub's question: Proposals? Probably not. But wedding announcements are real. At least they were; I doubt you could get away with it any more. Here's the most recent NYT example.

POW Sat 5/11/2019
TRIPSSOSONCIS
BORATCROCBONE
STICKSHIFTANNA
POSTITNOTETEL
STRINGTHEORY
TEATATSUMUP
OVERSIZEDBARED
MIRONEVISIMAY
BLINGLASTPLACE
GADOTPORPED
HELOVESMENOT
ANISCARECROWS
LISPLETSSEENOW
LUTEANTESACRA
ESSASEEDSTEEP
Sat 12/29/2018
THUMBLASETSP
GARBAGEBAGITEM
ITSALIVINGMENU
FHACRIEDREACT
GODSPLUMMET
AMAINBAOBAB
CURVYPOPPYCOCK
CITESEXESHALE
TRIMESTERLITUP
FEAREDINSET
AVIATORCAPE
LOCHSSLURPMOM
ELIADOUBLEWIDE
EVANJUNIORPROM
OLDSTATSMORE
Fri 11/30/2018
CROCEALTAANT
HOLDMYBEERSAWS
EPICPOETRYCNET
ZENTUTORCONEY
SYNSACOLYTE
DEFANGAPHIDS
ALIVEALIENATED
FIRESBONOSAGE
TESTTUBESPITON
THERESRECESS
ORDERLYTORE
HEADSRAISAGTO
MYNATONEITDOWN
SECTCANINEUNIT
SEEUDONDIEGO
POW Fri 11/9/2018
CLOWNCARSTIAS
TREEHOUSESONME
RETROGRADEUDON
YDSGOAPEGRINS
FOODFOLIAGE
ARGUEDMIDAS
SEANSCONESTOGA
TAUNTALESTRAW
IDLEHANDSCREPE
LENDSTEASES
AMSCRAYSHIP
PUPAECREELSPA
PREKWAITLISTED
LACEINSOMNIACS
ELKSTEENAGERS

If, like Jeff, you like to track down puzzles by a constructor you love, this page is full of Across Lite links organized by the people who made them. Print out your own book of great crosswords for on your next trip. An NYT Crossword subscription is required.

POW Fri 10/5/2018
ANDWEREOFFSITE
PERIWINKLEETAL
STALEBREADTONY
ESMECADSMALES
LAGHAIRDYE
STOWAGEMONEY
CAPONEGOLDCOIN
ALERTDABMOUSE
TINKEREDPERSON
SERTACOLDONE
SCORNEDLAD
CLUBSLAICALBA
HEREWITCHTRIAL
MACEINTHEWINGS
ORESGENERALTSO

I enjoyed this crossword too.

The best clues are poetic gems, and this puzzle has plenty. Two clues cleverly separate normally-combined compound words. "King maker" (you expect to see kingmaker) and "Honey bunch", (not honeybunch.) Those innocuous extra spaces point to SERTA and WORKER BEES. Brilliant.

"Protector of the heart" is a romantic clue for RIBCAGE; the image here was hand drawn by da Vinci. AND WE'RE OFF might be my favorite 1-Across ever. "Crux of 'The Crucible'" is fun.

"One who's got game ... but shouldn't" for POACHER is outstanding. That clue alone makes this puzzle memorable.

Fri 7/20/2018
BARBIEDOLLSPAM
AVERAGEJOETONE
LIVINGWAGEAKIN
MASTHAIGPRESS
FURERITREA
RAISINSDUNST
UPNEXTWORKMATE
BORATHANSABRA
SPATULASBALLOT
RURALPELLETS
THEREOFART
HAFTSDONAOGLE
ENOLNOSETOTAIL
FOREROLLERRINK
TIMSCROSSBONES
Fri 7/6/2018
CLEOPATRAEJECT
AISLESEATMUNRO
INTERLACEASTIN
NODESESITSBY
SWEETTALK
ICECAPOILISNT
ARIASTRENDIER
MEETINTHEMIDDLE
SPITTAKEKILLS
OTOENOBHONEYS
REASONING
CHASMSTANIBM
LETHESTATETREE
ARMORVOCATIONS
PASTYUMPTEENTH
POW Fri 3/16/2018
CHIPEASYKEPT
LENOFREEHILLY
AMANFRESHENSUP
SONDHEIMENGAGE
SPYETDURSA
CHEVREFLOORSIT
LIVERMACINTOSH
OLEGBIDENHUME
WINEMAKERTUNER
NATTEREDGIRDLE
ASISBAMBLT
CHARONJEREMIAH
LIVINGDEADETRE
ALIASIDLEREAR
MOANMIENESTE
POW Sat 9/23/2017
HIGHSCORESPSAT
AREYOUDONEAWLS
DEEPFREEZEWEEK
UNSEATYIPPEE
PEERCOMFORT
DRAPEWISPS
SPICIESTPENPAL
NOTONCEPARTONE
ALFREDDIGESTED
POINTSATED
GETBUSYJAMB
TUREENBMOVIE
GIRLHOUSEPLANT
OREOACROBATICS
VESTRONWEASLEY
Fri 7/28/2017
BESTMUSICALDJS
ETPHONEHOMEOAT
THREEINAROWILE
TOASTSTAICHAT
ESTEDUELSLAP
TROISIVES
CROSSOUTPREENS
HUBCAPSCOUNTON
ENTERSCOINTOSS
WARNNORSE
FUELELLETSPS
MESSYWOEGETAT
OVIMICROMANAGE
NEVPLAINSPOKEN
OREHORNETSNEST
Fri 5/26/2017
CATSPAJAMASMFA
ATOMICCLOCKOIL
FORINSTANCEONT
FLUTERITEDEO
ELSETIMESTAMP
LACESCURE
CONVENEDCOUSIN
AVOIDEDSOARING
BETRAYFUNFACTS
SRTAROMAS
SOLDIERONLESS
ELOALECBALOO
WEBRIDESHOTGUN
EPAKEEPTALKING
STDODDSANDENDS
Fri 12/23/2016
TRACTORBEAMDSL
CASHADVANCEETA
EMPIRESTATEFAD
LIETOCBATTERY
LENAARALENG
CRAVEBASAL
SKILODGERESIZE
INMATESGETEVEN
TOPTENHIPSTERS
ACRESTALLY
KENORLYHORA
NOSTRILSTYLER
IVSINTHEMIDDLE
GEMGREENSCREEN
HRESECRETSANTA

To Ms. Weintraub's point, in 2016, there were only 9 Friday and 6 Saturday daily crosswords by women.

Fri 10/7/2016
JEDIMASTERSPAM
ALOHASTATENONE
MIRACLEMAXALAN
EXITAPPSPACS
SITENSAINAROW
ROILACETONE
TOYBOXESIDA
ASHGOALIESDAR
UTAJURASSIC
DENMARKEARL
IMGAMESMUSEES
EWOKOTOSEVAN
NAVECHORUSLINE
CREDDOMEAFAVOR
EEROSHALLOWEND
POW Fri 4/22/2016
SMARTYPANTSGPA
MADEYOULOOKRAM
ORDERONLINEESP
TITLEEDGINESS
ENOSRARENENE
CONGAPEDI
BIRTHDAYDRAGON
OVARIESNAILGUN
ZYDECOSOLOISTS
OLINWILES
EACHANOSPUMA
CATHOLICFINER
AGOLIVEALITTLE
FUREMERGENCIES
EESSPREADSHEET
Tue 3/24/2015
PEARLTHAWLARA
INTHEEASEEVER
SCHOOLCLUBGAZE
TOLDAHAFARO
IDEALSLIFELINE
LETOTSSLUICED
DESKHERAZEDS
TIMETABLE
MODEPACEADDL
PARAPETLTDIAL
SKYLIGHTREBATE
TWASWOEALIS
CRAWSTICKSHIFT
DELAEACHSANAA
RELYAXESNIGHT
POW Mon 10/6/2014
BSAOBOEISAAC
OASNETSMORPHS
LYINEYESPROPEL
THAIORESBALMY
SINGININTHERAIN
ETDROTUSE
HEREAPARDTS
REXMISSINGERS
ARCWHITEDDY
MCIGOTSRA
PUTTINONTHERITZ
ALARMNYROINRE
REBELSMOVINOUT
TALKEREVERIMA
NESTSTEDSLPS
Tue 8/12/2014
AHAENDRATTLE
DEMPSEYSEYMOUR
ARIETTAIMEANIT
MONTEDIDINYSE
SNOREDNENE
IMNOTADOCTOR
ADZARRSNOOPY
CREAMBUTSWORE
TIARASDOGLYS
IPLAYONEONTV
ONORPRIMPS
AFARALSOIDIOT
REGATTANUTELLA
KLUGMANCLOONEY
STASISDENEDS
Wed 10/23/2013
ARCHISLESBADE
SOHOSAUTEARIA
TWISTERCHECKERS
ISPREDPUENTE
MBAIOUTRAYS
CLUEMONOPOLY
AINTREFINENEO
FAKEIDSTEELS
ERSGEORGEVIAL
SORRYOTHELLO
REMITREOARS
ELICITDONIDA
BACKTOBACKGAMES
ETRECOLORSOUP
LEONKAPPAINXS
Wed 7/17/2013
SKITBOYSCROWD
PERUUPUPUHURA
UNIXDELADOZEN
ROSESAREREDONE
DOPETALE
VIOLETSAREBLUE
RODESTEDAISY
ELEMTAMEDYEAR
AVAILIMNOTIE
POLLENISBADFOR
ETASATOI
CAPMYALLERGIES
ELOPEYAMSHORA
REORGSUETTWIN
ACHOOODDSSACK
Tue 7/3/2012
DRAMACLIPLABS
OILERDECOARLO
GOTEAMSTERDRAB
ATRAIDEALIZE
ORRANUTNEVER
WEBSTERBROWSER
LAOSGEENA
SPYWAREHERETIC
FENDIDATA
MINISTERCOOPER
TENORLEANEMT
HACIENDALETS
ADOSYOYOMASTER
NOMEPREPCARGO
EWESDADSTRYON
Mon 3/28/2011
TOWERMALIBOOB
ERODEALANACME
MAVENOLDDISHES
PLENTYDIVERGE
FEMARESEAT
POKERTABLES
EXILEIMACSTAG
REDMEATSTATURE
UNDOTAMSTOTAL
BRITISHPUBS
BALBOAVEIL
ADORINGREMAKE
SHOULDERSTENOR
KOFIONCEISTOO
SCANMEANCHIPS