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Scurra
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 Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 10:55 pm    Post subject: 1201 Indexing into the "other" phrase of each pair in the clue order gives: OPPORTUNITY OR CURIOSITY OF NASA so let's try the unexpectedly topical answer of call in MARS ROVER_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
LordKinbote
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:11 am    Post subject: 1202

 Scurra wrote: Indexing into the "other" phrase of each pair in the clue order gives: OPPORTUNITY OR CURIOSITY OF NASA so let's try the unexpectedly topical answer of call in MARS ROVER

Correct.

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novice
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 5:16 am    Post subject: 1203

 Scurra wrote: Indexing into the "other" phrase of each pair in the clue order gives: OPPORTUNITY OR CURIOSITY OF NASA

How did you do this? I can't get it to work...
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:47 am    Post subject: 1204 The first answer is CROSS ARC (6). This pairs with CRASS ORC (3), so take #3 (O) from CROSS ARC. (As it happens, these are both O but that's just a coincidence, or careful design by the puzzle writer.) The second answer is DEBTOR RAP (5). This pairs with PARROT BED (9) so take the P from DEBTOR RAP. And so on._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 12:40 pm    Post subject: 1205 For this next one, are we really supposed to find songs from musicals which each of these poems can be sung to? That seems like a lot of searching.
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 12:59 pm    Post subject: 1206 I have a horrible feeling this is the case. Because I have done the last one "Yes sir, I worship Athena" - it's "Don't Cry For Me Argentina". I have been redoing the others as syllable/rhyme patterns (with some possible stress patterns too) to see if I can get anywhere. There's a decent chance that they are all songs from Tony winners though, since that's a fairly common and containable list. Evita would then match the 1980 date, as opposed to 1979 which was when it opened. edit: based on that thought, I think "I sent that letter" is "Comedy Tonight" from A Funny Thing Happened..., which won the Tony in 1963. In which case the entry in the grid would have to be Pseudolus. edit2: "All the Cats R mine" could be "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" from The Lion King (1998 winner), so the grid entry would be Pumbaa (only six letter character I think.)_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:16 pm    Post subject: 1207

In which case, as a starting point, we might have

 Code: _ _ _ _        (2004) Avenue Q           _ _ _ _          (1952) The King and I           E V I T A        (1980) Evita _ _ _ _ _ _ _              (1971) Company   P U M B A A              (1998) The Lion King       _ _ _ _ _ _ _        (1987) Les Miserables             _ _ _ _ _ _ _  (1988) The Phantom of the Opera         _ _ _ _ _ _        (2005) Spamalot   _ _ _ _ _ _              (2001) The Producers P S E U D O L U S          (1963) A Funny Thing Happened... _ _ _ _ _ _ _              (1996) Rent

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Last edited by Scurra on Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:24 pm; edited 2 times in total
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:18 pm    Post subject: 1208 Looking at the lyrics from Evita, the word "truth" is repeated in the puzzle's lines at the same point Evita sings it. It also fits in the grid for 1980. Similarly, "something" from ...Forum matches.
gftt*
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:23 pm    Post subject: 1209

 Scurra wrote: edit2: "All the Cats R mine" could be "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" from The Lion King (1998 winner), so the grid entry would be Pumbaa (only six letter character I think.)

I'm not feeling this one. Are you matching it to the verse or chorus?
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:25 pm    Post subject: 1210 Chorus. But if there are words to match as well, then I might well be wrong. edit: "It's" at the start of line 2 matches. But I guess we're looking for a six-letter match? edit: the more I look, the less happy I am. Scrub this one._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon Last edited by Scurra on Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:29 pm; edited 1 time in total
Scurra
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:28 pm    Post subject: 1211

But based on what gftt says, it is probably more likely to be:

 Code: F I N E        (2004) Avenue Q           H O P E          (1952) The King and I           T R U T H        (1980) Evita L O O K I N G             (1971) Company   C I R C L E             (1998) The Lion King       B E A T I N G        (1987) Les Miserables             P R O M I S E  (1988) The Phantom of the Opera         S T A R T S        (2005) Spamalot   H I T L E R              (2001) The Producers S O M E T H I N G          (1963) A Funny Thing Happened... M O M E N T S              (1996) Rent

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New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon

Last edited by Scurra on Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:53 pm; edited 10 times in total
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:31 pm    Post subject: 1212 ".... stealing plums" is from Les Mis: Do you Hear the People Sing? (which curiously was one of the initialed songs in the IPO puzzle...) The matching word is "beating".
gftt*
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:46 pm    Post subject: 1213

 gftt* wrote: For this next one, are we really supposed to find songs from musicals which each of these poems can be sung to? That seems like a lot of searching.

I take this back. I'm not into musicals that much, but I do adore Les Mis and it was not tedious at all doing that search.

(Of course, Les Mes is really the only musical on the list that I'm all that familiar with...)
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:47 pm    Post subject: 1214 "Everything that I am hearing" is "Think of me" from Phantom. The shared word is Promise._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:55 pm    Post subject: 1215 "Why won't Sparky glow?" is "The Song That Goes Like This" from Spamalot. The shared word is "starts"_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:58 pm    Post subject: 1216 It looks as though they have kept the rhymes intact, which is a really neat trick given that they can't repeat any of the words (unless it is the match of course!)_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:06 pm    Post subject: 1217 "I dyed my hair blue" is Getting to Know You from the King and I. Word is "hope".
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:13 pm    Post subject: 1218 "All my Cats" is "There's a fine fine line" from Avenue Q Shared word is "Fine"_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:22 pm    Post subject: 1219 "This dress looked utterly perfect" is "Seasons of Love" from Rent Shared word is Moments._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:34 pm    Post subject: 1220 "Apparently the voters" is "Another hundred people" from Company Shared word is Looking At this point I would call in FORGET PARIS_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:34 pm    Post subject: 1221 Commas don’t need to be copious = Springtime for Hitler. Shared word is Hitler.
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:44 pm    Post subject: 1222 ...and to round it out, "With a rat on a stick" = "Circle of life", with match word "circle".
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:46 pm    Post subject: 1223 Well those last two were fairly likely, but I couldn't get either of them to fit the lyrics properly (all the others were really good matches.) Hey ho._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:49 pm    Post subject: 1224 I must say that was very well-done on the part of the puzzle authors.
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:52 pm    Post subject: 1225 Oh absolutely. It made the puzzle feasible to solve and amusing too (it's going to be hard for me not to hear "stealing plums" instead of "when tomorrow comes" from now on... )_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:57 pm    Post subject: 1226 Current meta answers: DRUNK TANK BATED BREATH BUSINESS TRAVELERS LOVE ETC START OVER CAR SEAT CASH COW MARS ROVER FORGET PARIS_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
LordKinbote
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:18 pm    Post subject: 1227 FORGET PARIS is correct. Last for the round (and then I'll just give you the last answer): Getting There is Half the Fun by by Michael Colao; cryptic clues by Michael Colao and Francis Heaney
gftt*
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:21 pm    Post subject: 1228

One thing to keep in mind is that they're in a particular order, according to the show page.
 Scurra wrote: Current meta answers: 1. DRUNK TANK 2. BATED BREATH 3, BUSINESS TRAVELERS 4. LOVE ETC 5. START OVER 6. 7. CAR SEAT 8. CASH COW 9. MARS ROVER 10. FORGET PARIS 11.
Suspence
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:35 pm    Post subject: 1229 [N.] Programming language incorporates a valuable piece of wisdom, perhaps PERL or PEARL [N.] Margaret returns with precious item GEM_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
gftt
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:36 pm    Post subject: 1230 Nobel Prize winning novelist who drew on the history of his native Bosnia for his material = IVO ANDRIC (Starting in Budapest) [N.] Wear out German agreement before the first and second of December = JADE [N.] Programming language incorporates a valuable piece of wisdom, perhaps = PEARL [N.] Margaret returns with precious item = GEM Russian writer and fervent Christian anarcho-pacifist, who has been played on film or TV by Christopher Plummer and Michael Gough = LEO TOLSTOY (Starting in Helsinki) Final profit extracted from alluring trickery Draft beer spilled on ultimate British character, unfinished Surname of 19th century Republican US President or capital city of a Midwestern US state = LINCOLN (Starting in Chicago) Amazing story’s finish follows part of a race = LEGEND Car going backwards mid-mile is a phenomenon = MIRACLE Quiet conveyance to Simba’s rock = PRIDE Czech writer who popularised the word “robot” (coined by his brother) and wrote a play which featured robots, which was one of the earliest science-fiction plays = Karel Čapek (Starting in Nuremburg) Genius of brain cell I mixed up [otS] Outdoor musical performance is dry and inordinately electronic [otS] Initially justice evolved when everyone lusted for a precious ornament [otS] = JEWEL Surname of the Polish renaissance astronomer who championed a cosmology where the Earth was not the center of the universe = COPERNICUS (Starting in Amsterdam) Taking time off, expert embraces unfulfilled Lord Cook, for one [otS] = EXPLORER (of the Seas) Exploit tavern due to be renovated [otS] One finding a way for Pandora’s people to meet swamp resident [otS] = NAVIGATOR (of the Seas) Remain unhappy before resistance of seaman [otS] = MARINER (of the Seas) Pen name of the French writer who served as part of Napoleon’s army in the invasion of Russia and who moved to Milan after the war, and who gave his name to the psychosomatic illness that causes palpitations when an individual is exposed to particularly beautiful art (Starting in Paris) Rump hit harshly in coup = TRIUMPH Six against a hundred: a Conservative win = VICTORY Surname of the eponymous heroine of Puccini’s opera set in Rome in 1800 = TOSCA (Starting in Vienna) Adding cesium to active yeast yields illegal drug = ECSTASY Southeast nation’s troubled feeling = SENSATION Disturbing satanic info provides captivation = FASCINATION Creativity from one country containing wizards = IMAGINATION Muse on pain I stir around = INSPIRATION Euphoria from boundless intercourse Elysium exists in procession = PARADISE Arguably the most popular German movie actor of the 20th century, he appeared in over a hundred silent films, in the first German talkie in 1929, and then went on to be the biggest German movie star from 1930-1945. A square in his native Hamburg was renamed for him after his death in 1960 (Starting in Hamburg) Stellar assemblage of battered colonial tents Lack of boundaries for one in nifty convertible Two thousand in business attire at meeting of government heads = SUMMITS Born as James Howlett, this fictional character is the best at what he does, but what he does isn’t very nice = WOLVERINE (Starting in Chicago) Removing “ass-backwards” from list of defined terms provides acclaim Primeval organism displays courage Terribly wrong to lose right of independence Autonomy comes from more Fed activity This surrealist painter, sculptor, photographer and filmmaker has permanent exhibitions devoted to his work in Montmartre in Paris and near St. Mark’s Square in Venice, as well as in his native Catalonia = SALVADOR DALI (Starting in Barcelona) Tailless equine and bovine start to fall Overshadow movie excerpts with something transcendental before and after Outline renovation of hotel suite Act of contemplating relic, often, is stirring = REFLECTION Surname of the Polish composer known as the “Poet of the Piano” = CHOPIN (Starting in Warsaw) Buzz Lightyear’s enemy returns with one young adult to Georgia, as the neighbors say = GRUZIYA Hear “banzai” translated on the outskirts of Zaire’s capital, or alternatively, a country in the Caucasus = AZERBAIZAN Infielder Matsui has tank travelling to the largest landlocked country = KAZAKHSTAN Yes, penetrating air leak damaged Russian republic = KARELIYA (see: http://www.shipsandharbours.com/picture/number468.asp or en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belorussiya_class ) Legendary libertine eponymous protagonist of one of Mozart’s most popular operas = DON GIOVANNI (Starting in Vienna) [MS] I unfortunately gain sin as a badge of honor [MS] New gold tee by one California clothing company Jewish Austro-Hungarian composer of operettas during the “silver age” of Viennese Operetta. During the Second World War, he emigrated (temporarily) to the United States (Starting in Munich) Lend clothing, for example, to someone larger than life [otS] Don’t be thrifty having left our majesty [otS] Regretted northern Argentina’s revolution leading to glory [otS] Overwhelming pleasure disturbed shady pro [otS] Slovenly men can’t then charm [otS]Last edited by gftt on Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:05 pm; edited 8 times in total
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:40 pm    Post subject: 1231 Quiet conveyance to Simba’s rock PRIDE (having just done some Lion King research this was easy!)_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
novice
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:45 pm    Post subject: 1232 Car going backwards... Is MIRACLE. The sci-fi writer isn't Asimov, but Karel Čapek. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_Čapek
gftt
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:50 pm    Post subject: 1233

 novice wrote: Car going backwards... Is MIRACLE. The sci-fi writer isn't Asimov, but Karel Čapek. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_Čapek

Oops, too hasty on my part! Thanks.

By the way, Fascination, Imagination, Sensation and Inspiration are all Carnival ships.
novice
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:53 pm    Post subject: 1234 Adding cesium to active yeast yields illegal drug = ECSTASY Rump hit harshly in coup = TRIUMPH Elysium exists in procession = PARADISELast edited by novice on Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:00 pm; edited 1 time in total
Scurra
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:57 pm    Post subject: 1235 Answers to A Numbers Game are all Night Trains Ivo Andric (Budapest – Belgrade) D343 Leo Tolstoy (Helsinki – Moscow) 31 Lincoln (Chicago – St Louis) 300-307 Karel Capek (Nuremberg – Prague) EX353 Copernicus (Amsterdam – Prague) CNL 457 Stendhal (Paris – Milan – Venice) EC220 Tosca (Vienna – Rome) EN235 Hans Albers (Hamburg – Vienna) EN491 Wolverine (Chicago – Pontiac) 350-355 Salvador Dali (Barcelona – Milan) EN11273 Frederic Chopin (Warsaw – Vienna) D407 Don Giovanni (Prague – Vienna – Venice) EN237 Kalman (Munich – Budapest) EN463 I am doing a double-check on the numbers because there are two directions (hence the starting city given.) The two US routes have general numbers - I would guess we need to know which one went on the night of Thursday 12th, but the Amtrak site appears to be down at the moment! (I will note that I only did this bit so fast because I've written puzzles using "named trains" before and recognised several of them. )_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:08 pm    Post subject: 1236 I think the cruise ships are listing all ships in given class other than the ship the class is named after. So for instance, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiance_class contains Serenade, Brilliance, and Jewel which are all clued, but Radiance is not. I have to leave for now so I can't edit the main post. If someone wants to take over feel free.
novice
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:28 pm    Post subject: 1237 JEWEL [N.] Wear out German agreement before the first and second of December = JADE [N.] Programming language incorporates a valuable piece of wisdom, perhaps = PEARL [N.] Margaret returns with precious item = GEM DREAM Final profit extracted from alluring trickery = MAGIC Draft beer spilled on ultimate British character, unfinished = BREEZE SPIRIT Amazing story’s finish follows part of a race = LEGEND Car going backwards mid-mile is a phenomenon = MIRACLE Quiet conveyance to Simba’s rock = PRIDE RADIANCE Genius of brain cell I mixed up [otS] = BRILLIANCE Outdoor musical performance is dry and inordinately electronic [otS] = SERENADE Initially justice evolved when everyone lusted for a precious ornament [otS] = JEWEL VOYAGER Taking time off, expert embraces unfulfilled Lord Cook, for one [otS] = EXPLORER (of the Seas) Exploit tavern due to be renovated [otS] = ADVENTURE One finding a way for Pandora’s people to meet swamp resident [otS] = NAVIGATOR (of the Seas) Remain unhappy before resistance of seaman [otS] = MARINER (of the Seas) DESTINY Rump hit harshly in coup = TRIUMPH Six against a hundred: a Conservative win = VICTORY FANTASY Adding cesium to active yeast yields illegal drug = ECSTASY Southeast nation’s troubled feeling = SENSATION Disturbing satanic info provides captivation = FASCINATION Creativity from one country containing wizards = IMAGINATION Muse on pain I stir around = INSPIRATION Euphoria from boundless intercourse = ELATION Elysium exists in procession = PARADISE ??? Stellar assemblage of battered colonial tents Lack of boundaries for one in nifty convertible Two thousand in business attire at meeting of government heads = SUMMITS ??? Removing “ass-backwards” from list of defined terms provides acclaim Primeval organism displays courage Terribly wrong to lose right of independence Autonomy comes from more Fed activity SOLSTICE Tailless equine and bovine start to fall = EQUINOX Overshadow movie excerpts with something transcendental before and after = ECLIPSE Outline renovation of hotel suite = SILHOUETTE Act of contemplating relic, often, is stirring = REFLECTION BELORUSSIYA Buzz Lightyear’s enemy returns with one young adult to Georgia, as the neighbors say = GRUZIYA Hear “banzai” translated on the outskirts of Zaire’s capital, or alternatively, a country in the Caucasus = AZERBAIZHAN Infielder Matsui has tank travelling to the largest landlocked country = KAZAKHSTAN Yes, penetrating air leak damaged Russian republic = KARELIYA ??? [MS] I unfortunately gain sin as a badge of honor [MS] New gold tee by one California clothing company VISION Lend clothing, for example, to someone larger than life [otS] = LEGEND Don’t be thrifty having left our majesty [otS] = SPLENDOUR Regretted northern Argentina’s revolution leading to glory [otS] = GRANDEUR Overwhelming pleasure disturbed shady pro [otS] = RHAPSODY Slovenly men can’t then charm [otS] = ENCHANTMENTLast edited by novice on Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:14 pm; edited 2 times in total
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:49 pm    Post subject: 1238

 novice wrote: MILLENNIUM Stellar assemblage of battered colonial tents = CONSTELLATION Lack of boundaries for one in nifty convertible = INFINITY Two thousand in business attire at meeting of government heads = SUMMITS ??? Removing “ass-backwards” from list of defined terms provides acclaim Primeval organism displays courage Terribly wrong to lose right of independence Autonomy comes from more Fed activity = FREEDOM SOLSTICE Tailless equine and bovine start to fall = EQUINOX Overshadow movie excerpts with something transcendental before and after = ECLIPSE Outline renovation of hotel suite = SILHOUETTE Act of contemplating relic, often, is stirring = REFLECTION REGATTA [MS] I unfortunately gain sin as a badge of honor = INSIGNIA [MS] New gold tee by one California clothing company = NAUTICA ??? Lend clothing, for example, to someone larger than life [otS] Don’t be thrifty having left our majesty [otS] Regretted northern Argentina’s revolution leading to glory [otS] Overwhelming pleasure disturbed shady pro [otS] = RHAPSODY Slovenly men can’t then charm [otS]
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Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:07 pm    Post subject: 1239

gftt* wrote:
 novice wrote: CONQUEST Removing “ass-backwards” from list of defined terms provides acclaim = GLORY Primeval organism displays courage = VALOR Terribly wrong to lose right of independence = LIBERTY Autonomy comes from more Fed activity = FREEDOM
novice
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 Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:19 pm    Post subject: 1240 JEWEL DREAM SPIRIT RADIANCE VOYAGER DESTINY FANTASY MILLENIUM CONQUEST SOLSTICE BELORUSSIYA REGATTA VISION
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