none, but 28 blocks GOOD ONES: Place for an old school tie?
ETONCOLLAR [is the school or tie old?] Hit home?
SIDEA [I thought baseball: slide or score] Goes downhill fast
SKIS [oldie but goodie] One to horse around with?
Stablemate Tip for a writer?
Given that we are no longer told if an answer is more than one word, is it necessary to use question marks after tricky clues? Looking at the four good ones above, I'm not so sure. Bureau
where stats abound SPORTSDESK [hardly a bureau] EINES
is German; NENES
is Portuguese; and neither is used in English, ever --- unless NENES refers to geese.
Can't believe I remember Toni Basil or know who Heidi Klum is. I'm stumped about the former and glad about the latter --- she is absolutely charming. Sorry about the spam which the site management seems to tolerate better than I.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun