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Thu., 6/6 Jeffrey Wechsler


THEME:   five phrases meaning "duplicate" [interesting that the phrases are of appropriate length]
Rest of the afternoon   NAP   
Forward-looking claim   ESP   
Hardy lass   TESS [oldie but goodie --- so is Tess]   
Tijuana tots   NENES [Why would English speakers know this term, and why not clue it "Hawaiian birds"?]   
I don't believe I ever saw or heard "would I LET you down," but in any event it is not a familiar expression.  Would "go to the" be an acceptable answer to the clue "let's ___ store"?    
Driller's letters   DMD [What is this?  I had ADA and was forced to write-over my neatly printed black ink lettering!]  >:(   
RATING:    ;D ;D
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun   

You are so right. My father was a dentist and I have never heard of DMD. DDS and ADA, but no DMD.

My dentist uses "DMD, INC." after his name.
Not only is NENES (babies) Spanish, but I don't think "tots" is a good clue. I had NINOS (children) at first.


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