intrusive F sound in phrases [would the title be "Get the F Out?] GOOD ONES: Dog afficianados?
GREYHOUND-BUFFS Lilliputian ocean formations?
PEE-WEE-REEFS [Brooklyn Dodger shortstop Reese] Fodder for the British tabloids?
NOBLE-GAFFES Decide not to run
KILL [as with motors] Rhymes of rap
BUSTA [how is it possible that I know this name?] Horse show
MR-ED Park and drive
Ed seems to be showing us his scientific bent:
Bone used in pronation ULNA
Lab glass PYREX
Element abundant in liver IRON
It may involve pi AREA
And his appreciation of Jonathan Swift:
Lilliputian and Brobdingnagian in the same puzzle!
And his complete disregard of my notion of foreign words in English puzzles:
A tenth of zehn EINS
Hot time in the cite ETES
[isn't this also a second person familiar verb?]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun