last words of phrases are popular newspaper names GOOD ONES:
I liked all the theme entries especially: Newspaper for convicts?
CRIMINAL-RECORD Newspapers for hams?
RADIO-DISPATCHNewspaper for wedding planners?
HIE [liked the contrast between old and new] Order to a boxer
SICEM [but it would be a sin to teach a sweet-natured breed to attack] Come out of one's shell
HATCH BTW: Tyke
TOT [tot connotes a little child; tyke connotes a bigger child] Eccentric
NUT-CASE [eccentric connotes a person with odd habits while a nut case suggests one whose grasp of reality is wanting] OSA
are foreign words not used in English. The former is a place name; the latter an abbrev. ESTO
is just plain Spanish.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun