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Author Topic: Tue., 10/22 Venzke & Grabowski  (Read 256 times)

magus

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Tue., 10/22 Venzke & Grabowski
« on: October 22, 2013, 09:18:49 AM »
THEME:   last words of phrases begin with synonyms of terminus
   
GOOD ONES:     
Director's cry {& theme}   THAT'S A WRAP   
   
BTW:   
It's heedless to go off it   THE DEEP END [heedless suggests a prior warning, but going off the deep end is simply losing control, heedless or not]    
   
Family nicknames   MAMMAS [as I said a month or so ago: mama and papa, etc. are names, not nicknames like Stretch or Shorty.   
   
Pre-college, for short   ELHI [as I said a month or so ago: I don't believe this term really exists in print --- it didn't when I was in the business, admittedly in the last century]   
   
Sings like Ella   SCATS [too bad a great singer will be known forever in Xwords for her scat --- a silly jazz style that went the way of the zoot suit.  {If you are a devotee of pop music from the 1930's to the 1980's, you can go to www.anthonymagarello.com and select "On Pop Songs."  Actual recordings can be played along with text.}   
   
Cry of surprise   YOWZAH [it's more a cry expressing Wow!  It probably comes from "Yes, Sir!" and was used by hep cats in the 20's]   
   
   
RATING: ;D   
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun   

 

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