I'm seeing way too many foreign words in puzzles: ETE, ESTA, OTRO, AGUA, MER, ALOHA, TETE, ENERO, OJO, OSO and mnay others. Aren't there enough words in the English language to meet the needs of puzzle makers?
The puzzle by Merl Reagle in today's Los Angeles Times includes OTOO. The clue is "Scoreless tie." I object to this answer for two reasons. First, when a soccer game, baseball game or hockey game is in progress and nobody has made a goal or scored a run, the game is not scoreless. Zero to zero is the score. Second, I consider it sloppy to use a zero to represent the letter O.....or vice-versa. Most people, when giving an address or phone number with a zero in it, will say O instead of zero. O is a letter and zero is a number. In other words, Merl, a score can not be O to O!