I<OUIt has banks in Switzerland
Theme: The letter I replacing the blend OU in phrasesLike a stroller out of breath?
I like puzzles which go from Zora NEALE Hurston [woman writer] to Trish Stratus [woman wrestler] to Shana Morrison [woman singer], the last two of whom are new to me. Elected ones
INS [I don’t think I’ve ever seen INS in this sense in the real world. I’d go with “Outs partner.”]To the max, in the disco era
AGOGO [I thought it meant relating to dance, which suggests “excitement.” Perhaps in some slang dictionary it denotes the ultimate. I'd go with " '70's Club Whiskey ___."] Plotting aid
depicts the relationship between variables; a grid
aids in the plotting which results in the graph]OTRAS
Three grins = Excellent: Loved it; Two grins = Good: Enjoyed it; One grin = Satisfactory: A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Unsatisfying: No funFor a discussion on foreign terms, click on “Forum” tab, look under “General Discussion” (page 2) and select ZENOPHOBIA.