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Author Topic: LAT Fri. 3/11 Donna S. Levin  (Read 474 times)

magus

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LAT Fri. 3/11 Donna S. Levin
« on: March 11, 2011, 10:03:57 AM »
New TV Season

 :)
Mobile one of song   DONNA [I think she was less mobile than Sue]
Slaughter on a diamond   ENOS
Theme: Slightly misspelled TV shows
SALEOFTHESENTRY
QUEENFORADEY [is a dey the same as a bey, I wonder]
NAMETHATTOON
TWOTELLTHETRUTH

DONNA, ARLO, and “Witchraft’s” HITHER make for a nice pop music trio.
Apt juxtaposition: WHAT and LOU [Abbot and Costello’s “Who’s on First” routine]
Along with the heavy pop culture cast, we also get IAGO, DELILAH, and ERATO

 ???
Elite octet   IVIES [I’m sure that’s a word in this context, but I never hear it:  guess it’s slang.  It does go nicely with the Brown motto.]

 :(
ARMED and GATS clued only by "Equipped with" is awkward at best: gats are nouns and armed is an adjective.   (The two words together read "equipped with gats" which means armed, but the cluing is just too clumsy).

RATING:   [move];D ;D ;D[/move]Three grins = Excellent: Loved it; Two grins = Good: Enjoyed it; One grin = Satisfactory: A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Unsatisfying: No fun

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Re: LAT Fri. 3/11 Donna S. Levin
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2011, 05:51:54 PM »
Ivies = 8 Ivy League schools.

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Re: LAT Fri. 3/11 Donna S. Levin
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2011, 09:40:54 AM »
I am aware that "Ivies" refers to the Ivy League (note Brown reference).  I just think the word is used more in Xwords than in the language.

 

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