GOOD ONES!"Rub the right way"
MASSAGE"Seasonal dancing center?"
MAYPOLE"Like many families"
TWOCAR"Examined by the doctor"
SEEN"Gray area?: Abbr."
ANAT"It's a wrap"
SHAWL "Bee's charge?"
OPIE [tough because it's Aunt Bee, not Bea]
SEM for semenary is like yesterday's SER for sermon: common, but weak. SEM could be standard error of measurement for the statisticians among us. SER means to be
"Track long shots" for NAGS is inopportune. Yesterday's Derby winner was 50-1 and hardly a nag.
I graduated from college in the '60's, and I recall be-ins and sit-ins, but not a LIEIN (though sometimes arrestees would lie down). Sounds like a political gathering.