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Author Topic: LAT Thu. 3/15 Michael Doran  (Read 2022 times)


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LAT Thu. 3/15 Michael Doran
« on: March 15, 2012, 09:09:20 AM »
Possible Title: Capitalization

Good Ones:
Yo-Yo’s strings   CELLO [note capitalization]
Levels the playing field?   MOWS
Theme: Three meanings of the word capital in New Zealand
WELLINGTON = nation’s capital
KIWIDOLLAR = nation’s money
THELETTERS NANDZ [both entries] = capital letters of New Zealand

By the Way:
I wonder how many solvers know Zsa Zsa Gabor outside of her frequent appearances in crosswords?  When I was a boy she had finished a very minor movie career and was famous only for being famous --- and appearing often as a laughable guest on the Jack Parr version of the Tonight Show.  Johnny Carson had her on occasionally before she got too old, and the status–seeking, money-marrying, erstwhile starlet is now immortalized because of the spelling of her name.  Why she’s almost as popular today as a tse-tse fly. But, the Z has some value because…

All 26 letters are used in today’s puzzle!

Some Nits to Pick:   
Clueless   ASEA [at sea = clueless; asea = on the ocean]

RATING:   ;D ;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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