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Sofa Crossword Clue

Sofa Crossword Clue

One of the things I would read at competitions as part of the Los Angeles City College Forensics Team was an edited down version of O Henry's The PIMIENTa Pancakes. I knew better to put an A on the end which gave me a good start toward a TOSSED SALAD and nixed ARIOSo. I used to have an ELL sofa when I lived in Los Feliz. It was eight feet on one leg and six on the other. It surrounded a huge mirrored coffee table. Somehow those went by the wayside when I moved out to the desert in Canyon Country. I also had an ELL desk years later. The answer to the question, “What the ELL?” My couch or my workstation. “From stem to stern” is one of the grooviest meta clues ever.@Malsdemare, we just got a lab+something rescue puppy who is about six months old. She seems to be channeling a Golden too. @M&A we got along little DOGY who is now about ten months old. She's a chiweenie and she got longer since we got her. Anyway, she's working on training and being Alpha to this puppy who is almost twice as tall as she is. We have to keep them outdoors most of the day as otherwise they will wreck the house with thier romping. Living with a compulsive reader and staring at the stacks of read books that tend to pile up, the name Tami HOAG has popped out at me often enough. @Susierah, thrillers fall into the category of Romance. There was a movie, Romancing The Stone which was not about bodice ripping over adventure. Love story would be the third or fourth entry for “Romance” in Merraim-Webster's. My compulsive reader has finally become accustomed to ebooks. Saving the trees and all that. I'm not going to say I found this easy, in fact, I was stumped more than once but with persistance I managed to finish this in three quarters of an hour which is a good deal under my Friday average. Oddly enough, when I looked, I found that Thursdays seem to take me longer than Fridays which often seem to have me googling SIX WAYS TO SUNDAY. Today gave it up without a single search. On the subject of googling; some days, I could easily be mistaken for a box of nails but even then, I have a threshold which before I've reached it i will not leave the NYTXW app to search. Even then, I will phrase my searches to avoid pulling up the hits on crossword answers. I have to feel that I'm at least figuring the answers out on my own.
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Sofa Crossword Clue

I worked on my first crossword puzzle when I was about 6-years-old, sitting on my Dad’s knee. He let me “help” him with his puzzle almost every day as I was growing up. Over the years, Dad passed on to me his addiction to crosswords. Now in my early 50s, I work on my Irish Times and New York Times puzzles every day. I’m no longer sitting on my Dad’s knee, but I feel that he is there with me, looking over my shoulder. This blog is dedicated to my Dad, who passed away at the beginning of this month. Bill January 29, 2009
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Sofa Crossword Clue

Crosswords and My Dad I worked on my first crossword puzzle when I was about 6-years-old, sitting on my Dad’s knee. He let me “help” him with his puzzle almost every day as I was growing up. Over the years, Dad passed on to me his addiction to crosswords. Now in my early 50s, I work on my Irish Times and New York Times puzzles every day. I’m no longer sitting on my Dad’s knee, but I feel that he is there with me, looking over my shoulder. This blog is dedicated to my Dad, who passed away at the beginning of this month. Bill January 29, 2009
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Sofa Crossword Clue

For me, tougher than usual, but I did prevail in the end. I got ELL completely from crosses and still can't parse it. Does this mean “shaped like an ell”? I've never seen (or even heard of) an L-shaped desk. If it just means the letter L (for “large”), “large” is in the clue — not kosher. Anyone?
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Sofa Crossword Clue

@JHC, a flat is an apartment, or a residence (RES).@Anon from France, a STARTER HOME is the first home you buy when you're young. It's usually small and in need of a lot of work. You live there a few years, put in some sweat equity fixing it up, and then sell it, using the money you've made to buy something nicer.The stem to stern clue was one of the best in recent memory. Good puzzle!

Sofa Crossword Clue

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Sofa Crossword Clue

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