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December   14   Starting at the T and moving to adjacent letters horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, find a 4-word name of a TV game show, using each letter at least once.

Enter the phrase.

13   This is a phonetic puzzle. Think about pronunciation, not spelling. The solution words will use distinct spellings for the same sounds.

Think of a 6-letter word for a language. Remove the first phoneme to make another 6-letter word for a tool. Enter either word.
12   Think of a 5-letter word for a part of a human body. Change the second letter to make a word for another part of a human body. Enter either word.
11   Fit the letters B E G H I O R R T  into the grid to make two words that form a well-known phrase.

Enter the phrase.

10   Rearrange the pairs of letters
to make a word. The letters in each pair stay in order. Enter the word.
9   Fit the letters B D J L W  into the grid to make a word.
 E E E E 

Enter the word.

8   The following clues define eight 4-letter words. Figure them out and fit them into the square below.

Bright light in the city
Camcorder control
It's just margarine these days
Lion's pride?
Olden days
Pierce portrayer for 251 episodes


When you are done, enter the four words from top to bottom.


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