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August   23   Rearrange the pairs of letters
AL  IC  MY  OG  OL  TH
to make a word. The letters in each pair stay in order. Enter the word.
22   Fit the letters F F G H L R T  into the grid to make a word.
  I    U 

Enter the word.

21   The following clues define four 3-letter words and four 5-letter words. Each of the 3-letter words fits into the middle of one of the 5-letter words. Figure out the words and fit them into the square below.

41
Building add-on
Cable movie network since 1972
Cool or not cool, depending on context
European cousin of the primrose
Mello ___ (soft drink brand)
"Yippee!"
You can take one with most cell phones


     
     
     
     
     

When you are done, enter the 5-letter words on the top and bottom rows.

20   Starting at the B and moving to adjacent letters horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, find something that frequently accompanies a present, using each letter at least once.
BYC
IRA
THD

Enter the phrase.

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

Think of a 5-letter word for a literary correspondence. Replace the first phoneme to make a 4-letter name of a magazine. Enter either one.
18   Think of a 7-letter word meaning, roughly, at an angle. Remove one letter from the middle to make a word meaning, roughly, scheduled. Enter either word.
17   Fit the letters C E H L L N O P  into the grid to make the name of a well-known thing.
    
    
    
    
    

Enter the name.

 
 

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