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August   27   Think of a 5-letter word for a large hotel room. Remove the last letter to make a word for something seen at the beach. Enter either word.
26   Fit the letters C E F G I I L N O O R  into the grid to make two things that are frequently considered to be opposites.

Enter the two words.

25   Rearrange the pairs of letters
to make a word. The letters in each pair stay in order. Enter the word.
24   Fit the letters C G H L P S S T Y  into the grid to make a word.
     O O I  

Enter the word.

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

Animal keepers
Banded gemstone
Depend (on)
Like potato chips
Plow animals
River of myth
Sign often above a door


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

22   Starting at the H and moving to adjacent letters horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, find the 2-word name of a fruit, using each letter at least once.

Enter the phrase.

21   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 an electric guiter player. Replace the first phoneme to make another 6-letter word for a popular sport. Enter either word.

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