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651 · Hal Plays Stice Again
a brand of motor scooter
the membrane surrounding the heart
term for a glob of phlegm
John Patrick McEnroe, Jr. (born 1959), was a professional tennis player from 1974 to 1992, with seven Grand Slam wins. Esconja appears to be a made-up name.
a decorative band on a wall or other piece of architecture
derived from book-learning
when 2 players both have a score of 40
meant to offend or belittle
to flatter or wheedle
a Portuguese archipelago in the Atlantic
Harry Houdini (born Ehrich Weisz; 1874-1926) was a Jewish-American magician.
a revival of Georgian architecture or style
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Mountain Standard Time
to joke with or make fun of
a sauce that is an emulsion of butter and lemon juice using egg yolks
a form of stenography developed in the U.S. in 1888
to hit hard
employed the Heimlich maneuver to relieve choking
a play in tennis that calls for a replaying
to teach by repetition
ungracefully or awkwardly
a short, high hit
half a meter
a ball hit just over the net, causing the opponent to rush forward
a real magazine, seen here
like a cow