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#30958 - 06/02/01 09:00 AM hogwash - June 2, 2001
Today's hogwash word is:
I'm not sure of the effect the weekend will have on participation; I plan to end the period for the submission of definitions on Sunday, but if the level of response is low, I'll extend the submission period until Monday.
#30959 - 06/03/01 01:25 PM Re: hogwash - June 2, 2001
I have a pretty good response level; I'll close the submissions and post the choices this evening, the exact time dependant upon my return from a graduation open house which might turn raucus. We'll say 8:00 pm EDT.
#30960 - 06/03/01 04:44 PM Re: hogwash - June 2, 2001
Loc: New England, USA
Today's hogwash word is: dancette
My Grandma and Mother said dancheti or something like that to mean dimples?
How'm I doin'?
#30961 - 06/03/01 07:21 PM Re: hogwash - June 2, 2001
I'm posting the definitions under Wordplay. Good luck to all.
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