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Executives trade offices in Widgett, Inc.'s latest managerial shakeup.
Salesbeings talk shop in interstellar tongues.
The Winner at Wobbledown
Top tennis pros serve for the title in the 2003 tournament.
Local radio personalities beg in tune for charity.
Calling ZZZ Road Service
Car problems keep Zeke and his truck busy.
Burgers & Fries for Lunch
T.G.I.F. is the time for Big Bill's Burgers & Fries.
Six couples celebrate the traditional start of summer with a cookout.
Lunch With the Teacher
Students bid on teacher-made lunches in today's puzzle.
The seniors voted as "Most" by their classmates headline this hard Logic Problem.
Minor League Managers
Veteran skippers lead Smashers' young prospects.
The Baby Doctor
Can you schedule Dr. Johnson's baby-busy morning?
How much TIME will you need to rebuild our Logic Puzzle
Galactic tabloids report sightings of the King on various planets.
The Tulip Circle
A colorful target of tulips means a medium Logic Puzzle.
They're Going to College
High school seniors receive thick admissions envelopes from their colleges of choice.
Rotisserie league teams draft baseball superstars in this Challenger Logic Problem.
March Madness Picks
Local sportscasters predict the winner and loser of the 2003 NCAA championship game.
Who wins the hand of Chrissie in the Real TV series.
Five singers audition to go to New York City for the finals.
Take a Trip With the Teacher
Fun days out go to the highest bidders in this hard Logic Puzzle.
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