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|a small drop cookie made of meringue.|
|when you join two elements edge to edge.|
|a bite-size piece of chocolate wrapped in foil.|
|a touch or caress with the lips.|
If you have any extra chocolate kisses, my address is...
|going to get you grounded for two weeks!|
|a temporary red mark on the skin.|
|a game played on ice with two teams of six players on skates.|
|a halo-shaped imperfection caused by dust, dirt, or other particles.|
If you chose #3, shame on you! That´s hockey!
|a sharp, pointed knife for stabbing.|
|something involving secret agents and espionage.|
|a reference mark.|
|a tool or machine used for digging.|
The name of a tool or machine used for digging? A digger!
|several chained convicts escaping from prison.|
|an assortment of jobs run on the press at the same time.|
|a band of antisocial adolescents driving off in a car.|
|to combine for a specific purpose.|
Answer 5: Customers charging to a clearance sale!
|one who kicks something.|
|a state or federal refund check that comes in the mail.|
|the start of a football game.|
|a secondary headline on the line above the main headline.|
A *kick-off,* not a kicker, is actually the start of a football game!
|a very short line; often only one word at the end of a paragraph.|
|a woman who has lost her husband by death and has not remarried.|
|a black, venomous spider.|
|a point formed by the hairline in front.|
You should have taken the "What´s Your Type?" BigBrain first, if you missed this one!
|the white space between words forming a channel.|
|a natural stream of water of usually considerable volume.|
|a bolt for holding pieces of metal together.|
|the white space between two columns.|
Answer #3 is the definition of a *rivet.*
|a low area that carries off surface water.|
|the inner margins of two facing columns.|
|the lowest condition of human life.|
|the opposite of an alley.|
Actually, *alley* means the same as *gutter* when referring to page layouts.
|one who is stupid.|
|a large puppet having moveable features.|
|a ficticious corporation existing in name only.|
|a set of pages indicating the layout of text and artwork.|
|a camera enlargement.|
|an outburst of temper with your spouse or girlfriend/boyfriend.|
|the bursting of a tire.|
Don´t get angry with me! When it comes to newsletter tips, Answer 1 was the *only* answer!
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|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|