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Can you complete the three-letter word ladders, in which each column is a separate ladder and in which color-coded boxes are the surnames of U.S. presidents?*

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HintWord
A curse

Follows 'Tyrannosaurus' or 'Oedipus'
A sports official, for short

3rd President
George W. Bush's younger brother
To poke or prod

A restaurant bill

The Greek letter τ

33rd President

To attempt

To weep

A low island made of sand or coral

39th President

A mongrel or mutt

A prompt or reminder

22nd & 24th President


A bitter beer

Lincoln's nickname: Honest ___
HintWord
A tamed dog or cat, for example
Brand of candy (and unique dispensers)

'That 70's Show' foreign exchange student
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Distant

Thick liquid used for roadmaking
12th President

The fifth month of the year
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5th President

2,000 lbs.

Number of millimeters in a centimeter

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Precedes 'maid' and follows 'poly'
Actor Gibson of 'Braveheart'
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An animal doctor

Damp or moist

HintWord
28th President


To emerge victorious

A transgression or crime

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Prefix meaning 'not'

Conjunction often following 'neither'
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Slang for 'bathroom,' or an old card game
32nd President

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Author of 'The Raven'

14th President


A fib

A cover or top

To help or assist

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Wingless insect proverbial for industriousness
21st President

HintWord
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To soak up liquid as an absorbent


To jump on one foot

31st President
Kanga's son in the Hundred Acre Wood
Weasley, Swanson, or Burgundy
'Footloose' protagonist
To make more active or energetic
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To view

Energy measured as mass of coal
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Record company of Kelly Clarkson and P!nk
40th President

Alt rock band fronted by Michael Stipe
The edge or border of a piece of cloth

A murmur or drone

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HintWord
To repair

Ticker symbol for volatility index


To irk

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For each

Expected number of strokes for a golf hole
Benatar, Monahan, or Summitt
To consume or devour
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Sandwich named for acronym for 3 main ingredients
Notwithstanding; nevertheless
The belly


A firearm

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The least dense phase of matter
First-person singular past tense of 'be'
What melts in a candle

A tariff or duty

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