[Coco] ADOS featured in New York Times
robert.gault at worldnet.att.net
Mon May 23 08:08:43 EDT 2005
Nice Art :) , but undoubtedly from a different root. A British English
dictionary has ado = at do ME. thus "much ado about nothing" and has a
rare plural form, adoes / ados. The rare plural form equates to fuss.
Arthur Flexser wrote:
> Imagine my surprise, on solving the Sunday New York Times crossword of May 15
> (which I see a week late, reprinted in the Miami Herald), to find that the
> solution to 49-across was ADOS.
> Oh, you want to know what the clue was?
> No doubt a reference to users' hearts fluttering.
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