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The word GINSU has appeared in at least 72 clues on different crosswords.

"""... and still cut through a tomato!"" knife brand"
"""As Seen on TV"" knife"
"""Never needs sharpening"" brand"
Big name in knives
Brand of knives (oft-advertised on TV)
Cutting company
Cutting-edge brand since the '70s
Hawked knife
Infomercial cutter
Infomercial kitchen brand
Infomercial knife
Infomercial knife brand
Infomercial knife name
Informercial brand once called Quikut
It could cut through a tin can
Japanese knife
Japanese knife of TV commercials
Kind of knife
Kind of knife advertised on TV
Kind of knife once touted in infomercials
Kitchen-knife brand
Knife advertised on TV
Knife brand of infomercials
Knife brand that cut through aluminum cans in ads
Knife from Japan
Knife hawked on TV
Knife hyped on TV
Knife hyped on infomercials
Knife in old infomercials
Knife name in TV ads
Knife of TV ad fame
Knife of TV ads
Knife of infomercials
Knife of old infomercials
Knife originally called Eversharp
Knife pitched in infomercials
Knife pitched on TV
Knife seen cutting tomatoes and pipes in TV ads
Knife seen on TV
"Knife set available for the low, low price of $19.99 (act now!)"
Knife type
Knife with a faux-Japanese name
Knife-making company
Knives sold on TV
Name in knives
Old infomercial brand
Old infomercial knife
Pitched blade?
Popular knife brand
"Product whose infomercial coined the phrase ""But wait... there's more!"""
Sharp knife
Sharp knife brand
Sharp-knife brand
Super-sharp Japanese knife
Super-sharp knife
Supersharp knife
TV knife
TV knife that cuts through a lead pipe
TV-promoted knife
Tin can-cutting knife
Infomercial knife
Brand with classic "But wait, there's more ...!" infomercials
Knife hawked on infomercials
Infomercial knife brand
Knife of TV ad fame
Many of its knives have a limited lifetime warranty
"But wait! There's more!" knife
"But wait! There's more!" brand
Infomercial knife
Knife brand in infomercials
Knife brand in infomercials
Japanese-sounding knife brand

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