The following things apply to this puzzle:
- The grid below is to be filled with the answers to the clues underneath it. Words read across and down, one letter per square.
- There are no black squares in the grid. Words may touch adjacent words, and some letters will not intersect with crossing words.
- All Y's in the grid are given.
- Letters in the shaded squares in the grid do not appear in the non-shaded squares.
- Letters in the non-shaded squares in the grid do not appear in the shaded squares.
Kind of the same?
Part of a journey
Mrs., in Montreal
Catch in the act, say
Kunal’s role alongside Jim, Johnny, and Simon
Bus. or Res. number
Whence puns and pithy quotes spring from
Org. often involved in constitutional law cases
Titular creature in a 50’s McQueen flick, with “The”
Playmate for Pebbles
Zeno of ___
State trees of Massachusetts
Do acid and some lines?
State whose caucuses are the first major event in the races for the presidential nomination
Sandwich often made with tuna
Beverage brand that apologized in the summer of 2015 for printing Help-I-Am-Trapped-in-the-Factory messages under its bottle caps
Diego, to Dora
Whoopi’s role in “The Color Purple”
Like the chair of Pythonian inquisitors
Unearth, literally or figuratively
Smiling pile of crap, e.g
Cable drama shot in Calgary (despite the title)
Pretend to be
Rampage like King Kong would?
Lose one’s grip, in the non-metaphorical sense
Baywatch’s Gena Lee
“Nolo Contendere” and “Guilty”
Last First Lady of the U. S. S. R.
Vixen’s je ne sais quoi
Tell a story, or make a comparison
Not quite NC-17
From that location
Artist commissioned to paint the ceiling of the Paris Opera in 1963
Demonstrated in support of
Schwarzenegger movie which, despite the title, is not a remake of “Shaft”
Tennis tourney favorite
Perform anemically, alliteratively
Setting for a Bill Murray movie that lasts for several seconds?
City on Grand Bahama
Literary classic alluded to in the title of one of Fforde’s Thursday Next books
Piano man Morton
Organization that may have a Sailing Secretary or a Commodore
Actress who received a Pioneer award from the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 1997
She was a four-medal winner in Gymnastics in 1972
Winner of 22 regular and 4 honorary Oscars
Region that includes Paris, Essonne, and Yvelines
- 6 (90)
- 8 (30)
- 8 (1700)
- 9 (N/A)
- 10 (120)
- 10 (200)
- 10 (200)
- 10 (390)
- 10 (600)
- 10 (800)
- 11 (N/A)
- 11 (80)
- 11 (250)
- 11 (1100)
- 12 (300)
- 12 (1100)