Daily Trust : 2020-10-14

Digest : 42 : 42

Digest

DAILY TRUST, Wednesday, October 14, 2020 DIGEST 39 (115) 115 SNAPSHOT>> Guinness World Records says teen has the world’s longest legs merry? 54. Verb used in recipes 56. North Pole twosome 60. Rugby term 63. Dewy-eyed 64. Piece of cake? 65. Section 66. Actress Eve 67. Earthly paradise 68. “... ___ and not heard” 69. Bang-up result? 8. Trout features 9. Nile creature 10. Supporting 11. Many miles away 12. What Simon does 14. Tap 19. Projection­ist’s unit 21. Roof covering, perhaps 25. Assisted in crime 27. Abbreviati­on on tires in Greece? 28. Jeweler’s weight 29. Needing to take off? 30. Genealogis­t’s map 32. Salt Lake City students 33. Sing on Dufourspit­ze 34. Mother’s relative 36. “Bear” Bryant’s first name 39. Family matriarchs 42. King intro 44. Tomorrow, in a Peggy Lee song 45. Fencing term 47. Roosevelt Island transport 48. Wire measure 51. Great expanse 52. Where el sol rises 53. Word with rock, rain or test 55. Venture 57. Rectangle part 58. Uniform 59. Dispatched 61. Final resting place, for some 62. Haw counterpar­t Across 1. Sir Guinness 5. Island mementos 9. Garments made of camel’s hair 13. Seasoned rice dish 15. Straddling 16. Coin collector? 17. “I Still See ___” (“Paint Your Wagon” tune) 18. Hockey term 20. Canon 22. It’s not returnable 23. This year’s grads 24. Florida citrus center 26. Retained 28. Strongbox 31. Darts term 35. Sternward 36. Controvers­ial Rose 37. Kind of curtain 38. Dream phenom 39. Airport components 40. Wells or Lupino 41. Myanmar locale 43. Tiresome routines 44. French impression­ist painter Claude 46. Squash term 48. Fabric press 49. Fantastic tale 50. “Nothing ___!” 52. Step one to be Down 1. Inhabitant­s of a certain sci-fi planet 2. Pleasant tune 3. Lamb’s “Essays of ___” 4. Leave the pier 5. Jacket part 6. D.D.E.’s WWII command 7. 29th state SOLUTION TO CROSSWORD (114) „ — Courtesy: nairaland. com Courtesy: indianexpr­ess.com „