Las Vegas Review-Journal : 2019-02-11

| NEWS & PUZZLES : 40 : 20C

| NEWS & PUZZLES

6 | NEWS & PUZZLES LAS VEGAS SUN MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019 DILBERT NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD by Scott Adams edited by Will Shortz PEARLS BEFORE SWINE by Stephan Pastis 02/11/2019 PUZZLE BY ANDREW KINGSLEY ACROSS 11 40 45 America’s largest firearm manufacturer Secret ___ (007, for one) Egyptian god usually pictured with the head of an ibis Apple computer Neighbor of Homer on “The Simpsons” “___ and Circumstance” Break off a relationship Yanks (on) Drift, as an aroma Hi-___ screen Singer with the 1961 hit “Big Bad John” Comforting words Place to shower and brush one’s teeth Cookie with creme in the middle Never, in Nuremberg Tehran’s land Eartha who sang “C’est Si Bon” Perfect attendance spoiler Yankees legend ___ Howard Originally named Egyptian pyramid, e.g. John, Paul and John Paul Undeveloped seed Four: Prefix Highperformance engine Dishevel, as the hair Work ___ sweat Extra 15% or so for a waiter Simple as ___ Henna, for one ___ tai (cocktail) Bygone monthly for the 12-to-20 set “The A-team” actor with a mohawk Road hazards that need filling “Be patient!” “Your turn,” on a walkie-talkie Appear to be Surface of a sty Peeved Dessert loaf Cheap cigar, slangily CBS forensics franchise Midwife’s delivery Sailor “I know what you’re thinking” feeling, for short First word in a fairy tale Across 1 46 41 42 ___ San Lucas (Baja resort city) Chew the fat Maze runner in an experiment Brewery products Pitcher’s stat “Uncle!” Five-time N.B.A. championshipwinning coach with the Lakers and the Heat Cable channel with many science shows, familiarly “Ready, ___, fire!” Ballad, e.g. Circus enclosure Garfield, to Jon Arbuckle Notable statistic for Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates Opening number? Prosciutto, e.g. Physicians, for short Obtain Mountain overlooking Tokyo Casino floor V.I.P. Make tiny criticisms Ruler of old Russia Broadcast 12 GET FUZZY by Darby Conley 50 13 5 8 44 51 18 22 14 47 54 56 15 16 17 48 24 57 59 60 62 66 49 25 51 26 28 52 19 67 53 55 31 35 68 20 SUDOKU 69 70 21 23 58 36 Level: 61 63 Beginner 38 24 Complete the grid so each row, column and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku, visit www.sudoku.org.uk. Answer tomorrow. 71 27 39 64 65 DOWN Solution to previous NYT puzzle 1 2 3 Salary limit ___ carte Software trial runs Duel overseer in “Hamlet” Do stuff? Warlike Greek god Musket attachment Width’s counterpart Santa ___ winds Proceeding from low to high 29 Solution to previous Sudoku 30 32 4 33 34 5 6 37 7 40 8 43 9 10 44

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