Springfield News-Sun : 2019-02-11

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D6 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019 COMPLETE. IN-DEPTH. DEPENDABLE. • JUMBLE DAILY CROSSWORD Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinarywords. 23 Elect (to) 24 Dressed down 28 Songwriter Porter 30 Frightening 31 Red wine choice 33 Fairy tale baddie 34 Be victorious 35 Was in debt to 36 WWII naval threat 38 Picnic invaders 39 Grass roll 40 Shopping complex 41 Go by, as time 43 They’re planted in snow while skiing 45 Civil rights icon Parks 46 Largest living bird 47 Emails a dupe to 48 Couture initials 51 Tapped-off cigar remnant 52 Hours for cuppas 54 Cord cutters’ reception aids 58 Air filter acronym 59 __ hop: gym dance 60 Infatuation 61 “I’ll take care of that” 62 Log splitters 63 Spade of handbags 64 Education support gps. 44 Practical jokes 47 __ and desist 49 Vintage photo tone 50 Exams for aspiring judges, briefly 52 Item listed above “u-bolt” in a hardware glossary? 53 Blue-roofed eatery 54 Airport safety org. 55 __ populi: popular opinion 56 Blackjack half 57 Gun lobby org. 25 Typical mortgage requirement, and what ends each answer to a starred clue 26 Gives off 27 Closely packed 29 Out-of-date 30 Deceives 31 Meno __: not as fast, in music 32 Furry C-3PO worshippers 37 “Eww!” 38 Small batteries 40 Somewhat wet 42 Nowhere to be found DOWN 1 Nitrous __ 2 Theorize 3 *Grade-boosting option 4 Crotchety oldster 5 Attacks 6 Got off a horse 7 XKE, for short 8 *Singer’s spouse who co-wrote “Ring of Fire” 9 Raves about 10 Play about Capote 11 Rowing tool 12 TV scientist whose show has won 19 Emmys 14 *Chess situation that forces a draw 18 Love, to Luigi 20 “Carpe diem” initials 24 Game Gear creator Previous Puzzle Solved ACROSS 13 Hugs-and-kisses symbols 14 Pacific island host of two “Survivor” seasons 15 Medical image 16 Analogy words 17 Modern John Hancock 19 Epithet never actually used by Jimmy Cagney 21 Angsty music genre 22 LAX posting 1 Org. whose product is measured in barrels 5 Pillar of Islam involving travel 9 School near Windsor Castle WORD SLEUTH: SUDOKU NUCLEAR SCIENCE TERMS How to play: Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer: Fill the empty cells with numbers between 1 and 9. A number can appear only once in each row, column and 3x3 box. Saturday’s answer JUMBLES: KNACK, PLUMB, SHAGGY, SEPTUM. The telemarketerwith emotional issues had a lot of— HANG-UPS ANSWER: SATURDAY’S SOLUTION PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW

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