Andrew Jackson's Eye - Twenty Dollar Bill
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Puzzle by John Guzzetta / Edited by Will Shortz
DOUBLE SAWBUCK (51A. 20-, 27- and 43-Across locale, in slang), ANDREW JACKSON (20A. On the front); THE WHITE HOUSE (27A. On the back) and TWENTY DOLLARS (43A. On both sides) constitutes the interrelated group of this rich Tuesday crossword. Here’s a money-shaped crossword featuring the ONE.
Other — ARROW (47D. Symbol on a “This way” sign); CADENT (5D. Rhythmic); DEWLAP (45D. Iguana feature); FLOATERS and RAFT (3D. People in 1-Acrosses; 1A. Shooter though whitewater rapids); SLEUTH and CLEW (42D. Miss Marple; 6D. Something of interest to Miss Marple; SNACKBAR, SHAKES and SODA (38D. Establishment that might sell 9-Down and 53-Downs; 9D. Drinks with straws; 53D. Drink with a straw); TRUMAN (43D. Winner o f 1948); WIDTHS (14D. C, D and EEE); WOBBLY (44D. Not stable).
Five-letter — ADDED, Buenos AIRES; BEANS (12D. Jack‘s purchase in a children‘s story), EMPTY, HEART, HYPER, IN-LAW, MAORI (17A. New Zealand native), ORION (11D. The Hunter), REINS, ROUTE, SINUS, TUBES.
Short stuff — AIL, ALES, ALOE, Santa ANA, ASAP, Wall Street Journal ASIA, AURA, CAT, CCCP, CONJ, Mötley CRUE, CUED, DENT and DENY, DRAY, DUMB, EMIR, ERA and ERE, ETAL, HARE Krishna, HEN, HOE, IDEA, MEET, MEWL, MOLL, MORE, OHIO, ORR, PETA, PSST, RASP, RIM, Le ROI Soleil, ROSE of Sharon, SLOB, SOT, STAR, STY, TARN, TON, WEE, YET.
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