Thursday, April 3, 2014
Puzzle by David Benkof and Jeff Chen
Edited by Will Shortz
CH-CH-CH-CH-CHANGES (58A. Chorus starter in a 1972 David Bowie song … ), along with CHANUKAH MENORAH, CHAOS THEORY, CHARLOTTE BRONTË, CHAIN-SMOKED (17A. December display; 24A. Mathematical field that includes the so-called “butterfly effect“; 36A. One of literature‘s “three sisters“; 44A. Went from butt to butt?), constitute the interrelated group of this Thursday crossword.
Other — ARCS (1D. Things that are tossed usually go in them), ASIAN FLU (16A. Outbreak caused by the H2N2 virus), CRAB and RAM (23D and 39D. Zodiac symbol), ESTS and ESTEE, FANBOY (9D. Many a sci-fi devotee), GET THIS (22D. “Would you beleve …“), LAILA ALI (62A. Boxer who competed on “Dancing With the Stars”), ‘NUFF SAID (6A. “That’s that!”), SAMISEN (19A. Three-stringed Eastern instrument), STIHL (46D. Big name in power tools), TSA and TWA, UNSORTED (64a. Like socks right out of the dryer).
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