07.25.15 — Rosebud

Orson Welles, “Citizen Kane”


Saturday, July 25, 2015

Puzzle by Kevin G. Der / Edited by Will Shortz

Of interest — AROINT (16A. “Begone,” to Shakespeare); BIBELOT (33A. Trinket); BOUNCE HOUSE (45A. It’s blown up at a carnival); BOX SCORE (33D. Some sports figures); COURT VISION (19a. Hoopster’s playmaking ability); EGOMANIA (15A. Citizen Kane’s affliction); FOOT BATHS (27D. Dog washers?); NEPAL (43D. Traditional birthplace of Buddhism); ON SALE NOW (13D. Available for purchase); ORANGINA (51A. Beverage in a pear-shaped bottle, ironically); POWER NAP (49A. Stopgap for an energy shortage); SNEEZE (52A. Something you close your eyes for); TIME BOMB (1A. One waiting to go off); TON ROWS (35A. Modern composer’s constructions); VIOLA SOLO (12D. Feature of Berlioz’s symphony “Harold en Italie”); WET ONE (31A. Sloppy kiss); WIN THE WAR (31D. Ultimately prevail).


Click on image to enlarge, 
or Right click and select “Open Link in New Window".

Puzzle available on the internet at
THE NEW YORK TIMES — Crossword Puzzles and Games.

No comments: