10.06.14 — MISSIN’ G


Monday, October 6, 2014

Puzzle by Robyn Weintraub / Edited by Will Shortz

MISSIN’ G (36A. Lost … or, n two words, an apt description  of 17-, 24-, 47- and 59-Across), LYIN’ EYES (17A. 1975 Eagles hit about a woman having an affair), SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (24A. Title hit of a 1952 Gene Kelly musical), PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ (47A. 1930 Harry Richman hit whose title describes ostentatious living) and MOVIN’ OUT (59A. 1978 Billy Joel hit that gave its name to a 2002 Broadway musical) constitute the interrelated group of this Monday crossword.

Other — APPLAUDED (11D. Clapped), CHEMISTRY (12D. Element-ary school subject?), EXCITABLE (31D. Easily enthused), HERCULEAN (30D. Almost impossible, as a task), RAMPART (35D. Defensive embankment), SLYNESS (16D. Guile).


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