03.24.15 — Night


Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Puzzle by Robyn Weintraub / Edited by Will Shortz

NIGHT (71A. Word that can precede either part of 17-, 25-, 38-, 54- and 63-Across) is the tie for the interrelated group of this Tuesday crossword:

SCHOOL CLUB (17A. Debate team or Model United Nations), Night school, nightclub
LIFELINE (24A. Aid on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire), Nightlife, nightline
TIME TABLE (38A. Commuter’s reference guide), Night time, night table
SKYLIGHT (54A. Atrium feature), Night sky, night light
STICK SHIFT (3A. It’s not an automatic feature), Night stick, night shift\

Other — AVARICE (11D. Greed), FARO (22A. Card game with a bank), LEGALIZED (10D. Like gambling in Nevada), MODE (41A. 6, in the set [3,5,5,6,6,6,7]), OAK TREE (42D. Acorn, eventually), PARAPET (49A. Shooter’s position in a fort), SLUICED (32A. Drenched with a sudden flow), STEAL AWAY (34D. Leave surreptitiously).


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

White does not have shades. We all know there's fifty shades of grey. ;-) No one has yet counted all the shades, tints and tones of off-white as that number is infinite.
Here's the relevant entry from Simon & Schuster's Webster's New World Dictionary 3rd Ed. on the word "pearl": 'The color of some pearls, a bluish gray.'
White is also not a color, but you can have various effects and glosses such as metallic, porcelain enamel, matte and flat.