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Synonyms for crossword

a puzzle in which words corresponding to numbered clues are to be found and written in to squares in the puzzle

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Another clue read: "Draw up a set of biblical books, ending in Matthew", and other answers in the crossword included "birthday" and "wishes".
I am delighted that crossword tutors are bringing their expertise and enthusiasm for teaching cryptic crosswords to Liverpool".
So the next time you see a close friend poring over a crossword, just imagine the Picasso that they are painting in their minds; it's not the same as the Picasso in your mind, but it is just as pleasing.
He explained: "I'm particularly into the cryptic crossword in the Guardian - some days it flies, but there are times when I can't finish it because the compiler's put in some sodding historical Egyptian s***e.
Players can purchase 2014, Wild Cherry Tripler, Crossword and $250,000 Crossword at more than 8,200 Lottery retailers statewide.
Turbo Crosswords aims to combine the traditional world of crosswords puzzles with the fast paced world of arcade and trivia games.
For a crossword to score the maximum of 2 x 109 = 218 points, the black square be in the first or last column and not in the second or seventh row of its column.
The answer to last Sunday's crossword (below, right) was Punjabi, and Mrs V Smith of Bedford wins a copy of the annual.
He wrote to the then New York Times crossword editor in 1989 explaining his love of the daily challenges.
If only one crossword dictionary were to be part of a general lending library's holding, it should be this extensive reference, which has won acclaim from many crossword experts.
Ash Sharma, from Great Barr, has been credited with making homework fun again after his maths and English crossword books were snapped up by families across the country.
Ash Sharma, from Great Barr, Birmingham, has been credited with making homework fun again after his maths and English crossword books were snapped up by families across the country.
On Monday, my day off, when I should have been snipping the overgrown ivy, sweeping the drive and giving the lawn it's first tentative mowing, I spent the afternoon with a pen and a crossword of fiendish complexity.
The use of crossword puzzles is proposed as a vehicle for accelerating learning vocabulary terms in an introductory management information systems (MIS) class.
By stretching Susan Haack's crossword metaphor to its limits, we show that there are circumstances under which this objection is untenable.