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The Atlantic Monthly | July/August 2001
 
The Puzzler
ANSWERS TO THE JUNE PUZZLER

"Private Boxes"

by Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon
 
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The June Puzzler solution

Each box belongs to Pandora and uses "P and/or A" to make new words Across and Down. The new words in order are APART and PASS, PAMPA and DAIS, GRIPPE and EARLAP, APOGEE and KNEEPAD, BURLAP and PALACE, CARESS and APICES, PLOW and PAPAW, HOPE and TOGA.

Across. 1. ART (double def.) 4. TOKE + NED (den rev.) 10. MAD(R) + AS 12. PAM (rev.) 13. AS + PIRATES 15. WE + EVILS 16. G + RIPE 17. O + GEE 18. AD VERSE 24. CROATIA (anag.) 25. BUR + L (rub rev.) 26. CRESS (hidden) 27. PAP + ILL + A 30. CAP + AC(I)TOR 31. LOW (double def.) 32. RE(S)IGN 33. W + ELDERS 34. H(O)E

Down. 1. A + MAL + GAM 2. T(R)IPPED 3. EARL(Y) 5. OF + TEN + ER 6. KNEED (homophone) 7. NAVI(GATE)D (divan rev.) 8. EM + B + LEM (me rev.) 9. DIS (double def.) 11. AS + S 14. LIVE + R + POOL 19. SCALPER (anag.) 20. TARN-ISH (pun) 21. CASERNE (anag.) 22. S(U)ABLE 23. P(L)ACE 27. P + AW 28. I + CES (rev.) 29. TOG (rev.)


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