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explore five e’s-y pieces by Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon Puzzles Game on! Whether you’re even-tempered, or given to great effervescence, we’ll wager an English elevenpence that you’ll find this puzzle smooth as creme de menthe and easy as a gentle breeze. 71 “Way to go, team!” 72 Witherspoon in pictures 73 Where business is buzzing? 77 Bench for prayers 79 LAX or JFK 24 “That’s so gross!” 27 Fiddler’s tune 28 Digital storage unit 30 Carnivore 33 God for whom a posting 80 Figure Alice met 83 Ark’s landing site 86 Wipe off the board 87 Melodies 88 Synonym of 86-Across 89 Funereal fires 90 Saucy 9 1 Dodged DOWN 1 Buttonhole in a brazen way 2 Gumshoe 3 Flock leader 4 Some AOL exchanges ACROSS 1 Have high hopes 7 What’s between 5 Pal of Harry and 26 Blizzard or gale 29 Workout spot 3 1 Egyptian biter 32 Tricycle, e.g. 36 San __ Obispo 40 The I 41 First king of 5 1 Worker with Hermione 6 Pitching stats 7 Wee-hours flights 8 Poem that may two shoulders 11 Sacred song 16 Hubbub 17 Slight advantage 18 Doing fine on the links 19 Big name in small planes 20 Chilly situation 22 See 25-Across 23 Go a-courting? 25 With 22-Across, faded away Israel 42 Coil inventor Nikola 43 Torch singer’s numbers 47 Treasure find 49 Bad, as an omen 50 Many a Monopoly sq. buzzers 53 Kobe’s org. 54 Visibility impediment 55 Land of Bollywood 56 Really teed off 58 Pretzel feature 60 James the soul singer 62 Feel a bit punk 63 Sparkling wine 64 “What Child Is This?” tune 69 Attorney’s org. begin “O ...” 9 Start showing gray 10 Captain Jack Sparrow player 1 1 Hair lines 12 Place for a belfry 13 Mimicker 14 Loaf 15 TV’s eloquent equine 21 Phobia weekday was named 34 Tackle box item 35 Hitch on the run 37 Taking advantage of 38 “Well, dog my cats” 39 Light lunch choice 42 Scottie, e.g. 43 U.K.’s Oscar equivalent 44 Firmly declares 45 On the level 46 Passover meal 48 Easily bribed 52 Toy with a tail 57 Nautical adverb 59 Choice in kitties 61 Foot that goes “ba-da-BAH” 64 Chutzpah 65 Nautical pronoun 66 Angled off course 67 What you will 68 Off your feet 70 Patiently waits 73 Choreography unit 74 Out of kilter 75 Sport 76 __ of faith 78 Stroll in the shallows 81 Six-sided roller 82 Be mistaken 84 Gun, as a motor 85 In the style of straight a’s Only one vowel appears in this puzzle grid, and all instances of it are shown. Clues to the answers are given in random order, but if you can fill the grid correctly, you’ll deserve straight A’s. Answers, page 168 cLUeS 1. The opposite of brains, as idiom has it 2. A whole big bunch of bees 3. Cohort of Lennon, McCartney, and Harrison 4. Snare to catch a guy 5. Expression like PDQ or stat 6. Folks from the Yellowhammer State 7. Melons with yellow rinds 8. Actor in The Godfather Puzzles continue on page 166  164 october 2012

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - October 2012

US Airways - October 2012
Table of Contents
CEO Letter
From the Editor
Did You Know?
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Amusement Parks
Wine & Dine: San Diego
Wine & Dine: Nashville
Adventure: Paragliding
Great Escapes: Ireland
Great Escapes: Bernardus Lodge & Winery
Gear Up: Tech for Eyes and Ears
The Color of Money: Rio de Janeiro
Pink & Proud: National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Great Tastes: Molyvos and the Russian Tea Room
University Spotlight: Hollins University
Celebrate Winston-Salem, N.C.
Must Read: The Man Who Changed the Way We Eat
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Video Entertainment
Audio Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - October 2012