Sherman was the piano player in Peanuts, not Linus. Please pass that along to the Prestons.
In the 6-17-15 crossword puzzle, "Shrewd person" is a terrible clue for HARDHEAD. "Stubborn person" would be more fair.
I need the larger version. Can you fix this one so I can download it. Thanks!!
The entire upper left corner is messed up because the creators unfortunately mixed around "Sunrise, Sunset" from Fiddler on the Roof. Be more careful next time!
Thanks for letting us know. The link has been fixed:
Says the file has been destructed...can't get the puzzle either..
Can't get the larger PDF to download. Can you help?
There seems to be a geographical error in the clue for 50 Down. A "man from Tehran (var.)" would be an Iranian, not an "Iraki." How about "Man from Mosul (var.)" instead?
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While you might look askance because you are LEERY or wary, it does not mean you are LEERing. Am I missing something?
118 down clue "look askance"
118 answer "leer"
Please explain this to me as in my thinking these are contradictory meanings.
I've always thought that to look "askance" was to purposely look AWAY from something (often done in a side-wise manner,) usually because of wariness, distrust or skepticism.
Whereas I've always believed that to "leer" was to purposely look TOWARD something (even if done in a "side-wise" manner), usually because of sexual or malicious intent.
How can you leer at something that you can't see? Why would you look askance of something that you wanted to see?
While you might look askance because you are LEARY, it does not mean you are LEERing. Am I missing something?
Please fix this page so I can download to a larger PDF.
Please call the Durham office tomorrow between 9am-5pm. 919-286-1972. Hit 0 when you hear the auto attendant. We will walk you through finding the solution you are looking for.
This is becoming an unfunny joke. the URL you gave me (http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/diversion… . ) if for an entirely different puzzle. The printed puzzle (I mean printed on paper, you understand) is called "A Walk in the Woods." There is no title on the puzzle at that URL and it it o way resembles the one you included on the printed version.
cbdean, we are working on the pdf download problem. It is an intermittent problem and therefore, difficult to troubleshoot.
keviwan and Mary Jo Haverty here is the link to the solution for the Chris King, "A Walk in the Woods" crosswood - http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/ArticleAr…
Chuck Galle the puzzle can be found here http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/diversion… . Some weeks we publish two crosswords online but only one of them in print. We apologize for the confusion.
I'm astonished that you have not put up the actual puzzle that appears in the printed version, and a solution to it, especially with the strange turns it takes, by now. I informed you of the problem back last Friday and yet the same puzzle, totally unrelated to the printed version still appears. Tsk, tsk.
Will you print the solution to this very difficult puzzle in next week's Indy? I'm not a big fan of this Chris King - way to obscure and local.
The puzzle I have in my 2/19/14 Indy is "A Walk in the Woods" by Chris King, not "Egged On". Can you post the solution for it please, thanks!
Is there a reason why this puzzle will not download in the larger PDF?
This time, we got the following crossword puzzle clue What the Tin Man had that also known as what the Tin Man had 6 letters .
Where can I find the answers to this puzzle.
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