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4 THE ROANOKE TIMES
Sunday, August 10, 2014
SUNDAY PUZZLES
KenKen
Word Roundup
7 Little Words
HOW TO PLAY:
1. Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 through
4 (easy) or 1 through 6 (challenging) without repeating.
2. The numbers within the heavily outlined boxes, called cages,
must combine using the given operation (in any order) to produce
the target numbers in the top-left corners.
3. Freebies: Fill in single-box cages with number in top-left corner.
HOW TO PLAY:
Find and circle ...
HOW TO PLAY:
Find the 7 words to match the 7 clues. The numbers in
parentheses represent the num ber of leters in each solution.
Each letter combination can be used only once, but all letter
combinations will be necessary to complete the puzzle.
Jumble
HOW TO PLAY: Unscramble these 6 Jumbles, one
letter to each square, to form 6 ordinary words.
Unscramble these six Jumbles,
one letter to each square,
to form six ordinary words.
PRINTU
KESCIN
FACETF
HNARSK
HOW TO PLAY: The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher
in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that
X equals O, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters,
short words and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to
locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error.
Check out the new, free JUST JUMBLE app
Cryptoquip
DJIWK IYW UMKHWKWK BKDOS
YVU UFWHVDR VONVUVCVRVIA
FMIVMO, YW DUSWB,
SPOIGS
“ Y D N W V X D B W X A U W R J H R W D K ?”
PYNEHH
Now arrange the circled letters
to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon.
Today’s Cryptoquip clue: Y equals H
Puzzle solutions are on Page 10
Kakuro
Catchy Phrases
HOW TO PLAY: Fill in the
squares using any number from 1 to 9, without
repeating any numbers in
a run line (row or column
blocked off by black
boxes). The numbers in
each horizontal run line
must add up to the sum
shown in the black box to
its left (above the diagonal). The numbers in each
up to the sum shown in
the black box at its top
(below the diagonal).
Across
1 Place with canoes
5 Tableland
9 Groups of foxhounds
14 Little one on a board
18 Sashes with bows
19 Skating maneuvers
21 Interwoven hair
23 Unimposing
24 Wrangler’s rope
25 What determines when
the bash ends?
27 Awkward work period?
30 Walks leisurely
31 Must
32 “The Thin Blue Line”
director Morris
34 Outlaw tracker
38 Vision-correcting aid
41 Student-teacher
calculation, say
43 Savanna newborn
45 Acct. posting
46 Chess great keeping
warm?
51 “For that reason ...”
52 Uncultured sort
54 Chevy subcompact
55 Soap staple
56 Superman portrayer Cain
57 Italian cheesecake cheese
59 Crisp quality
62 Sudden burst
64 Like Thurber’s humor
65 Tattoo sites, perhaps
66 Course often taken first
68 Thermal __
70 Modus operandi
71 Containers for some pork
cuts?
73 ’50s’ sci-fi flier
76 Unlikely to be talked
out of
78 Looks
79 Reporter’s need
80 Disfigure
82 Planter
84 R.I. summer hours
85 Bullet propellant
86 Macbeth, for one
88 Prompt, as a forgetful
actor
90 Give a tongue-lashing,
with “out”
92 Passionate
93 Reheat, in a way
94 Hoedown official having
98 Pre-event period
99 Like Marilyn Monroe’s
voice
101 Stoppers of spirits
104 __ Rossi: wine brand
105 Was brilliant
107 Pastry bag filler
110 Mile High player
113 Demand for fabric
softener?
118 Yellowstone roughneck?
122 Diving birds
Sudoku Triples
HOW TO PLAY: Sudoku Triples consists of three standard Sudoku panels, sharing one
set of 3-by-3 boxes. Each row, column and set of 3-by-3 boxes must contain the numbers
1 through 9 without repetition. Each 3-by-3 box in the shared section of the three panels
is filled in identically. Therefore, finding a number in one box in the shared section
123 Take the edge off
124 Biblical barterer
125 Actor with seven Emmys
126 Causing shudders,
maybe
127 “Slippery” trees
128 Stare
129 Swamp growths
130 Ones breaking away
131 Bug repellent ingredient
Down
1 Cruiser drivers
2 Bump up against
3 22-Across variety
4 Freudian concern
5 “The Bells of St. __”
6 Be real
8 Voices in il coro
9 Very quietly, in music
10 1836 battle site
11 December number
12 Hobbyists’ purchases
13 Eyelid irritation
14 Like a certain fairy tale
apple
15 Give pieces to
16 Very early
17 Scand. land
20 Rare football result
26 Dash for cash, e.g.
28 Go-__
29 Remove fat from
33 Teams are often on it,
with “the”
35 Chauffeur who’s off his
rocker?
36 Baking staple
37 Key wood
38 Ones who are
astrologically balanced?
39 Honor with oil
40 Agent in need of Weight
Watchers?
42 Unkeyed
43 Racing’s 24 Hours of __
44 On the warpath
47 Feed bag feed
48 Clark’s “Mogambo”
co-star
49 Most retirees: Abbr.
50 Winds down, with “off”
53 “Good Times” star
58 Romeo and Juliet, e.g.
60 Afflictions
61 Word on a check
63 Eraser target
67 Worked a dance, for short
69 Cheese from the
Netherlands
71 Manhattan area, with
“the”
72 Sunset Limited operator
74 Busy
75 More than wanted
77 Liberty Island symbol
79 Not all
80 Cable news station
81 Legend creator
83 Preside over
85 20th-century White
House nickname
87 Crayola color retired in
2003
91 Kronborg Castle, in
Shakespeare
95 Over there, to
Shakespeare
96 Big Easy cuisine
97 Author Jaffe
100 British Conservative
103 Was like-minded
106 Took for a ride
108 Pessimist
109 “Nothing more required
here”
111 Epps of “The Mod Squad”
112 Wine taster’s concern
114 Hardships
115 Leafy vegetable
116 Salinger’s “With Love and
Squalor” girl
117 __ pilot
118 Mooch
119 “White Collar” network
120 Full circuit
121 Waffling sounds
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