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12 THE CORNELL DAILY SUN | Monday, November 26, 2012

Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis

ACROSS 1 Ed of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” 6 “Mystery solved!” 9 Spear 13 Picked 14 Artist’s studio site 16 “Arsenic and Old __” 17 Mischievous girl in classic comics 19 Fairy tale menace 20 Display for the first time, as a product 21 Rajah’s spouse 23 Until this time 24 Grilled fish in Japanese unadon 26 “Exodus” actor Sal 28 Florida NBA team, on scoreboards 31 Jack LaLanne, for one 35 Tries to make it alone 37 Funereal stacks 38 Unaccompanied 39 Baggage handler, e.g. 42 Actress Amanda 43 Put the kibosh on 45 Idle 47 1984 South African Peace Nobelist 50 Williams with a .344 lifetime batting average 51 High-altitude nest 52 Lavish bash 54 Slap-on-theforehead cry 56 The “height” part of a height phobia 58 Dress to the nines 62 __ hygiene 64 “Star Trek” role for George Takei 66 Late-night Jay 67 Genesis garden site 68 Scrabble pieces 69 Bustle 70 Big name in ice cream 71 Monica of tennis DOWN 1 Rights protection gp. 2 Knee-to-ankle bone

34 “¿Cómo está __?” 53 Cow on a 3 Misbehaving child’s 36 Boss’s “We need carton to talk” 54 Birdbrain punishment 40 Sufficient, in 55 After-school 4 Makeup maven slang cookie Lauder 41 Too violent for a 57 Gave the green 5 Raised light sculptures PG-13 59 Quiet spell 6 Musketeer motto 44 Nickelodeon word explorer 60 Beekeeper 46 Figures made played by Peter 7 Time of day with scissors Fonda 8 On fire 61 Kisser 9 __-mo replay 48 Ornamental wall recess 63 Lav of London 10 Cry that starts a 65 “__ questions?” kid’s game 49 Put down 11 Ranch division ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 12 Borscht ingredient 15 North African capital for which its country is named 18 Mama Cass’s surname 22 Clouseau’s title: Abbr. 25 D-Day city 27 Nile Valley country 28 Eyed lewdly 29 TV sports pioneer Arledge 30 Pitches in 32 Cry that conflicts with 10-Down 33 Christopher of 11/26/12 “Superman”


Sun Sudoku

Fill in the empty cells, one number in each, so that each column, row, and region contains the numbers 1-9 exactly once. Each number in the solution therefore occurs only once in each of the three “directions,” hence the “single numbers” implied by the puzzle’s name. (Rules from /Sudoku)

Puzzle #1 Week Left

8 1 5

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