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Cape Gazette FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 - MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2013 77 HomeC Edited by Stanley Newman (www.StanXwords.com) SEEING THINGS: With the theme in the clues by Fred Piscop ( J "Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there." I 2 ACROSS 68 Type of evergreen 1 The Nazarene author 70 Makes the scene 5 Dentist's request 72 Hosp. drips 10 "1 agree completely!" 73 Aerialist's safeguard 14 Foster with two Oscars 76 Cybermessages 19 Former Milan money 77 The BuckEYEs 20 Being chilled 79 Prefix with flop 21 NASA cancellation 80 Items on a 22 95 Across off collector's list Venezuela 81 Ante- relative . 23 Clarence BirdsEYE's 82 Take off the shelf innovation 83 Current carrier 25 Device with an 84 Poultry product electric EYE 85 RibEYE, for example 27 Feature of lowercase89 Intense entl~uslasm h's and k's 90 Microfilm holder 28 Moans 92 UFO crew 30 Car parkers" 93 Blackens in a 31 Spiegel (German barbecue weekly) 94 In tatters 32 Gulf north of Libya 95 Cruise destination 33 Birds that brood 97 Game played by 34 "Late" meal Phileas Fogg 38 Sonata movement 98 Ogden Nash specialty 39 Put on TV 99 "On the double!" 40 Armchair athlete's 102 Model of virtue channel 103 Optimal 44 Simple chord 108 Quick bit of shutEYE 45 When redEYEs fly 110 I, the Jury private EYE 47 However, for short 112 Deceive 48, Insurance concern 113 Ode or haiku 49 Facetious "Me?" 114 More than adequate 50 Opposite of paleo- 115 Actor Epps 51 Sports-shoe gripper 116 Lifted, so to speak 53 Chow down 117 Has claim to 54 GoldenEYE spy 118 Branch of mythology 58 Slip of memory 119 __ de plume 59 Reporter's query 60 Gives birth to DOWN 61 Annual Pampiona 1 Romeo (Italian auto) runners 2 Round Table guys 62 Destroyed 3 Swamp beast 64 Showers with praise 4 Visibility obstacle 66 Baker's qty. 5 Show curiosity 67 Travel plan 6 Deduce 7 Chanel rival 8 The Name of the Rose author 9 Merlot or Cabernet 10 Fireplace fixture 11 Bucks 12 Swelled heads 13 Likewise not 14 Honda's headquarters 15 Threat ender 16 Beach hill 17 "Yeah, sure!" 18 Mr. Potato Head pair 24 Wrapped up 26 Unconcealed 29 Env. info 32 Russian word for "council" 33 Greeting from Kermit 34 Throw here and there 35 Dickensian clerk 36 Place with bull's-EYEs 37 Where Islamabed is cap. 38 Leeway 39 Got mellower 41 Cat's EYE screenwriter 42 Project segment 43 Jotted down 46 Tourists' stopovers 49 En (all together) 51 Yuletide surname 52 Hang in there 54 Carved gemstone 55 "Same here" 56 Stomach settler, for short~ 57 Moves like molasses 60 Propels a javelin m 1 19 -- 23 27 II 34 44 48 53 -- 59 68 -- 76 80 84 -- 90 II 99 -- 108 112 116 | 62 Clich0d 83 Witty one 100 Carrot or parsnip 63 Ramble around 85 Downstairs, on a ship 101 Ricelike pasta 65 Working hard 86 Deep divisions 102 Wet blanket 68 Not as many 87 Rarefied 103 CPA subordinate, 69 Something seen . 88 Inventor of roll film perhaps 70 White hat wearer 89 Shark cousin 104 "Follow me!" 71 General at Gettysburg 91 Part of a door frame 105 Rounds to load 74 Spooky 94 Fraternity hopeful 106 Stitches on a 75 Tire pattern 96 Gypsy composer baseball 77 Mined materials 97 Start theday 107 Blunders 78 Sets as a price 98 Rinds 109 NASDAQ debut 81 Tampa-St._ 99 Some PX customers 111 Online"lthink" i'f" 1T ---- __-- __- lib 42 43 74 II 106 75 -- -- ii 107 i 4 514 2 8 Fun By The Numbers Like puzzles? Then you'll love sudoku. This mind-bending puzzle will have you hooked from the moment you square off, so sharpen your pencil and put your sudoku savvy to the test! 3 7 7 8 1 2 9 4 965 3 4 5 3 Level: Advanced Here's How It Works: Sud0ku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 box- es. To solve a sud0ku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear 0nly 0nce in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!