Crosswords to Stimulate Your Mind
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Aug 1, 2002 - Games - 96 pages
You're top-notch at crosswords and want to stimulate your mind with some that are different from the rest. Look no further than this gold mine of 72 puzzles taken from the best magazines published in the 50s and 60s. So, the clue for MOON is "One of NASA's goals," since it was written before Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. And, the answer for "Actress Drew" would be ELLEN, not BARRYMORE. Your brain will get a good workout as you test your vocabulary and find out how much you know.
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