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When the compiler of crossword puzzles dies would he be buried six down and three across?
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The punch line to this joke is, "They buried him six down and eightacross."
Could be "s'il".
there would be an another cross word champion or the second crossword champion would go first.
Assuming you mean this week's puzzle, 5 October 2008, No. 1354, the answer is Blue Nile
eel. its a kind of eel that chomps into other fish and feeds on their blood... im not kidding you can check dictionary.com
hahahah this is my homework tonight :( who is this do you go to carmel middle school?
The clues for words that are entered horizontally in a crossword are labeled "Across."
That depends on how many letters are in the answer.
perpendicular. this means the intersection forms 4 right angles (90 degrees)
midi or cocktail length
"I don't want Heaven handed to me on a silver platter, I want to erne it." Crossword puzzle champions don't die, they just get erased.
You'll have to check the Telegraph on the following day for the puzzle answers.
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I'm not sure exactly what you mean. I guess you could write the letters upside down. If you write the words upside down, the letters will be in reverse order and won't cross c…orrectly. Most crosswords have 180 degree symmetry, so if you turn the puzzle upside down, you could enter the words but the numbers won't line up. The bottom line is you can do whatever you want, but you will have diminishing success in actually finishing the puzzle, which is mostly the point for me.