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July 24, 2024

Crossword: Coastal Curmudgeons #01

Dungeness Crab
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March 29, 2024

This week’s theme: crustacean-related phrases.

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Next Friday’s Crossword: Camelot Theatre 2024 #01.
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Explanations of selected entries, theme, clues, etc.: (spoilers)

20A. CRACKED CRABS;
31A. CRABWALK
36A. CRAB CAKES;
48A. CRABTREE: crabapple, Crabtree & Evelyn;
55A. (Attack of the) CRAB MONSTERS;
49D. BACKUS: John, Jim

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