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July 18, 2024

Crossword: Oregon-e Rogue #01

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July 5, 2024

This week’s theme: circled letters that have gone danGEROUsly “rogue”.

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Explanations of selected entries, theme, clues, etc.: (spoilers)

Circled R,O,G,U,E letters are scrambled in entries (underlined below):
17A. BATON ROUGE
23A. WHITE STURGEON, found in the Rogue River
37A. GORGEOUS WEATHER
47A. YOU’RE GROUNDED
59A. BLUE GROTTO near Lost Creek Lake; sea cave on Isle of Capri

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