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ふん がめ

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Let’s play a がめ! First, solve the すどく and black out the even numbers. Then, fill in the remaining spaces with ひらがな. Finally, a unique New York City destination will reveal itself.

 

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Body of water
Brown
Browse
Capture another (photo)
Gun defenders
Natural disaster
Primate
Slanted building city
Springy kind of stick
Trait carrier
Twelve
What Sondheim might do with clowns
Wraparound attire (not sari)

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Animal advocates
Appellation inspiration
Beardlet
Big truck, for short
Extent
Fuss
Have a meal
Horse strap
Hummus carrier
Kikkoman’s blocky buddy
Make serve a purpose
Not to be discussed
Pantyhose damage
Wash

Errata:
A “1” should be present in the 6th column, 5th row. This change was made at 8:30 p.m. PT on Mar. 28th.
The fourth “DOWN” clue was removed, and a new “DOWN” clue “Kikkoman’s blocky buddy” was added. Also, “not sari” was added to the final ACROSS clue. This change was made at 3:15 a.m. PT on Mar. 31st.
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Film Festival

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What do you think of these films? Give us your best one-word review! As an example, the first review has been completed for you.

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Target Practice

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Hey, get back here! A mysterious masked figure on a horse just grabbed an armful of Mission Street Puzzles T-shirts and rode off into the distance, due NNW. You shoot an arrow in that direction. When it leaves your bow, it’s moving at 100 mph (~44.704 m/s), at an angle of 35 degrees above the horizontal. It lands at the same height above the ground as where it started. Where should you go to retrieve your arrow?

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Spotted It!

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We sent eleven of our Mission Street Puzzles agents on an African safari, where each agent took a pair of pictures, highlighting a single animal moving from one spot to another. Can you figure out which agents took which pictures? Then, based on the locations of the animals of interest, we can deduce where in New York City the agents are meeting to “recap” their trip.
Order of agents: Sally, Scott, Sergei, Sharon, Sissy, Skye, Solomon, Spike, Steve, Susan, Swetha

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