The crossword below is special. Each answer has two clues. Your goal is to find two clues that have the same answer. Then add up their numbers, and place the answer in the appropriate box in the diagram.
For example, if the clue for 7-across is "view above (2 words)" and the clue for 21-across is "consult the textbook (2 words)", the answer for both clues would be LOOKUP. Since 7+21=28, you would fill in LOOKUP in the diagram in 28-across.
Can you solve this?
 Antonio and Fernando, for example
San in both San Fernando and San Antonio is an apocopic form [lacking the final sound or syllable] of santo (Spanish and Italian masculine noun for saint), the plural of which is not, as the puzzle implies, sans, but (Spanish) santos or (Italian) santi.
English words pluralized as sans are the nouns:
san (1) a letter of the archaic Greek alphabet that came before qoppa and after pi, and represented one of the sibilant (s-like) sounds; and the dated and informal word san (2) a sanitorium.
Posted by Dej Mar
on 2012-06-05 04:06:58