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Twice Twice Over

· By Emma Oxford · Published 4 days ago

Constructor's Note: This is a puzzle for Crosshare's "2"-themed January #midi-challenge. (The two-letter entries are technically unrelated to the theme, but I thought they could be excused because of said theme.) Enjoy!
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  • Mike D 🤓5:36 · 4 days ago
    Very nice! I like how you got both RI
    11A RISmallest US state by area
    and DE
    40A DESecond-smallest US State by area
    in - representing for the small states! 😂
    • Joah 9:19 · 4 days ago
      Super clever theme!
      • Abide 🤓16:20 · 4 days ago
        Nice...and harder than it looked!
        • FNCLL 🤓15:50 · 4 days ago
          Niiiiice
          1ATwo: Sp.
          1
          2
          3
          4
          5
          6
          7
          8
          9
          10
          11
          12
          13
          14
          15
          16
          17
          18
          19
          20
          21
          22
          23
          24
          25
          26
          27
          28
          29
          30
          31
          32
          33
          34
          35
          36
          37
          38
          39
          40
          41
          Across
          1. 1A
            Two: Sp.
          2. 4A
            Résumé for PhDs
          3. 6A
            Non-venomous but still very deadly snakes
          4. 10A
            Pick one from two
          5. 11A
            Smallest US state by area
          6. 12A
            Like some airports: Abbr.
          7. 13A
            *Join forces
          8. 15A
            Indian bread or French roast (if you add an accent)
          9. 16A
            New England haddock
          10. 17A
            "Don't __ me"
          11. 18A
            "I have ___ idea!"
          12. 19A
            *Nightly inspection
          13. 22A
            Drain, as energy
          14. 25A
            Home security giant
          15. 26A
            Where you can see 3-Downs
            Aspiring Christmas tree topper in a classic Eat'n Park ad (look it up, it's cute-- what no I'm not crying, you're crying!)[----]
            on a clear, night
          16. 27A
            *Incidental, unwanted chatter
          17. 30A
            Second child of Robert and Cora on "Downton Abbey"
          18. 31A
            Coming out of anesthesia, perhaps
          19. 34A
            See 22-Down
            You pick them up with your 34-Across[------]
          20. 35A
            Multiply by two... or, word that can precede either part of the starred entries
          21. 36A
            Too French?
          22. 37A
            ___ + ___ = deux
          23. 38A
            Letters on a sticker in a car window, perhaps
          24. 39A
            Many universities used to use these as student IDs, back before identity theft was a thing
          25. 40A
            Second-smallest US State by area
          26. 41A
            GI's time off
          Down
          1. 1D
            Parts of i's and j's but not I's or J's
          2. 2D
            Oil grp.
          3. 3D
            Aspiring Christmas tree topper in a classic Eat'n Park ad (look it up, it's cute-- what no I'm not crying, you're crying!)
          4. 4D
            Term on a pet food nutrition label (it doesn't mean they've added soot to the food)
          5. 5D
            One to roll out the red carpet for, for short
          6. 6D
            "His greatness weigh'd, his will is not his own; / For he himself is subject to his ___": Laertes
          7. 7D
            Cox was her second (and third?) husband (Lennon was her third (fourth?))
          8. 8D
            It may be two-pronged
          9. 9D
            Like some evening dresses
          10. 14D
            A lot more than two people
          11. 17D
            Work without a partner
          12. 20D
            Banned insecticide
          13. 21D
            Swedish pop band whose name is one letter off from a former Colombian drug lord
          14. 22D
            You pick them up with your 34-Across
            See 22-Down[----]
          15. 23D
            Passions
          16. 24D
            "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" band
          17. 28D
            "Two ___ Behind" (Def Leppard song)
          18. 29D
            ___ Costello: "I'm asking you what's the guy's name on first base?" Bud Abbott: "Oh no, what's on second."
          19. 32D
            "Not to worry, I have a ___!" (I actually don't, please worry)
          20. 33D
            2022, for one
          21. 35D
            Unexploded bomb
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