Puzzle 427: Freestyle 386. On second thought, never change.


Last Friday’s freestyle solution

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Word count: 72
Mean word length: 5.31


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I went into this grid specifically wanting something with an unusual shape that wouldn’t be too hard to construct. It’s a bit compartmentalized, yes. But I avoid situations, if at all possible, where there’s only one way for a solver to get into a section (“unlike this one,” he said sheepishly, noticing the byline).

By the time I “talk to” you next, it will be the new year. I hope it is a fulfilling one in every respect for you! Boy, do I have a feeling that it will be for me…


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Thanks as always to the test solvers for their input.


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3 thoughts on “Puzzle 427: Freestyle 386. On second thought, never change.”

  1. Loved the puzzle, as usual, and thanks.

    However, I don’t understand 55A. At least from the transmission point of view, a would be first, second, third, neutral, reverse, etc, and could be drive.

    What am I missing?

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