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One thing is always true, however: Words end at the heavy black lines. ) Some letters are as a result "unchecked"-they have no words that cross them, that is. Also keep in mind that clue answers include plenty of proper nouns, a fair number of familiar foreign words, a bunch of abbreviations, and a few too many words that can best be described as obscure. The worst offenders among these-and we've kept them to a minimum-are the classically annoying crossword flora and fauna. We hate to include them, but sometimes there's no choice; and anyway, without a wildebeest or a yak here and there, could we really call it a puzzle?
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