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It was exactly thirty-five years ago that the great crossword-puzzle craze began to sweep this country. Like mah-jongg, which came along a bit earlier, crossword puzzles might have been expected to suffer a sudden and permanent loss of favor when the force of the craze had spent itself; instead, they have endured and prospered, and though they are not much talked about nowadays, they continue to have their millions of ardent addicts. Probably the most important person in the world of the crossword puzzle is a slight, charming sixty-one-year-old woman named Margaret Farrar, who helped launch the craze in her youth and is currently the revered crossword-puzzle editor of the Times. We stopped in at the Times shrine the other day and had a pleasant, reminiscent chat with Mrs. Farrar, who gave us to understand at once that she was not the inventor of the crossword puzzle. That honor goes to one Arthur Winn, an editor of the old New York Sunday World, in which, on December 21, , the first crossword puzzle appeared. It was shaped like a diamond, had no black squares, contained thirty-two words, and was called a word-cross puzzle. It scored a mild success, and the puzzle was made a regular feature of the paper. The present square shape and pattern of black-and-white squares, as well as the reversed name, were developed before , when Mrs. Farrar, then Miss Petherbridge, and newly graduated from Smith, got a job as secretary to John O’Hara Cosgrave, editor of the magazine section of the Sunday World. One of Miss Petherbridge’s duties was to see that the puzzles appeared without typographical errors, which had long been a vexation to readers. (To the distress of Mr. Cosgrave, F. P. A., an early crossword-puzzle fan, often called public attention to these errors in his famous column “The Conning Tower.”) Miss Petherbridge proved so good at preventing errors that she soon became the unofficial crossword-puzzle editor, and was even permitted to try her hand at making puzzles.

In , a couple of ambitious young men named Simon and Schuster, having made up their minds to start a publishing house, hit on the idea of bringing out a collection of unpublished Sunday World puzzles. They arranged to pay Miss Petherbridge and two colleagues seventy-five dollars for assembling fifty puzzles. By the time the puzzles were ready, Simon and Schuster had begun to doubt the pulling power of puzzles, and to avoid the risk of beginning their corporate existence with a flop, they brought out the book under an alias—the Plaza Publishing Company. As a selling gimmick, a freshly sharpened pencil was attached to each copy of the book, which sold for the then substantial price of a dollar thirty-five. It was an instant success, forty thousand copies being snapped up in the first three months. Quickly emerging from behind their alias, Simon and Schuster, as Simon & Schuster, brought out two more crossword-puzzle books, both compiled by Miss Petherbridge; as the year ended, total sales of the three books reached three hundred and fifty thousand copies.

Mrs. Farrar lighted a cigarette and shook her head in wonder as she recalled those days. “For a while there, I was busy day and night constructing puzzles,” she said. “In , I married the publisher John Farrar, and when our children started coming along, I gave up my newspaper-puzzle work and limited myself to editing the books, which Simon & Schuster published at the rate of two a year. In , the Times decided to start a Sunday crossword puzzle, and asked me to be editor. Our three children were no longer babies, so I accepted, and I’ve been here ever since. We added the daily crossword in Oh, and of course the S. & S. books keep coming out; I’ve just finished editing the eighty-second, to be published this summer.”

The Times puzzles are sent in by people known to Mrs. Farrar as “constructors.” They work on a free-lance basis, and are paid twenty-five dollars for the large Sunday puzzle and ten dollars for the small dally puzzle. Among the Times’ regular contributors are a high-school principal, an advertising man, and an actress; a good many puzzles also come from inmates of penitentiaries, who presumably have plenty of time on their hands. What are Mrs. Farrar’s requirements for an acceptable puzzle? “First, that it be what’s called an allover interlock,” Mrs. Farrar said, looking serious. “This means that every part of the puzzle is connected with every other part. We use symmetrical patterns of black-and-white squares and allow no unkeyed letters—that is, letters that appear in only one word of the puzzle. Unlike us, the British are always using unkeyed letters This makes the puzzles more difficult for the solver, because he often has only one chance at a letter, but easier for the constructor, because he doesn’t have to make every letter fit both horizontally and vertically. We keep the black squares in our puzzles down to a sixth or less of the total number of squares, and try for a low word count, since the longer the words the harder the puzzle. We don’t allow two-letter words and we avoid as much as possible obsolete words, variants, obscure words, and clichés—words like ‘gnu’ and ‘emu’ and ‘proa.’ Their odd letter structures make them awfully useful in filling difficult spots, but they’re a bore by now.”

Mrs. Farrar chooses puzzles by simply sitting down and solving them. “If I find them interesting and accurate and neither too easy nor too hard, I assume that others will feel the same way,” she said. “I favor using lots of book titles, play titles, names in the news, and so on. I also favor puzzles with a unifying theme—what I call the inner-clue puzzle, which was invented by one of our best constructors, Harold T. Bers. For example, an inner-clue puzzle he did for us recently was called ‘Catalogue’ and had answers that were words or phrases like ‘catbird seat,’ ‘catacombs,’ ‘Kitty Hawk,’ and ‘pussyfoot.’ ”

Our final question was whether the Times puzzles ever contained mistakes. “Oh dear, yes!” Mrs. Farrar said, looking quite serene. “Most of our mistakes are typos, but occasionally there’ll be an error of fact. Not long ago, a constructor sent in a puzzle that asked for Long John Silver’s distinguishing characteristic, in nine letters. The answer, of course, was ‘wooden leg.’ Well, we’d just used Long John Silver in a puzzle, so I switched it to Captain Ahab’s distinguishing characteristic After the puzzle came out, I got a letter from an eight-year-old boy complaining that while he’d found that the only answer that fitted was ‘wooden leg,’ as a reader of ”Moby Dick’ he knew that Captain Ahab had an ivory leg. Perfectly true, but I couldn’t help wondering, rather testily, what an eight-year-old was doing reading ‘Moby Dick.’ ” ♦


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It is true that shortly before the second war began he turned against his idol, eventually relinquished or was fired from all his offices and even joined those who were conspiring to assassinate Hitler.

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Highly revered one
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Highly revered one is a 3 word phrase featuring 18 letters.

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4 Letters

Large gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male

7 Letters

A person who is part mortal and part god

8 Letters


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Mechanical & Industrial Installation

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  • Android image
  • Android screen image
  • Android symbol
  • A blue compass, for the browser Safari
  • A browser has one
  • A mouse may be drawn to it
  • A program usually has one
  • AOL logo, e.g.
  • AOL's mailbox, e.g.
  • App graphic
  • App identifier
  • App image
  • App-launching image
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  • App opener
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  • App stand-in
  • App store graphic
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  • A user clicks on it
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  • Absolute legend
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  • Arrow target, perhaps
  • Big "G" for Google, e.g.
  • Adored image
  • Biopic subject, often
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  • Awe-inspiring figure
  • Blue "W," e.g.
  • Blue "W" for Microsoft Word, e.g.
  • Blue W for Word, e.g.
  • Bob Hope, for one
  • Bogart was one
  • Altar item
  • David or Victoria Beckham, e.g.
  • CBS's eye, e.g.
  • Graphic image
  • Graphic symbol
  • Graphic symbol on a computer desktop
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  • iPad figure
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  • Green "X" for Microsoft Excel, e.g.
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  • Holy statue
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  • It can be dragged and dropped
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  • Che Guevara or Lady Gaga
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  • Desktop trash can, e.g.
  • Desktop trash can, for one
  • Desktop trashcan, e.g.
  • It may be dragged and dropped
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  • It may be seen in a window
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  • Figure on a screen
  • File drawer on screen, e.g.
  • File folder, e.g.
  • File folder or recycle bin
  • File stand-in
  • Cher or Dolly Parton, e.g.
  • Household name
  • It may open Windows
  • Elvis, e.g.
  • Elvis or Madonna
  • Garbage can, on a PC
  • Garbage pail, maybe
  • Garbage pail on some desktops, e.g.
  • It might be a shortcut
  • Emblem
  • Embodiment of a trait
  • It might look like a folder
  • Hall of Famer, say
  • Gateway Arch, for St. Louis, e.g.
  • It stands for something
  • Gear for app settings, e.g.
  • Gear for settings, e.g.
  • Item to revere
  • It's a bomb for Minesweeper
  • It's a click away
  • Directional computer symbol
  • It's activated by clicking
  • Enduring symbol
  • It's between you and an open window?
  • Church figure
  • Church image
  • It's clicked on a computer
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  • Church picture
  • Church symbol
  • Byzantine art work
  • Byzantine holy picture
  • Byzantine image
  • It's often double-clicked
  • It's seen in Windows
  • Idolized figure
  • Idolized image
  • Jackie O, e.g.
  • Giotto fresco, e.g
  • Gisele Bundchen or Heidi Klum, to fashionistas
  • James Dean, e.g.
  • James Dean, for one
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  • Image for an app
  • Image of a folder, e.g.
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  • Image on a monitor
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  • Image on a touchscreen
  • Image on an Android
  • Image on an iPad
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  • Image that's tapped on a tablet screen
  • Image to be clicked on a computer screen
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  • Image touched to open an app
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  • Click it
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  • Clickable computer image
  • Clickable computer screen image
  • Clickable computer screen symbol
  • Clickable computer symbol
  • Clickable desktop graphic
  • Clickable desktop image
  • Clickable desktop picture
  • Clickable desktop symbol
  • Clickable image on a computer desktop
  • Clickable image
  • Clickable item found in the seven longest Across answers
  • Clickable item on a monitor
  • Clickable item
  • Clickable PC image
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  • Clickable symbol on a computer
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  • Clicked pic
  • Clicker's picture
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  • Important symbol
  • Folder, commonly
  • Folder, e.g.
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  • Folder on a desktop, for example
  • Folder, sometimes
  • "Global ___" (aspiration for Lebron James)
  • Exemplar
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  • Cultural symbol
  • Double-clicked pic
  • Double-clicked picture
  • Double-clicked symbol
  • Double-clicked thing
  • John Lennon, e.g.
  • Cursor target
  • Coin (anag)
  • Coin anagram
  • Cynosure
  • Judy Garland, to some gay men
  • f, for Facebook
  • Colorful butterfly, e.g.
  • High-tech image
  • Dropbox's blue box, for one
  • Cathedral display
  • Mosque décor
  • Notable person
  • Software graphic
  • Valentino, for one
  • Orthodox Church feature
  • Toolbar art
  • Toolbar feature
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  • Toolbar image
  • Toolbar picture
  • Toolbar symbol
  • Noteworthy figure
  • Many a celebrity
  • Mouse clickee
  • Mouse target
  • Mouse user's selection
  • Mouse's target, often
  • Mouse's target
  • Venerable figure
  • Venerated image
  • Venerated object
  • Venerated one
  • Venerated person (or thing)
  • Total legend
  • Mao, for one
  • Mao Zedong or Mahatma Gandhi
  • Touch-screen image
  • Touchscreen image
  • Very important person
  • Widely admired one
  • Wikipedia's globe, say
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  • Object of veneration
  • Object of worship
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  • Much-respected figure
  • Much-respected person
  • Someone uncritically admired
  • Something a computer user may click
  • The Iberian Madonna is one
  • Window picture
  • Style ___ (person people want to dress like)
  • Style ___ (someone who starts fashion trends)
  • Style ___
  • Windows box?
  • Windows image
  • Windows item
  • Windows opener
  • Windows picture
  • Windows symbol
  • Stylized "W" for Microsoft Word, e.g.
  • Something that can be dragged and dropped
  • Trash bin, e.g.
  • Trash bin on a computer screen, e.g.
  • Trash can, e.g., on a computer
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  • Trash can, for example
  • Trash can, for one
  • Trash can on a desktop, e.g.
  • Trash can on a desktop
  • Trash can or cart
  • Trash can or file folder, e.g.
  • Trash can, perhaps
  • Trashcan on a desktop
  • Something to be clicked on
  • Something to click on
  • Something to click
  • Something to mouse over
  • Subject of adoration
  • Visual symbol
  • Matinee hero
  • Likeness
  • Quicken's boxed Q, for one
  • Paragon
  • My Computer, e.g.
  • ''My Computer,'' e.g.
  • Pointer target, sometimes
  • Pointer's target
  • Nader, for one
  • Wallpaper feature
  • Wallpaper feature?
  • Little desktop graphic
  • Little desktop image
  • Little figure on a computer screen
  • Little pic on which to click
  • Little picture on a phone screen
  • Little picture
  • Megastar
  • Mel Gibson's production company
  • Pop ___
  • "Pop" favorite
  • Menu symbol
  • On-screen image
  • On-screen symbol
  • On-screen trash can, e.g.
  • On-screen trash can, for one
  • Portrait, as of a saint
  • Long-respected one
  • One found on a computer screen or movie screen
  • Michael Jackson was one
  • Recognizable figure
  • Recognizable sort
  • One might be a shortcut
  • PC desktop feature
  • PC directory feature
  • PC image
  • PC pic
  • PC pictograph
  • PC picture
  • PC prompt
  • PC screen image
  • PC screen symbol
  • Recycle bin, e.g.
  • Recycle bin, for one
  • Recycle Bin, on a PC
  • PC symbol
  • Pedestal occupant
  • One of many on the "Ghent Altarpiece"
  • One on a pedestal
  • Miniature image to click on
  • Niche object
  • Niche occupant
  • Perfect example
  • Legend
  • One to look up to
  • Legendary figure
  • Legendary guitarist
  • Legendary hitmaker
  • Legendary sensation
  • Legend's relative?
  • Religious artifact
  • Religious drawing
  • Religious figure
  • Religious figurine
  • Religious image
  • Religious object
  • Religious painting
  • Religious picture
  • Religious replication
  • Religious representation.
  • Religious statue
  • Religious symbol
  • One who is more than just famous
  • Mac image
  • Macintosh screen symbol
  • Macintosh sign
  • Macintosh's apple, e.g.
  • One with a huge fanbase
  • Personal computer prompt
  • Representation for veneration
  • Representation of a sort
  • Representation
  • Representative symbol
  • Princess Diana, for one
  • Princess Diana or Jackie Kennedy, to fashionistas
  • Only thing between you and an open window?
  • Monitor picture
  • Phone app image
  • Phone app pictorial symbol
  • Phone app symbol
  • Phone image to touch
  • Phone on an iPhone, e.g.
  • Phone screen symbol
  • Pic that can be clicked
  • Pic that clicks
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  • Pic to click
  • Pic you can click
  • Program launcher
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  • Program-launching picture
  • Program-launching symbol
  • Program opener
  • Orange headphones for Google Music?
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  • Pictorial presentation
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  • Picture of a trash can, say
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  • Picture on a desktop
  • Picture on a laptop
  • Picture on a monitor
  • Picture on a PC
  • Picture on a PDA
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  • Picture to click
  • Picture
  • Revered figure
  • Revered image
  • Revered object
  • Revered one
  • Revered picture
  • Revered religious image
  • Revered star
  • Revered symbol
  • Pietà, at times
  • Malcolm X, e.g.
  • Word after computer or fashion
  • Super superstar
  • Supercelebrity
  • Sacred effigy
  • Sacred figure
  • Sacred image.
  • Sacred image
  • Sacred painting or mosaic
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  • Sacred representation
  • Sacred symbol
  • Sidney Poitier, e.g.
  • Safari's compass, for example
  • Safari's is a compass
  • Superstar
  • Word from the Greek for "image"
  • Wastebasket, for instance
  • Wastebasket or folder, maybe
  • Saintly picture
  • Saint's image
  • Saint's picture
  • Significant symbol
  • Silhouette of a bird, for Twitter
  • Simulacrum
  • Twitter's bird, e.g.
  • Two eighth notes, for iTunes, e.g.
  • Word's representation?
  • Symbol for an app
  • Symbol made of pixels
  • Symbol of Silicon Valley?
  • Symbol on a computer monitor
  • Symbol on a computer screen
  • Symbol on a laptop screen
  • Symbol on a smartphone
  • Symbol on a tablet screen
  • Symbol on an iPad screen
  • Symbol on an iPhone
  • Symbol representing an app
  • Symbol that might be clicked
  • Symbol to click on
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  • Symbol
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  • Symbolic image
  • Symbolic picture
  • Thing between you and an open window?
  • Well-known symbol
  • Thing to click
  • Spot for a cursor, maybe
  • Tablet symbol
  • U2's Bono, e.g.
  • Worshiped one
  • Worshipped one
  • Uncle Sam, for one
  • Uncritically admired object
  • What a model might become
  • What a mouse often stops at
  • St. Patrick, for the Irish
  • Scissors, for "cut," on a PC
  • Stand-in for a file
  • Screen appearance
  • Screen figure
  • Screen graphic
  • Screen illustration that's clicked on
  • Screen image or screen idol
  • Screen image
  • Screen pic
  • Screen picture
  • Screen symbol to click on
  • Screen symbol
  • Screen trash can, e.g.
  • Tappable image on a Galaxy phone
  • Tappable image
  • Tappable picture
  • Tapped image
  • Tapped pic
  • Tapped smartphone image
  • Tapped symbol
  • Target of a tiny arrow
  • Universally known figure
  • Universally known symbol
  • Taskbar component
  • Taskbar feature
  • Small image you can tap on a smartphone
  • Small logo, often
  • Small picture on a computer screen
  • Small picture on a laptop screen
  • Seattle's Space Needle or St. Louis's Gateway Arch
  • Small program opener
  • What the mouse might stop on
  • Tiny file folder or paper clip
  • You can click on it
  • Tiny paper clip, e.g.
  • Small trash can symbol on a computer screen, for example
  • Tiny trash can, e.g.
  • Smaller-than-life depiction
  • Smartphone app logo
  • Smartphone app symbol
  • Smartphone art
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  • Smartphone image
  • Smartphone screen feature
  • Smartphone screen image
  • Smartphone-screen image
  • Smartphone symbol
  • Sect symbol
  • You might click on one
  • Sect's symbol
  • Smiley face, e.g.
  • Temple figure
  • Where a mouse may pause
  • Token
  • "User friendly" feature
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Recent Usage of Revered religious image in Crossword Puzzles

Here are all of the places we know of that have used Revered religious image in their crossword puzzles:

  • Universal Crossword - Feb. 2,

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