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交流

1. Steal extremely experimental metal song or 26-across maybe (6)
4. "Wardrobes malfunctioned", most rang for short interval (8)
10. Future engineer edits New York, USA's voting time? (7)
11. Plain type distraction loses 26-across from the get-go (7)
12. Tuck from Sherwood Forest apartment sounded pleasant (5)
13. Lean or thin letters for point lists (5)
15. Youth's hiding, not at home as well (3)
16. Stare at backward tie? (4)
18. Beg, on the street, US state's head of transportation with 17-down* points? (9)
21. Old timer Will stripped record I half-called erroneous (9)
23. Defrost a flank? Excuse me... (4)
26. Be in debt to company's network segment? (3)
27. Youtuber characters came back to refute Japanese portal (5)
29. Perhaps 9 to 5 chore involved pigment? (5)
30. Happiness circulated to alien probe (7)
32. Jerk cutting gem's visual subtleties (7)
33. Easy-to-maintain pet mammal initially had advantage, not oddly through (8)
34. Fisherman untidily trimmed gnarled cord or string (6)

ダウン

1. Inform colony member I'd stun accidentally? (6)
2. Encountering each 6-down confused clerk (7)
3. Head villager, ignited within, evacuated everyone for best (5)
5. Foe even returned letter in the end? No way (5)
6. Have a title, a title some desired (3)
7. Associated costly essential grub with debts, accepting loan at last (7)
8. Experienced musician left half of instrument in Melbourne briefly (8)
9. Entrancing publicity poster detailed 1984 society possibly (8)
14. Intelligent hound put Asian currency in central exchange (5)
17. Truant half-heartedly bet small cube (5)
19. Unwillingness from 51, set in belief, lacking knowledge (8)
20. Photographing renovation of this exit for minutes? In a second (8)
22. Fork, for instance, old OS X release's variation of preload (7)
24. Unusually athletic model dropped moral type of case a lawyer might have? (7)
25. Casually discarded Spooner's letter for 2-down (6)
28. Search by Microsoft lead to Olympic game ceremonies (5)
29. Stretch 15-across* cushion without cover frequently (5)
31. Christmas worker Frost not initally kind? (3)

(6)

P.S.暗黙の二重定義はありません。

ベストアンサー

これは非常に巧みに構成されたパズルです。クロスワードになったら、答えを読む前にこれを試してみてください。

ポストスクリプトは、このクロスワードにはあいまいな二重定義はないと言っています。正当な理由があります:

それは技術的に不可能であり、少なくとも不便ではありません。それぞれの手がかりは、あいまいな手がかりと、明記されていない手がかりと、互いに隣り合った明白な手がかりからなる。二重秘密の定義は、そのうち二つだけが一致するように手掛かりを三重の回答に変えます。

 この2つの手がかりは、クロスワードが2回埋められることを意味します.1回は潜在的な手がかりをつけ、もう1回は手がかりの手がかりを付けます。
(私は、単純な手がかりは、私がいくつかの暗号を解いた後の同じクロスワードに対する手がかりであることに気がついたので、これを2段階で解決しました。同時に。)

 いくつかの手掛かりには、アスタリスクとの相互参照があります。これらの相互参照は、他のクロスワードの対応する応答を参照します。
(私は気づいていませんでしたが、著者はコメントの中でそう言いました)。

手がかりの解決策:

(Cryptic definitions and answers are printed in bold. Plain
definitions and answers are set in curly braces. At first I had two
different sections for cryptic and plain crossword, but I’ve now
condensed them into a single block.)

Across

1. Steal extremely experimental metal {song or
26-across maybe}
  — {NUMBER}; 26 is TWO — NICKEL:
NICK (steal) + E[xperimenta]L
4. “{Wardrobes} malfunctioned”, most rang for short
interval

  — {ARMOIRES} — ANGSTROM: (MOST RANG)*
10. Future engineer edits New York, {USA’s voting
time}?
  — {TUESDAY} — DESTINY: (EDITS)* + NY
11. {Plain} type distraction loses 26-across from
the get-go
  — {VANILLA} — VERSION: [di]VERSION, minus TWO
from the beginning
12. {Tuck from Sherwood Forest} apartment sounded
pleasant
  — {FRIAR} — SUITE: homophone of sweet
13. Lean or thin letters for point {lists}
  — {TILTS} — NORTH: hidden in leaN OR THin
15. Youth’s hiding, not at home {as well}
  — {TOO} — OUT: hidde in yOUTh
16. {Stare at} backward tie?
  — {OGLE} — DRAW: WARD< (separate
back-ward)
18. {Beg, on the street}, US state’s head of
transportation with 17-down* points?
  — {PANHANDLE} — TENNESSEE: T[ransportation] + 8
compass points; {17} is EIGHT
21. {Old timer} Will stripped record I half-called
erroneous
  — {HOURGLASS} — ILLOGICAL: w[IL]l + LOG + I
CAL[led]
23. {Defrost} a flank? Excuse me… (4)
  — {THAW} — AHEM: A HEM
26. {Be in debt to} company’s network segment?
  — {OWE} — TWO: hidden in neTWOrk
27. Youtuber characters came back to refute
{Japanese portal} (5)
  — {TORII} — REBUT: [you]TUBER<
29. {Perhaps 9 to 5} chore involved pigment?
  — {RATIO} — OCHRE: (CHORE)*
30. Happiness circulated to alien {probe}
  — {INSPECT} — ELATION: (TO ALIEN)*
32. Jerk cutting gem’s visual {subtleties}
  — {NUANCES} — OPTICAL: TIC in OPAL
33. {Easy-to-maintain pet} mammal initially had
advantage, not oddly through
  — {GOLDFISH} — HEDGEHOG: H[ad] + EDGE
(advantage) + even letters of tHrOuGh
34. Fisherman untidily trimmed gnarled {cord or
string}
  — {THREAD} — ANGLER: (GNARLE[d])*

Down

1. {Inform} colony member I’d stun
accidentally?
  — {NOTIFY} — NUDIST: (ID STUN)*
2. {Encountering} each 6-down confused clerk
(7)
  — {MEETING} — CASHIER: (EACH SIR)*, 6d is
SIR
3. {Head villager}, ignited within, evacuated everyone for
best
  — {ELDER} — ELITE: LIT in E[veryone]E
5. {Foe} even returned letter in the end? No
way

  — {RIVAL} — NEVER: EVEN< + [lette]R
6. {Have a title}, a title some desired
  — {OWN} — SIR: hidden (some) in seSIRed
7. {Associated} costly essential grub with debts,
accepting loan at last
  — {RELATED} — RUINOUS: g[RU]b + [loa]N in
IOUS
8. {Experienced} musician left half of instrument
in Melbourne briefly
  — {SEASONED} — MINSTREL: INSTR[ument] in
MEL[bourne]
9. Entrancing publicity poster detailed {1984
society possibly}
  — {DYSTOPIA} — HYPNOTIC: HYP[e] + NOTIC[e]
14. {Intelligent} hound put Asian currency in
central exchange
  — {SMART} — HYENA: YEN in exc[HA]nge
17. Truant half-heartedly bet {small cube}
  — {EIGHT} — WAGER: WAG[g]ER
19. Unwillingness from 51, set in belief, {lacking
knowledge} (8)
  — {NESCIENT} — NOLITION: LI (51) in NOTION
20. {Photographing} renovation of this exit for minutes? In
a second

  — {SHOOTING} — SIXTIETH: (THIS EXIT)*
22. {Fork, for instance}, old OS X release’s
variation of preload
  — {UTENSIL} — LEOPARD: (PRELOAD)*
24. Unusually athletic model dropped moral {type
of case a lawyer might have?}
  — {ATTACHE} — ETHICAL: (A[t]HLETIC)*
25. {Casually discarded} Spooner’s letter for
2-down
  — {TOSSED} — TELLER: A syllable-wise Spoonerism
of LETTER
28. Search by Microsoft lead to Olympic game
{ceremonies}
  — {RITES} — BINGO: BING (MS search) +
O[lympic]
29. {Stretch 15-across*} cushion without cover
frequently
  — {REACH}; 15 is OUT — OFTEN: s[OFTEN]
31. {Christmas worker} Frost not initally
kind?
  — {ELF} — ICE: [n]ICE

完成したクロスワードグリッド:

N U M B E R   A R M O I R E S         N I C K E L   A N G S T R O M
         O   E   L   D   I   W   E   E         U   A   L   H   E   I   U   I
         T U E S D A Y   V A N I L L A         D E S T I N Y   V E R S I O N
         I   T   E   S   A       A   S         I   H   T   P   E       N   S
         F R I A R   T I L T S   T O O         S U I T E   N O R T H   O U T
         Y   N       O       M   E   N         T   E       O       Y   U   R
           O G L E   P A N H A N D L E           D R A W   T E N N E S S E E
         S       I   I   E   R       D         S       A   I   O   N       L
         H O U R G L A S S   T H A W           I L L O G I C A L   A H E M
         O   T   H       C       T   T         X   E   E       I       T   T
         O W E   T O R I I   R A T I O         T W O   R E B U T   O C H R E
         T   N       I   E   E   A   S         I   P       I   I   F   I   L
         I N S P E C T   N U A N C E S         E L A T I O N   O P T I C A L
         N   I   L   E   T   C   H   E         T   R   C   G   N   E   A   E
         G O L D F I S H   T H R E A D         H E D G E H O G   A N G L E R

そしていま?

The two solved grids have some letters in common.

         N . . . E .   A . . . . R . .
         .   .   L   .   .   .   .   .
         . . . . . . Y   V . . . . . .
         I   .   .   .   .       .   S
         . . I . .   . . . T .   . . .
         .   .       O       .   .   .
           . . . .   . . N . . . . . E
         S       .   I   .   .       .
         . . . . G . . . .   . H . .
         .   .   .       .       T   T
         . W .   . . . . .   . . . . .
         .   .       I   .   .   .   .
         . . . . . . .   . . . . C . .
         .   .   .   .   .   .   .   E
         . . . . . . . .   . . . . . .

The letters read:

  Nearly visit one sight twice (6)

The enumeration (6) comes from the question, it’s below the
clues.

最終的な答え:

The above is, of course, another double clue:

  Nearly visit one sight {twice} — {DOUBLE} —
VISION: VISI[t] ON[e]

giving the overall answer DOUBLE VISION.

タイトル:

このパズルには1つのグリッドに2つのクロスワードがあるので、誰にとっても同じです:暗号を好む人や、単なる手がかりを好む人のためです。
(明らかに、クロスワードを気に入らない人は除外されます)

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