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Chaotic Crossword #1

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Hidden : 11/14/2018
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This cache is not at the posted coordinates, you will need to solve a puzzle to find it.


["We’ve all seen our fair share of anagram caches; they, along with binary encryptions, are the LPCs and GRs of puzzles." - Ol' Fogie]

Note: This cache is published in conjunction with GC81WZ3, 2018 GEOCACHING PUZZLE CHAMPIONSHIPS event.
Traditional Crossword Puzzles:
From wikipedia: A crossword is a word puzzle that usually takes the form of a square or a rectangular grid of white-and black-shaded squares. The game's goal is to fill the white squares with letters, forming words or phrases, by solving clues, which lead to the answers. The answer words and phrases are placed in the grid from left to right and from top to bottom. The shaded squares are used to separate the words or phrases. An example of a completed grid is below (clues not shown)
And now...

Everyone loves anagrams! And crossword puzzles too. So why not combine them? The rules in this variant are the same as traditional crosswords EXCEPT the letters you enter into the grid can form an ANAGRAM of the actual answer. As in a traditional crossword puzzle, the shared cell between an Across and Down answer must contain a common letter between the answer to both clues. But be careful -- there might be more than one letter in common! You have to determine which letters correctly fill in the grid to complete the first layer of this mystery cache.
The clues and the answer grid are below, with some of the letters already filled in. To get you started, the clue for 1-Across is Simba's call that has a logical (and in this case correctly interpreted) answer of ROAR. However you still have to use both logical and interpretive skills to determine where each letter is entered. For your convenience in this instance, I have done so for you (AROR), otherwise you would have had to deduce it using the answers to surrounding clues.

The Puzzle:

You seek a keyword. You may begin:

Chaotic Crossword Clues


1. Simba’s call ROAR
5. Triple crown winner Seattle _____
9. Feeds kitty
14. Ten cents
15. Ernie’s buddy
16. Word Up! artist
17. Panorama
18. “Hello, sailor!”
19. Telephonic salutation
20. Corporate merger? (2 words)
23. Military supply part number (acronym)
25. Former NFL player Detmer
26. Griswold played by Hall and Galecki
27. Reordered breakfast? (2 words)
31. Credo
32. Guitar bar
33. CityCenter casino
34. Topped tortilla chip
36. Its devils are blue
40. Belt hole makers
41. Liam Neeson movie
42. The Beardsleys, for example (2 words)
46. Simple machine
47. Tina of comedy
48. Blockbuster
49. Cyrillic borscht, perhaps? (2 words)
53. Unclear
54. First Olympic honoree
55. "Liar, liar" ending
58. Halliday and Morrow’s creation
59. Game officials, briefly
60. Just Do It brand
61. Large shrimp
62. College campus courtyard, commonly
63. Podium


1. By way of
2. Sleep of dreams
3. State of confusion
4. Columbus soccer team
5. Quadrupedal marsupial
6. Groundspeak employee
7. Cootie carriers, to a school girl
8. Edwards who plays to win the game
9. See 40-down
10. Bond portrayer Timothy
11. Dead body
12. Disgrace
13. Electric swimmer
21. Mythological river
22. Money in Mecca
23. Green Gables girl
24. Tripwired explosive
28. This renders you “it”
29. Ruby's oak-soaked counterpart
30. Established by the Exchange Act
34. Green refraction at sunset
35. Astrological feline
36. Sometimes you feel like one
37. Calgary rodeo
38. Kirk felt his wrath
39. Tandem
40. See 9-down
41. Singer Garrett
42. Moral standards
43. A little time
44. McKay’s agony
45. Nauseous
46. Belches
50. Stun
51. Boot spike
52. Gumbo ingredient
53. It precedes Dec.
56. Roman numeral for three
57. Geocacher’s lament

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