by George Bredehorn
The only clues in this crossword are the letter pairs provided in the grid. Each answer across and down consists of two words, which share the letters to be entered in the empty squares. In the example below, the empty squares are filled with the letters S, E and W to make SINEW and STREW. No proper names are used in the grid. A few of the combinations in the grid may have more than one possible answer, but only one will fit with the crossing answers.