Puzzle #53 Solution and Puzzle #54, “No Need to Fill Me In”

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Last week’s puzzle, “Where Does It End?”, featured state abbreviations – but not the typical two-letter postal codes. Instead all four theme entries ended in a three- or four-letter state abbreviation that can be found on either or both lists of abbreviations used by the Government Printing Office (GPO), or the Associated Press (AP). The four abbreviations combined to spell out a fifth that could also be found at the end of a grid entry:

So the answer was 7-across, FOXCONN.

Up next: Puzzle #54, “No Need to Fill Me In.”

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The answer to the metapuzzle is a six-letter plural. Submit your answer using the contact form by 11 pm Pacific Time on Monday, April 6. The puzzle gods willing, I will publish a new puzzle next Tuesday. Uncertain times …

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