This is a variety crossword type called Around-the-Bend
- Each word goes from left to right on its numbered line, and then continues from right to left on the next line
- #20 wraps back around to #1
Example: If #1 was "TRAPS", then #2 must start with "SP" and #20 must end with "ART". #1 would be entered as TRA in the #1 row and SP in the #2 row, so if you read #1 left-to-right and then #2 right-to-left it spells "TRAPS"
Length of each row: 3, 2, 3, 4, 3, 5, 3, 2, 5, 4, 3, 2, 4, 3, 4, 2, 5, 3, 4, 3.
(I've included #1's cells again at the bottom to make the wrapping-around clearer)
Bible (3 wrds.)
Car wash worker, perhaps
Large flat fish
One out of 100 Americans
Part used for nudging
Person who slows everyone down
Sandy tracts, in England
Transported by car
Wilson's middle name
Woman seen by her people as a "Moses"
... what?? No numbers? Well, yes, someone - I blame the Cryptic Cat - alphabetized all of my clues. You'll have to figure out where the words fit into the grid yourself! I've left the numbers in the grid for reference purposes, and to demonstrate how #20 wraps around onto #1.