Acrostic Solution for Sunday, June 29, 2014

by Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon

Quote

RACHEL KADISH, TOLSTOY LIED — People misunderstand happiness. They think it's the absence of trouble.... Happiness is the ability to live well alongside trouble. No two people have the same trouble.... QED: No two happy people are happy in the same way.

Clues and answers

A.Interim capital of Pakistan from 1959 to 1967RAWALPINDI
B.Unit of 14.7 pounds per square inch at sea levelATMOSPHERE
C.Socially exclusive, as a groupCLIQUISH
D.Someone who may put you underHYPNOTIST
E.Flat-footed trumpetersELEPHANTS
F.Maine city that is home to Bates CollegeLEWISTON
G."My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" rapper (2 wds.)KANYEWEST
H.Orbital point farthest from the sunAPHELION
I.Placed far in (hyph.)DEEPSET
J.Unconditioned; present from birthINNATE
K.Candidate for a pop phenomenon? (2 wds.)SOAPBUBBLE
L."Knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to ___" (Shak.)HEAVEN
M.Things useful in making snapsTHUMBS
N.Adjective often applied to Answer M.OPPOSABLE
O.Current in the underworldLETHE
P.Traffic controller dating to 1868 in LondonSTOPLIGHT
Q.Taking things the wrong way?THEFT
R.First name at Harpo ProductionsOPRAH
S.Where to find Tuolumne MeadowsYOSEMITE
T.Old moniker for a tomato (2 wds.)LOVEAPPLE
U.Smoother in houseworkIRON
V.Abductee painted by Titian and BoucherEUROPA
W.Naive, innocent, too trusting (hyph.)DEWYEYED
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