Acrostic Solution for Sunday, June 7, 2020

by Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon

Quote

(MILDRED) ALDRICH, A HILLTOP ON THE MARNE — There is a law which decrees that two objects may not occupy the same place at the same time... [T]wo people cannot see things from the same point of view, and the slightest difference in angle changes the thing seen.

Full quote

No two people ever see life from the same angle. There is a law which decrees that two objects may not occupy the same place at the same time — result, two people cannot see things from the same point of view, and the slightest difference in angle changes the thing seen.

Clues and answers

A.Observational slantASPECT
B.Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, ironicallyLEFTIES
C.Old syndicated talk show that TV Guide once named one of the 50 greatest television shows of all timeDONAHUE
D.SuperannuitantRETIREE
E.Strong desire to travel (2 wds.)ITCHYFEET
F.River plied by Boston's duck boatsCHARLES
G.Comprehensive, healthwiseHOLISTIC
H.Saying of few wordsAPOTHEGM
I.Holder of dowry items (2 wds.)HOPECHEST
J.Eye-opening realizationINSIGHT
K.Softly glowing or flickeringLAMBENT
L.Preventer of clear passageLOGJAM
M.Opine onlineTWEET
N.Small deviation; counterbalanceOFFSET
O.Quantum with a mass of zeroPHOTON
P.Instrument once used in astronomy and navigationOCTANT
Q.What "bossa nova" means (2 wds.)NEWWAVE
R.Electronic dance musicTECHNO
S.Beat around the bush; bushy borderHEDGE
T.Part of the White House built atop a bunker (2 wds.)EASTWING
U.Failure to agree; discrepancyMISMATCH
V.ForgivenessAMNESTY
W.180° divided by piRADIAN
X.Caligula, to ClaudiusNEPHEW
Y.Intrinsic qualityESSENCE
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