Solution to Corbis Crostic #24

A. APPARITION
B. LIGHT
C. BARNSTORM
D. ENTRYWAY
E. REBUT
F. TYPOGRAPHIC
G. GRUNGE
H. OLSEN TWINS
I. LOST
J. DAUPHIN
K. BETTY
L. AUTUMN LEAVES
M. RECEIPT
N. TWIST
O. HANDKERCHIEF
P. DRUDGERY
Q. EUPHONY
R. LEND
S. FESTIVE
T. THRUST

That corpulency we attribute to the figures in Dutch paintings, portly burghers and their dumpling wives, may partly be the up to seven layers of underskirting and pants they wore. — Albert Goldbarth, Delft