Sunday Puzzle: TBA NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and puzzlemaster Will Shortz try to stump Sonya Sandoval of Payson, Ariz.

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Sunday Puzzle: TBA

# Sunday Puzzle: TBA

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On-air challenge: The theme of today's puzzle is "to be announced." Every answer is a familiar two-word phrase or name in which the first word starts with T — and the second word starts BA — .

Example: Pool of water in front of the Jefferson Memorial --> TIDAL BASIN

1. Container for refuse

2. Home of the Rays in major-league baseball

3. Something Serena or Venus Williams hits

4. Subject of a treaty limiting the development of nuclear weapons

5. Moistening device when cooking Thanksgiving dinner

7. Facility akin to a sauna, originating in the Ottoman Empire

8. Country's imports relative to its exports

9. Corner of a diamond between shortstop and home

10. "Oh, what a shame!"

11. Sass someone

12. Musical group that plays the songs of only one other group

13. Gift in many a public television pledge drive

Last week's challenge: Think of two well-known companies — one in 5 letters, the other in 4 letters. Write the names one after the other. The result, when spaced differently, will name a well-known geographical location in the U.S. (in two words). What is it?

Challenge answer: Mobil, eBay --> Mobile Bay

Winner: Sonya Sandoval, Payson, Ariz.

Next week's challenge: These five 2-word phrases have something very unusual in common. What is it? When you find it, think of another two-word phrase that has the same property.

Property rights

Land mine

Sales order

Color scheme

India ink