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The Def is the three-point series. Perhaps, if there are two sets of three points, we can say ellipses, in the crisis/crisis analogy. . Nice puzzle! According to 17d with definition in full view, but cunning hidden. The Cockney Reim-Slang iin 14 A. 18A can only appear in crossword puzzles. Today, Gridman`s online TH version puzzle….