Some times, in brief

Some times, in brief - AFTS
Some times, in brief

Once upon a time, there was a sailor named Tim who worked on a ship. Tim loved to solve crossword puzzles in his free time, but would often struggle with the nautical-themed clues.

One day, Tim came across a clue that read “Some times, in brief“. He scratched his head and thought for a minute, trying to figure out what the answer could be. Suddenly, he heard a voice behind him.

“Ahoy there, matey!” said Captain Jack, the ship’s captain. “I couldn’t help but notice you’re struggling with that crossword clue. Let me help you out.”

Tim was thrilled to have the captain’s assistance. “What do you think the answer could be, captain?” he asked eagerly.

The captain chuckled. “Well, Tim, we sailors use the term ‘aft‘ to refer to the back of the ship. And when we’re in a hurry, we might say ‘aft‘ instead of ‘after’. So, I reckon the answer to your clue is ‘AFTS‘.”

Tim’s face lit up with understanding. “Of course! Thank you, captain, you’re a lifesaver.”

From that day on, Tim had a newfound appreciation for the nautical knowledge he could apply to his crossword puzzles. And whenever he came across the clue “Some times, in brief“, he would immediately think of the word “afts” and remember his friendly captain’s clever solution.