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Blog Feed Letters Abbr – THEME: Juicy Part (64A: Movie roles that span … or what 17-, 24-, 39- and 51- have?)— The shaded part of the theme’s answer is the fruits. which typically contains fruit juice
Patina (/ˈpætɪnə/ or /pəˈtiːnə/) is a thin layer that forms on the surface of copper, brass, bronze and similar metals. (tarnish caused by oxidation or other chemical processes) or some rocks. and wooden furniture (manufactured gloss) with age, wear and polish) or similar surface changes with age and exposure.
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Hello friend, what’s the shake? It feels good to rap on you. I’m the first poster, long time reader Adam Jacobi. Hopefully we’ll see each other under better circumstances. “Rex Parker is in Michigan,” but that’s it.
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For better news: Is this a Good Tuesday of Puzzles? Strong? Answers to the theme are all recognizable words/phrases. The hidden element extends to multiple words if possible. And in the answer to the first theme, there’s a single word, but the theme element uses six letters out of 9. Very nice and fillable, just clean ABBA, since your 1A isn’t the best starting note in crossword puzzle history, it skips BUTT. So it’s good to see that the puzzle… moreover The three letter answer is sparse and simple. Yes, there are some Crosswordese in the puzzle, but 1) it’s Tuesday, and 2) if the furthest puzzle from the actual word is SRA or BAA, then don’t complain too much, right?
If I have a fuss about it When I think of regular fruit juices The pear doesn’t crack the top 10. Google tells me it’s usually for babies. Ok. It’s not as clear as the idea of banana juice. But apples and grapes are still there, you know? Especially considering it’s in the full-length theme answer. Obviously, this can degrade the overall answer quality. And I should be able to see four quality answers that hide passable theme elements. More than four passable answers that hide quality theme elements. If that makes sense Just don’t dig the pear juice.
The puzzle is quite old. That’s not a complaint. There are a lot of people with pop culture windows all over the place doing these crosswords. And most people on Tuesday should have access. But I count accurately 6 clues that couldn’t be solved 25 years ago, and every clue—PIBB, YELP, STAN, DORA, JAKE, COP—can easily go back to the 70s with no difficulty. Move the window to And what you added is ROMA and OSLO again, by itself still prominently known. Again, filling the table with simple words doesn’t have to be a complaint. But it forces clues to work very hard to compensate for the unimaginative filling if the problem-solving experience is truly satisfying. All in poker / Thu 8-4-22 / After-dinner drinks made with cream de menta / letter pipes / Tobiko or ikura at a Japanese restaurant / What if the offer doesn’t? Official / He discovered the same comet as Hale / Inflation specification
THEME: POP-UP SHOP (60A: Temporary Points to Do Business … or Hints in Answers 17-, 35-, and 41-Across)— The letters “SHOP” arranged in … appear in answers to longer than three (This basically means that from “S” you go up one for “H”, then more than one for your “O”, and then go back to the row you started for “P” and the rest of the answer:
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Speech of the Day: Sam RAIMI(16A: Sam, who directed the sequel to “Doctor Strange” in 2022) — Samuel M. Raimi(/ˈ r eɪ m i / RAY -mee; born October 23, 1959) is an American filmmaker and actor. He is known for directing Spider-Mantrilogy (2002–2007) and theEvil Deadfranchise (1981–present) He also directed 1990’s superhero film Darkman, Western critics 1995’s The Quick and the Dead, 1998’s neo-noir crime thriller Simple Plan. 2000’s The Gift, 2009’s supernatural horror film Drag Me to Hell, and 2013 Disney fantasy film Oz the Great and Powerful. His films are known for their exaggerated and highly dynamic visual style. Inspired by comic books and slapstick comedy, Raimi has also produced successful television series such as Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and the spin-off Xena: Warrior Princess. Naissance Pictures in 1979 and Ghosthouse Pictures in 2002. His latest feature film is the Marvel Cinematic UniversefilmDoctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, released on May 6, 2016. . 2022 and become the highest grossing film at the box office (Wikimedia Commons).
This is the last time in my short vacation journal after today. Some beautiful bloggers (including a few fresh faces) will take care of me for ten days or so. While I was with my family in Los Angeles, I came back … I think like a week since Monday. Michigan is doing great. I will miss Michigan Most of the time I will miss my best friend. I can be anywhere in the world with them and be completely happy.
This is a very easy Thursday puzzle. Much easier than yesterday’s puzzle for me, as long as I can fully understand and solve the puzzle. This one has a more rigorous concept. Much neater, cleaner, and more elegant. Although it is not clear or rather unclearly disclosed I knew what happened to all “SHOP” early on. But I was just guessing the reason until I found the revelator. This theme expresses it perfectly. I enjoyed trying to guess what a revelator was. Most of my problem is that I don’t know if the mechanism is related to “SHOP” or “HOP” (since the answer seems to be jump up one line and back down again) In fact, at first I thought the theme was related to premium cable TV channels. Whereas I think BRITISH OPEN is related to all the letters that go straight from the “S” in “OHSNAP” (so … BRITI and SHO straight up, the answer follows PEN), so I thought SHO (or Showtime). Popped in and later I found I didn’t know HBO or something.
Figure out what the jumping letters *actually* do with the next theme. But still can’t decide if it’s related to shopping or jumping. Thought that maybe the formation of “SHOP” into one of a kind boxes would lead to a revelation like “BOX STORE”, but I guess it’s often called. “Big Box Stores” (unless they actually sell boxes)
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While I enjoy wondering what the revelators will be like. But there was no point where I was truly stuck or challenged, which was a disappointment on Thursday. The high yield trick is what I need today of the week. and it’s in short supply The hardest answer for me was ESP (39A: Abbr. means “especially”), which bothered me a lot. I threw it out to my house (like my wife and friends) to see if they could find it. so i will do Don’t think about it anymore (Steve, my non-solution friend, understood immediately.) Why are you so cute with this crossword? Why change a repeater like ESP from innocuous to tragic? Do you have a fake ESP “talented” and “Spanish on the Olympic scoreboards” who are calling out weird acronyms ESP? moreover Nothing stands out, bad or good, about today’s filling. GROWTH SPURT is a winner, everything else is ok.
What is there to explain? “Cuba” is a sandwich (hence HAM ).PSI = “pounds per square inch” (4D: Inflation spec), so it’s air inflation. It’s not an economic model, a UFO is a “plate” because of its shape (14A: Globally seen plate?) I don’t know why BOW is a [Finishing touch]; I mean I got the final touch. But it seems literally to me. Put a bow on it. It escalates nicely. I guess it can be used in a metaphor? Pretty sure it’s a ribbon bow, not a bow from a waist bow. Guess HYPOS is a “hypothesis.” News to me. LISL is really coming to us this week. Weird. Hope everyone has a good riddle. Many came during my absence. I won’t look at crosswords. or general riddles Or anything related to tables, maps? No, too stingy. don’t want them won’t use them will drive around L.A. with feelings and shouted at drivers and other pedestrians. for help with directions it will work fine See you later Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people who create, solve, and study puzzles. It only takes a minute to apply.
I designed a new type of puzzle called Four-Letter Blocks, which combines a crossword puzzle with a jigsaw puzzle. You will be given a crossword puzzle that is filled and cut into four letter blocks. including the normal set of