Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters

Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters – Today I am happy to be blogging my 9th Saturday Themed Puzzle from Debbie Ellery. She is a retired computer programmer who moved to Los Angeles after a summer in Boston.

Sister Act: She’s pictured with her sister and fellow LA Times puzzle builder Cheryl Bartol.

Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters

Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters

1. Lee Jung-jae Starring Netflix Series: SQUID GAME- Synopsis: “Desperate Ji-hoon agrees to participate in a puzzle game, hoping to win some easy money; not long into the first round, unexpected horrors occur.” Leejung-ja is 456 in the picture.

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10. “Where the Impossible Is Possible” Park: EPCOT – I’ve been there over 40 times and will be back tomorrow. 15. MLB great who said, “They played so well they can’t remember what color before the start of the season”: HANK Aaron.

19. Prohibited Spray: DDT. 20. Language similar to Thai: LAO- Hello in Thai: S̄wạs̄dī. Peace in LAO: Sabaydi (Sabaydi)

34. Short Notes?: IOU – The note is probably short and should be written because your funds are short 35. App glitch:BUG. 36. Costa __: RICA – In San Jose, Costa RICA, this dish costs 1990 col ó ns. The currency is named for Christopher Columbus, known in Spanish as Cristóbal Colón.

45. Inexperienced: RAWEST- RAWEST teachers often get lessons with the most difficult students. 48. Payment: Charges. 50. __ Vegas Aces: LAS.

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51. Objective: AIM. 53. Pupper:POOCH- dog or puppy loving name 54. Colorado County with Mesa Verde National Park: MONTEZUMA.

57. Danish astronomer Tycho, who lost part of his nose in a blow: BRAHE- His Notes on the Great Comet of 1577.

1. DESIGNED?: SHOD-Yes, pumps are shoes and we recently had “Letters on some pumps EE” on the Sunday puzzle 2. A chance for some grilling: Q&A- If I gave a space talk, grade schoolers would ask me questions and more than high school kids. They are more likely to be involved in Answer 3. Hands and feet: Units.

Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters

6. Gale Player: Garland- Yes, Judy Garland played Dorothy Gale. BTW, Toto’s real name was Terry. no matter. 7. European rocket: ARIANE.

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8. The MSG: MONO component. 9. Lang. Ghana: ENG- 68% of Ghanaians speak English 10. BOXES: ENCASES. 11. A thief who can pull off a glitter bomb package: Porch Pirate.

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12. Gingerbread house?: COOKIE TIN- One can make a “house” of gingerbread cookies in a tin 13. Not now: Once upon a time. 14. Bechdel __:TEST- New to me but fun to learn.

25. Party Favors: SWAG – This year’s Oscars SWAG bag is valued at more than $137,000 and includes everything from designer popcorn to vouchers worth $12,000 worth of liposuction. 27. Chips of the Future: SPUDS- Steve Gangwish stands in front of SPUDS bins that grow potato chips on several farms in Nebraska.

29. Swedish folk duo First __ Kit: AID – Two sisters from Stockholm. A vague musical reference that had a very obvious saturation.

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30. Rude, crude dude: BOOR. 31. Make it easy to swallow: sugar coat – yes, I know, you thought of it too.

33. “One Mic” rapper: NAS- No links or pictures from me 35. Broderick of “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”: BETH- Beth is on the right. I wish I knew this “top charting” Kiss song.

38. Death: Abashed. 39. Tahdig ingredient: RICE- “Tahdig (Persian: tek deg, “tah “bottom” + dig “pot”) is a specialty of Iranian cuisine, consisting of clear, caramelized rice (chewing) from the bottom of the pot. It is cooked: it is usually served to guests at the table. no matter.

Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters

40. Boast: Boast. 41. Bowie’s album with “Sound and Vision”: low-45 year old album 43. Literature Nobelist Anatole: France- OK…

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46. ​​Native of Mecca: Saudi- Some hotel rooms have arrows on the ceiling pointing to Mecca so that Muslims can pray to their holy city.

47. __ ​​table:TIMES – one place I support rote learning 48. LAPD ALERTS:APB’S- TODAY – BOLO – WAIT AT 49. Sox manager Alex: CORA.

50. Scottish Liquor: LOCH- Liquor is for a large body of water and so… I wasn’t sure about this so I talked to Debbie. She said her crush was “Nese’s hangout.” C.C. And so Irish agreed with my take. 52. Photon Deficiency: MASS- CORA and MASS are given to this baseball fan/physics teacher. 54. Bub: Mac. 55. Literal edges:ELS-L iteraL 56. Drummer Starkey:ZAK- Ringo and Maureen Starkey and young boy ZAK Mid-1960s classic comics A teenager with good manners / SUN 12-20-20 / Mild light colored cigar / William Founder Investor Business Daily / Halogen-containing salts / Suffix indicated by waving one hand

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Theme: LOW POTENTIAL… Just kidding, it’s actually “Toy Story”— popular old toys, for example, you might receive on Christmas Day (65A: A Day to Play with New Toys)

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Word of the Day: COZY COUPE(48D) — The Cozy Coupes red and yellow toy car was produced by Little Tikes, an American manufacturer of children’s toys in Hudson, Ohio. […] It was first sold in 2011. It was one of the first molded-plastic toy cars sold in the United States in 1979, and was named “the best-selling car in the world this decade” by The New York Times in 1998. Honda Accord and Ford Taurus. In the year By 1991, the Cozy Coupe was selling 500,000 units a year, making it the top-selling model in the United States, compared to 399,000 Accord and 299,000 Taurus vehicles sold that year. In the year Sales of 313,000 units in the United States in 1997 and 100,000 units in the United Kingdom in 1997 made it the fifth best-selling car among real vehicles in the United States. (Wikipedia) (Mf. Mine)

What a hopelessly depressing puzzle. Once again I’m amazed at what veteran developers can miss. It should be good. Nothing here. It’s a collection of old toys. of dead end. Hints of “stories” about these toys are in the clues “toy story” is a very inaccurate name. And then just an explanation… is it yet? And above all, the filling is weak everywhere. This puzzle could have been made 20 years ago, with no changes, and even then it was amazing. This is the shoulder. It’s an insult. Again, I say: this is a list of popular toys. The descriptor is the total noise. Filling is bad. How much do you have to hate Christmas, let alone publish this? I do not know. This is at worst either a betrayal or a dramatic editorial error or both. Either way, ayikes. The frame of reference is very old, and not just because the toys are old (although this is a lot). The mess of the filling doesn’t help. APEDOM? Iron? “ETTA KETT”? Then there are awkward things like AT STORES (we say “in the stores”) and dangerously (“A” used to give me fits, ugh). Also, who cares who founded Investor Business Daily, what is that? THERE ARE GREAT O’NEILS IN THE WORLD! Choose one of them! From stem to stem, this puzzle is a pile of bad decisions. I love Christmas! I love toys! I’m sure it’s fun to reminisce about toys, but you know, if you’re going to do that, run a little feature in the art department. If you want to turn the “toys over the years…” concept into a crossover, you need a hook, an actual *puzzling* concept, something… well, something more than that.

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What else can I say? not much. The biggest “??????” It was a long shot of the day COZY COUPE, I heard it for the first time … today. He had never heard of it. hardly ever. The Wikipedia page says the COZY COUPE sold the Accord and Taurine in the US, but I have to insist that this is nowhere near the others on the list as far as Adonic toys go. Also, the phrase on the clue is amazing, “The toy that sold the most cars…”???? The toy is… the car. COZY COUPE is not a car dealership. It’s a car. [sold automobile etc.], that might work. Anyway, symbolic, bad hint, hint language is lifted from Wikipedia (hence, lazy hint). A comfortable COUPE is the biggest theme loser of the day. I didn’t know what IODATE was, but that sounds familiar to me (98A: halogen-containing salt). I had “hope” for “I’m DUE” (101A: “My fate must change at some point”). You say balk/win with the -AED ending in SAMBAED, but I guess you should spell it that way (107A: Latin ballroom dance). I will stop. “Where are the CATS AT?” We will answer that question. (96D: take care of Tabi, say). This week we ask Santa for the best puzzles ever. take care.

Boor Crossword Clue 4 Letters

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