Botanist Gray Crossword Clue 3 Letters
Botanist Gray Crossword Clue 3 Letters – Poisonous Gall Fungus / FRI 10-21-11 / What the Surgeon’s Photo Shows / Prelapsarian Home / 1976 Broadway musical based on the life of Henry VIII
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Botanist Gray Crossword Clue 3 Letters
Topic: Crossover — Some down and sideways answers wrap around, or “cross over” to the other side of the grid; Each answer to the three grids has two clues – one for odd phrases that start to the left of the grid, and another for familiar phrases that start somewhere in the middle of the grid and only make sense if you read them as a wrapper. , or “cross”
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Rex is a musical with music by Richard Rogers, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and libretto by Sherman Yellen, based on the life of King Henry VIII. […] After tryouts in Delaware, Washington, and Boston, it opened on Broadway at the Lant-Fontaine Theater on April 25, 1976, and closed on June 5, 1976, after 14 previews and 49 regular performances. (Wikipedia)
I’ve done a puzzle before (I think Tyler Hinman had one at a Lollapuzzoola tournament a few years ago) and earlier this evening I did Patrick Berry’s thought-provoking Fireball puzzle this week, so it wasn’t nearly what it was. No matter how strange it is to me. I saw the trick right away, though the puzzle still had enough bite to make it a solid Friday. Strangely, I’ve never seen the second “crossover” hints on long answers. Instead, when I finished, I noticed the name of author LESLIE CHARTERIS in CHARTER ISLES LIE. Then I went and found DESTROYING ANGEL and WINCHESTER RIFLE. It was only then that I noticed that these phrases were considered through the numbers that were placed in the middle. If I didn’t know it was part of a week-long meta puzzle, I’d say I wouldn’t care too much. It seems a little pointless, and since this trick was not new to me, the whole thing was more trouble than joy. But it’s still an impressive build – not as impressive as that damn Fireball puzzle (you really should see it), but still impressive.
I had no idea that Billboard charts existed in 1914. I also didn’t know there was a song called “ABA Daba Honeymoon” (14D: “The ___ Daba Honeymoon” (1914 #1 song)). I suppose I can be forgiven for this ignorance, as well as my ignorance of the extremely short-lived 1976 musical “REX!” (If there is no exclamation mark in the title, there should be). It took me far, far too long to learn Cambodian (15D: a language in which “yes” and “no” are “baat” and “te”, respectively), partly because “te” is Maori and partly because I was half- I’m waiting for a fictional language like KLINGON. I’ve never heard of a “surgeon’s photo” (29D: What a “surgeon’s photo” supposedly represents => NESSIE), and I can’t picture or place Mel Allen at all, though somehow his name came to me fairly easily (22D: “Sunday in Baseball” host Allen). I had no idea Natalie Portman was born in Israel. I’ve been wanting something “star wars” like NABOO. I love the word “pre (and post) lapsarian” (mmm, Miltonian), so EDEN was a kinch (45A: Prelapsarian house). Finally, I made a huge crossword nerd mistake when I wrote IN STIR for 11A: Doing time (INSIDE ). The only thing that survives in the “hype” is (as far as I can tell) the crossword clues and answers. I was very wrong to be wrong. My time: 17:13, two and a half minutes slower than average. I knew there was probably a rebus, but I didn’t figure it out very quickly and found some of the clues confusing. Everything just went against me AB OVO (from the beginning).
Topic: Small Business – That is, the four answers contain strings of letters that represent businesses (CO, INC, LTD, and LLC) and they go into one square, rebus style, so they’re “small.”
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I had a hard time remembering N.W.A’s MC REN. glory. His name is derived from the middle letters of his first name (Lorenzo).
“A broker’s request for funds” left me because I know virtually nothing about the financial world. This is MARG[IN C]ALL. A margin call occurs when the value of an investor’s margin account falls below the broker’s required amount. An investor’s margin account contains securities purchased with borrowed money (usually a combination of the investor’s own money and money borrowed from the investor’s broker). A margin call refers specifically to a broker’s request that an investor deposit additional money or securities into an account to bring it up to a minimum value known as maintenance margin.
James Merritt Ives is a pioneer in American lithography. He oversaw the business and financial side of the firm, Currier and Ives, which he headed with his business partner, Nathaniel Currier. The firm billed itself as “the great central depot for cheap and popular prints” and advertised its lithographs as “color engravings for the people”.
The clue “literally, ‘way of the gods'” made me think Latin, like via deo or something. No, it’s Shinto.
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Bari is the capital of Apulia, Italy. Apulia is famous for its historic villages, coastline and ancient castles. BARI is famous for its coastline, beaches and orecchiettes (ear-shaped pasta).
“Game with sets a runs” is GIN RUMMY and unfortunately not cribbage. At least it wasn’t a merger this time.
Did you know that a liter is about seven glasses of wine (or, I guess, any liquid)? start complaining.
“Winner of a record 26 Oscars” is WA[LT D]ISNEY. Wikipedia lists his total as 22, plus three honors.
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The Olympic site is RIO with three letters, but swimmer Katie Ledecky (who won four golds there) was in the puzzle on March 5, 2018.
Clever Clues: “Highlighter of tihs clue?” is SPE[LLC]HECK. “Faces of the Digital Age?” is EMOTI[CO]NS. “Legal limits?” is ELS. “One shot Wonder he’s not” is STEVIE.
It was difficult for me, but not because it was a poorly constructed crossword puzzle. I’m just a bit slow lately and haven’t been able to parse the clues properly. For just one example, I kept thinking of the word for a particular suit “certain custom suit” when he wanted the brand, ARMANI. Aside from the cruel IN E tip about some stupid symphony, this was a well done puzzle.
Subject: BILLY CLUB. Each of the four themed answers begins with a famous Billy: Ocean, Crystal, Graham, and Billy Porter, actor and singer.
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I enjoyed the “Apple tool” because it could refer to a company or a fruit. It turned out to be the latter (CORER), but I like uncertainty.
I had never heard of MAISIE Dobbs, the detective in the Jacqueline Winspear book series. The series takes place in the 1930s. I think I might like them!
I misread “do with pick, maybe” as starting with a verb, not a noun, hairstyle: FRO.
Obama wrote more than two books! The Promised Land is a memoir about being in the White House.
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It is not so difficult to understand that Ilya Kuryakin’s organization The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is the KGB I don’t think I knew about the movie. Ilya Armi Hamer played.
The ACELA Corridor refers to the high-speed train from Boston to D.C. that has run several times.
I needed a couple of crosses to remind me that GLADYS KNIGHT (and the Pips) sang “Midnight Train to Georgia”.
The OTOE volume has come up many times in the puzzle. Today it is considered as the source of the state of Nebraska of the same name.
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This was a great Tuesday puzzle! I thought the clues were well written and the fill had some interesting phrases like LONGEVITY and EGO TRIP.
Subject: On CLOUD 9 as indicated by the central black squares. That is, being in a happy place, that is, sheer bliss. Or maybe in SHANGRI-LA or Wonderland.
“The Italian name of the six popes” is PAOLO, the Italian POL. Paul VI was the ultimate PAOLO; He died in 1978 and was succeeded by the shortest reigning pope, John Paul, who was God’s protector on earth for only 33 days.
I learned two things about CONEY Island from its presentation today: it is part of Brooklyn, not an island. Development began in the 1840s when Coney Island wasn’t even connected to the mainland. That’s why it’s called Coney Island, even though it’s not a real island.
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John van Neumann came up with an answer on September 15, 2017, but for all the accomplishments I’ve listed of him, I failed to mention that he was a pioneer in game theory.
It was a Tuesday well done. Original grid, decent fill variety, not too many obscure hints. Maybe we all need some cloud 9 thinking these days.
Is “the second letter after epsilon” the best clue they could come up with for ETA? Uh Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon, Zeta, Eta.
PAL JOEY was a 1957 film starring Frank Sinatra, based on the original 1940 novel and subsequent musical. Sinatra is playing