Epoch Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Epoch Crossword Clue 3 Letters – Religious Exodus / VRI 7-1-22 / By All Means in the Old Tongue / Scrambling to Make Naan and Roti / Song with Up to 176 Lines / Classic 60s and 70s Sketch Comedy Show / Modern Brava ! / The Supreme Court passed at first / Quit slang

Word of the Day: ATTA(1A: Knead to make naan and roti) — Atta/Ata (Urdu: অতা ; Hindi: অতা , Bengali: আটা, Romanized: Āṭā) or chakki attais a whole wheat flour, originating from Indian flour subcontinent, used to make flat breads such as chapati, roti, naan, paratha and puri. It is the most widespread flour in the Indian subcontinent. (Wikipedia)

Epoch Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Epoch Crossword Clue 3 Letters

This was slow for me. At first, it was the puzzle’s fault. Later, it was definitely (mostly) my fault. Let’s start with the built-in difficulty of the puzzle, and for me it came immediately, the first clue: 1A: Kneads to make naan and roti (ATTA). Four letters, Indian food, mental rolodex [whirrrrrrrr] Well, two of those four letter words are damn, so they’re out. DAAL can be four letters, but it’s usually three and it involves lentils anyway…how about DOSA?! But no, this is a finished food, not a dough or FLOUR. And that was it. Confused. No hope for 1-Across. And I couldn’t get a handle on anything in the NW without it. I have no idea what 3-letter tribe I was dealing with at 22A: Tribe Known for Farming and Oil and Gas Operations (UTE). You never use the term REFI or see it much in crosswords, so I couldn’t find anything there other than… I don’t know, RENT? (26A: Take advantage of low A.P.R., maybe). It was bad. Oh, worst of all, I had SAW IN instead of LED IN (16A: brought through the door). Not sure how I can tell the difference without the crosses. Nobel Prize Winner, also a mystery for a bit (4D: Ghanaian Nobel Peace Prize Winner => ANNAN ). And then there’s TODIEFOR, which was always going to be hell to analyze, but with everything else up there not working, it was almost impossible (I wanted something on GOD (2D: Absolutely Divine). I think I managed to i find my way to clarity with IN from SAW IN incorrectly, and then TWIG FLOWN ANNAN . In the end, ORIGAMI helped a lot, but FLOUR , yes, that clue – super hard (14D: Full of groceries). Anyway, it looks like you would have known ATTA right away that corner was probably easy but if not uh no I’m not thrilled that the mystery answer ended up being just old school crosswords in new clothes but if A(T)TA is indeed “the most widespread FLOUR in the Indian subcontinent” (as the wikipedia definition above claims), then I, and any of you who didn’t know the answer today, would be well advised to learn this definition of ATTA immediately. questioned the validity of a term with this kind of influence.

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My problems continued even after I exited that section. I wanted GRAN for 28A: Many a bone (GOAT), which had to be an intentional trap. That mistake made the APRICOT very hard to see and this is where the puzzle started to annoy me. APRICOT is just… a fruit. You can find them in the products section. Why are they spotted as a brand? [Sun-Maid snack]!? I’m sure I… do them? Process them? Are these dried APRICOT? Let the apricots be just APRICOTS. Sun-Maid, shmun-maid. Once I got into the NE, the puzzle finally had some fun. ATE FOR TWO / POLAR BEAR / ROLL Again is a nice stack, as is its SW counterpart – just awesome. But in SV, I had a hell of a time because a small mistake of mine ended up snowballing and wreaking havoc. Strange that at first it was a four letter word that got me into (ATTA ) and later the same thing happened. Only with ATTA , that was pure ignorance, while with the next four-letter mistake, I simply didn’t read the clue correctly. See, at 42A: One of the six reaction buttons for a text on an iPhone, my brain just saw [blah blah blah iPhone] and the letter pattern -A-A. And so my brain said “DATA!” and I wrote this in and wow, you wouldn’t think a little word like that could cause so much damage, but analyzing “OH NO NO!”?? Completely impossible (“OH TELL…ME?… TELL IT?”) (34D: “Not on your life!”). And [the religious exodus], HAHA, no. I had DE-I–. Incomprehensible. And then I went and messed it up more by doing something stupid like misinterpreting the clue at 50A: Give a little (SAG ), which my brain (really didn’t play today) read as [Give a title], and that’s how DUB came in (!?!?!). That meant that at 46D: Quit, slangily (BAG IT ) I had BUG– and I actually wrote in “BUGGA” (figuring…I don’t know…it was some sort of British-inflected version of ” bugger off” which somehow also meant “give up” I guess). So HAHA plant number two was self-inflicted. clumsiness over clumsiness. Loved those NE and SW corners as I say and RIDE SHOTGUN is also he sweet Those parts made an otherwise painful, horrifying solving experience bearable.

[wikipedia: “HijrahorHijra (Arabic: حجر) was the journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his followers from MeccatoMedina. The Arabic word hijram means “departure” or “migration”, among other definitions. It was also transliterated as Medieval Latin Hegirain, a term still occasionally used in English. (my emph.)]Thriller with a two-note theme / VRI 4/21/2012 / Starring for Jamie Foxx / Sequel to Pearl S. Buck’s The Good Earth / Mythological figure who almost escaped Hades / Guac go – with / One of the schools named in the public schools act of 1868 / Explicitly for a British team / in short

In Greek mythology, Eurydice or Eurydike ( /j ʊəˈr ɪ d ɪ siː / ; Greek: Εὐρυδίκη , “broad justice”) was the wife of Orpheus, who tried to bring her back from the dead with his enchanting music. // Eurydice was the wife of the musician Orpheus, who loved her very much; on their wedding day, he sang happy songs as his bride danced across the meadow. One day, Aristaeussaw followed Eurydice, who stepped on a viper, was bitten, and died on the spot. Angry, Orpheus sang and sang so piteously that all the nymphs and deities wept and told him to travel to the Underworld to retrieve her, which he happily did. After his music softened the hearts of Hades and Persephone, his singing so sweet that even Erinyeswept, was allowed to take her back to the world of the living. In another version, Orpheus played his lyre to put Cerberus, the guardian of Hades, to sleep, after which Eurydice was allowed to return with Orpheus to the world of the living. In any case, the condition was attached that he should pass in front of her and not look back until they had both reached the upper world. He soon began to doubt that she was there, suspecting that Hades had tricked him. Just as he reached the portals of Hades and the light of day, he turned to look at her face, and as Eurydice had not yet crossed the threshold, she disappeared back into the Underworld. When Orpheus was later killed by Maenadsat on the orders of Dionysus, his soul reached the Underworld where it was reunited with Eurydice. (Wikipedia)

Today will be a short article because I’m just getting up. Maybe during the writing I will wake up more and the text will continue to the normal length, but at this point in the second sentence of the writing, this does not seem likely. I socialized for the first time in almost eighteen months last night and man was I exhausted. I went to Syracuse to see two of my favorite crossword puzzle people, who are also two of my favorite people, and we drank whiskey (well, one of us drank an Aperol spritz, I think, in terms of technical) and talked and talked like the people I had to talk for eighteen months. Time made no sense. Had dinner at a ridiculously late hour, left much later than planned, drove through a violent storm, got home late, thought I’d blog because by then the puzzle was already done, but then I just talked to my wife and cats for a while. hour and passed out. And then the alarm went off at 4:45. And here we are. And I haven’t even started this article yet. OK, here goes. I enjoyed this puzzle. I’m pretty sure I’ve liked Nam Jin Yoon’s puzzles before, though I don’t think they exist

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