Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters – Hanukkah Fried Treat / THURSDAY 9-3-20 / Sporting Event Featured in 2014 Documentary Queens Cowboys / Rookie at the Slang Games / Pixar Film Premieres in Mexico / Moist Textured Fruity Bread

THEME: JUMP BACK (64A: Recovery … or what 17-, 25-, 38-, and 51-Across do)—themes start somewhere in the middle (in a round square), continue in the normal L-to-R direction , but once they reach the end, they JUMP BACK (past the original circle, back to the “first” square”). So they are only partially palindromic answers:

Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Word of the Day: BAM BAM Bigelow (47D: Former professional wrestling star ___ Bigelow) — Scott Charles Bigelow (September 1, 1961 – January 19, 2007) was an American professional wrestler better known by the stage name Bam Bam Bigelow. Recognizable by his nearly 400-pound frame and distinctive fire tattoo covering most of his bald head, Bigelow was hailed by his former employer WWE in 2013 as “the most natural, agile and physically remarkable big man of the last quarter century”, while the former ref. worker Bret Hart described him as “probably the best working big man in the business.” Bigelow is best known for his appearances with New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) between 1987 and 2001. During During his career, he held championships including the ECW World Heavyweight Championship, the ECW World Television Championship, the IWGP Tag Team Championship, and the WCW World Tag Team Championship. Bigelow headlined seven pay-per-views: the inaugural Survivor Series in 1987, Beach Brawl in 1991, King of the Ring in 1993 and 1995, WrestleMania XI in 1995, and the 1997 and 1998 editions of ECW’s premier annual event, a November to Remember. (wikipedia)

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I’m super busy with stuff for the first week of school so this is going to be kind of short since I need Sleeeeeep. That looked good. Answers start in the middle, go back…there you go. I guess it’s some kind of architectural feat, I don’t know. I know the only one that really interested me was WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON, both because it’s really long (although it ends up being a perfect grid spanning 15 boxes) and therefore has the most dramatic visual effect, and because I was applying to Whitman College when I was a high school senior (I have a lot of family in the Pacific Northwest) and I knew the answer right away (and I had a weird time remembering this little bit of my biography that even I had forgotten). I didn’t like writing the answers (partially) backwards. But it was more inconvenient than annoying. The fill on this one seems average, with the spectacular and original GAY RODEO (39D: Sporting even profiled in the 2014 documentary Queens & Cowboys) ahead of the rest.

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I really don’t understand how [AA] = ACES. Maybe it’s some kind of poker notation I’m not familiar with. I certainly never heard of BAM BAM Bigelow, but the crosses were easy so he didn’t hold me back that much. BAM BAM died at 46. Rude. I know and accept that ALITO will appear in my puzzle for the rest of my life, but I will never like it. I’ll also never like TIE— as an answer since TIEPIN TIETAC and TIEBAR are all things and all things that came up at NYTXW in particular (tried TAC today). I typed in SORT (?) instead of SAVE (37D: File menu action). But otherwise I just didn’t make any mistakes in it. I figured out the theme very easily once I realized that the front end of the first themer *should* have been the nonsense I was looking at (“EKACN’s etc”). The first thing I did was read backwards. I saw “cake”. I figured it out quickly after that. None of the other topics proved problematic in the slightest. I had more fun yesterday, but this was still better than SO-SO (69A: Meh). The theme of the puzzle is RING CYCLE, referring to Wagner’s four opera cycles, Der Ring des Nibelungen. The four operas, arranged in order, can be found around the edge of the puzzle – they are:

… starting with Die Walküre in the bottom right. It is very nice that they are literally in a loop around the edge.

Theme clues that lack a definition part in the clue all lead to characters in these operas. Personally, I was very pleased when I understood the subject, as I am somewhat familiar with these works, and I can turn for help to my father, who knows them very well. I’ve highlighted in red and starred the theme solutions below.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2022

In terms of working out the placement of the solutions, I found this relatively easy compared to some similar jigsaw-style crosswords, once I figured out how to enter the operas around the edge, based on the two three-letter words that should appear in them .

I really enjoyed this puzzle – it was a good challenge and had quite a few clues that made me smile. Thanks Maskarade.

A + ZO = “Himalayan cross” (an animal loved by Scrabble players) + I = “one” + C = “cold”

Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters

GRUB = “Food” reversed + UND = “and, for Heinz” (ie German for “and”) + [barle]Y = “last barley”

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Thanks to Sagittarius for pointing out that the definition is “of Caesar’s god” (ie including the apostrophe-S) since DEI is genitive. (Unfortunately, I never studied Latin at school.)

Double definition: “Batter’s Call of Discovery” (what Archimedes supposedly called out in the bathtub) and “Australian Rebellion of 1854.”

A wonderful clue due to surface reading: the first “False” is an anagram indicator, and the anagram fodder is FA… FR.EN. (“false friend” without the letters of “idles” (“idles falsely away”)

FRIER = ‘Milton’s brother’ (ie a word for brother used in Milton) + N = ‘name’. I personally think that a vague answer like this (probably forced by the grid construction) ideally shouldn’t have any vague puns either, and a word from Milton falls into that category for me.

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GAME = “done” followed by CUBE = “8 or 27?” (8 is 2 cubes and 27 is 3 cubes). Obviously this clue would be much more misleading if the clues were numbered 🙂

Definition: “Nintendo video console” (the one with the listing is more of a giveaway if you know anything about game consoles, but I guess the typical crossword solver might not!)

GANGE[s] = “short river” + D = “deserted” (I’m guessing this abbreviation comes from military records? It was new to me anyway, but it’s in Chambers.)

Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Double definition: “Escapes” and “isn’t forced to pay” (huh? I think only “isn’t forced to pay” would be interchangeable, eg in “She gets free ice cream”)

Thursday, June 3, 2021

PISTOL + “Professional killer” (as in “hired gun” – I think this is an example of synecdoche, the gun stands in for the person using it) + THER[emin] = “tool – not the half!”

U = ‘university’ in LLL (’50s’ – L is the Roman numeral for 50) + ED = ‘education’

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NAN = “Grandma” + (WITH)* (“new” is the anagram indicator) around C = “canine” (short for teeth, I guess)

LIEU = “place” (in the sense that “instead” means “in place of”) with “sides” swapped (ie right [right] for L [left])

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Definition: “art in Japan” (Tae Kwon Do is a martial art) – Update: several commenters have pointed out that Tae Kwon Do is actually Korean!

Update: Thanks to those who pointed out that treating this as a “Caravan that could be” works better than just “Caravan” as a hobbyist knife / VTUL 3-16-21 / Corn Farmer by harvest time / Lumberjacks in dangerous working conditions / High-calorie bakery offerings / Like pandas yaks and snow leopards / An old car that is a homophone of another answer in this puzzle

SUBJECT: ICE TEA (39A: Drink with a phonetic allusion to 17-, 26-, 51-, and 63-Across) — familiar phrases that begin with “T,” only the “T” is “cold” (as in “killed ” (!?), i.e. cut off, omitted), resulting in goofy phrases suggested madly (i.e. “?” style):

Gist Crossword Clue 3 Letters

Word of the Day: Glacier Bay National Park (27D: Capital near Glacier Bay National Park => Juneau) — Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve is an American national park located in Southeast Alaska west of Juneau. President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed the area around Bayana Glacier a national monument under Acton Antiquities on February 25, 1925. [4] Following the expansion of the monument by President Jimmy Carter in 1978, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) expanded the national monument with 523,000 acres (817.2 sq mi); 2, 116.5 km2) on December 2, 1980 and created Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. A river with its habitats for fish and wildlife while allowing for sport hunting. Glacier Bay became part of a binational UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 and was listed as a Biosphere Reserve in 1986. The National Park Service assumed responsibility for working with Hoonahand YakutatTlingit Indian organizations in managing the protected area in 1994. and reservation cover a total of 3,223,384 acres (5,037 sq mi; 13,045 km2), with 2,770,000 acres (4,328 sq mi; 11,210 km2) designated as wilderness area. (wikipedia)

The Cryptic Crossword: Sunday, March 20, 2022

I like the quirkiness of this one. It’s a bit horrible, using killer language to refer to the simple omission of a letter. I’d probably go with something like URN OF PHRASE instead

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