Indian Flatbread Crossword Clue 4 Letters
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SUBJECT: A handful of poetic … punches? OGDEN Nash (39A: Poet Nash, who wrote lines 17-, 24-, 47- and 58-Across) – here it is:
Indian Flatbread Crossword Clue 4 Letters
Word of the day: ROTI (3D: Indian flatbread) – Roti (also known as chapati) is a round flatbread originating from the Indian subcontinent made from ground wheat flour, traditionally known as gehu ka atta, and water, which is mixed into a dough. Roti is consumed in many parts of the world. Its distinctive feature is that it is unfermented. Naan from the Indian subcontinent, by contrast, is a leavened bread like kulcha. Like bread around the world, roti is a staple accompaniment to other foods. (wikipedia)
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I really don’t know what to make of it. I don’t see how this can be classified as a topic. You just… go through OGDEN Nash’s book of poems and find some of his apparently endless “joke” phrases that you can turn into a set of symmetrical responses and… then? I see all the “jokes” are about animals. Do not know why. So can I BULL add them to the grid because
I’ll admit, the OGDEN Nash is smart, but I’m not sure the die lines are the best fill. Also, I don’t know why today is OGDEN Nash Day. Is it his birthday? Did he get sick? No, Wikipedia tells me that none of these guesses are correct. Wikipedia also tells me that he’s written “over 500” light poems, so, you know, if this topic tickles your fancy in some way, there’s a *ton* more fodder out there. Go to town, I guess. More things I don’t understand: why the revealer is *name*. It’s not bad, but it’s weird. It’s not like he’s known simply as OGDEN. He’s not Oprah. Also, OGDEN (we’re calling names now) is similar to AMAHL to me because I know it *solely* from crosswords (a catchphrase for all the die-hard AMAHL fans I heard yesterday). I think I found out about OGDEN’s existence from the whole ONE l llama two l llama three l llama (i.e. “three alarm” as a type of fire) “joke” that was often a reference to ONEL, along with Scott Turow’s book of the same name, which yes I’ve never even seen one in the wild (ONEL is a hard crossword puzzle and not so common these days). Anyway, the grid is filled with random phrases that mean nothing by themselves. As I look at the grid, the NEXT MILK just sits there staring at me as if daring me to guess who the NEXT MILK is. It’s kind of the flip side of the industry slogan, “Pork: The Other White Meat.” For example “PILITES: ANOTHER MILK”. Something like this. Anyway, if you like a light poem, I think this is for you. I don’t think that’s the core of the theme, esp. Because finding symmetrical phrases in the book doesn’t seem particularly thoughtful or clever, but I guess if you think OGDEN is thoughtful or clever, that’s good enough.
The longer fill is quite lively, which I appreciate. I really enjoyed MOCKTAIL and STEP ON IT!, NEW EDITION and NOW LOOK HERE! are all strong records. “IT” repeats FACE IT , but I only noticed it now, so it (!) hardly matters. The only answers I’d send back to the crossword scrap are EWW DOO and EDUCE , which together form a barbershop quartet that welcomes you to hell (fours are trios in hell and no one bothers to explain). That’s it, I think. If you like to remember OGDEN, you’re in luck. Otherwise, less. Hello.Meredith’s Cousin on Grey’s Anatomy / SAT 11-20-21 / Song Lyrics Sung Twice Before Saying Goodbye / One Named Model & Philanthropist / Drink With Chopsticks To Your Beer / Kind Words When Accepting Honors / A Ladle Is Often Used In An Indian Kitchen / Org Related with the note series G-E-C / a French phrase in many bistro names
Word of the Day: EHUD Olmert (9D: ___ Olmert, former PM of Israel) — Ehud Olmert (/ˈ oʊ l m ər t , -m ɛər t / ; Hebrew: אֶהוּד אמֹל September 1945) is an Israeli politician and lawyer. 2006-2009 he served as the 12th Prime Minister of Israel, and before that, from 1988 to 1992. and 2003-2006 – positions in the minister’s cabinet. From the first to the second cabinet member, he served as the mayor of Jerusalem from 2003. until 1993 while serving as prime minister, he was sentenced to prison on charges of accepting bribes and obstructing justice while serving as mayor of Jerusalem and minister of commerce. (wikipedia)
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This is a serious effort. SAKE BOMB, EXTRA MILE and NIGHT OWLS were the high points for me. A few of the longer answers faltered, namely FLEW A KITE , which is an 8/10 on the EAT A KITE scale of “arbitrary empty and empty” verb phrases (extra points for the past tense!), and YOU. ‘GOT THIS!’, which colloquially, in practice, seems much more likely to mean YOU GOT THIS! I see both versions being used, but the full, grammatically correct version of the phrase sounds lame, like someone trying to use an expression that doesn’t come naturally to them. In real speech, in practice, that “VE” usually disappears. Oh, and one other longer answer that I had a bad reaction to, that really pissed me off and pissed me off the most, was “I’m humbled,” not that it’s not exactly a real crossword in that language. an appropriate phrase (that is), but because the phrase is always so repulsively fake (18A: nice words when accepting an honor). Receiving a major award is not humbling. You are not humble. Never believe someone standing in a tuxedo or gown holding a gold statue or any other award when they tell you, “I’M UNLIKED.” They are honored but not humbled. In fact, if you say you’re humble, you’re almost certainly lying. You act humble enough to make people think you’re not an egomaniac, but bro, in most cases, your fake, self-aggrandizing “I’m humbled” makes you look like a bigger egomaniac than you’ll ever know. True humility is not standing on a stage speaking into a microphone with an award in hand. You know what’s humiliating? Failure. The term “humblebrag” exists for a reason. You can be grateful, it can be a very sincere feeling to win an award, a very good feeling to express when you are honored. But spare me the “I’m FREE”. End of Ted’s Talk.
The only hangups today were in predictable places, namely minor characters in shows/books/movies I don’t care about. I know Grey’s Anatomy was very popular, but I don’t know anyone who watched it, or at least no one who talked about it or even mentioned it, so…let’s see, I know the kid. who starred in Can’t Buy Me Love, grew up and starred in a show (Patrick…someone…maybe he’s known as “Dreamy” on the show? McDreamy?…yeah! Patrick Dempsey!), and I think that Katherine HEIGL was in it once and I know SHONDA how-is-she-not-in-crosswords-anymore RHIMES made it and I know it’s a medical drama set in Seattle. After that I leave. LEXIE? (14A: Meredith’s cousin on Grey’s Anatomy) Yeesh. I was just waiting for a title-like entity to appear in those squares. Another name issue I had was ARWEN , which I kind of remember from watching those incredibly boring and complicated LOTR movies. But to be honest, I originally wrote ROWEN there. Folks, one TOLKIEN answer is enough for one puzzle.
I had BRASH vs. FRESH (1A: Sassy) (yet. Wider. Sass. 3 day series) and MARE vs. SIRE (I thought SIRE was too obvious, oops) (4D: part of horse bloodline). Also BELIEVE ME vs. BELIEVE IT (the second “TA” in the puzzle, which I wouldn’t normally notice, but somehow, probably because I tripped over THIS, I definitely noticed IT this time). COLAS vs MALT (12D: Fountain Price). ACRE v. DIRT (52D: covers a lot of land). I’m very proud of the musical part of my brain today because after only a few seconds of thinking I got HEY (actually I had the NA-NA NA-NA part of Hey Jude as a response I wondered the other day and now I realize today’s HEY is also from Hey Jude but now that I’m singing to myself it’s from Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye that I’m just learning now, it’s called Steam.