Internet Pioneer Letters Crossword Clue

Internet Pioneer Letters Crossword Clue – Child Care Expert LeChan / SUN 9-20-20 / Jazz Composer Beiderbeke / Yellow Quartz / 14th Century King of Aragon / Unpopular Legislation 1773 / Internet Meme With Grammatically Incorrect Captions / The Philosopher Who Taught Nero / Tokyo To Tokyo / A game where each player starts with a score of 501 / Scandinavian troublemaker

TOPIC: “Word Ladders” – Words in a word ladder (a sequence of four-letter answers where one letter changes with each iteration) are actually “ladders” in the sense that they act as paths along which a pair of “Opposite” answers fall or increase to three levels, respectively:

Internet Pioneer Letters Crossword Clue

Internet Pioneer Letters Crossword Clue

Word of the Day: LESTOIL (99A: Clorox Detergent) – Lestoili is Clorox’s registered trade name for a powerful multi-purpose cleaner used to remove extremely tough laundry stains, dissolve water-based and oil-based paints, and clean grease, oil, paint and adhesives from floors and surfaces. It was introduced as a dry cleaning liquid in 1933. (Wikipedia)

Rex Parker Does The Nyt Crossword Puzzle: Area Named For Gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg / Thu 3 25 21 / China North Korea Border River / Supercomputing Pioneer Seymour / Five Point Rugby Play / Grocery

I don’t know how to describe my feelings here. As an architectural feat, it’s quite impressive. Takes the (terrible, hackneyed) thematic concept of the word ladder (which here goes from RISE to FALL ) and fleshes it out by turning the rungs of the “ladder” into actual ladders that the themes “ascend” and “fall” (three lines in any direction) . Conceptually, it is dense and interesting. And yet solving it was boring to me. Once I got the gist of it, I just had to remember that there would be ups and downs, so nothing really interesting happened except the fuss of holding up the ups and downs, and then there were so many sharp fills that it just ate up any whimsical pleasure the theme could provide. LESTOIL … ??? … never heard of it. Never seen. Haven’t appeared in NYTXW since I started blogging (fourteen years ago this week!). CITRINE? (71A: Yellow variety of quartz) I’m pretty sure that’s what the puzzle says, but again, I got the answer and just had no way of knowing if what I had was correct (although CITRINE at least sounded plausible—LESTOIL looked terribly wrong). And from what year “I Love It”? You could have at least included it in the clue because ICONA (!?!?!?!), oh no (36D: “I Love It” duet ___ Pop). One shot, eight years ago. I mean, even if ICONA Pop was somehow known as ABBA, ICONA itself would never, ever, ever be good music. There are also many crossword puzzles that made me scrunch my face (PETERIV ATEIN USRDA ADREP EDO ETTU NEE EES (ugh) CINES EDA NOE LGS AOL ESAU ELL ESO ETC etc). So I’ll admit the architectural feat, but as is often the case with architectural feats, the reward on the level of satisfying the solution just wasn’t there. Maybe if the fill was stronger the theme work could win the day, I don’t know.

I really hate the idea that asterisks are any kind of stars. Also, *, *** and ***** are not MIXED REVIEWS (66D). Everyone has their own review. REVIEWS maybe, maybe, but you’d need something like a “team” for this tip to work, although even then it won’t work because, as I say, an asterisk isn’t a star. I read Jane Eyre, but not in school, so I really missed the fact that fire is some kind of MOTIF. Not in the top five or ten things I think of when I think of Jane Eyre, but oh well. Is LOLCAT still relevant? (105D: Internet meme with grammatically incorrect captions). Is this BRODATE? (43A: An excuse for male bonding, in modern parlance). If this is a thing, it’s terrible. “Modern jargon”, my eye. Stop taking everything. NYTXW is already quite the brofest. This is a date. Just say “date”. Also not a thing, for future reference: MANCRUSH. Like, you’re in love with a dude. Accept it. Accept it. This is love. That’s OK. You can still be straight or whatever. Yes Twice today I had to wait for a cross to see what gender a word would be – never fun. So it was CARA, not CARO, and OTRO, not OTRA. I think my favorite part of the puzzle was actually the “I’m calling DIBS!” (123A: “That’s mine!”), though again I’ll admit the theme is thoughtful and pretty well done. It’s just not as fun to solve as you’d like it to be. Okay, bye. Central Ancient Italy / THU 6-1-17 / Universal Vitality / Theater Pioneer Marcus / Madness to Be Wise / Liberty Tree / El Orinoco / Actress Barbo Swamp Thing / Composer Copeland / Calder’s Cup / Oil Sky / Kentaro / Escape Route Casablanca

THEME: The World Revolving Around the Sun – The world, indicated by the squares surrounded by circles in the four quadrants of the grid, revolves around the Sun, indicated by the rebus square in the center. The sun also has wonderful rays that extend into the grid.

Falun Gong /ˈ f ɑː l uː n ˈ ɡ ʊ ŋ / or Falun Dafa /ˈ f ɑː l uː n ˈ d ɑː f ɑː / (Standard Chinese: [fàlwə̂ntâfà]; literally “Dharma Wheel Practice” or “Law Wheel Practice” ) is a Chinese spiritual practice that combines meditation and qigong exercises with a moral philosophy centered on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and forbearance (Chinese: 真、善、忍). The practice emphasizes morality and the cultivation of virtue, and identifies itself as a qigong practice of the Buddhist school, although its teachings also include elements drawn from Taoist traditions. Through moral integrity and the practice of meditation, Falun Gong practitioners strive to eliminate attachments and ultimately achieve spiritual enlightenment. […] On July 20, 1999, the leadership of the Communist Party launched a nationwide repression and multifaceted propaganda campaign aimed at eradicating this practice. He blocked Internet access to websites that mentioned Falun Gong, and in October 1999 declared Falun Gong a “heretical organization” that threatened social stability. Falun Gong practitioners in China are reported to suffer a variety of human rights abuses: hundreds of thousands are estimated to have been imprisoned without trial, and practitioners in detention are subjected to forced labor, psychiatric abuse, torture, and other coercive methods of thought reform. at the hands of the Chinese authorities. As of 2009, human rights groups estimate that at least 2,000 Falun Gong practitioners have died as a result of abuse while incarcerated. Some observers put the figure at a much higher figure and report that tens of thousands of people may have been killed to supply China’s organ transplant industry. Ever since the persecution began, Falun Gong practitioners have become active in protecting human rights in China. (Wikipedia)

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Laura here – I’m back again and able to blog as a female designer! (Or at least a co-constructor.) Did you know that so far in 2017, only 13% of New York Times puzzles have been done by women? This should be the lowest percentage on record. Why so few? Editors, constructors, bloggers and journalists have provided explanations: crosswords are more technical now (rolling eyes), more women have been constructing as a hobby, and now they have real jobs and no time (a bigger and more dramatic eye or maybe there is a systemic and/or unconscious cultural bias (raised eyebrows) Are you a female or female solver reading this blog and interested in doing puzzles? I can’t claim to be an expert, but I’m learning and would love to learn with you. tweet me or ask Rex to forward an email – maybe together we can break what I’ve decided to call the Newsprint Ceiling.

Yes, the puzzle: I really liked it. I realized something was up, probably with the puzzles, when I couldn’t fit SUNSET into 35A (cowboys can go there). Immediately got the NE with BATHTOY (14A: Rubber duck, for example) crossing STUART (9D: Little children’s literature), noticed that the circled letters meant WORLD, and also that they made a small circle. Next went southeast, noticed we had another WORLD but oriented differently, then went around the sun clockwise and ended up in the northwest with ETRURIA (15A: ancient region of central Italy) and ADRIENNA (2D: actress Barbo from the cult classic “Swamp Thing”). Did you notice that the letters of the WORLDS are not placed randomly?

In each quadrant, the WORLD is oriented differently; on the NE, it starts at noon and goes counter-clockwise; Sun, at 3:00 p.m.; Sun, at 18:00; and NW, at 9 p.m. Cool and cute, but I’m a greedy solver and wanted more. I saw AARON (6D: Composer Copeland) on the NE and thought Appalachian Spring? Perhaps each quadrant alludes to a season? Or did ETRURIA indicate which hemisphere faced the sun at any given point? But no. The filler was a filler, albeit a decent one.

Internet Pioneer Letters Crossword Clue

Thanks Rex for giving me another opportunity to post an invite this week and I hope to see you all again soon. Complete set in a musical comedy /

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