Mother Of Pearl Crossword Clue 5 Letters
Mother Of Pearl Crossword Clue 5 Letters – Country singer McKenna / SUN 5-8-21 / Got sniggling / Actor in eight Bond films / Shouts at a Greek wedding
THEME: “Mother’s Day Concert”— songs that appear to be related to childbirth. They seem to be arranged in some sort, and end with birth (?):
Mother Of Pearl Crossword Clue 5 Letters
Word of the Day: LORI McKenna(19A: Country singer McKenna) – Lorraine “Lori” McKenna(née Giroux; born December 22, 1968) is an American singer, country singer, songwriter and musician. In 2016, she was nominated for a Grammy Award for Song of the Year and won Best Country Song for her single “Girl Crush” by Big Little Town. In 2017, he also won the Best Country Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards for writing “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw. McKenna along with Lady Gaga, Natalie Hembyand Hillary Lindsey wrote the second single from the 2018 film A Star Is Borncalled “We Always Remember This Way.” McKenna sang backing vocals along with Lindsey and Hemby, and the song received a nomination for Song of the Year at the 62nd Annual Awards. (wikipedia)
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Let me preface my earlier statements by saying that I am convinced that they are at least unfair. But I think I have solved this thing, from the first themer I got (“HIGHLY HIKING”), that is: I found it strange. There’s something about a man who makes a puzzle and turns these … physical, emotional, often painful into musical comedy. I think it was the aggressive attitude towards the reality of giving birth that bothered me. I mean, giving birth, it’s fun, there are no problems with all kinds of details related to the act. It’s a wonderful beauty in all of them. I really think having “HURTS SO GOOD” being the first character I encountered really ruined the whole experience. The thought of contractions is kind of a sadomasochistic experience…it just makes my skin crawl a little. Some themes aren’t really for me. And I’m 100% sure that if the builder had been a woman, I wouldn’t have been left out the way I was. But I would probably still be there. A little. When I think of Mother’s Day, I don’t really think of the actual act of giving birth. I mean, it’s obviously important, but it’s not at the heart of what makes a mother a mother. However, I fully admit that my aversion to this whole topic is probably just too weird and personal. Some of these themes are good, I think. But you know what mom really wants for Mother’s Day? Female citizen.
Another thing is that all those songs are very old. The latest track is 23 years old. I mean, right in my wheels, thank you very much, but if I’m under 40 years old (and seriously, there are many solutions), this will feel mosty. I’m glad the puzzle is old, but maybe expand the space a bit. Oh, hey, I haven’t even seen that 2012 Usher song on there (“SREAM”). I don’t know what that song is. I know the Michael/Janet Jackson song “SCREAM,” but not Usher’s. I think Usher makes things modern. But only.
I really thought I was testing myself with this, so I was quite shocked to see my very fast time (for me) at the end. There were too many “?” clues that I actually yelled into the puzzle in the middle of solving it. “Wait!” or “Ugggh!” or something like that is probably what I shouted. But my reaction when I looked at what appeared to be a “5”? the light in the sequence was visceral. Apart from the themes (which have “?” points in the design, so no garbage there), I count thirteen (!?) “?” details. Maybe there are more—I scanned quickly and sometimes my eyes gave me away. But that seems like a lot. And there are many in a short space. 60- 66- 70- 72- 79- and 84-Down is *all* “?” details. And of course, the only two places I saw today I had a “?” points right in the middle of them. First, PUPAE , oof (56A: Wanna-bees, e.g.?). Because… they want to be… bees? However, do they? Wannabes are determined They are not what they pretend to be/wish to be. Although PUPAE turns into bees, so… I don’t know about the pun there. And that answer crossed TOETAPS, which didn’t register as something in my brain (43D: Saves a human foot strike). Another difficult area included 66D: Area of foreign banks? (FUNCTIONS). What coast are they “from”? In a big country? Because “banks” *are* beaches. Also, “banks” is often used for rivers and lakes, not oceans or seas. Of the “?” it does a lot of work for this. So ISLETS , next to PARA (72D: Team of Olympic athletes) (isn’t that an abbreviation? why doesn’t the light show the abbreviation?) But, again, it obviously didn’t bother me much, because I flew through this one. I liked the long Downs in the NW and SE corners. That’s for sure. And I loved how fast I was. Everything else was fine. Your taste may vary (mostly).
No need to explain today, right? 5D: That beginning leads to the conclusion? (COGITO ) refers to the phrase “COGITO ergo sum” (“I think, therefore I am”). ERS is [Rest Areas, short term?] because you take a break (ie broken body parts) there. Next “?” all the details seem clear.
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P.P.S. from social media … it’s clear that I’m not the only one who deviated from this topic, at least a little:Lights and responses with the topic refer to the game ROSHAMBO. In a very smart grid, we have PAPER cutting SCISSORS, ROCK breaking SCISSORS and PAPER covering ROCK:
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Teri Polo’s breakout role on the big screen was as Pam Focker in “Meet the Fockers” and more. Pam is the wife of the character played by Ben Stiller. Polo also played the wife of presidential candidate Matt Santos in “The West Wing”.
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“Loch” is the Scottish-Gaelic word for “lake”. The Irish-Gaelic word is “lough”, and the Welsh word is “llyn”.
“Masa” is the Spanish word for “dough”, which word is often used as an abbreviation of “masa de maíz”. Masa is used to make tortillas and tamales, for example.
Bolivia’s administrative capital, La Paz, is officially named Nuestra Senora de La Paz (Our Lady of Peace). La Paz is the seat of government of Bolivia, although the official capital of the country is Sucre.
The genome is all the genetic information needed to produce an organism, in other words, all its chromosomes. When scientists decode a person’s genome, it takes a huge amount of computer memory, and yet all this information is contained in every cell of the body. ours. Each cell “knows” how to make a complete person.
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The word “spa” migrated to English from Belgium, as “Spa” is the name of a municipality in the east of the country famous for its healing hot springs. The name “Spa” comes from the Walloon word “espa” which means “spring, spring”.
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