Routines Crossword Clue 6 Letters
Routines Crossword Clue 6 Letters – 1950’s TV Jack / WEDNESDAY 6-8-22 / Does he choose a comedy routine / Boyle’s Law subject / Post personal information about online in modern slang / Strong German drink / Title 6 year old from 50’s children’s literature years
SUBJECT: -ET to -ETH— familiar phrases have an “H” added to the end of one of the words, turning that word into a Shakespearean-sounding verb; the resulting wacky phrases are prompted accordingly:
Routines Crossword Clue 6 Letters
Word of the Day: ABU Simbel (57A: ___ Simbel (Nasser Lake Landmark)) — Abu Simbelis, a historic site consisting of two massive rock temples in the village of Abu Simbel (Arabic: أبو سمبل), Aswan Governorate, Upper Egypt, near the border with Sudan. It is located on the western shore of Lake Nasser, about 230 km (140 mi) southwest of Aswan (about 300 km (190 mi) by road). The complex is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the “Nubian Monuments”, which stretches from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae (near Aswan) and includes Amada, Wadi es-Sebua and other Nubian sites. The twin temples were originally carved into the mountainside in the 13th century BC, during the 19th dynasty reign of Pharaoh Ramses II. They serve as a lasting monument to King Ramses II. His Nefertarian wife and children can be seen in smaller figures at his feet, considered less important and not given the same position on the scale. This marks his victory at the Battle of Kadesh. Their huge outdoor rock reliefs have become iconic. The complex was moved in its entirety in 1968 under the supervision of the Polish archaeologist, Kazimierz Michałowski, of the Polish Center for Mediterranean Archeology of the University of Warsaw, on an artificial hill made of a dome structure, high above the Aswan High Dam reservoir. The relocation of the temples was necessary or they would have been submerged during the creation of Lake Nasser, the massive artificial water reservoir formed after the construction of the Aswan High Dam on the Nile River. The project was carried out as part of the UNESCONubian Rescue Campaign. (wikipedia)
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It’s probably a pretty tight set of threads – there are other -ET-to-ETH phrases I can think of, but none of them were exactly great. You should be able to turn an -ET word into an -ETH word *and* have the resulting verb phrase be a fully recognizable phrase. So MULLET to MULLETH works, but there are no good MULLET phrases, so you’re left with MULLETH HAIRCUT or something, which is actually kind of good on the wacky side, but the main phrase “mullet haircut” is just redundant. Anyway, for this theme, the kit looks very solid. I just found the concept dark. Extremely unambiguous. I got a little excited there in ART SCHOOL because there was a “?” clue and I thought “oh, is this topic going to venture into other non-missing archaic verb forms!?” But no, ART SCHOOL isn’t themed (I mean, how would you know that anyway? “Do you have students inside you, building?”). Once I got PICKETH LINES, the rest of the answers were extremely easy to find, and only PUBLIC TOILETH seemed really surprising or inventive. The others just … fit the theme. The grid was too big today for the 8-letter FAD DIETH to sit in the center), so solving PUBLIC definitely TOILETH longer than usual to finish this thing. The way the network is built, the padding is extremely short and unfortunately kind of outdated (AD REP, OAST, PAAR, etc.). Attempts to uninstall it failed in most cases. VACAY is slang in a horrible annoying way that feels old to me now (I’ve never felt the need to abbreviate “vacay” and I’ve never had a conversation with anyone who has – probably seen more in texts than heard irl) , but maybe it looks fresh to you, that’s okay. For me it was the *fourth* “?” a clue I had seen inside a small amount of real estate in the NW, so I was already put off by the answer before I ever went there. With “?” clue to VACAY, at least it feels like there’s a payoff there, while the “?” clues for AMPM (1D: Day and Night?) and ARK (4D: Monthly Couples Retreat?) look more like lipstick on a pig. Plus, ARK itself isn’t “months long,” so that clue had to go back to phrasing school. I wish there were more high points to this one. It’s perfectly adequate, but the theme just wasn’t funny or outrageous enough overall, and the filler just did the job and nothing more.
I have “NO & NO” written in the box from DOX (60D: Post personal information about online, in modern jargon), which is a textbook example of Scrabble-f*cking. Sensing (correctly) that padding is rather boring, the constructor decides to cram some Crooked Letters™ (eg X, J, Z, Q, K …) into the grid fields in the wrong capital to liven things up (you can see the three “X’s” in the grid, all inserted into the fields). KIX and GEN-X are fine; the latter ends up forcing some golfer I’ve never heard of (LEXI), but who cares, there’s always some golfer I’ve never heard of on the net (36D: L.P.G.A. star Thompson). My problem was with DOX. The first “NO” I typed in the box was for “No, this is an offensive phenomenon used to intimidate and harass whistleblowers, especially women, and your decorative ‘X’ is not worth thinking about *that* in *this* place.” My other NO was about the spelling of the word, which I’ve always seen with two X’s, but apparently DOX is an acceptable form too. I don’t like it, but I guess I’ll take it, begrudgingly. There was no to resent the word almost as much if it weren’t so obvious, a desperate Scrabble rant. If you needed an “X” to hold a really cool intersection of “X” or if your topic was related to “X ” then well, it’s a thing of the world, I can tolerate its presence, but only if it seems to support something bigger and more wonderful. Well, it doesn’t. So we have to consider online bullying … without good cause Pass.
After the early abundance of “?” clues, there wasn’t much else to slow me down. The clues weren’t always transparent, but I didn’t get stuck or even noticeably slow down at any point. I had to stop at the classic kealoa*, ABIT vs. ATAD (39D: Somewhat), but other than that fairly simple hurdle, no trouble spots. I’ll see you tomorrow.
*kealoa = a short, generic answer that you can’t just fill in quickly because two or more answers are viable, even with one or more letters in place. From the classic puzzle [Mauna ___] KEA/LOA. See also, e.g. [Stacks] ATON/ALOT, [“Git!”] “SHOO”/”SCAT,” etc. Crossword puzzles have been published in newspapers and other publications since 1873. They consist of a grid of squares where the player aims to write words both horizontally and vertically.
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