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WORD OF THE DAY: PETARD (40D: Help Breach Fort Walls) – A petard is a small bomb used to blow up gates and walls when breaching a fort. It is of French origin and dates back to the 16th century. A typical petard was a conical or rectangular metal device containing 5–6 pounds (2–3 kg) of gunpowder, with a slow match for the fuse. (Wikipedia)
Tanning Lotion Letters Daily Themed Crossword
This is very good. Just winners after winners. 10 times more flashy content than yesterday’s puzzle. Hard enough but not annoying, and just bursting with life and personality. Even a really dumb entry (LIBATE) made me literally laugh out loud. This is some weird old tammy stuff I could use! Interesting? Of course, interesting. I use it admirably. What I will say. That’s what I’ll say after I scream “Let’s be free!” And everyone just watches. “It means ‘drink’! It’s not a sex thing, I swear! I was so freaked out!,” I’d say. And then I will drink, because I need to. You can have a loopy word of love if the rest of your life is filled with things like megachurches and gay porn (bless you for finally putting these two crazy kids together, Mr. McCarty!) I Made a lot of small mistakes, but no big ones, and I never really got overwhelmed, so the fight was fun. I felt like the puzzle wanted me to have a good time. Some puzzles seem like they want you to suffer and then want to insult you for not knowing their evil genius. The best puzzles seem to put you through an obstacle course while being encouraged all the way and then reward you for your success like beer or cake whatever you like. For a dramatic change of metaphor: I really felt like I was upgraded to a parlor car today (man do I miss a romantic mid-20th century train ride that I’ve never experienced and probably only on Available in the movies! I live in a “parlor” town and we don’t have any train service – just carousels and spies. Put the spies in a puzzle!
Rex Parker Does The Nyt Crossword Puzzle: Pointy Leaved Desert Plants / Mon 5 24 21 / Roughly 71% Of The Earth’s Surface / Three Ingredient Lunchbox Staple Familiarly
The hardest answer for me was probably the bronzer palette (19A: Makeup kit for summer looks). I didn’t know makeup bronzer had anything to do with summer. I know “bronzer” as something that can darken your skin, tanning lotion, but then not wearing my makeup has taken me away from the fact that bronzer is a face makeup thing (which is a What’s for the summary view too? ). We’re not really makeup-wearing people, alas this family. And I can’t get from “CUT” to PALETTE easily. I would have gotten there sooner if I hadn’t imagined that it was *I*RA that filed for bankruptcy in 2021, or if I knew that AMAZONPAY was a thing (I only know Apple Pay and Google Pay .. Google has a “Payment”, right? Or am I confusing it with Google Play? Oh) (5D: E-Commerce Alternative to Square or Stripe). With the IRA in place, it really looked like the “summer look” would have something to do with BROILING. But I got around my makeup ignorance pretty easily. The grid is so fluid and interconnected that there really aren’t many places to stop. I just go to the center and then back up in the NE and work on the bronzer palette from there. After that, there is no serious prevention. Just fun.
I know them as “mom blogs”, not mom blogs, but the difference seems very slight (2D: some parenting websites). Also, I thought I knew them as “meat bags”, not meat bags, but Google pulls up some incredibly accurate test answers for “meat bags” so MEAT bags really do appear to be fat prefries (34D : humans, slang in sci-fi). Riaz Ahmed’s name lives in my head for reasons I don’t know. Why didn’t RIZ come up with a puzzle? This is clearly the part of the name that sounds too loud to include a network. I forgot that “name, image and likeness” is supposed to get paid for use with college athletes… well, those three things (abbreviated “NIL,” btw), but it came back quickly when I See the NCAA. There will be an answer (9A: The Organ at the Center of Modern “Name, Image and Likeness” Law). I had ‘TIS’ for poetic contraction (29A: ‘TIL) before NU METAL corrected me (saw a reference to this genre this week and didn’t think it would be a useful crossword). TROLL ARMY had a bit of a problem with the army part, and I thought FRAT BRO was a FRAT BOY at first (that’s what we call him…more brooding now, I guess). I’m so proud of myself to know that BOY turns into BRO right away, because the HALO signs are immediately visible (54A: the reason for the lightheadedness?), and then running the opnel (!) mecha and I want from there, Bam Bam Bam, 1-2-3. I actually had a big happy face drawn next to the grid, so I was pleased with myself. Hope you had similar self-esteem boosting moments, or at least an overall good time. see you tomorrow.
P.S. If you’re a crossword puzzle creator, you might be interested in the following message from Everden Mason, the games editor at the NYT:
We’re reviewing our crossword submission and editing process, and as part of that, we’re doing some research on the creators. If you are a developer, we would love to talk to you! Here’s the survey link if you want to help us improve the puzzles 😊https://t.co/ozmX2oI9lW — EverQueen Mason (@EverdeenMason) September 17, 2021 Today we celebrate an item that has been Different names depending on where you live. Around here we call it a sub sandwich but I know it’s also called a hoagie, grinder, poor boy, hero or what have you. I really like them but when I get one for my beautiful bride and I take it apart, I can only put black olive on my bottom.
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Today’s creator is our old Saturday friend Greg Johnson. I’m including that grid at the top of the post because two triple stack grid spinners look great to me! These new cells filled up very quickly and gave me a quick finish time when looking very familiar for this solver.
16. Enjoying a solitary walk in the woods: One with nature – I’ve never felt this more than in the redwoods of Oregon, some of which have been growing for thousands of years.
24. Farm Structure: PENS- My wife lived on a farm where the pig quarters were called PEN, never.
32. Bitter hoops move that often helps: NO LOOK PASS- Most common in basketball (hoops) but Patrick Mahomes uses it in football. 58. Super Bowl IV MVP Dawson: LEN – Not as spectacular as Patrick but on K.C. Started for the 1969 Super Bowl Champs. And was the MVP of that game.
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44. Ancient region of France: ALSATIA (old name of Alsace) – For more than 300 years, from the Thirty Years’ War to the Second World War, the political position of Alsace was a conflict between France and various German states. And diplomatic conferences were very strict.
46. SUMMER HIRE: TEMP- I have hired over 300 summer “TEMPS” to work in the corn fields for 23 years.
51. VEGAS HOTEL WITH OPERATING NAME: ARIA-I HAD A _ _ _ AND AIDA WAS NOT OPERATING TO FILLING NOR EXISTING AS A HOTEL
63. Scopes Trial Site: Dayton Tennessee- Like me, John Scopes was a substitute teacher and he wasn’t sure if he would even teach evolution but agreed to be a test case for the ACLU. He was tried by Nebraska’s most prominent politician, William Jennings Bryan, found guilty and fined $100 (which was later commuted to a technicality).
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3. Hawaii’s Coffee District: Kona – This part of the Big Island has many coffee growing areas that offer tours and tastings away from our friend Mauna Loa.
6. Barn __: OWL- A woman showed up from the raptor recovery program and told my kids, “A raptor can never be your friend!”
11. Guides with scales: MAPS – If you look carefully below you can see the scale showing how far it is from Xi’an where C.C. Born in Guangzhou where she worked before coming to America
22. PRE-MATCH MANAGEMENT DECISION: LINEUP- This 1961 lineup was powerful. Can you name the Yankees pictured here with the number of HRs they hit that year? (* Answer at end of post)
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23. Complex: KNOTTY- As Dr. Seuss, Theodor Geisel was also a political cartoonist as seen in this 1942 illustration.
35. “Hey” Assistant: SIRI- I can say this on my iPhone, “Hey, SIRI, what’s the name of a four-letter Japanese noodle?” He probably would