Trident Shaped Letters Crossword Clue
Trident Shaped Letters Crossword Clue – Topic: HAs are removed from familiar phrases. I didn’t think it necessary to reveal it, but it is MUFFLED LAUGHTER (36a, [Suppressed horn and hint of 16-, 22-, 47- and 58-Verse]).
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Trident Shaped Letters Crossword Clue
Got a lot of squares with a little “YU” in them? Yes, but there’s something random about the placement here that feels good, but a little unsatisfying.
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It took me a while to sort through all the key phrases for this puzzle (at least I think I did. Let me know if I’m wrong). The answers to the topic are funny. I had to say them out loud to catch a couple.
I’m not sure if my trying to figure this out means my brain is stuck in low gear, or if it’s a heavy topic worthy of the Fireball title, or if it’s just really stretched puns. Once I got them, I enjoyed them all.
What I didn’t know before solving this puzzle: that the MALI empire was ruled by Mansa Musa.
Theme: Rhyme Time – Each theme answer is a rhyming phrase of the form “[X] and [rhymes with X]”
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Today’s topic is pretty simple – I had to go through the answers a few times to make sure I didn’t miss an extra layer anywhere. That being said, I love the answers Nate has chosen here! NAME AND SHAME and the MEET AND GREET clue definitely helped the retro theme feel fresh and modern.
I had so much fun solving this puzzle! I started smiling at COUNT ME and LET’S GO in the northwest corner of the puzzle and didn’t stop. My favorite clues today are probably 23D [Prefix for ‘god’ or ‘sexy’] for DEMI and the bonus rhyming in 20A [Bear’s Den] – DEN. The fill is generally incredibly smooth, and there aren’t many places to get caught on your own names.
Looking at the puzzle after solving it, it’s interesting to note how closed it is – put the black square in the U at the GLUED/SCUBA intersection and you have two completely different puzzles. Often, designers try to have multiple entries in each part of the puzzle so that the solver does not have to rely on a single answer to get a foothold in a new area of the grid. On the other hand, a puzzle that is more compartmentalized has fewer constraints on completion, which means the completion is often cleaner and more exciting. Doing crossword puzzles is all about trade-offs!
I once saw Eric Burdon and The Animals in concert. I would rank it in the top five worst concerts I have ever attended. I think it would be better if it had the backup range that is featured in this puzzle.
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THEME: Creatures whose names sound musical are reinterpreted as if they belonged to an orchestra… or a band. I don’t know which one.
Very cute visualization. I especially like the TURTLE TURTLE. I’m picturing him in sunglasses and a fedora clicking to jazz, despite the fact that 3/4 of the clues suggest they’re in some kind of orchestral arrangement. HUMINGBIRD, on the other hand, joins the concert with backing vocals that I don’t quite associate with an orchestra. Before that, I don’t really associate humming with backing vocals either, but whatever.
There are no complaints about filling. Wasn’t familiar with Buster POSEY. It’s an old name, but it’s actually only 34 years old. It’s interesting to learn. Also wouldn’t mind seeing Parker POSEY there.
They were all joined by the opener, 66a [“What can you enter when you get 17-, 21-, 33-, 46-, and 59-Across”]
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BEQ rates this as an average puzzle, and I think that’s a fair rating. Grid left of three letters to provide some support for longer ones. Also, once I had one of the thread answers, I had a much better idea of what those longer Across answers would look like.
I thought there were creative memory walls with throwbacks to Dr. DRE’s musical past in 50a [“Dr. whose career began in World Class Wrecking Cru”], SWIT in 9d [“M*A*S*H star”] and BESS in 39d [“Partner of Porgy”].
6d’s ETEA [“The Hometown of the Philosopher Zeno”], 12d’s SCURF [“Dandruff”] and 71a’s THEAS [“The Coliseum Athletes”] were the hardest for me today.
Either way, BEQ Puzzle brings a solid word game with a very fun theme. It starts with the classical composer BACH in 1d [“Juggler’s Prop”] intersecting with the silly reference in 1a [“Juggler’s Prop”] BALLS and this makes the puzzle even more interesting.
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The LA Times usually follows a “no puzzles” policy, but Grant Howell’s puzzle comes pretty close to it. In one direction you read the answer as “EYE” and in the other you read the regular letter I in four and a half answers: EASYONTHEIS, BIRDSIVIEW, APPLEOFMYI, SNAKEIS and one half of ANIFORANEYE, the opener.
This entry was posted in Daily Puzzles and tagged Brendan Emmett Quigley, Evelyn Rubin, Grant Howell, Max Carpenter, Nate Cardin, Kiara Vasquez, Ross Trudeau, William Eisenberg. Bookmark the permalink. “Jade” is actually the name of two different mineral rocks, both of which are used to make gemstones. The first is jade, a mineral with varying degrees of iron content, the more iron, the greener the color. The second is jadeite, pyroxene, rich in sodium and aluminum. Both jade minerals are not only used for gemstones, but can also be cut into decorative pieces.
Acme Corporation is a fictional company primarily used by Looney Tunes, and in the Looney Tunes empire, it appears primarily in the Road Runner cartoons. Wile E. Coyote is always getting new gear from Acme meant to finally take down the Road Runner, but that gear always brings him down.
An imam is a Muslim leader, and often the person in charge of a mosque and/or possibly a Muslim community.
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The phrase “tick for a tooth,” meaning some sort of retribution, has been around for a very long time, dating back to the mid-1500s. It may come from ‘tap tip’ meaning ‘blow for blow’.
Kristen Wiig is a comedic actress who appears on Saturday Night Live. She also appeared on the first season of Spike TV’s quirky show “The Joe Schmo Show,” playing “Dr. Pat.” Most recently, she co-wrote and starred in the hit 2011 film Bridesmaids and starred in the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters.
My Friend Flicka is an adaptation of Mary O’Hara’s 1943 children’s novel of the same name. The main role in the film was played by young Roddy McDowall. Flicka is a horse…
Captain Marvel is a superhero movie released in 2019. It was the first film in the Marvel film franchise to feature a female lead. The main character Carol Danvers (aka “Captain Marvel”) is played by Brie Larson.
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In Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Boo Radley is a reclusive neighbor who lives next to his children Jem and Scout. Children are both afraid of Boo and at the same time admire him.
The beautiful teal color takes its name from a duck called the teal, which has dark greenish-blue (teal) on its head and wings.
The Huns were a nomadic people who originated in Eastern Europe in the 4th century. Under the command of Attila the Hun, they created a single empire that stretched from modern Germany to the steppes of Central Asia. The entire Hun Empire collapsed a year after Attila’s death in 453 AD.
The prefix “icos-” is most often found in the word “icosahedron”, which describes a polyhedron with 20 faces in the form of an equilateral triangle. “Icosa-” comes from the Greek “eikosi” meaning “twenty”.
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Photosynthesis is a process used by plants (mostly) in which light energy is used to convert carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrate molecules. Fortunately for those of us who like to breathe, oxygen is released as a waste product of photosynthesis.
Amy Tan lives not too far from here in Sausalito, north of San Francisco. Tang is a Chinese-American writer whose most successful work is The Joy and Fortune Club. The Joy Luck Club was made into a movie produced by Oliver Stone in 1993. The novel and film follow four Chinese-American immigrant families in San Francisco who found the Joy Luck Club, a group that plays mahjong for money and eats delicious food. .
President Roosevelt was a major factor in establishing the National Polio Foundation. The Foundation’s most successful fundraising campaign was to encourage the public to simply send dimes to support the charity, so that even before the Foundation officially changed its name, the public was already calling it the March of Dimes. After President Roosevelt died in office, Congress passed a law requiring a new coin design featuring Roosevelt. The Roosevelt dime was introduced in 1946, the day the president turned 64.
I. M. Pei (full name: Ieoh Ming Pei) was an exceptional American architect born in China. Of the many Pei