I mean, cold, but warm. Well, I’ve never heard of it. First, I couldn’t tell which longer answers were and weren’t theme answers. And, of course, there’s the fact that gemstones are, themselves faceted. It also just looks like the answers got lopped off. Answers by word length. This might be the first puzzle that I can remember that has no symmetry whatsoever. Those were both super-tough for me.

Thank you for visiting our website! They’re notoriously annoying to handle, grid-construction wise. If not for getting bogged down in the SE, I think we would have been under twenty on this thing – but still, it was a pretty smooth ride. I probably would’ve mean it patronizingly as a kid, but then I lived there for eight years. Their days are numbered is clued well. Valentine’s feeling , and what New Englander doesn’t enjoy thinking back on that recent contest?

Newer Posts Older Posts Home. This puzzle lost me fast. That is what I got. FridayJulian Lim. Otherwise, that strikes me not as cute but as desperate. Result was sadness and then doubt—I started pulling different little words, some of which were correct. I guess it’s used by motorcycle gangs, but is that really rebellion?

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Michael ShteymanWednesday. Probably not very likely. It also just looks like the answers got lopped off. Type in your clue and hit Search! Who says ” JUDO chop”?

Where a techie hooks up Do these still exist? She wouldn’t take an affront sitting down. Michael Shteyman Relative difficulty: You know, I’ve started to just ignore question marks, I think that finally broke it open for us. U-DINE sounds like some latter day automat.

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It’s sitting in a perfectly reworkable area. Nothing too terribly objectionable.

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Conceal Did laps in a pool Person creating verses Crimson and scarlet Choose, with ”for” Adolescents Make amends Tag inside a shirt Once-popular data storage device Twisting staircase shape. I opened the puzzle for the first time while seated at an outdoor table at a Brasserie in Paris, sipping a cold beer under a hot heat-lamp, waiting for Frannie to come back from her trip to the bookstores and bouquinistes of the Rive Gauche. Then I looked back at the NW and there it was: Galumphso I tried that.

Those were both super-tough for me. Like Lauren Bacall’s voice because, Lauren Bacall. I filled in about six things, at least three of which turned out to be wrong, then closed the iPad and people-watched for an hour. I like the concept, though it makes for an ugly grid, with those nonsensical themers.

A year of the world? Even if I liked that answer, and I don’t, too many of the crosses are dreary: Ones hanging around in med school?

Trickson the other hand, came very quickly, maybe because I had just been hoodwinked! Thank you for visiting our website! This might be the first puzzle that I can remember that has no symmetry whatsoever. If not for getting qd down in the SE, I think we would have been under twenty on this thing – but still, it was a pretty smooth ride.

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Posted by Horace Fawley at 6: My only issue with this puzzle is that the fill wasn’t more interesting—there’s not much great, marquee fill. It was one of those that I thought way too long about. You don’t see 14s very often. It just makes me think of the Third Reich. The answers are all phrases that contain the word “or,” and instead of including it, the choices branch out from the word before the “or.

Vaguely familiar, now that I look at it, but not in my knowledge base. As Grumpy Cat would certainly say, “No. Top-selling app of are all good. The down clues including the second part are all clued with a simple hyphen, crossworrd is a method we have seen numerous times before.

I did this puzzle in under 2: Not fantastic, but solid enough.

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It’s just flawed in ceossword maddening ways. Posted by Horace Fawley at 7: While we understand that ads are annoying, you should know that advertising-income is what pays for the awesome content we provide [for free to you].

Three-vowel word that sounds like a fourth vowel EAUand D.