There are many short words that are much more common in crossword puzzles than in real life. Mastering these 3- and 4-letter „Repeater“ answers gives you a leg in the solution. Many types of logical errors (Hello, error defini!) are not at all suitable for a playful approach. The four chosen by the designer who use familiar things in them, and they in a literal way that also works as an example of the logical error in question, I think. The puzzle really needed a title, and perhaps a replacement for STRAW MAN FALLACY, so there could have been „mistakes“ in the title. Feels more like a higher education column type of crossword puzzle type of theme (but unfortunately! the column will be set his crossword puzzle next year) than a newspaper puzzle topic. The New York Times is one of the most read newspapers and it is one of the most popular crossword puzzles, but it is also very difficult, so sometimes a little help is needed… Every Sunday-Thursday NYT crossword puzzle has a theme, something that brings together the longest answers of the puzzle. Thematic answers are always found in symmetrical locations in the grid. Ready with a solemn crossword agreement? Go back to the other crossword puzzles for the New York Times crossword puzzle December 4, 2019. „What a beautiful subject!“ served me well in the solution.
The synonyms of „speed“ are found in the encircled letters, spread over two entrances, with an additional „bump“ in the middle. Finally, I`m not sure I`ve heard of a >CHEST<BUMP, even though I think I can visualize it. Luxardo Maraschino Cherries – the choice of craft cocktail addicts is very different from the usual maraschino. In a heavy sugar syrup, this is the only way to make cherry-vanilla ice cream. This riddle was a pleasure to solve. I see the subject when I solved it, but I thought it was well done once I finished. Really nice mix of unrelated things. I think it would have been a lot more fun to work without the circles, which gives the Solver an extra ambiguity and therefore a greater challenge. Perhaps that is what we could have done if this grid had sunk on a Thursday. But now I see that HASTE would have been hard to find, because its components are not long inputs.
Fave entries include DOG-EARS, SEA SALTS, GIRDLES, FREE SPACE, SQUAB, REPUBLIC and BUCKEYES (as a team entry). Hello! Thanks to back-to-back meetings, it`s going late, but better late than never. This week, Ben Tausig`s AVCX clicked well with my music-loving brain, although I understand why a simple remix was sent to make things clear. Here`s the revelation: so am I. (Okay, I first tried to fill „move the door posts“ before finding out it didn`t quite fit.) I have nothing against the first name of Elvis, which often appears in this spelling, even in puzzles. My favorite moment was [summer songs?] for DISCO, because some of the other brief clues were a bit themed, it was a fun fake. That`s true, but I love the story of Edgar Aron Poe, who throws a dollar of money over the Potomac. And that is the case.
The circles took most of the challenges of this as simple as it had to be. As it is, there is simply not much to get your attention. 3.25 stars. Welcome! On our website, you`ll find all of today`s answers at the New York Times Crossword. My hardest moments in the solution were the ELIE/PIC crossroads, as I have never heard of Lebanese fashion designer ELIE Saab and [Shot] is an ambiguous choice for PIC. Analyzing the other difficult entry for me was END-TO-END (included as [in a narrow row]). I needed every intersection before the light came on. The filling on the puzzle is fantastic – DEAD SET ON, CAN DO, WELL PUT and LOOK OUT were my personal favorites, but it was incredibly smooth everywhere and really a lot of fun. Thx, Rebecca, for the right exam! The original title was „Collusion.“ And of course, AHA MOMENT contains the ME needed for the final performance of „TAKE on ME“ in the grid.