Thursday puzzle – As soon as I looked at it, I knew I wasn’t in a riddle on a typical Thursday. I’ll save my full thoughts on the topic below, but I know I really enjoyed it. Run first Dan Cabrera puzzle Wednesday 31 July 2019and today is his second appearance in the New York Times Crossword. I had so much fun with today’s puzzles that I went back and solved his first puzzle, which I missed when he first ran. In today’s puzzle, some of the highlights for me were 16-Across (a great debut!), 35-Across, 6-Down, 32-Down (another great debut), and 43-Down.
While filling this grid, a few of my other favorite unusual Thursday puzzles were reminded of them. Here is a selection of three of my favorite things to solve once this is done: July 1, 2021By Joe Denny; May 20 2021by Trenton Charlesson; And the January 9, 2020Written by Alex Eaton Saliners. With this list, I issue a reminder: any day, you may encounter a new favorite puzzle. I hope you enjoyed solving this as much as I did.
15 a. Finsteraarhorn is a mountain in the Alps. For some reason, my brain couldn’t decipher if it was the name of an album (A LP) or a person (AL P). just a mount.
23 a. The ophicleide is mostly an ancient type of instrument that was supposed to cover the lower bands of the brass section of an orchestra. It sounds like a hybrid between a horn and a bassoon. By the end of the 19th century, most orchestras were using the more skilled TUBA ensemble for this role. You can hear some of the ophicleide’s music in the video below.
52 a. Eric Andre He is an American comedian best known for his surreal sense of humor as seen on “The Eric Andre Show”. He also plays Dear, a hyena, in the remake of “The Lion King.”
54 a. “Big Cutter?” In this manual, there is AX, as in a logger, not a large person or animal.
60 a. Suzuki makes a wide variety of products, such as cars, motorcycles, wheelchairs, and outboard motors. In this case, the answer is the Automated Transport Vehicle (ATV).
8 d. “the mouth?” In this guide you are looking for ORAL, not for someone who talks too much.
21 d. I initially filled out the PILATES here, but the answer here is TOE TAPS. You may have been affected, but unconsciously, before This article About the battle for the legacy of Joseph Pilates, who created the exercise program.
Mr. Cabrera’s riddle gives us four objective answers revealed. It might seem complicated at first glance, but once I got going, I found it to be very smooth and fun. Before I could complete anything, I figured the puzzle was the subject of the spreadsheet. I used to play Eve Online, a game where players are known for their massive use of spreadsheets, so please understand that this idea is very sexy to me. In fact, the topic is more than a scavenger hunt.
The rows of this puzzle are numbered (from 1 to 15), and a letter (from a to n) is assigned to their columns. In each topic answer, the circled letters represent the coordinates of a particular square in the grid. In 16-Across, we have STUNTWOMAN, and directs us to square N2, which contains the letter P.
Therefore, each answer subject indicates a letter explaining the detector. You can click or tap below to see what it is and also to get more information on the topic.
Hello all! I am happy to have the second puzzle in The Times. The first puzzle It was published in 2019, and after three years, I am happy to be back!
So, I feel as though this puzzle will divide the analysts into two groups: people who like the odd trick every now and then, and people who don’t. Personally, I think the tricks are great.
Thanks, as always, to all the people at NYT Crossword for all their hard work, and for taking the opportunity on this topic of thinking outside the box.
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