I also like the dish but this calls for the food item.Wow...I'm really amazed at how many people have not heard of Carlo PONTI. There are 1 items available. ""Lothar" referred to their theremin (the eerie electronic instrument, first invented and used in the 1930s, heard on The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations").https://youtu.be/7gqnu__c8vk.
First Name. We do our best to have all the answers for Mandrake the Magician's sidekick. Books and objects have … There are related clues (shown below). Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. 'Twas a fun lil puz. Diana, the Lady. The only erasure was BEAT up before ON. For example, ICAL isn't great fill, but it's really *I*CAL, and the answer looks like just CAL in the grid, so it doesn't grate. Lothar and The Hand People: Psych/space rock/country band from the late 1960s, doing their song "Space Hymn. "Ballyhoo, JAMES... you KNAVE. Only three of these occurred: ATARI, IN BED and SRI. in the clue?OPERA ND- Aida in Fargo?GNORE ITRoomonsterDarrinV.

( hardest for me was Jaden with Dan). Crossword Answers (1)

Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. Had never heard of Carlo PONTI, and HADASIP seemed a reasonable way to "Sample the sauce", especially if "sauce" is referring to booze, so that gave me Caro POSTI (seemed possible). Words ending in I are cool. Except for MAZ, this puzzle was Tuesday-easy for me once I got the theme -- which I did with IONIA.

@MetroGnome - So I'm Christian Reformed? I got stuck on PONT(I)/TAKEANIP -- I had POST(I)/TAKEASIP... @Bruce:For the record, I don't mind if a puzzle uses a similar gimmick as another one, provided they're not done exactly the same way. There's the occasional TIT - but NENE's abound in cruciverbia. 2009-07-01 14:18:26 2009-07-01 14:18:26 .

A little easy for a Thursday, but amusing with some interesting definitions. That would have been neat. Agree with many that the "+I" gimmick, while easily discerned, has not been done this way before, at least not in recent memory. As @Z noted, this might be one of Rex’s nicer reviews of the constructor’s puzzles. Has a wryness to it that is rare in the NYT.-- Row 11 mash-up: GOTTILIED.

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I also like the dish but this calls for the food item.Wow...I'm really amazed at how many people have not heard of Carlo PONTI. There are 1 items available. ""Lothar" referred to their theremin (the eerie electronic instrument, first invented and used in the 1930s, heard on The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations").https://youtu.be/7gqnu__c8vk.
First Name. We do our best to have all the answers for Mandrake the Magician's sidekick. Books and objects have … There are related clues (shown below). Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. 'Twas a fun lil puz. Diana, the Lady. The only erasure was BEAT up before ON. For example, ICAL isn't great fill, but it's really *I*CAL, and the answer looks like just CAL in the grid, so it doesn't grate. Lothar and The Hand People: Psych/space rock/country band from the late 1960s, doing their song "Space Hymn. "Ballyhoo, JAMES... you KNAVE. Only three of these occurred: ATARI, IN BED and SRI. in the clue?OPERA ND- Aida in Fargo?GNORE ITRoomonsterDarrinV.

( hardest for me was Jaden with Dan). Crossword Answers (1)

Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. Had never heard of Carlo PONTI, and HADASIP seemed a reasonable way to "Sample the sauce", especially if "sauce" is referring to booze, so that gave me Caro POSTI (seemed possible). Words ending in I are cool. Except for MAZ, this puzzle was Tuesday-easy for me once I got the theme -- which I did with IONIA.

@MetroGnome - So I'm Christian Reformed? I got stuck on PONT(I)/TAKEANIP -- I had POST(I)/TAKEASIP... @Bruce:For the record, I don't mind if a puzzle uses a similar gimmick as another one, provided they're not done exactly the same way. There's the occasional TIT - but NENE's abound in cruciverbia. 2009-07-01 14:18:26 2009-07-01 14:18:26 .

A little easy for a Thursday, but amusing with some interesting definitions. That would have been neat. Agree with many that the "+I" gimmick, while easily discerned, has not been done this way before, at least not in recent memory. As @Z noted, this might be one of Rex’s nicer reviews of the constructor’s puzzles. Has a wryness to it that is rare in the NYT.-- Row 11 mash-up: GOTTILIED.

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Other than ADELPH, which could have been right for all I know, I got nothin' up top. Since I usually like a puzzle I have to fight with, thumbs up from here. Figured it was a rebus of some sort when neither Hofstra nor Adelphi fit at 1A. Have you not ever heard of a red hot CHILI pepper? Sign In or Register to post a help request or respond to an existing request. I'm not at all sure MAZ Kanata is crossworthy. And imagine the plight of the unfortunate Katrinas who live in Louisiana and the Gulf coast rather than New England. So here's my Westport Thursday!When we walked back into the room after completing our third puzzle, we saw the three easels with this grid hand-drawn onto the whiteboards. A couple of days ago, I was going through some box of “stuff,” long overdue to be sorted through (a sort of POEM that last phrase). Sign In or Register to post a help request or respond to an existing request. I always thought TOUT meant "praise. Yesterday - very few syndie posts. PONTI was brutal, because I had no clue who he was and HADA[S]IP is also a legitimate answer going down.

I also like the dish but this calls for the food item.Wow...I'm really amazed at how many people have not heard of Carlo PONTI. There are 1 items available. ""Lothar" referred to their theremin (the eerie electronic instrument, first invented and used in the 1930s, heard on The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations").https://youtu.be/7gqnu__c8vk.
First Name. We do our best to have all the answers for Mandrake the Magician's sidekick. Books and objects have … There are related clues (shown below). Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. 'Twas a fun lil puz. Diana, the Lady. The only erasure was BEAT up before ON. For example, ICAL isn't great fill, but it's really *I*CAL, and the answer looks like just CAL in the grid, so it doesn't grate. Lothar and The Hand People: Psych/space rock/country band from the late 1960s, doing their song "Space Hymn. "Ballyhoo, JAMES... you KNAVE. Only three of these occurred: ATARI, IN BED and SRI. in the clue?OPERA ND- Aida in Fargo?GNORE ITRoomonsterDarrinV.

( hardest for me was Jaden with Dan). Crossword Answers (1)

Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. Had never heard of Carlo PONTI, and HADASIP seemed a reasonable way to "Sample the sauce", especially if "sauce" is referring to booze, so that gave me Caro POSTI (seemed possible). Words ending in I are cool. Except for MAZ, this puzzle was Tuesday-easy for me once I got the theme -- which I did with IONIA.

@MetroGnome - So I'm Christian Reformed? I got stuck on PONT(I)/TAKEANIP -- I had POST(I)/TAKEASIP... @Bruce:For the record, I don't mind if a puzzle uses a similar gimmick as another one, provided they're not done exactly the same way. There's the occasional TIT - but NENE's abound in cruciverbia. 2009-07-01 14:18:26 2009-07-01 14:18:26 .

A little easy for a Thursday, but amusing with some interesting definitions. That would have been neat. Agree with many that the "+I" gimmick, while easily discerned, has not been done this way before, at least not in recent memory. As @Z noted, this might be one of Rex’s nicer reviews of the constructor’s puzzles. Has a wryness to it that is rare in the NYT.-- Row 11 mash-up: GOTTILIED.

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