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Gambling card game crossword afternoon party

Postby Nijora В» 16.09.2019

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Those are great. The rest is fine, with come clunkers here and there. Four-letter European rivers, long a staple of crossword puzzles, remain a confusing morass in my brain, lo these x many solving years later, so nailing EDER feels great, even though EDER is not what you'd call great fill.

In retrospect, I have seen this exact clue or something close to it before, but the only singer I wanted was Neil Young who didn't fit. Why did I want him? Young also has an album entitled "Rust Never Sleeps," but since I only just discovered that now, I don't think it had any influence on my initial wrongness.

But back to MONTE—I'm dubious about the clue, largely because the wikipedia entry has a big "[citation needed]" next to the "national card game of Mexico" bit which this puzzle just lifted verbatim. If you google "national card game of Mexico," the results aren't promising—mainly game apps and other sites all using identical language. NYT puzzle's own blog shows up on first page of results. I'm not saying clue's wrong. I'm just saying the immediately available sources aren't exactly resplendent with authority.

Anyway, in case you needed reminding, wikicluing is the worst. Trust, but verify. It's an odd spelling, I think. Do other words end -RASY? Save And Share :. Wow I am the first commenter! Fun puzzle overall. Brings back so many childhood memories, mostly of confusion. When did anyone ever have just one? One case, maybe, but one single beer? Not in my house.

Antlers are for wrestling, not banging. During the solve I never even considered it could be some other artist but post-Googling revealed that Judas Priest did it too.

I have a kalash on my house. I initially had the O. And I was so happy to remember the II. Bang for the buck? I blush for the Grey Lady. Great Saturday! Medium-tough for me. Some great clues, plenty of crunch, and a bit of zip Liked it a lot.

What a Sat. I recommend giving "Rust Never Sleeps" a listen. Definitely one of Neil's better albums. Wanted some form of doe for 3D cause, well, just look at that torrid NW.

Fairly straightforward cluing put this in the easier-but-fun category. Doesn't that mean a clarification, or objection? In fact, Firefox is agreeing with me by underlining the latter and not the former.

Congratulations L. What a nerver-wracking overtime. Or something like that, huge in Puerto Rico. What is that, folk music? And I use the term " music " loosely. To me it's just noise. How anyone can listen to that crap is beyond me. How am I supposed to know some folk artist from 40 years ago? Seriously now, difficult solve, couldn't see IRS for the longest time. Had TimEX??? Great entry. Liked it very much, even if it was a major struggle. Moly Shu: Fantastic. Meanwhile, how the hell am I supposed to know or care where some random opera premiered?

Move along. Nothing to see here. I was so far off this puzzle's wavelength, I was pretty much a flat line compared to its sine wave.

Didn't like the mess I made of this, either, but that part's all on me. The clue for TOSCA is a useful reminder of how few of the staples of the opera repertoire had their debuts in the 20th century.

Yet, when listing Puccini's dozen operas counting "Il Trittico" as three chronologically, "Tosca" is not even the median.

Another dramatic way to make the point: Most culturally literate Americans have heard Nessun dorma , the signature aria from Puccini's last opera "Turandot," and as discussed yesterday , Enrico Caruso is one of those tenors whose name is likely to come up in crossword puzzles 50 or years from now. Yet, Caruso never recorded "Nessun dorma. Carola - Correct? I will have to consult Herr Google. Easier than yesterdays, for me. Had to Google a tad to squish my toes in the door, but after that it all seemed to fall in place.

I also wanted sASH for wound around the boy. A whole GASH around ones body sounds awfully painful. Hey, it's Saturday and I finished, albeit with some cheating, but I'm pretty happy with the outcome. I'll do some major celebrating when I can finish a Saturday unaided.

GeorgeBarany : Because Caruso died before the premiere of Turandot. But then again, so did Puccini. Well done, Marguerite. Besides having the misfortune to die before "Turandot" was completed, Caruso was an eyewitness to the San Francisco earthquake, as documented here. Back to "Tosca," visit this site for some wonderful anecdotes about performances of this opera.

OK - here's the difference [for me] between yesterday's and today's [ahem] The cluing was sassy and fun. Some of these I got with just one letter which always makes me want to do a happy dance. The only let down was not seeing a rapper name. Thanks Alex for a Sat. Milford for a time there I thought maybe you had gone off to Pamplona to ready for the running of the bulls!

Glad you're back I wanted Lash for Gash. Not sure why "around the body" was in the clue. Overall, the puzzle was too tough for me, but lots of interesting tidbits like Oleaster, Boreal, and Cronkite. And Sojourn with the trip rather than the rest stop. Paul Dano -- the guy who took a vow of silence in "Little Miss Sunshine. Score another one for the Baby Boomers music mavens!

Joan Baez was a gimme and the whole NW then fell easily, another example of how YMMV in your solve depending on your life's experiences.

What I'll tell my doctor at my annual physical next week: "Not in MY endo. I thought it was from one of her early movies, but she claims it was to an escorting cop in the 30s. I was one silly vowel away from my first no-Google Saturday solve!

It was a fight, but I wrestled all but the southwest to the ground. I guess I browsed once or twice in the check-out line at those small soap magazines because DANO kept oozing forth from my ericakanezian brain.

I just couldn't believe that I actually knew her name. Sewing up my demise in the sw, I erased IRS to put in "Boston" for that historic venue crossing "Michelob" for the beer. Then I just stared at it all. Finially, I just gave up. Like others, I kept wanting "sash" but figured it was a noun and had nothing to do with "wound" as a noun.

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Postby Tera В» 16.09.2019

For years sponsored the nightly news with John Cameron Swaze sp? It's an odd spelling, I think. Crossword Solver - Crossword Clues, synonyms, http://hotcash.site/free-online-games/free-online-profile-games.php and definition of gambling caed.

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Postby Shagore В» 16.09.2019

Worked my way west to the beer and then went back to clean up the mess in the middle. What a Sat. Massachusetts comes in a distant second to Wisconsin. Posting late today, but a great puzzle. I had Conkout.

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Postby Nakinos В» 16.09.2019

Reverend's advice crossword clue. GeorgeBarany : Because Caruso died before the premiere of Turandot. Thickness, as of lumber crossword clue.

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Postby Tezil В» 16.09.2019

I thought it was from one of her early movies, but she claims it was to an escorting cop afteronon the 30s. Happy weekend. Thought so. DNF thanks to the SW. How old did I want the news bringer to be?

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Postby Taum В» 16.09.2019

You are a riot. The Miss Rhinegold contest! Post a Comment. The http://hotcash.site/gambling-cowboy/gambling-cowboy-makeup-designs.php was something like, "a buck well spent on a Spring Maid sheet" and it showed a young American Indian boy climbing out of a hammock made out of a sheet http://hotcash.site/gambling-movies/gambling-movies-stimulant-drugs.php which there is a pretty young Indian girl.

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Postby Gudal В» 16.09.2019

Save And Share :. I kept wanting to stretch Schlitz into that spot. Sorry, guys: it's "Swayze". Important project crossword clue.

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Postby Sabei В» 16.09.2019

Those quotation marks must mean Schaefer falsely? To me it's just noise. Previously, in verse crossword clue. But then again, so did Puccini.

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Postby Faujora В» 16.09.2019

Grew up listening to folk music, too--it was my more info favorite. Afternoon sleep crossword clue. Ray J Capitalization of part of a word is a signal that it is an answer or similar to an answer.

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Postby Galrajas В» 16.09.2019

ACAI Wouldn't you prefer some nice Maine cranberries? Happy weekend. It was clued as someplace the Boston Marathon runs through??? Cell occupant?

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Postby Voodoogal В» 16.09.2019

I hav So both wrong? Labels: Alex VratsanosSaturday.

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Postby Brara В» 16.09.2019

No specific gripes, just no zing for zfternoon Those quotation marks must party Schaefer falsely? I just found out that the premiere performance of Turandot included only Puccini's music, and the only the second continue reading presented the full opera gambling completed by Alfano. Card this particular page you will crossword the solution to Gambling mecca crossword clue. Wall Afternoon Big Board: Abbr.

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Postby Faecage В» 16.09.2019

I liked it, mostly. LA Times Done with Chinese gambling mecca? Would you like to be the first one? How old did I want the news bringer to be? Really held me up.

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Postby Dogal В» 16.09.2019

I finished, albeit with Googling songs carr movies clues. It fit nicely and there was actually a connection. A whole GASH around ones body sounds awfully painful. Overall, the puzzle was too loins gambling movies for me, but lots of interesting tidbits like Oleaster, Boreal, and Cronkite.

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