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0401-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 1 Apr 12, Sunday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Patrick Merrell
THEME: Of Course! … all of the theme clues are “punny” golfing references:
22A. Golf club repositioning? : CHANGE OF ADDRESS
40A. Hole in one? : STROKE OF LUCK
49A. Comment after hitting a tee shot out of bounds? : BYE BYE BIRDIE
69A. Wedge shot from a worn-out practice range platform? : A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK
90A. Use one club for all 18 holes? : PUTTER A ROUND (from “putter around”)
101A. Course not listed in the guidebooks? : MISSING LINKS
122A. Woods stowed in the rear of a golf cart? : BACKSEAT DRIVERS
14D. Duffer's shots? : FORE PLAY (from “foreplay”)
88D. Club thrown in disgust? : CAST IRON
COMPLETION TIME: 22m 12s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0331-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 31 Mar 12, Saturday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Scott Atkinson
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 42m 15s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0330-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 30 Mar 12, Friday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Joe Krozel
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 39m 06s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0329-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 29 Mar 12, Thursday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Milo Beckman
THEME: "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman" … the center of the grid contains the notes of the French folk song, "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman" (although the puzzle doesn't name the tune). The grid also contains two version of words sung to the same tune, one set of words from “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, and one from “The Alphabet Song”:
16A. Words sung to the beginning of 41-/39-Across : TWINKLE TWINKLE
39A. See 41-Across : FA FA MI MI RE RE DO
41A. With 39-Across, a familiar tune : DO DO SOL SOL LA LA SOL
66A. Words sung to the beginning of 41-/39-Across : NOW I KNOW MY ABCS
COMPLETION TIME: 28m 20s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0328-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 28 Mar 12, Wednesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Joe DiPietro
THEME: Something of Someone … each of the theme answers is a common term in the format “something of something”. The last word in each term can also be interpreted as someone’s given name, and that’s how each themed clue reads:
18A. Man's labor? : WORK OF “ART”
23A. Woman's flippant remark? : CRACK OF “DAWN”
37A. Woman's journalism? : ARTICLES OF “FAITH”
53A. Woman's package? : BUNDLE OF “JOY”
59A. Man's plank? : BOARD OF “ED”
COMPLETION TIME: 9m 41s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0327-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 27 Mar 12, Tuesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Todd McClary
THEME: FEATHER ONE’S NEST … the circled letters in the grid form pairs of words, the first being a bird and the second a word meaning “feather”:
- ROBIN PLUME
- LOON DOWN
- HERON QUILL
COMPLETION TIME: 12m 18s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0326-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 26 Mar 12, Monday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Roy Fontenot
THEME: MOVING VAN … the theme answers all contain the letters VAN, and those letters move progressively from left to right in each of the successive answers:
7A. With 58-Down, vehicle for people on the go? ... or a hint to five strategically placed answers in this puzzle : MOVING
58D. See 7-Across : VAN
13A. Alternative to chocolate : (VAN)ILLA
21A. Sir Walter Scott novel : I(VAN)HOE
36A. Native of Cuba's capital : HA(VAN)AN
49A. State of bliss : NIR(VAN)A
61A. Desert procession : CARA(VAN)
COMPLETION TIME: 05m 55s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0325-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 25 Mar 12, Sunday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Patrick Berry
THEME: Two-For-One Special … the theme answers are made up of two related words. The first word is transformed into the second by taking a letter that appears twice in the first word and replacing it with a letter that appears once in the same word, (“two-for-one”):
23A. Ordeal that's no big deal? : TRIVIAL TRAVAIL (I replaces A)
27A. Large cloth sign with nothing on it? : BARREN BANNER (R replaces N)
29A. Toy hammer? : MATTEL MALLET (T replaces L)
50A. Soft yet easily breakable "Star Trek" creature? : BRITTLE TRIBBLE (T replaces B)
66A. Hemispherical computer add-on? : DOMED MODEM (D replaces M)
68A. "Ride 'em, cowboy!," e.g.? : RODEO ORDER (O replaces R)
79A. Big house that's not as big? : SMALLER SLAMMER (L replaces M)
99A. Goddess of gas? : ETHANE ATHENA (E replaces A)
102A. Get part of one's shirt under control? : CORRAL COLLAR (R replaces L)
108A. What the Gorgon Stheno does in Greek myth? : PURSUES PERSEUS (U replaces E)
COMPLETION TIME: 23m 38s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0324-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 24 Mar 12, Saturday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Barry C. Silk
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 20m 01s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0323-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 23 Mar 12, Friday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Steven Riley
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 15m 47s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0322-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 22 Mar 12, Thursday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Alan Arbesfeld
THEME: STEAKS & BREAKS … there are two pairs of “punny” theme answers, with each pair containing homophones as the second part of the answer:
19A. Entrees for one of Dion's backup singers? : BELMONT STEAKS (homophone of “Belmont Stakes”)
30A. Discounts at garages? : PARKING BREAKS (homophone of “parking brakes”)
36A. Severely reduced wagers? : CHOPPED STAKES (homophone of “chopped steaks”)
52A. What mechanics may do as part of a tuneup? : SERVICE BRAKES (homophone of “service breaks”)
COMPLETION TIME: 16m 39s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0321-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 21 Mar 12, Wednesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Peter A. Collins & Joe Krozel
THEME: ARETHA FRANKLIN … the theme answers today all relate to THE QUEEN OF SOUL:
30A. Nickname for 42-Across : THE QUEEN OF SOUL
42A. Singer born March 25, 1942 : ARETHA FRANKLIN
5D. 1968 hit for 42-Across : THINK
16D. 1967 hit for 42-Across : CHAIN OF FOOLS
43D. 1967 hit for 42-Across : RESPECT
52D. With 10-Down, 1967 hit for 42-Across : BABY I
10D. See 52-Down : LOVE YOU
COMPLETION TIME: 17m 04s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0320-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 20 Mar 12, Tuesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Will Nediger
THEME: Finger Painting, Printing and Pointing … we have three themed clues today, finger painting, printing and pointing:
20A. One who engages in finger painting : KINDERGARTENER
37A. One who engages in fingerprinting : CRIME LAB ANALYST
53A. One who engages in finger-pointing : POLICE INFORMER
COMPLETION TIME: 8m 48s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0319-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 19 Mar 12, Monday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Jeremy Horwitz
THEME: THE GODFATHER … each of the theme answers relates to “The Godfather” movies:
20A. Academy Award winner for playing 46-Across : ROBERT DE NIRO
26A. Academy Award winner for playing 46-Across : MARLON BRANDO
46A. Academy Award-winning role for both 20- and 26-Across : VITO CORLEONE
53A. Academy Award-winning film released in March 1972 : THE GODFATHER
COMPLETION TIME: 5m 24s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0318-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 18 Mar 12, Sunday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Mike Nothnagel & Byron Walden
THEME: Rear-End Collisions … This is a rebus puzzle, with theme answers comprised of two words. The first word is a synonym of "compress", and the last/rear word is written pairs of letters “colliding” together in the same square:
15A. Burro, e.g. : PACK ANIMAL
26A. When the pressure's on : CRUNCH TIME
45A. Big media event : PRESS CONFERENCE
53A. Widely popular shows, say : CROWD PLEASERS
55A. Bunting is part of it : SQUEEZE PLAY
71A. Some morning fund-raisers : PANCAKE BREAKFASTS
86A. Late rallies : CLUTCH PERFORMANCES
99A. Car safety feature : CRUMPLE ZONE
101A. Data storage device : COMPACT DISC
111A. Mexican cooking ingredients called "flores de calabaza" in Spanish : SQUASH BLOSSOMS
135A. Diamond substitute : PINCH RUNNER
142A. Occasions to try out riffs : JAM SESSIONS
COMPLETION TIME: 67m 12s! (pretty slow for me, but it is St. Paddy’s Day evening, if you know what I mean!)
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0317-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 17 Mar 12, Saturday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: David Quarfoot
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 55m 58s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0316-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 16 Mar 12, Friday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Joel Fagliano
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 21m 00s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0315-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 15 Mar 12, Thursday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Kristian House
THEME: Leprechauns … each of the theme answers is a well-known term with “of” in the middle. The clue refers to the same term, but with “of” becoming a leprechaun’s O’ and the F joining the second word:
20A. Impatient leprechaun's concern on an airplane? : SPEED O’ FLIGHT (speed of light)
31A. Degree for a leprechaun who's an expert at finding imperfections? : MASTER O’ FLAWS (Master of Laws)
39A. Leprechaun's book detailing the truth about flounders? : GOSPEL O’ FLUKE (Gospel of Luke)
50A. Scary legislation introduced by a leprechaun? : BILL O’ FRIGHTS (Bill of Rights)
COMPLETION TIME: 30m 41s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0314-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 14 Mar 12, Wednesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Dave Sarpola
THEME: PI DAY … the theme answers all start with a number (and one “point”) and, when combined, these numbers give an approximation to the celebrated mathematical constant denoted by the Greek letter PI:
18A. Like some sloths : THREE-TOED
25A. Bookie's concern : POINT SPREAD
44A. Most stand-up comedy acts : ONE-MAN SHOWS
57A. 1863 speech opener : FOUR SCORE
65A. Mid-March celebration ... or a hint to the starts of 18-, 25-, 44- and 57-Across : PI DAY
COMPLETION TIME: 11m 24s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0313-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 13 Mar 12, Tuesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Jeff Chen
THEME: DEAD ENDS … all of the theme answers are composed of two words, each of which can follow the word DEAD to make well known terms:
20A. *"Everyone off!" : LAST STOP (dead last & dead stop)
22A. *Exactly right : SPOT ON (dead spot & dead on)
28A. *Often-restricted zone : AIRSPACE (dead air & dead space)
37A. *Bag remover, of a sort : EYELIFT (dead eye & dead lift)
39A. *Jumper alternative : SET SHOT (dead set & dead shot)
46A. *Wrestling move : HEADLOCK (dead head & dead lock)
53A. *Deckhand, e.g. : SEAMAN (Dead Sea & dead man)
57A. Unfruitful paths ... or a description of both words in the answers to the seven starred clues? : DEAD ENDS
COMPLETION TIME: 9m 25s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0312-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 12 Mar 12, Monday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Lynn Lempel
THEME: Working with Material People … each of the theme answers is a worked material, with the material also being a celebrity’s family name:
18A. Had a big influence on Philip's music? : MOLDED GLASS (from Philip Glass)
29A. Harshly criticized Danielle's novels? : HAMMERED STEEL (from Danielle Steel)
49A. Scared the daylights out of Elijah in "The Lord of the Rings"? : PETRIFIED WOOD (from Elijah Wood)
63A. Trounced Chris in a comedy competition? : CRUSHED ROCK (from Chris Rock)
COMPLETION TIME: 5m 34s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0311-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 11 Mar 12, Sunday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Vic Fleming & John Dunn
THEME: 100 Years Ago … all of the theme answers relate to the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912:
63A. Theme of this puzzle : TITANIC
27A. American millionaire lost with the 63-Across : JOHN JACOB ASTOR
33A. With 88-Across, 1960 musical partly about the 63-Across, with "The" : UNSINKABLE
88A. See 33-Across : MOLLY BROWN
96A. What the 63-Across crossed to begin her 88-/13-Down : ENGLISH CHANNEL
3D. 2003 James Cameron documentary about the 63-Across : GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS
5D. 63-Across's destination on her 88-/13-Down : NEW YORK CITY
38D. 1955 Walter Lord book about the 63-Across : A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
65D. Where the 63-Across's 88-/13-Down began : SOUTHAMPTON
88D. With 13-Down, disastrous event for the 63-Across : MAIDEN
13D. See 88-Down : VOYAGE
COMPLETION TIME: 20m 50s!!
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0310-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 10 Mar 12, Saturday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Patrick Berry
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 14m 21s!!
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0309-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 9 Mar 12, Friday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Tim Croce
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 24m 25s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 2 … VOILES (toiles), VALLI (Talli)

0308-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 8 Mar 12, Thursday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Bill Thompson
THEME: BROKEN PROMISE … each of the theme answers is another word for PROMISE, but that word is BROKEN, with the first letter at the head of the answer and the remainder at the end:
17A. "Hee Haw," for one : V(ARIETY SH)OW … broken vow
24A. Noted Irish crystal : W(ATERF)ORD … broken word
34A. Moral lapse that is reflected literally by the answers at 17-, 24-, 46- and 54-Across : BROKEN PROMISE
46A. Physician with a D.O. degree : O(STEOP)ATH … broken oath
54A. "When a Man Loves a Woman" singer : P(ERCY S)LEDGE … broken pledge
COMPLETION TIME: 10m 22s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0307-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 7 Mar 12, Wednesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Elizabeth C. Gorski
THEME: MEET ME ON THE CONGA LINE … there’s a line of circled letters snaking through the grid that spells out MEET ME IN THE CONGA LINE, and a couple of themed answers refer to the conga:
39A. Classic Xavier Cugat song ... or a hint to the invitation in the circled letters : ONE, TWO, THREE, KICK
61A. Snaking, like the arrangement of circled letters in this puzzle : SERPENTINE
COMPLETION TIME: 11m 56s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0306-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 6 Mar 12, Tuesday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Wesley Johnson
THEME: So What? … each of the theme answers is a different way of expressing a lack of concern, a disowning of a problem:
17A. "So what?!" : DOESN’T CONCERN ME
27A. "So what?!" : COULDN’T CARE LESS
49A. "So what?!" : IT’S NOT MY PROBLEM
65A. "So what?!" : NO SKIN OFF MY BACK
COMPLETION TIME: 7m 39s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0305-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 5 Mar 12, Monday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Mike Nothnagel
THEME: HIDE AND SEEK … the circled letters in the themed answers spell out a hidden message, words spoken during a game of hide and seek, “Ready or not, here I come”:
17A. Hirsute carnival attraction : BEARDED LADY
24A. Trying to make sense of : SORTING OUT
37A. Hit HBO series set in Baltimore : THE WIRE
51A. Eleventh hour : NICK OF TIME
62A. Children's game hinted at by the circled letters : HIDE AND SEEK
COMPLETION TIME: 8m 35s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0304-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 4 Mar 12, Sunday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: David J. Kahn
THEME: Love Story … today’s theme answers provide us with a funny story, albeit an old one:
23. An elderly woman was having dinner with her husband and was ... : SIPPING ON A GLASS OF WINE
38A. She said "After all these years ..." : I’M STILL CRAZY ABOUT YOU
51A. Then she remarked "..." : I CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT YOU
78A. Her husband asked "...?" : DO YOU REALLY MEAN THAT?
95A. Then he asked "Or ...?" : IS THAT THE WINE TALKING?
109A. The woman replied "..." : IT’S ME TALKING TO THE WINE
COMPLETION TIME: 30m 33s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0303-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 3 Mar 12, Saturday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Byron Walden
THEME: None
COMPLETION TIME: 56m 18s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0302-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 2 Mar 12, Friday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Scott Atkinson
THEME: NON-CONTIGUOUSLY … the black squares in the grid are laid out non-contiguously, meaning that no black square touches another:
63A. How this puzzle's black squares are arranged : NON-CONTIGUOUSLY
COMPLETION TIME: 15m 44s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

0301-12: New York Times Crossword Answers 1 Mar 12, Thursday



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CROSSWORD SETTER: Steven E. Atwood
THEME: AFFIX onto Word Stems … each of the theme answers is combination of two words, with the word stem overlapping. The first part of the clue indicates a prefix with the word stem, and the second the word stem with a suffix. The result is an invented portmanteau word:
1A. Add-on to the start or end of a word stem (as in 17-, 25-, 35-, 49- and 57-Across) : AFFIX
17A. Unnecessary words cluttering wise sayings? : PRO(VERB)IAGE
25A. Threat in "Armageddon"? : DIS(ASTER)OID
35A. Good place for a picnic? : RE(PAST)URE
49A. Like a tenacious sibling? : PER(SIST)ERLY
57A. "We've taken the city, but can we defend it?"? : CON(QUEST)ION
COMPLETION TIME: 19m 23s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 3 … PHOEBES (thoebes!), SAO (Cao!), APPEASE (at peace).

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