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FLINT in the puzzle saddened me more, should I complain it was clued without reference to the water crisis?

She's a famous person, like her or not, eligible to be an answer in the times crossword. Just for interest, 85 Down.

And I promise I'm not based out of Kenya or I'm going to find out where you live.

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that sponsored the design competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Elba who played Macavity in 2019's "Cats", World No. My wife and I had fun figuring out the themers and chuckled at how they were clued.

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If Rex fires the first shot, then its game on! (6,8), Find the rest of today's cryptic crossword, and the ability to cheat, here.

This list is not intended to be exhaustive and does not, for example, include: Further entries may be be added during periodic updates. I don't see how "seep" is a good answer to "percolate."

The nightmare is finally over.

Relocating a bear is even more of a problem: "Not only is a bear large and heavy, it is also double-jointed and thus quite floppy," notes the report, adding that bears invariably try to return to their homes.

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I would love to be in a debate with those folks - no argument needed, I'd just mention "Trump" or "COULTER", sit back and watch them spontaneously combust.

Presumably Bush watched Kandahar in order to see a damning critique of the "evil-doers" in Afghanistan. But do agree that the clue for OBJECTIVE CASE is a tortured one.As for A.C., she's a despicable person who just wants to be in the limelight, but I don't think that her name in the grid signals the end of civilization.

Your personality, not your politics). She's such fun! I even paused it halfway through and split my solve over two days -- because I didn't want it to be over.My favorite theme answers: RELATIVE CLAUSES and SENTENCE STRUCTURE.I was typically disgusted but not surprised that @Rex hated it. Trouble is, they're not particularly enamoured of the US either.

What we're witnessing on this board today is the result of eight years of identity politics. Neat how CIDER is a misdirect on Apple products these days.

It is a much better way to act in an increasingly less civilized society.I detest what Ann Coulter advocates but the uncivilized manner in which she advocates it is what is bothersome to me.

Don't know if it's on the Net, but is in the Magazine. I seldom comment, but don't mean to imply I am any better for it, or for making this observation. No longer.Will always take this kind of puz rather than multi-letters per square. And how can you not like a puz with a SEXSCENE?Probs N and NW with lax for SFO and roo for EMU (and SFO is the one I've flown into and out of).

Von Braun said, "Ya, zat is becuase we only fill it half-way.

The Nazi's committed unspeakable crimes against humanity which Rex trivializes.

Maybe the constructor was telling us something after all. Your opinion on the issue is not a litmus test of whether you are a terrible person or not. I won't anymore.

I did today until I got to the inevitable personal attack.

Too much of that will take all the fun out of this blog.Hi @Loren -- all I'm saying is that slinger doesn't sound like slinner.

Every theme answer made me laugh, and being able to use the theme to suss answers - turns Slot Sunday into Funday.

The Redstone missile was an advanced V-2 and when the Navy had failures on the launch pad they came to Werner. But if you Google him you won't find a picture on page one of him with Hitler, you will find one of him with JFK however. OBJECTIVE is clearly a noun in this case.I had a boss who was superstitious about 666.

No doubt it's been a while since he's been to the "bone zone.". @kitshef Isn't OBJECTIVE clearly an adjective in this case?

We shouldn't normalize them.

The system can solve single or multiple word clues and can deal with many plurals. Every day the Guardian's foreign correspondents file exclusive reports for Guardian Unlimited. You think it would be bigger because you seem not to know what big is, in that you've never shown it about yourself here. Down to one night a week. in history from Cornell University. Oh, @Hartley (2:12 p.m.), how could you? Ann Coulter is a satirist, not a neo-nazi. EMAIL if you have problems with me.

First of, I thought the crossword was delightful.

Liked the corner comments -- OIL LAMPS, CIDER ST, the intriguing SCIFI SCISSOR (Look Ma, no Hands!

), and many others. I'm never surprised by him anymore.

See Mao, Idi, et al @anon8:40, I half disagree, it's not getting old, it's getting funnier.

Do a little research on Werner Von Braun. How about a "Man vs Wild" episode where Sharp is airdropped into rural Pennsylvania among the "deplorables", with only his cunning and snark as tools of survival. @Loren, I will plan my imaginary Rexworld dinner party carefully to insure you're at my end of the dining table, as far away as possible from Grammar Nazi's piercing gaze.

If only I'd gotten more love as a child, perhaps I could show some compassion. Drink next one next. Pretending she doesn't exist serves no one well, and at least she isn't clued as, for instance, a staunch supporter of the first amendment. So I will be the one to step forward and say: To the extent one gender is oppressing the other, its not women who should be complaining.

Make a difference.

Members of Amicus, the engineering union, will vote next week on whether to join the rail strike against South West Trains.

Nice try. Michael, thank you for speaking your mind.

Ann Coulter writing in her column on 21/12/05"When we were fighting communism, OK, they had mass murderers and gulags, but they were white men and they were sane.

The Trump hair comment apparently refers to "The Omen" where the Damien character is the Anti-Christ and has a 666 birthmark obscured in his hairline. Dog Fashion Get Exciting Fashion Stuff for Your DogsIf youre like several dog lovers out there, then youd probably want to shower all your love to your dogs.

And yet even this tradition is proving a bit murky this year, with few runaway favourites emerging from the pack. @ evil doug:C'mon Doug, I know that HEL is an actual airport abbreviation for Helsinki, but you were just kidding about the flight 666 on Friday, right?I'm not challenging you, but a clarification please? {1A Kind of kick} I wrote in SCISSORS for kicks and it was right! Instead we need to encourage constructors to think beyond trendy events and create puzzles that have lasting relevance.

All you just did was confirm for me what I already thought. Yeah. But the fact remains that the French electorate appears to be - at this stage, anyway - perfectly prepared to re-elect him. days, a centipede is the one tiny creature that can cause me to turn ashen and beg the nearest superhero to run for the shop vac. How can I find a solution for Temper Tantrum?

As in briefcase I suppose. Now it's everywhere. I just don't understand the meanness of such folk. with an all-female crew right?

(They don't have your thin skin and insatiable need to have the last word on every issue no matter how petty. ), PRESENT TENSE (89A: Like shoppers worrying about getting the right gift?

:-). For technical support for any game, you can contact the developer through the App Store and Google Play. A national poll of American critics named David Lynch's nightmarish Mulholland Drive the best film of 2001, while the nominations for the Independent Spirit Awards had LIE (a poignant portrait of an All-American paedophile) and Hedwig and the Angry Inch (a transsexual rock opera) out in front.

Also, her name crosses "TACKY", so y'all triggered types can maybe take solace in that?

The gnashing of teeth will be deafening!

Perhaps Coach would have been a better brand to use.

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In most manuscripts of the New Testament and in English translations of the Bible, the number of the beast is 666. Then maybe Rex will completely lose it, leave us aloe and start blogging about the puzzle in the Binghamton Picayune.

It is worth asking why this is. Go out and help people who are suffering. It's going to happen a lot for a while. Nerf product that might be used to bother a sibling, "The House at ___ Corner" (children's classic), Dish in which ingredients are cooked at the table, Cats with the unique ability to turn their ankle joints around. There is no one.

I think it IS the bigger thing to do.And I'm not sure what the evil love is here. Or have a salad decorated with nasturtium blossoms? Had one planted in my yard for a while, but sooner or later the artichokes got infested with bugs -- disgusting wormlike creatures. I find it incredibly offensive that the constructor's name was used in the NYT.

666 is widely known as "the sign of the devil.".

Far safer to stick with the annual Oscar run-up, as a swell of minor early ceremonies effectively anoints the favourites for Academy glory on March 24th. @Hartley- I sure don't miss "her."

I discovered this on a bike trip.Details are here.

Besides, the Russian peasantry didn't have much of a life to look forward to, did they?As you were.

@LMS. *Wickliff: English religious reformer John Wycliffe (mid-1320s-1384), a critic of the Catholic Church.

If I want to counter their ideas, I need to know what they are. She may be being sarcastic but, she is still nasty in tone and we really don't need or want any more of that. I look forward to the day "milo" is clued as "author Yiannopoulos." EN GARDE!RooMonster DarrinV.

We're neither teachers nor English majors, hence the themers were all in the grammar region as far as we were concerned - so we were happy.Thought the cluing was terrific throughout.

@NCA Pres.

@Z: Thank you for your time and effort in posting the words of that vile woman. It was definitely a shock when I saw it. On the other hand, I do respect Coulter and Maher for the courage of their convictions on certain subjects.As to your first post, I have tons of relatives living in different areas of Michigan.

I used it mostly in Latin class, but even teaching English grammar I have occasionally said, "The verb 'to be' takes the objective case." As a Huntsville, AL resident I can assure you Nazi is not the first thing that comes to mind.Wishing you some peace in your life,Kim. @Rex and other CASE OBJECTors, for your consideration: Surgical procedure that uses radiofrequencyv energy to destroy abnormal tissue = ABLATIVE CASEI know, I'm a face short of a nonahedron.PLUPERFECT CASE would work for going through the self-checkout with a crate of non-GMO clementines, but there we have a face too many.

Oh how true!That got me to thinking about the before and after photo comparisons between Hiroshima and Detroit.

That's not clever or cutting; it's just childish. You know how terribly, terribly fond I am of you and also how much respect I have for your considerable sleuthing abilities.

The Ann Coulter discussion reminds me of teaching a unit on Semiotics, the study of meaning, as part of a course on research methods in Communication.

EN (Enrolled Nurse); SEN (State Enrolled Nurse obsolescent); SRN (State Registered Nurse obsolescent); UR (an ancient Sumerian city, formerly on the Euphrates in what is now southern Iraq), bridge opponents: EN, ES, NE, NW, SE, SW, WN or WS (combinations of east, north, south and west), bridge partners: EW, NS, SN, WE (combinations of east, north, south and west), BASH; CON (Conservative); DO; LAB (Labour); LIB (Liberal); RAVE, UN (United Nations) or UNO (United Nations Organization), CERN (Conseil Europen pour la Recherche Nuclaire (French), European Organization for Nuclear Research); NPL (National Physical Laboratory), DJ (Disk Jockey); MC (Master of Ceremonies), ANNE; CAT (female cat); HM (Her Majesty); see also Elizabeth Queen, Victoria Queen and Victoria Queen and Empress, EP (extended play record); LP (long play record), AB (Able-Bodied seaman); OS (Ordinary Seaman); PO (Petty Officer); SALT; TAR, RS (Royal Society, a body of eminent scientists), RAF (Royal Air Force); RN (Royal Navy); TREE (a Eurasian tree), EWE; LAMB; RAM; TEG/TEGG (in second year); TUP (ram).

Only downside is that since Big Bev realized there is a market, they have been on a buying spree of the microbreweries, and it seems the first thing they do is add tons of sugar to the recipe.Since unpasteurized CIDER has been state-regulated away, it has gotten really hard to make your own, which used to be really easy.

@Kim - I keep hoping I won't get to where you are. Agree: CSIS is god-awful.

I was in the Philippines, at Subic Bay Naval Station, when Ferdinand Marcos was kicked out, in a bloodless coup, and CORAZON "___ Aquino, Time's Woman of the Year in 1986" took over. So I appreciated it even more. We had been enjoying your blogno moreDoug Wood, Col USAF Ret.

Keep 'em coming.

But then again, a guy just like that just got elected. (I'm not emailing you.

Hi Happy.

Write your Senators and Congress.

This is typical of the imbecility of the Left.Coulter may espouse views you find objectionable, even morally abhorrent.

Your email address will not be published.

So basically.

His name should appear as Joel Homosexualliano.

HAWK, KIWI, KNOT, LARK, MINA, MYNA, RAIL, RHEA, ROOK, RUFF, SKUA, SWAN, TERN & WREN; TIME (in prison / Cockney rhyming slang bird lime), ACTS (book in the New Testament); EDDA (Scandinavian book); NT (New Testament); OT (Old Testament); VEDA (Hindu scripture), BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation); RTE (Radio Telefis ireann); SKY, B (bishop); K (king); N (knight); P (pawn); Q (queen); R (rook), MATE (Cockney rhyming slang china plate); PAL, CE (Church of England); RC (Roman Catholic church), TO (as in he pulled the door to behind him), C (mathematical constant); G (gravitational constant); K (Boltzmann constant), I (symbol for electric current); AC (alternating current); DC (direct current), DC (Detective Constable); DI (Detective Inspector); DS (Detective Sergeant); PI (Private Investigator), RE (Royal Engineers); REME (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers), PE (Physical Exercise); PT (Physical Training), former partner / former husband / former wife, TATE (Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives), BA (Bachelor of Arts); BSC (Bachelor of Science); MA (Master of Arts), L (left) and/or R (right); E (East), N (North), S (South) and W (West) (bridge hands), A, J, K, Q (honours in bridge); CBE, CH, MBE, OBE (honours / awards), ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat, a specialized field of medicine), CAY, IONA; IOW (Isle of Wight); KEY, MAN (Isle of Man), NOH ( traditional Japanese masked drama with dance and song), A, B, C, D, E, F, G (musical keys); ALT, DEL(ete), ESC(ape), INS, TAB (computer keys), HM (His Majesty); LEAR (King Lear Shakespeare); see also Edward King, Edward King and Emperor, George King and George King and Emperor, L (from the L-plate carried by learner drivers), MET (the Met, Metropolitan Police Service), C (one hundred in roman numerals); D (five hundred in roman numerals); K (Kilo metric prefix for a thousand); L (fifty in roman numerals); M (one thousand in roman numerals), EM or EN (a unit of measurement equal to the width of the lower-case letter m or n in 12-point), NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), AA (Automobile Association); RAC (Royal Automobile Club), FT (Financial Times; RAG (low quality newspaper), A, B, C, D, E, F, G (notes of the diatonic scale); DO, DOH, FA, FAH, LA, LAH, ME, MI, RAY, RE, SI, SO, SOH, SOL, TE, TI, UT (notes of the scale in sol-fa notation); MEMO; PS (PostScript). IN BAD TASTE.

It would be the insane thing to do.


@NCA@I am a robot: Lots of people include an email address in their profiles.

@NCA President:It's all about who fires the first shot Pres, and the first shot usually comes from the left side of the board.

Also learned something new: about the YELLOWFLAG.

True, Kandahar's makers were no fans of the Taliban. Both divisive figures when we all need to come together and find common ground.

Goodbye, Rex.I've enjoyed your blog for many years and even contributed money, but I'm tired of the politics.

You are a super asshole to the people who create the crosswords -- everything is "boring," "lazy," "weak," "lame," offends your delicate political sensitivities, etc.

If you've got another answer, it would be kind of you to add it to our crossword dictionary. EMAIL if you have problems with me. You had ample opportunity to see what this "man" is made of.

Yeah, I'm with you on the percolate clue; I too thought it had to do with bubbling.

When PBS admits it, it's hard to deny.

Hate spewing Samantha Bee crushing it on TBS.

@Z has supplied several examples of why the term is apt. And it should.

We call it the Voldemort rule, and none of us has Harry Potte's balls to speak her name.

i know nothing of Ann Coulter I am not a defender of Ann Coulter.

Having them show up in puzzles doesn't give support their position. I could ahve done without RST, REC as clued, and I've only ever hear "of a SORT," but maybe those are the price of the fun theme.I'm very worried about what President Trump will do to America and will be joining the protest march Saturday; but I don't want my puzzles reduced to things I like.

So, it's a mixed up muddled up shook up world, I guess.

As for the ANN COULTER flap -- I despise everything about that smarmy, smug, coldhearted woman, but I don't mind seeing her in a crossword puzzle.

Hmmloved the idea of the puzzle, but Mr. Fagliano just had to work way too hard to make them phrases.

Nice bit of Coulter Counter.


Most people don't want the puzzle censored, be it for alt-right people alt-left people neo-nazis, whatever. If certain letters are known already, you can provide them in the form of a pattern: "CA????".

@Vincent Lima: My employee ID number is 13 666.

If you can find any examples of Mr. Trump demonstrating those qualities, bring it on.

:-) Cute in NW, CONFINE IN BOXES - What a puz does. Couldn't have said it better myself.

I'd similarly welcome Ta- Nehisi Coates and other left wing provocateurs. If you landed on this webpage, you definitely need some help with NYT Crossword game.

@Evil Doug - What Rex said was, "gratuitously shoving neo-Nazis and neo-Nazi sympathizers into the puzzle at every opportunity." Thank you, anti-glutenists.

FUTURE PERFECT and SENTENCE STRUCTURE elicited the loudest laughs. The film was released to rave reviews last November and George Bush requested a private screening at the White House. And note that Rex asks for no action.

I based my assessment on 1)her Google profile and 2) her writing style. Life can be challenging for the elites outside their bubbles.

Coulter is the author of 12 books many of which have been on the NYT best seller list, and have sold millions of copies. Time was, Hard CIDER was impossible to find this side of the Channel. Below you will be able to find the answer to Driver's org., no matter how you slice it? I'm guessing in the top five?

No, she's not nice, Z. Do you really think that a stupid or lazy person would go to the trouble of writing a crossword puzzle and submitting it to the New York Times to be played by tens of thousands of people?

"I think the government should be spying on all Arabs, engaging in torture as a televised spectator sport, dropping daisy cutters wantonly throughout the Middle East and sending liberals to Guantanamo." @Anonymous 2:24PMGood post, but I disagree with your characterization of A.C. as a satirist.

Good grief, people. I found myself shaking my head and smiling as one by one, the answers bloomed and my beautiful grid slowly filled from top to bottom. "Why, thou monkey," said a harpooneer to one of these lads, "we've been cruising now hard upon three years, and thou hast not raised a whale yet.

Some regular posters here find it virtually impossible to refrain from making a snarky comment whenever the slightest opportunity presents itself, especially if they can tie it to the puzzle!

And to his comments I would just add that she recently tweeted a widely known white supremacist slogan.Take issue with the term "neo-Nazi," by all means, but the term does exist and Rex did use it correctly in this case.And the puzzle? Hey All !101 comments as I start mine. Please don't take their reticence to mean that you're right or braver or a better man or a bigger person.I don't post a profile so essentially I'm anonymous, but then I don't keep asking people for their email addresses.Thumbs up @Evil.

If I remember correctly, President Trump was extremely gracious and kind on election eve.

I hope that day never comes.Hey @Spacey, you neglected to say that Adam Hadwin is a Canadian (puffs chest out with pride), born in my home province of Saskatchewan (more puffing).Really nice Sunday. Only last week, evidence began to emerge suggesting that while he was prime minister in the late 1980s, he okayed the payment of a sizeable ransom for hostages held by Lebanese militia groups, apparently in hope that their timely release might sway voters in the 1988 presidential election he eventually lost to Franois Mitterrand. From yesterday's late comments, I enjoyed @Leapfinger's addition of "harbinger" to the slinger/finger discussion, and hope @LMS is enjoying her "ginger" fizz.I sent my contribution to @Rex earlier this week. And as someone whose Swiss ancestors were held up in Liverpool, waiting for their transport to the US to take them away from famine and death (1860 or so), for three months because of rampant illness on board, I felt a pang as YELLOWFLAG took shape.

I ROFL at SENTENCESTRUCTURE! If everyone is a Nazi, then no one is. Glad I can revisit this now in your article.VOILA!!

So, don't feed the troll by reacting!

Think about that. You didn't disappoint me.

So I got that nice little snugly reminder of the best time of my life. But these naysayers are the same people who jump on any mention of someone like Ann Coulter or others who bark very loudly in the Trumposphere. Damage to cars hitting deer amounted to USD1bn alone.

But I am glad I stopped by.

Rex, you're smart but you're boring because you hate everything. Evil is boarding A T38 trainer in his icon photo.

I'm none too happy about how the election went either.

First of all, it's sarcasm, at least I hope. Ayn Rand comes to mind.

Because so far there's been a lot of schoolyard taunts and not much else.

It's refreshing to see that Rex and his puppets are being challenged for their intolerance and hypocrisy, and won't be "normalized". (looks like they're about done).

But every once in a while, when someone makes a political point in a really clever and amusing way, I can overlook both. I Wiki'd WvB, and discovered his mother was descended from Valdemar I of Denmark.

All intellectual property rights in and to the Crosswords are owned by Los Angeles Times, including copyrighted images and trademarks.

Has anyone here ever taken up @nca president on his offer to email?

It. The off-screen tale of how David Belfield became Hassan Tantai is a story possibly more fascinating than the film itself.

@ Martn Abresch:I just knew you'd ralph in your corn flakes Martin.

Plus, your comment reminded me of the Simpsons Halloween episodes which my family watches together - all of them, every October. Columnus by 2008. It's not that they're cowards, it's just not a safe thing to do on the internet.

What does bother me is personal attacks on other commenters.

@zaustrich, 666. So is Conan, imho.

I'm a big fan of Samantha Bee's. Refine the search results by specifying the number of letters. Names are words, puzzles are about words.Any other interpretation for the content of this timeless pastime, is pointless.

), OBJECTIVE CASE (113A: The Prada that one really wants?

Whew, you biked that? As near as I can ascertain, none have a professional degree, and they have one best selling book between them.Just Sayin! Applying racial / religious constraints on whether or not you're fit or to be an American is nazi-ism, plain and simple.

Give some edge to the staid New York Times and rattle the prudes. As for sentence structure, a bit of a reach, but not so bad.Rex's comment on 77D was offensive.

I noticed because the trick works only on the plural. But really, let's keep talking about the left "firing the first shot," or "being divisive."

The less she is portrayed as anything other, in any forum or context, the better. Most Latin abbreviations (page of Latin words and abbreviations coming soon), IVR codes such as CH for Switzerland or E for Spain (see, musical terms such as P for quiet/soft or F for loud (see.

But I read him, I read the various loons who pipe in here, so I contribute here.

Crossword Clue, Ran With Del Boy, Perhaps, Almost Getting Diamonds Crossword Clue, Captivating Orator To Read Out Letters, Having File Of Documents Crossword Clue, Really Disappointed In Ugly Car Parks At Oasis (2,4,2,1,6) Crossword Clue, Big Trouble, Idiomatically Crossword Clue, Youre Oversharing! In A Text Crossword Clue, Former Yankee Slugger, Familiarly Crossword Clue. Think about who a political moderate would ban from the puzzle. The themers were great, SENTENCE STRUCTURE being my favourite.

Perhaps they were; or perhaps there might have been shoals of them in the far horizon; but lulled into such an opium-like listlessness of vacant, unconscious reverie is this absent-minded youth by the blending cadence of waves with thoughts, that at last he loses his identity; takes the mysticocean at his feet for the visible image of that deep, blue, bottomless soul, pervading mankind and nature; and every strange, half-seen, gliding, beautiful thing that eludes him; every dimly-discovered, uprising fin of some undiscernible form, seems to him the embodiment of those elusive thoughts that only people the soul by continually flitting through it.

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