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NYTimes Wordplay 5h
Replying to @NYT_Crossword
Why not both?
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NYTimes Wordplay 5h
Replying to @SusanElizabeth @hels
Winner.
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NYTimes Wordplay 7h
CORRECTION: In a glaring omission, I left out my solving partner in crime, who is also made of generously buttered noodles, sprinkled with just a quarter cup of parsley for color and freshness, which are the perfect blank canvas for practically any stew or braise.
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NYTimes Wordplay 7h
Tomorrow's , if it happens -- all of our producers have the same cold -- will consist of generously buttered noodles, sprinkled with just a quarter cup of parsley for color and freshness, which are the perfect blank canvas for practically any stew or braise.
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NYTimes Wordplay 7h
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NYTimes Wordplay 7h
This is the most wholesome thread I have ever been a part of.
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NYTimes Wordplay 8h
EYEPAL (n) One eye, to the other.
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NYTimes Wordplay 11h
Replying to @sarasneeze @joonpahk
I know. But I have to follow the Stylebook :)
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NYTimes Wordplay 11h
Replying to @dmurchie @thegridkid
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NYTimes Wordplay 16h
Replying to @ActSysTraining @bkbkbk
A gentle aside to : That’s not the actual answer.
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NYTimes Wordplay 16h
This month’s constructor spotlight shines on . Jooooooooooon!
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NYTimes Wordplay 16h
Replying to @LisaBirnbach
But teasing is what I do best!
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NYTimes Wordplay 16h
I’m in awe 🏅
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NYTimes Wordplay 16h
Ha! I like that even better than the real answer
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grumpelstiltskin 16h
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NYTimes Wordplay Jan 22
Replying to @AdamTReineke
That’s awesome! 🏅 Best way to make your voice heard is to write to the team at the address in my bio.
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NYTimes Wordplay Jan 22
O.K., this one is kind of nichey, but NACHA (n): Yiddish. The state of kvelling over exactly one thing.
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NYTimes Wordplay Jan 22
Well, it was only for a minute or two, but I ruined my PB for it. On the other hand, I won a bet with , which is always satisfying, and the money went to charity.
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NYTimes Wordplay Jan 22
Replying to @thegridkid
I have already gone curling and Prancercized my way through a 5K. What more do you want of me, ?
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David Steinberg Jan 21
Replying to @dsteinberg49
(Part 3) If you answered “yes” to these two questions, be sure to check out the UCERP Google Doc for information about how to participate!
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