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· By quatrevingtneuf · Published 2024-02-09T06:22:08.607Z · Crosshare's Daily Mini for 2/24/2024

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  • pythoncodingveryfun 🤓24s · 2024-02-09T07:38:41.061Z
    nice!
    • Steve Johnson 🤓34s · 2024-02-13T23:20:44.693Z
      Very nice!
      • Jack M 🤓22s · 2024-02-24T00:14:29.813Z
        fun, thank you!
        • Philip Chow 🤓39s · 2024-02-24T02:54:21.215Z
          Soba and somen didn’t fit 😰… great puzzle! Now I’m hungry
          • Brian Callahan 🤓24s · 2024-02-24T03:14:33.090Z
            🍜🍜
            • ForeverJung 🤓2:02 · 2024-02-24T12:39:48.779Z
              Good challenge!
              • Amandel 🤓1:23 · 2024-02-24T14:06:38.267Z
                Loved it, thanks!
                • bruhbruhbr 🤓59s · 2024-02-24T17:23:51.673Z
                  heck yeah
                  • kurtalert 🤓20s · 2024-02-24T17:48:46.528Z
                    Thank you!
                    • Adam 🤓11s · 2024-02-24T18:48:18.378Z
                      Technically, the clue for 4D is maximally wrong -- any sequence of digits is found an arbitrary number of times in an irrational number (I'm a 6D, I know)
                      • quatrevingtneuf constructor · 2024-02-26T06:46:14.034Z
                        not necessarily! this is true of normal numbers, not irrational numbers in general. out-6D-ed 😜
                        • Adam 🤓11s · 2024-02-26T16:05:10.749Z
                          Oof :(
                          • Puzzled 🤓46s · 2024-02-27T17:12:34.393Z
                            I'm still having trouble with that clue, though I enjoyed the puzzle regardless!
                            Irrational numbers typically have all sorts of repetitions in them, but the clue is making a general statement about the opposite.
                            • quatrevingtneuf constructor · 2024-02-28T17:05:08.664Z
                              while certain substrings may repeat, the expansion as a whole will never enter a repeating pattern
                              • Puzzled 🤓46s · 2024-02-29T00:11:12.532Z
                                Ah, I get what you mean now. Thanks for clarifying.
                        • Neathery 🤓52s · 2024-02-25T21:22:03.599Z
                          Thanks!
                          • James Brinkworth 🤓1:39 · 2024-02-25T22:34:53.484Z
                            Neat!
                            • firedude750 🤓1:03 · 2024-02-27T19:27:24.560Z
                              Thanks
                              • Keith VanEtten 3:25 · 2024-03-03T17:22:25.881Z
                                Sweet!
                                • BrettRKS 🤓48s · 2024-04-11T01:13:29.865Z
                                  Very nice
                                  1A
                                  Japanese noodle dish
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                                  Across
                                  1. 1A
                                    Japanese noodle dish
                                  2. 5A
                                    Japanese noodle dish
                                  3. 7A
                                    Location for an epitaph
                                  4. 8A
                                    Classical element represented by the dodecahedron
                                  5. 9A
                                    Descriptor for mineral-rich water
                                  Down
                                  1. 1D
                                    Desire
                                  2. 2D
                                    Word common to multiple Star Wars villains
                                  3. 3D
                                    One of five beaches stormed on D-day
                                  4. 4D
                                    How often the digits of irrational numbers repeat
                                  5. 6D
                                    Wearer of glasses and a bow tie, stereotypically
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