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NYT Minimised 2023-11-13

· By kieranjboyd · Published 2023-11-13T00:51:39.993Z

Constructor's Note
Today's NYT author: Benjamin Fink
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  • Nick 🤓1:32 · 2023-11-13T01:34:43.161Z
    Loved it!
    • SMEE 🤓9:35 · 2023-11-13T04:34:17.473Z
      Solved it! 🥳
      • Brian Callahan 🤓1:32 · 2023-11-13T04:58:40.296Z
        Lovely! Although my time might have been *slightly* better had you not interrupted my solve😉
        • Gizmo 🤓1:45 · 2023-11-13T13:01:03.524Z
          Shockingly elegant & constrained, as always.
          • JR 🤓4:52 · 2023-11-13T16:26:31.740Z
            Can someone explain 6A6AHydra's heads, for example[-----] to me?
            • kieranjboyd constructor · 2023-11-13T19:21:22.937Z
              I can 😊 The Lernaean Hydra of Greek mythology had many heads, with the first written count being nine, so collectively the heads form an example of a NONET6AHydra's heads, for example[-----].
              • JR 🤓4:52 · 2023-11-14T01:32:15.309Z
                Ooh, I didn’t know it was originally nine. Thank you!
            • Sendhil Revuluri 🤓1:29 · 2023-11-14T00:20:28.053Z
              Fun! Continually impressed with your adaptations.
              • Robert 9:01 · 2023-11-14T11:40:25.220Z
                I was clearly challenged! Thank you.
                • Philip Chow 🤓1:30 · 2023-11-14T23:08:29.251Z
                  wow this was so theme-dense!! color me impressed :)
                  1A
                  Cover story? *
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                  Across
                  1. 1A
                    Cover story? *
                  2. 6A
                    Hydra's heads, for example
                  3. 7A
                    Magazine full of gossip-y drivel*
                  4. 10A
                    ___ Phillips, American scriptwriter who created 'Guiding Light' (hidden in "air navigation")
                  5. 11A
                    Task for around half of a football team [I use Australian spelling, remember?] *
                  6. 14A
                    Prefix for things related to certain Eastern European countries including Serbia and Croatia
                  7. 15A
                    2020 sci-fi film in which things move both forwards and backwards, fittingly *
                  Down
                  1. 1D
                    Red army member? [clue taken from yesterday's NYT crossword]
                  2. 2D
                    Hawaii's Mauna ___ [don't worry, I struggle with this fill too]
                  3. 3D
                    Bach's 'Mass ___ Minor'
                  4. 4D
                    With 5D5DSee 4D (and the starred entries)[-------], "Here's something surprisingly true …", which could apply to each of the starred entries
                  5. 5D
                    See 4D4DWith 5D, "Here's something surprisingly true …", which could apply to each of the starred entries[-------] (and the starred entries)
                  6. 8D
                    Ltd. alternative
                  7. 9D
                    Daniel ___ Kim, American actor from 'Lost' and the last 30 minutes of 'Joy Ride'
                  8. 11D
                    Abbreviation for changing clocks for around half the year
                  9. 12D
                    Twelfth letter of the Spanish alphabet
                  10. 13D
                    Character: "I'll hold up a big kite, and you blow air at me until I lift off! What do you think of that idea?" Turbine: "I'm not a huge ___." (XKCD comic)
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