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NYT Minimised 2022-09-05

· By kieranjboyd · Published 3 months ago

Constructor's Note: Today's NYT author: Adam Simpson
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  • zonkswonk 🤓1:11 · 3 months ago
    As someone who cannot afford the New York Times, this is a cute way to get a sampling! These are really fun keep doing em
    • Chucky 🤓1:51 · 3 months ago
      I think you mean "precede", not "proceed" in 1D
      1D CROSSWord that can precede either of the words that form 7A, or the word at 4D [or the word 'word'!]
      :) Otherwise, good puzzle!
      • kieranjboyd constructor · 3 months ago
        You're correct! You can have all the precedes from this puzzle.
      • Jon 🤓46s · 3 months ago
        Very nice
        • Phil The 🤓2:08 · 3 months ago
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          1ATraditional Chinese unit of length [and near anagram of INCH]
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          2
          3
          4
          5
          6
          7
          8
          9
          Across
          1. 1A
            Traditional Chinese unit of length [and near anagram of INCH]
          2. 5A
            Sports venues
          3. 7A
            Fashion accessory for James Bond, Waylon Smithers, and the Swedish Chef
          4. 8A
            Either on or towards dry land
          5. 9A
            Strews, as seeds
          Down
          1. 1D
            Word that can precede either of the words that form 7A
            Fashion accessory for James Bond, Waylon Smithers, and the Swedish Chef[------]
            , or the word at 4D
            Things split by a nitpicker (in both senses)[-----]
            [or the word 'word'!]
          2. 2D
            "__ ___ hesitates is lost" (gendered saying attributed to Confucius)
          3. 3D
            Following behind
          4. 4D
            Things split by a nitpicker (in both senses)
          5. 5D
            The largest voluntary organisation of lawyers in the world (abbr.)
          6. 6D
            "Didn't I tell you‽"
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