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NYT Minimised 2022-09-18

· By kieranjboyd · Published 7 days ago

Constructor's Note: I think I'm going to take a break from these for a little bit, and get around to my backlog of crossword ideas. Thanks for the lovely feedback, everyone! Today's NYT author: Katie Hale
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  • Sommersmith 🤓1:42 · 7 days ago
    This was great!
    • Regan Mutherford 🤓5:10 · 7 days ago
      So charming! Don’t stop!
      • Jon 4:14 · 6 days ago
        Fun and on point.
        • emmie 🤓1:22 · 6 days ago
          Really good!
          • spikeydlux 🤓51s · 3 days ago
            Love it!
            1AWashington and Houston, in New York City (abbr.)
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            Across
            1. 1A
              Washington and Houston, in New York City (abbr.)
            2. 4A
              Macbooks, technically (abbr.)
            3. 7A
              Referees's go-to parenting phrase?
            4. 9A
              Hypnotist's go-to parenting phrase?
            5. 11A
              Surgeon's go-to parenting phrase?
            6. 12A
              People in the House of Representatives or Senate, in Australia (abbr.)
            7. 13A
              Hailey Bieber, ___ Baldwin
            Down
            1. 1D
              Hunch over
            2. 2D
              _____ Andromedon, scene-stealing character on 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
            3. 3D
              Opposite of lorg, in relation to a pupper online
            4. 4D
              SurveyMonkey.com creation
            5. 5D
              Bring up to speed
            6. 6D
              Martin of "¡Three Amigos!", "Father of the Bride" and "Only Murders in the Building" [callback!]
            7. 8D
              Class in which students might struggle with interdentals, horribly inconsistent spelling, and an endless list of slang (abbr.)
            8. 9D
              Place for gains
            9. 10D
              Number one, to a one-year-old
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