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David Kwong notes: I always wanted to have PRI(ME)TI(ME)EMMY be the revealer, but what filled out the rest of the puzzle took a bit of ..read more
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John Wrenholt notes: I started this puzzle with the "pipe" part. I had originally hoped it would connect words like DRAIN and SEWER, but ..read more
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Paul Coulter notes: This one had the working title of Good Vibrations. Pretty straightforward theme. It began when I noticed the phrase ..read more
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Constructor notes: AMANDA: What an absolute thrill to be making my NYT crossword debut! I'll let the entries of PRIDE MONTH, GAYER, AIDA, ..read more
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Editor notes: Andrew Kingsley is a 2019 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a master's degree in education. His thesis was on ..read more
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Peter A. Collins notes: I like finding 15-letter entries that haven't been used before. This puzzle has five grid-spanners, all making ..read more
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Constructor notes: DANIEL: For years, I have been trying to figure out how to construct acceptable themeless puzzles. After all, good, ..read more
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Grant Thackray notes: When I first submitted this blurb, I did it for the wrong puzzle. I completely forgot this puzzle had been accepted ..read more
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Ned White notes: Looking at the finished version of this puzzle, I think what I'm most impressed by is the mix of difficult (actually, ..read more
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Jeff Chen notes: I've had hundreds of BLTs in my life, but I've never thought about the order of ingredients. Does it matter? Seems like ..read more

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