Starts with "c," ends with "d. The clues are scattered around the metropolis.
Furthermore, I list their puzzles with me, and—in a few special cases—puzzles for which they are the honorees. A non-trivial subset of the group has current geographical roots in the Twin Cities and environs. Return to our main page—which includes our overarching philosophy—by clicking here.
For easy access to this page, use http: Click on my name to the left for biographical information, and on our main page for my crossword bona fides and philosophies. My day job is in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Minnesotaand many of my friendships go back to my time at Stuyvesant High School and at The Rockefeller University [I skipped college, although inI did receive this honorary degree ].
La Triviata see this video created together with Gary Gisselman. My first published New York Times puzzle was on a Sunday, joint with Michael Shteyman [click here for a picture of me at that time]. I have quite a few crossword collaborators who I know only in cyberspace, although I try to look them up whenever there is some flexibility in my professional travel.
I hope you enjoy reading some of their stories below. Christopher Adams on the right; taken June in the Twin Cities is currently a graduate student in mathematics at the University of Iowa.
He graduated in from Cornell Universitywith a major in mathematics and minors in physics and creative writing, after which he spent a year abroad teaching physics at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
This led to Chris finding out about this group, by way of the Enigma Variations puzzle contest. Hanks for the Holidays.
Then, relatively early inChris celebrated a personal milestone with a spectacular debut puzzle on the side of a coffee mug.
He also created a math-themed puzzle, Complex Fruitsand collaborated with George and others on a number of politically themed puzzles based on then-current events, including Supreme EffortCraftily Rerun ZodiacWall in the Familyand Downed-Up Charges.
Chris also notes that his solving times have improved quite a bit as a result of learning how to construct, a process that started in the Summer of She received a B.
She spends much of her free time playing competitive tennis, visiting her son who is an energy management major at the University of Oklahoma and helping her daughter who is high school senior apply to colleges. Martin was born in London, England inand emigrated to Canada in when his father, a microbiologist, was offered a professorship at the University of Victoria.
Martin got started with a friend on cryptic crosswords for the student paper, but then became fascinated by the American-style wide-open grids by Mike Shenk, Merl Reagle and Henry Hook. It took Martin many years of practice on paper to develop his own proficiency, but once breaking in with a Maleska acceptance inthere was no looking back.
Martin likens his signature triple stacks to good magic tricks, and maintains that even in this day where computer programs make such stacks easier to discover, there is still a significant element of art in the process. In a blog essay entitled "Notable Puzzles of ," Jim Horne says [of Martin] "I have no idea how he does it but I enjoy tackling these huge seas of white.
This was followed two months later by another quadthis time a pangram. Please go to our main index and search for "Ashwood. This has allowed him, at least, to fulfill his lifelong goal of early retirement.This simple crossword puzzle, which gives the ELL visual prompts and then asks them to write the proper word to identify the picture into the crossword, could be a suitable vocabulary exercise for newcomers and low English proficiency ELLs.
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