Tuesday, May 24, 2022 - A crossword with chairs? Guess that explains all those SAT words ๐Ÿ˜€

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A run-of-the-mill Tuesday? Most definitely not, this is the NYTimes crossword we're talking about, after all! Rather, we have a splendid display of clever cruciverbial construction, involving furniture, musicals, and some high falutin words (excluding, unfortunately, high falutin, we're throwing that in at no extra charge) to keep you occupied and help expand your lexicon. All the deets -- as well as the outcome of today's Triplet Tuesday (the 3 most exciting minutes in podcasting) -- are here for the downloading, so do so and enjoy.

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