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Comments on Puzzle #35348: American Idiom 44
By Brian Bellis (mootpoint)

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  quality:   difficulty:   solvability: moderate lookahead  

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#1: Jota (jota) on Sep 12, 2021

Another one I've learned today! Not being born in the USA, I don't have a lot of this idioms in my head ( in case Valerie asks)
#2: Web Paint-By-Number Robot (webpbn) on Sep 13, 2021
Found to be solvable with moderate lookahead by dbouldin.
#3: Bill Eisenmann (Bullet) on Sep 13, 2021
Ok, that was a really weird image until you know what it is, and then it's "Oh, I see that!"
#4: Brian Bellis (mootpoint) on Sep 13, 2021
You should have seen the one I erased before starting over.
#5: Aurelian Ginkgo (AurelianGinkgo) on Sep 13, 2021
You're not alone, Jota. I've never been out of the US, and yet I've never heard this one. What does it mean, Brian?
#6: Brian Bellis (mootpoint) on Sep 13, 2021
In high spirits. Like when a horse is well fed on oats.
#7: Gator (gator) on Sep 19, 2021 [HINT]
After line/color logic solves the red, you will have 1 black cell filled in. EL on R1 makes R1C13-15 dots. LL to finish.
#8: BlackCat (BlackCat) on Sep 19, 2021 [HINT]
Hard to solve. Had to guess. See the hand, don't know about the oats.

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