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If You're Reading This, Today's NYT Crossword Is For You

posted by Bob Lawless

Five clues in today's New York Times crossword are "Short on Dough." Yes, that means you have to come up with five different expressions for "Short on Dough." Given the topics we cover on Credit Slips, our readers should be all over this puzzle. Even my St. Louis Cardinals get their props in the lower right-hand corner. More information and the answers are available at Rex Parker Does the NYT Crossword Puzzle.


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