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The Tuesday Crossword

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Free Monday New York Times Crossword Puzzles
Enjoy these easy Monday New York Times crossword puzzles. If you're familiar with the crosswords published by the New York Times, you'll know that the level of difficulty increases as the week goes on, with Monday's crossword being the easiest of all.

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