3 thoughts on “1024-09 New York Times Crossword Answers 24 Oct 09”

  1. Hello there, my anonymous friend,

    Both phrases:

    "To get one's Irish up" and
    "To get one's dander up"

    mean to get riled up, to get angry.

    I guess we are always picking on the poor Irish!

    I hope that helps!

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