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New York Times, Friday, January 1, 2021

Parts of the body that are slightly larger in the evening than morning

Author:
Milo Beckman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 16, Columns: 16 Words: 80, Blocks: 38 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Beckman.
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© 2021, The New York Times1/1/21 ( No. 25,987 )
Across
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Pirates : HIJACKS
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Part of N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr. : ASSN
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"___ rico!" ("Delicious!": Sp.) : QUE
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Start of a haughty declaration : IFORONE
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Do a vet's job on : SPAY
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German conjunction : UND
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Like some mushrooms : PSYCHOACTIVE
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Prefix with -graph : EPI
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You might get a kick out of this at a restaurant : HOTSAUCE
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Parts of the body that are slightly larger in the evening than morning : FEET
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Résumé asset, in brief : MBA
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Animal known to "juggle" rocks : OTTER
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Chokes, say : ERRS
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Did a hook spin or knee swing : POLEDANCED
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"It's true!" : ARESO
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Backdrop for the Compromise of 1850 : GOLDRUSH
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"I don't care either way" : UPTOYOU
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Test with a Social Studies sect. : GED
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A fifth : 20PERCENT
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Fast-fashion retailer : FOREVER21
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Outdoor apparel chain : REI
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Title heroine of a James Joyce story : EVELINE
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Modern marketplace : APPSTORE
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Party hearty : REVEL
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Passé : SOLASTYEAR
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Opposite of petit : GROS
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Work on software : DEBUG
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Need for protein synthesis : RNA
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Things shortened at bitly.com : URLS
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Some instant breakfast packets : OATMEALS
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Complete a lap? : SIT
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Star student's goal : APLUSAVERAGE
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Emotive verse : ODE
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Isn't oblivious : SEES
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Isn't oblivious : NOTICES
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Patriarch Stark of "Game of Thrones" : NED
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___ Park Corner (London tube station) : HYDE
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Basic dance move : TWOSTEP
Down
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In : HIP
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Cases to consider : IFS
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Delight : JOY
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Principal : ARCH
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Small Pacific salmon : COHO
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Metaphor for a tricky problem : KNOT
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TV sets? : SEASONS
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Hard to fool : ASTUTE
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Enlivened : SPICEDUP
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Screen ___ : SAVER
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12/31 : NYE
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Onetime Bravo series or its Netflix reboot : QUEEREYE
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Term for a censored dissident in "1984" : UNPERSON
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Censors, say : EDITSOUT
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Inescapable bind : CATCH22
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Unrestrained violence : FEROCITY
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Dashboard abbr. : MPG
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Appropriately named ghost in Nintendo games : BOO
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More than most : ALL
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Without borders : EDGELESS
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Movie villain with a signature pinky gesture : DREVIL
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Pulitzer-winning poet W. H. ___ : AUDEN
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Still : ATREST
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Cops' targets : PERPS
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First graduates of the new millennium, informally : 01ALUMS
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Missouri setting of 2014 civil rights protests : FERGUSON
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Countermand : OVERRIDE
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Refused to accept the status quo, say : REVOLTED
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Made more waterproof, maybe : RESEALED
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Crowning event? : PAGEANT
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Poetic contraction : OER
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Took off : RAN
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Timeline division : ERA
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Thickheaded : OBTUSE
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Only one of the Seven Dwarfs without a beard : DOPEY
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Say frankly : AVOW
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Best Supporting Actor winner for "Dallas Buyers Club" : LETO
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Honorifics that can be repeated to indicate higher status : SRIS
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Traditional source of fertilizer : ASH
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Do one's part? : ACT
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"Hadn't thought of it like that" : GEE
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Special gift, for short : ESP

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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