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New York Times, Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Author:
Erika Ettin
Editor:
Will Shortz
Couple's 60th anniversary [Spanish]
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Erika Ettin

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQUZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Ettin.
Erika Ettin notes:
Movin' on up! For my second published puzzle, I'm proud to have a Tuesday under my belt. (I was lucky enough to have my debut ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Such a fresh concept! "Words for DAY in different languages" is novel enough to be noticeable, and the wordplay in LET'S CALL IT A DAY ... read more
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© 2023, The New York Times1/17/23 ( No. 26,733 )
Across
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The N.C.A.A.'s Crimson Tide, to fans : BAMA
5
Obsolescent devices with Rewind buttons : VCRS
9
Lincoln ___ (toy set) : LOGS
13
Cry from a congregation : AMEN
14
Scroll through a few books? : TORAH
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Proctored event : EXAM
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Zero, zippo, zilch : NOTONEIOTA
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Hamilton's notes : TENS
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Couple's 60th anniversary [Spanish] : DIAMONDWEDDING
21
Fitting : APT
22
A panda's is almost entirely bamboo : DIET
23
Saunter : AMBLE
26
"Aw, rats!" [Dutch, Swedish] : DAGNABBIT
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___ a soul (no one) : NARY
32
Contraction in "Deck the Halls" : TIS
33
Votes into office : ELECTS
34
Pie ___ mode : ALA
35
Whom one might go see at "tooth hurty," per a classic joke [Czech] : DENTIST
37
Cartoon collectible : CEL
38
Cubans, for example : CIGARS
40
Professional connections : INS
41
Show the merits of, say : DEMO
42
Goes with someone else [German] : TAGSALONG
44
Center : MIDST
45
Substance in a petri dish : AGAR
46
Bud : PAL
47
"I think we're done here" … or a hint to translating each of the four shaded words in this puzzle : LETSCALLITADAY
54
Command-S, on a Mac : SAVE
55
Rhode Island, with "the" : OCEANSTATE
56
Furniture giant whose name is an acronym : IKEA
57
"You win" : ILOSE
58
Prep school about an hour by train from London : ETON
59
Lifetime, for the U.S. Supreme Court : TERM
60
You might give something up for this : LENT
61
Easy targets : SAPS
Down
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Word after rock or rubber : BAND
2
Mine, in Marseille : AMOI
3
Parent company of Facebook : META
4
Odd exception : ANOMALY
5
Nullify : VOID
6
Bovine : cow :: corvine : ___ : CROW
7
Family-friendly, as films : RATEDG
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Sketchy behavior : SHADINESS
9
Phrase sung 36 times in a 1970 Beatles hit : LETITBE
10
Plow-pulling pair : OXEN
11
Clique : GANG
12
Sort of cellphone text, for short : SMS
14
Collapsible camping gear : TENT
17
"Uh-uh" : NOPE
20
Taken care of, with "with" : DEALT
23
"It was all ___!" ("They were just pretending!") : ANACT
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Elder Obama daughter : MALIA
25
Singer/activist Billy : BRAGG
26
Cacophony : DIN
27
Actor John, Sean or Mackenzie : ASTIN
28
Secretly included, in a way : BCCED
29
Things filling an agenda : ITEMS
30
Letter-shaped opening in hardware : TSLOT
32
Electrical transformer named for its creator : TESLACOIL
35
Is tiresomely long, as a meeting : DRAGS
36
Gerund suffix : ING
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All for one and one for all : ASATEAM
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Widens, as a pupil : DILATES
43
Prognosticator : ORACLE
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They get walked all over : MATS
46
Long (for) : PINE
47
One of more than 14,000 in Minnesota : LAKE
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At any point : EVER
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Kings of ___ ("Sex on Fire" quartet) : LEON
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Stick around awhile : LAST
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Facts and figures : DATA
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Perched on : ATOP
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Desires : YENS
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Command just before giving a dog treat : SIT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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