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New York Times, Monday, April 15, 2024

Author:
Amanda Winters
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Component of a green house?
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14/15/2024
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Amanda Winters

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: {KXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Winters. Monday freshness: 89%
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© 2024, The New York Times4/15/24 ( No. 27,187 )
Across
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Graduation group : CLASS
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Accompanied by : WITH
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Unwanted emails, e.g. : SPAM
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Source of the fables "The Fox and the Lion" and "The Lion and the Mouse" : AESOP
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Where sailors go : ASEA
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Language of Pakistan : URDU
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Aisle for milk and cheese : DAIRY
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Noise that accompanies a shock wave : SONICBOOM
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Minor quarrel : SPAT
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Two-stripe mil. rank : CPL
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Does a step in origami : FOLDS
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Poster holder-upper : NAIL
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Brightly colored rock : AGATE
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Puppy's bark : YIP
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Sauce made with basil and pine nuts : PESTO
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Fresh talk : SASS
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Opposite of WNW : ESE
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Sleek fabric : SATEEN
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Neighborhood in London or New York City : SOHO
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With 41-Across, philosophical principle in which Earth mirrors heaven … or a hint to the shaded squares : ASABOVE
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See 39-Across : SOBELOW
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Fling : HURL
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Wipe away : EFFACE
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Hole-punching tool : AWL
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Those, in Spanish : ESOS
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Some salty Greek cheeses : FETAS
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Many I.C.U. workers: Abbr. : RNS
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"___ Game," most-watched Netflix series of all time : SQUID
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Bisque or borscht : SOUP
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Drainage area : BASIN
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"Wow, so fancy!" : OOH
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Sir's counterpart : MAAM
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Glass containers often used for preserves : MASONJARS
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North Pole bigwig : SANTA
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Grad : ALUM
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Word expressing woe : ALAS
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"That is to say …" : IMEAN
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Hate on, informally : DISS
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Soybean paste in Japanese cuisine : MISO
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This accent mark: ∼ : TILDE
Down
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Rude dudes : CADS
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Kind of year with an extra day in February : LEAP
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Yellow fruits that, despite their name, look more like apples : ASIANPEARS
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"More or less" : SORTA
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Intelligence collector : SPY
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Yellow jacket, e.g. : WASP
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Keep away from others : ISOLATE
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Perfect score in diving : TEN
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Israeli port city : HAIFA
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Rent from another renter : SUBLEASE
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Cattle driver's implement : PROD
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Kerfuffles : ADOS
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The word, in a saying : MUM
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Spare hotel beds : COTS
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Split, as with an axe : CLEAVE
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___ facto : IPSO
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Charges toward : GOESAT
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Thumbs-up equivalent : YEAH
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Debate topic : ISSUE
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Tennis great Graf : STEFFI
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Component of a green house? : SOLARPANEL
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Demonstrated : SHOWN
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"Credit cards only" sign : NOCASH
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Birds that hunt at night : OWLS
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Really comes into one's own : BLOSSOMS
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Spanish for "kiss" : BESO
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Signature hats for Indiana Jones : FEDORAS
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Small area measurement: Abbr. : SQIN
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Fix, as a printer : UNJAM
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Savory taste : UMAMI
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Island east of Java : BALI
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Taiwanese tech company : ASUS
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___ buco (veal dish) : OSSO
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Very slightly : ATAD
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A horse's might be braided for a dressage show : MANE
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More than a little annoyed : MAD
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Boxer Muhammad : ALI
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Use a chair : SIT

Answer summary:
4 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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