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New York Times, Tuesday, January 21, 2020

"Nothing in life is fun for the whole ___": Jerry Seinfeld

Author:
Carl Larson
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Carl Larson

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {HJVZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Larson.
Carl Larson notes:
My name is Carl Larson, I'm 56, retired and living in Studio City, California. When working, I was an electrical engineer and ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Welcome to the latest installment of "The SWIK Show!" (Shows What I Know) Ari's original idea was more similar to Carl's, and I ... read more
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© 2020, The New York Times1/21/20 ( No. 25,641 )
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Ideologies : ISMS
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Something to pitch or break : CAMP
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"I give up!" : UNCLE
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Ham or lamb : MEAT
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___ bowl (health food offering) : ACAI
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1988 Summer Olympics city : SEOUL
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Subject of interest to a 23andMe user : GENE
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Vivacious : PERT
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"You are not!" retort : IAMSO
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Cellphone button : ASTERISK
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Tiny sound? : INLET
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Xylophonist's need : MALLET
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URL ending : ORG
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Hit from the '60s? : LSD
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"Baa baa" mama : EWE
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Groups plotting coups : CABALS
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"Casablanca" setting : CAFE
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IV solution : SALINE
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English school that's a rival of Harrow : ETON
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Party purchase ... or a hint to each circled letter set : SIXPACKOFBEER
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Brief moments : SECS
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Bronze and brass : ALLOYS
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Aviated : FLEW
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Unburdened by : FREEOF
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A.T.F. agent, e.g. : FED
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___-told : OFT
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Keyboard key pressed by a pinkie : TAB
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"Nothing in life is fun for the whole ___": Jerry Seinfeld : FAMILY
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Prepped, as apples for baking : CORED
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Tiffs : QUARRELS
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River rental : CANOE
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"Aaron ___, Sir" (song from "Hamilton") : BURR
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Panache : BRIO
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Fluorescent bulb filler : ARGON
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Major Baltic port : RIGA
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Desktop image : ICON
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Quick to anger : TESTY
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Pour forth : SPEW
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Grasps : GETS
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"Sign me up!" : IMGAME
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Go back and forth : SEESAW
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Layer below the earth's crust : MANTLE
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Shade of blue : STEEL
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Symbol on a Braves baseball cap : CAPITALA
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"Bullets," in poker : ACES
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Old German money : MARK
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Orchestra locale : PIT
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On drugs : USING
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Beat writer ___ Cassady : NEAL
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Not be punctual : COMELATE
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Greatly desires : LUSTSFOR
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"Mr. Blue Sky" band, for short : ELO
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Sportscast summary : RECAP
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E-file recipient, in brief : IRS
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Soccer stadium chant : OLEOLE
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Study : DEN
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Upset stomach soother, informally : BICARB
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Twistable joint : ANKLE
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They'll earn you a 2.0 : CEES
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Annual Austin festival, for short : SXSW
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Healthy diet and regular exercise, say : SELFCARE
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Barkeep's grabber : ICETONGS
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Hullabaloo : FOOFARAW
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Hands down : BYFAR
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Airport across the bay from OAK : SFO
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Pokémon Go, in the late 2010s, e.g. : FAD
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Savage : FIERCE
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Mama Cass : ELLIOT
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Vacuum cleaners featuring "cyclone" technology : DYSONS
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Minuscule : TEENY
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"Live and Let Die" villain : MRBIG
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Rummage (through) : ROOT
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Witticism : QUIP
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Advocate for : URGE
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Cougar or cheetah : CAT
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Abbr. in a real estate ad : BRS

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