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New York Times, Saturday, January 25, 2020

Author of "The Condition of the Working Class in England," 1845

Author:
Stella Zawistowski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Stella Zawistowski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {KQZ} This is puzzle # 15 for Ms. Zawistowski.
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© 2020, The New York Times1/25/20 ( No. 25,645 )

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Across
1
Self-conscious person's exclamation : DONTJUDGEME
12
Self-conscious person's question : AMI
15
Once in a while, poetically : EVERANDANON
16
Get the heck out of Dodge : LAM
17
What mathematicians call a lemniscate : FIGUREEIGHT
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Letters in film and the hotel business : MGM
19
Burning feeling : ANGER
20
At birth : NEE
21
Whole head of hair : MANE
22
Back-combs : TEASES
24
Opposite of fortuitous : ILLTIMED
26
Guzzles, say : DOWNS
28
Musical family name from Cremona : AMATI
29
Dross : SLAG
33
Problem with live-streaming : LAG
34
Olden land north of Anglia : SCOTIA
35
Chitchat : PALAVER
37
Most baggy : LOOSEST
38
Owners of the dogs Bo and Sunny : OBAMAS
39
Home of the 2000 Summer Olympics: Abbr. : AUS
40
Pistolet, par exemple : ARME
41
Sign of spring : ROBIN
42
Company Steve Jobs once owned : PIXAR
44
Bit of off-season N.C.A.A. news : TRANSFER
46
Take a bite out of? : DEFANG
51
Popular video game of 2000, with "The" : SIMS
52
Easy interview question : LOB
53
Reason for a medal : VALOR
54
And ... that's a wrap! : BOA
55
Fancy term for a long prison sentence : DURANCEVILE
58
Get the heck out of Dodge : RUN
59
One-third of a literary trio : EMILYBRONTE
60
Fathead : ASS
61
Hub of Memphis night life : BEALESTREET
Down
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Get the grease out of : DEFAT
2
Of a flock : OVINE
3
Actress Ruth of "Loving" : NEGGA
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Levels : TRUES
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Shaken up : JARRED
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Ravel's "Pavane Pour ___ Infante Défunte" : UNE
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Presidential monogram hidden in this clue : DDE
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Closing the gap : GAINING
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Author of "The Condition of the Working Class in England," 1845 : ENGELS
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Bris official : MOHEL
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Otolaryngologist, familiarly : ENT
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Where did you go? : ALMAMATER
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Attractive quality : MAGNETISM
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Instant : IMMEDIATE
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Bubbly cocktail : MIMOSA
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Arch supports : SOLES
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___ Tuesday (modern restaurant promotion) : TACO
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"What happens when language fails," per Margaret Atwood : WAR
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Garment made with spandex : SPORTSBRA
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Taxing : LABORIOUS
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Rosa Parks and Booker T. Washington, for two : ALABAMANS
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Urchins : GAMINS
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"Terrible, just terrible" : SOSAD
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Fleet at a distribution center : VANS
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First word in Yale's motto : LUX
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Complete miss : AIRBALL
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Middle America, symbolically : PEORIA
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Go back (to) : REVERT
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Water park feature : FLUME
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Preferential treatment : FAVOR
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Something worn with flare? : ALINE
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Nick of 2019's "Angel Has Fallen" : NOLTE
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Nod at, say : GREET
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Nebraska senator Fischer : DEB
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Dec. 31 : NYE
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"I Love Lucy" network : CBS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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