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New York Times, Saturday, January 6, 2018

1960s movie with the tagline "A man went looking for America. And couldn't find it anywhere"

Author:
Peter Wentz
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Peter Wentz

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 34 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Wentz. Jeff Chen's Puzzle of the Week pick. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Peter Wentz notes:
This grid layout has become something of a go-to for me, with a similar one published about two years ago and another being written as ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
A triple of MAJOR LABELS / DARE TO DREAM (love it!) / LITTERBOXES with a funny "kitty corner" clue makes for a great centerpiece. ... read more
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© 2018, The New York Times1/6/18 ( No. 24,896 )
Across
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Champion's accessory : BELT
5
What you can do to "Moon River" : WALTZ
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Follower of John : ACTS
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"Don't rush in!" : ONEATATIME
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One of the initial anchors of CNN's "American Morning" : ZAHN
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Something that might be replaced during car servicing : BRAKEFLUID
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Event in every Summer Olympics since 1900 : EPEE
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Rhythmic : CADENT
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Conflict : STRIFE
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Chaser of un trago de tequila : AGUA
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Determines (if) : SEES
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Misanthrope : HATER
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Lacking in passion : TEPID
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Garden sight : GNOME
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Block between shows : ADS
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Universal, Sony and Warner : MAJORLABELS
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Have high hopes : DARETODREAM
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Kitty-corner things? : LITTERBOXES
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Lowly worker : COG
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Something good for Charlie Brown? : GRIEF
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Internal rule : BYLAW
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Writing form even more constrained than a tweet : HAIKU
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Results of some scans : PDFS
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City at the foot of the Sierra Nevada : RENO
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Recite : INCANT
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Popular pricing game on "The Price Is Right" : PLINKO
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Chesterfield, for one : COAT
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Sticking point? : VOODOODOLL
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Noted Brit in the news : HUME
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Strength rating in video games : POWERLEVEL
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Teeny : ITSY
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Black piano key : GFLAT
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Promising : ROSY
Down
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Ohio University player : BOBCAT
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Tee off : ENRAGE
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Prelim : LEADUP
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Put in one's sights : TAKEAIMAT
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Moves lightly through the air : WAFTS
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Home of the world's busiest airport: Abbr. : ATL
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Actress Lucy : LIU
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"Did not need to know that" : TMI
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Terminals at London Heathrow? : ZEDS
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High-end Hyundai : AZERA
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Main feature of the Gmail logo : CAPITALM
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National force, informally : THEFEDS
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Mocking responses : SNEERS
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Blue-striped ball : TEN
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English channel : THEBEEB
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Something only I can go on? : EGOTRIP
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In vestments : ENROBED
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Liquidated : SOLDOFF
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Park ranger's weapon : DARTGUN
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Who said "Revolutions are the locomotives of history" : MARX
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Foul call : JEER
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1960s movie with the tagline "A man went looking for America. And couldn't find it anywhere" : EASYRIDER
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Devices that hurt sales at Kodak : DIGICAMS
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Give for a bit : LOANOUT
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Precious : CHICHI
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Dell competitor : LENOVO
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Places for braces : ANKLES
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Like some caterpillars : WOOLLY
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Sagal of "Futurama" : KATEY
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Friendly term of address : SPORT
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What suggestive dialogue may result in : TVPG
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Response to a joke, maybe : LOL
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"You got me good!" : OOF
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"Wide-staring" one in a Wordsworth poem : OWL
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Deal breakers, for short? : DEA

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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