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New York Times, Saturday, November 14, 2020

"All ___ are civil ___, because all men are brothers" (quote attributed to François Fénelon)

Author:
Emily Carroll and Erik Agard
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 13 for Ms. Carroll. This is puzzle # 67 for Mr. Agard. Jeff Chen's Puzzle of the Week pick.
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© 2020, The New York Times11/14/20 ( No. 25,939 )
Across
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Discusses : GOESINTO
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Proceed down the runway, perhaps : SASHAY
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Polish, say : EUROPEAN
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Sharp : ASTUTE
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Working as a go-between : LIAISING
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Literally, "art-doer" : GEISHA
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Achilles, for example : TENDON
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Pines : ACHES
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"All ___ are civil ___, because all men are brothers" (quote attributed to François Fénelon) : WARS
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For whom the ravens Huginn and Muninn collect intel, in legend : ODIN
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Lane hugger? : KENT
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California roll ingredient : AVOCADO
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Religious observance : HOLYDAY
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Assembly line feature : ROBOTARM
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"___ the Wizard" (show tune) : HES
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"My Violent Evil Monster Just Scared Us Nuts" and others : MNEMONICDEVICES
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Swan song : END
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Me time, say : SOLITUDE
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Countless : UMPTEEN
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Attachment to a car's dashboard : GPSUNIT
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Stick: Sp. : PALO
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Late actress Diana of "Game of Thrones" : RIGG
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Parliament votes : AYES
52
High dudgeon : WRATH
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See for a bit : PEEKAT
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"Kimigayo," in Japan : ANTHEM
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Comic actor who played Sir Robin and Harry the Haggler : ERICIDLE
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62-Down part : RETINA
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Fresh bread? : NEWMONEY
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Formal : DRESSY
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Turn off : ALIENATE
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It might be hair-raising : GEL
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Parlement vote : OUI
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Historian's specialty, perhaps : ERA
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"I see you've left me no choice" : SOITSCOMETOTHIS
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___ dixit : IPSE
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Bundestag vote : NEIN
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Adjective on an Indian menu : TANDOORI
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"I swear!" : ONGOD
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Concern about an old sofa : SAG
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Unmoored, in a way : ASEA
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Predicament : STICKYSITUATION
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Quieted down : HUSHED
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Mythical figure associated with snakes : ATHENA
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Like some bread and beer : YEASTY
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Research org. in Bethesda : NIH
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Getting close, perhaps : WARM
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Bath water? : AVON
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Cover-up in court : ROBE
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Totally useless : NOHELP
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Do makeup? : ATONE
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Something to sneeze at? : DANDER
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Brand with a classic "501 Blues" ad campaign : LEVIS
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Roast V.I.P.s : MCS
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Crude verse : DOGGEREL
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Big Apple sch. system : CUNY
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1960s "It Girl" Sedgwick : EDIE
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Preceders of spikes, in volleyball : SETS
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Rising : UPWARD
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Eliot hero : MARNER
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Tributary of the Missouri : PLATTE
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Chill : NIP
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Davis of Hollywood : GEENA
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___ teeth (rarity) : HENS
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New Zealand demonym : KIWI
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Very top : ACME
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When the National Day of Prayer is celebrated : MAY
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Forensic science subject : DNA
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Diminutive suffix : LET
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Body part with a 63-Across : EYE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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