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New York Times, Saturday, November 16, 2019

International marque whose logo is a pair of calipers

Author:
Daniel Larsen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Larsen.
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© 2019, The New York Times11/16/19 ( No. 25,575 )
Across
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Goes after : GUNSFOR
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One who's got something brewing : BARISTA
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Somehow : ONEWAYORANOTHER
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What a performer does periodically during a musical : BREAKSOUTINSONG
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Place for a pigeon : LEDGE
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Not barefoot : SHOD
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Weather balloon, maybe : UFO
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One in 10 people being left-handed, e.g.: Abbr. : EST
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Nurses : SIPS
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Recognize silently : NODTO
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Sporty car option : TTOP
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Puts in a box, perhaps : MAILS
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Some obligations : IOUS
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"Great job!" : HOORAY
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International marque whose logo is a pair of calipers : ACURA
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Leader in a 24-Down : VICAR
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Forbes rival : INC
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Diminutive, informally : BITSY
41
Tapped : CHOSE
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Use as a doormat : STEPON
44
Teased, teased, teased : RODE
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[Eh] : SHRUG
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Seed : GERM
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Past presidential candidate who once worked for IBM : PEROT
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Its chief agricultural export is dates : OMAN
54
Diminutive : WEE
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Hollow, maybe : DEN
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Part of a Cinderella story : BALL
58
Relatives of chalcedonies : OPALS
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How Old Faithful erupts : ONAREGULARBASIS
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Refuge, of sorts : HOMELESSSHELTER
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Opposite of crowed : ATEDIRT
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Total train wreck : HOTMESS
Down
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Relative of a snifter : GOBLET
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Brewing rebellion : UNREST
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Must : NEEDTO
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___ bag : SWAG
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Basketball's jab step and others : FAKES
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Cries of dismay : OYS
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Dweller in the Hundred Acre Wood : ROO
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Jets might be found in this : BATH
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They get minuses in chemistry : ANIONS
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Musical movement with a recurring theme : RONDO
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"___ alive!" : ITS
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Public mention : SHOUTOUT
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Rogers : TENFOURS
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Cornstarch brand since 1892 : ARGO
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2016 election meddlers : RUSSIANTROLLS
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Texter's qualifier : IMO
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Domain led by a 36-Across : PARISH
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Kitchen prep for onions and tomatoes : DICING
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It's a stunner : PHASER
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School where Aristotle taught : LYCEUM
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"How about this ..." : SAY
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Carnotite, for example : ORE
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Kind of system in a hospital : ABO
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Old RCA product : VCR
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"Heaven forbid!" : IHOPENOT
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"Rawhide," for Ronald Reagan : CODENAME
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Open organization, for short : PGA
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Impresario : STAGER
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Discarded computer parts and such : EWASTE
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Hinges : RELIES
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Abbr. in a formal salutation : MESSRS
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Division signs : OBELI
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What "check" means in poker : NOBET
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2022 World Cup venue : DOHA
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___ for life : LUST
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Provider of a lifeline : PALM
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Nickname akin to Ginger : RED
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The letter Æ : ASH
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Part of the original spelling of "Sparta" : RHO

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle.

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