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New York Times, Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Movie role with range ... or what 17-, 24-, 39- and 51-Across each have?

Author:
John Guzzetta
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Guzzetta.
John Guzzetta notes:
The original set included apple, tomato, lemon, and lime, but what sounded good for juices didn't come out so well in theme phrases, ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Four fruits playing JUICY ROLEs today. What? JUICY PARTs? That does make more sense for this theme concept, but it doesn't hit my ear ... read more
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© 2019, The New York Times11/5/19 ( No. 25,564 )
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Pop group whose name is also a rhyme scheme : ABBA
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Bit of dance instruction : STEP
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___ Xtra (soft drink) : PIBB
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Neighborhood neglected by local government : SLUM
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"Touched by an Angel" actress Downey : ROMA
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Calculations that may be given in square feet : AREAS
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Robot : AUTOMATON
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Needle : TEASE
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___ dish : PETRI
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Pioneering arcade game company : ATARI
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Capitalize on : USE
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Object commonly worn by someone under house arrest : ANKLEMONITOR
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Part of a buck : ANTLER
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Pamper : BABY
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Sheep's sound : BAA
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Word before we or flush : ROYAL
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Greek H's : ETAS
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One making a scene outdoors : LANDSCAPEARTIST
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Prefix meaning "inner" : ENDO
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Golf club designed to achieve loft : WEDGE
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School fund-raising grp. : PTA
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Explorer ___ the Red : ERIK
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Noted holder of 1,093 U.S. patents : EDISON
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Venus, for one : ROMANGODDESS
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Edwards or Ramstein: Abbr. : AFB
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Detest : ABHOR
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Lollipop-sucking character of 1970s TV : KOJAK
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What aftershave can do : STING
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Movie role with range ... or what 17-, 24-, 39- and 51-Across each have? : JUICYPART
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Black tea variety : PEKOE
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1993's ___ Accords : OSLO
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"The Grapes of Wrath" migrator : OKIE
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Contents of a Facebook feed : NEWS
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Source for restaurant reviews : YELP
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"What's the ___?" : DEAL
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"Stat!" : ASAP
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Pale ___ dot (Earth) : BLUE
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Ashtray item : BUTT
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Lacking a compass, say : AMORAL
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Spanish Mrs. : SRA
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A to Z : TOTAL
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Hardly underplay : EMOTE
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___ Games (quadrennial event) : PANAM
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Green outer layer of a statue : PATINA
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Fury : IRE
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Advice much seen in Cosmopolitan and Seventeen : BEAUTYTIPS
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Low voice : BASSO
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Fortuneteller : SEER
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Rock experts? : MINERS
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Burglarize : ROB
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McDonald's founder Ray : KROC
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"Yeah, right!" : IBET
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Qualified : ABLE
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Bread baked in a tandoor : NAAN
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Conveyance for two : TANDEMBIKE
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Rotate about an axis, as a plane : YAW
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Bone smasher in the opening scene of "2001: A Space Odyssey" : APE
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Directed : LED
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Regarding : ASTO
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Kyle and Kenny's friend on "South Park" : STAN
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"___ the Explorer" : DORA
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James who wrote "A Death in the Family" : AGEE
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Morning warning in a sailor's saying : REDSKY
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Since forever : INAGES
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Soviet spy agcy. : KGB
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Type of crustacean whose name means "equal-footed" : ISOPOD
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Hoarse voice : RASP
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Frequently : OFTEN
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"How great," sarcastically : OHJOY
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Put out, as a fire : DOUSE
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Fire ___ : DRILL
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TV anchor Tapper : JAKE
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Operatic highlight : ARIA
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Producer of many compilation records : KTEL
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"Immediately!" : NOW
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Steal, in slang : COP

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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