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New York Times, Saturday, December 28, 2019

1-Across : Where hands go in the Time Warp dance

Author:
Robyn Weintraub
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QVXZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Ms. Weintraub. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2019, The New York Times12/28/19 ( No. 25,617 )

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Across
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Where hands go in the Time Warp dance : HIPS
5
Baker's units: Abbr. : TSPS
9
Bronze Age chronicle : ILIAD
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Number of sides on a PARE road sign : OCHO
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Springs for vacation trips : SPAS
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Character in "Monsters, Inc." : COMMA
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Myanmar neighbor : LAOS
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Was completely satisfying : HITTHESPOT
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Forewarned : ONNOTICE
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Former Soviet naval base : ODESSA
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Letters that often precede a Ph.D. : GRE
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Like some humor : WRY
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Tiny amounts : JOTS
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More than just in : REDHOT
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Finds a way : MAKESDO
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Doe, perhaps : ALIAS
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Went too : CAMEALONG
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Some framing supplies : MATS
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Like some fruits and ice sheets : CORED
36
Censure of a senator : ETTU
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Old sports cars named for a fish : STINGRAYS
39
One of the five rivers of 56-Across : LETHE
40
Involves : ENTAILS
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They can get you into the Taj Mahal : RUPEES
42
Form of relief : ALMS
43
Coach : BUS
44
Vets, e.g.: Abbr. : DRS
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User of the "I Ching" : ORACLE
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Liquidity concern : CASHFLOW
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Less efficient washers : TOPLOADERS
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Like triple fudge brownies : RICH
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Outdo : ONEUP
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Last word in the first verse of "Old Mother Hubbard" : NONE
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"Put Your Head on My Shoulder" singer, 1959 : ANKA
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See 39-Across : HADES
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Help in a small way? : ASST
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Try : TEST
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Things seen that aren't there : HOLOGRAMS
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"You and me both" : ICANRELATE
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Gave much less than 100% : PHONEDITIN
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Nothing to write home about : SOSO
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No-no at a fancy restaurant : TSHIRT
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Menu caution : SPICY
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Fancy spread : PATE
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Historic barrier breaker, for short : SST
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Ingredient in a John Daly cocktail : ICEDTEA
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Worries around the clock, perhaps : LOSESSLEEP
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Bratlings : IMPS
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Baking entrepreneur Wally : AMOS
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___ plan : DATA
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Like a binge watcher, say : HOOKED
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Uncommon notes : TWOS
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Roald Dahl title character : JAMES
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Is thick : HASNTACLUE
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St. ___ College (school name in Indiana, Maryland and California) : MARYS
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Incomplete part of a contract : DOTTEDLINE
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Not neat : ONTHEROCKS
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Fill for a grill : COALS
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Juicy news alert : GUESSWHAT
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Annexed land of 2014 : CRIMEA
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Speeds through the Downs, say : GALLOPS
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Verdant : LUSH
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Autumn shade : RUSSET
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They're raised on farms : BARNS
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Texting alternative? : OTOH
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Woman's name that becomes another woman's name if you switch the first and third letters : RONA
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Mirrored : APED
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Firm leaders, for short : CEOS
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Rush home? : FRAT
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Body builder? : DNA

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