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New York Times, Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Author:
Josh Goodman
Editor:
Will Shortz
Architectural style started, strangely, in England
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 16 Words: 75, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Goodman.
Josh Goodman notes:
This puzzle owes a debt of gratitude to Aimee Lucido, who included the entry CAROLE KING in a New Yorker crossword from last November. The clue ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Great piece of trivia, that TINA TURNER, STEVIE NICKS, and CAROLE KING are the only three women to be inducted into the ROCK AND ROLL / HALL OF ... read more
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© 2022, The New York Times12/28/22 ( No. 26,713 )
Across
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Part of a Tibetan leader's title : DALAI
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San Luis ___, Calif. : OBISPO
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Catch, as a criminal : NAB
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Official decree : EDICT
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Polishing aids : CLOTHS
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Park in Manhattan, e.g.: Abbr. : AVE
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Disciple of Haile Selassie, informally : RASTA
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As part of a performing duo in 1991; as a solo artist in 2021 : TINATURNER
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What might help someone get a leg up? : STILT
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"Cool!" : NICE
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Take home : EARN
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As part of a band in 1998; as a solo artist in 2019 : STEVIENICKS
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Put on staff : HIRE
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Vessel that's a homophone of 24-Across : URN
29
Get ___ on (ace) : ANA
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"Place" by Pennsylvania Railroad on a Monopoly board : STJAMES
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Lowest pitches in chords : BASSNOTES
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One end of a battery : ANODE
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As part of a songwriting duo in 1990; as a solo artist in 2021 : CAROLEKING
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Really got to : ATEAT
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"Rule" stating that the number of transistors per microchip doubles every two years : MOORESLAW
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Brit who wrote "The Vanishing Half" : BENNETT
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Meadow : LEA
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Former Giants QB Manning : ELI
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Understanding of a situation : READ
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With 60-Across, institution in which 19-, 25- and 37-Across are (thus far) the only three women ever to be inducted twice : ROCKANDROLL
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Pop group whose name is also a rhyme scheme : ABBA
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Acronym that might be shouted before a rash act : YOLO
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Heavens on earth : EDENS
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See 53-Across : HALLOFFAME
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"So sad" : APITY
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Serving from a tap : ALE
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Erupted with laughter : ROARED
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Janelle who sang 2010's "Tightrope" : MONAE
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There are about five of these in a tsp. : MLS
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Way off base : ERRANT
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Strict : STERN
Down
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Das or die alternative, in German : DER
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2019 sci-fi film whose title means "to the stars" : ADASTRA
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Lends an ear : LISTENS
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Penultimate part of a Shakespeare play : ACTIV
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Architectural style started, strangely, in England : ITALIANATE
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Canadian Thanksgiving mo. : OCT
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Russian pancakes : BLINI
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Kind of chemical bond : IONIC
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Shelving area in a library : STACKS
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Part of a water quality evaluation : PHTEST
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Buckeye State sch. : OSU
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Vancouver Island city for which a chocolate treat is named : NANAIMO
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Contended : AVERRED
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___ mountain dog (breed named for its origins near the Swiss capital) : BERNESE
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Installs again, as a painting : REHANGS
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Kind of sax : TENOR
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Hoagie : SUB
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Grp. known as OTAN in France : NATO
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Social worker who was the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize : JANEADDAMS
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Skeleton that's no longer in the closet? : SCANDAL
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Stately tree : ELM
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Concern for online advertisers, for short : SEO
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Caffeine-containing nut : KOLA
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Goddess of peace : IRENE
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Isaac's father, in the Bible : ABRAHAM
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Game with a bat : TEEBALL
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Gives permission : ENABLES
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Proud and regal : LEONINE
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Like some casts or teams : ALLSTAR
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Actor Wheaton : WIL
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Strive to achieve : TRYFOR
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Over the bounds : TOOFAR
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Composer Schumann : CLARA
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Susan G. ___ (breast cancer advocacy organization) : KOMEN
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Transfer, as a tulip : REPOT
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It's unrefined : ORE
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Summer hrs. in Pittsburgh : EDT
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Japanese currency : YEN

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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