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New York Times, Monday, February 24, 2020

47-Down : Orange or grape drink brand

Author:
Jacob Stulberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jacob Stulberg

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Stulberg.
Jacob Stulberg notes:
I constructed and submitted this puzzle in 2016 without even considering the then-upcoming anniversary of its subject. Four years ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
A few months ago, Will Shortz mentioned that he had too many "hidden words" themes on file. Ever since then, I've noticed just how ... read more
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© 2020, The New York Times2/24/20 ( No. 25,675 )
Across
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Like show horses' hooves : SHOD
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Twisted person : SICKO
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___ constrictor : BOA
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One of the 12 tribes of Israel : LEVI
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At full speed, in nautical lingo : AMAIN
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Back of a horse : RUMP
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Persia, nowadays : IRAN
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Jules who wrote "Journey to the Center of the Earth" : VERNE
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Mars' counterpart, in Greek myth : ARES
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Cop's canine companion : POLICEDOG
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What a door swings on : HINGE
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Where many draftees were sent in the '60s : NAM
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Workers with a daily grind? : BARISTAS
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Opposite of a purebred : MONGREL
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Sets of points, in math : LOCI
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W.W. II German sub : UBOAT
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Failing grades : EFFS
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Crosby, Stills, ___ & Young : NASH
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Where roots take hold : SOIL
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Ancient Greek meeting place : AGORA
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Arts-and-crafts supply : GLUE
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Menial worker : SERF
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Wise one : SAGE
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Unmitigated : UTTER
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Make turbulent : ROIL
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Toss back tequila, perhaps : DOSHOTS
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Direct clashes : FACEOFFS
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Like the hours shortly after midnight : WEE
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Swimming (in) : AWASH
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Starts shooting : OPENSFIRE
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Antidrug agent, informally : NARC
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What a pet may be transported in : CRATE
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Weaving machine : LOOM
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Device for recording shows : TIVO
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Many a waiter around Hollywood : ACTOR
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Tiny bit : ATOM
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Consumed : ATE
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Ones anxious to take driver's ed, typically : TEENS
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Like venison that's been sitting awhile : GAMY
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___ of the tongue : SLIP
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Odysseus, in the "Odyssey" : HERO
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Track shape : OVAL
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Having a meal under the stars, e.g. : DININGALFRESCO
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"Hel-l-lp!" : SAVEME
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Chatted on the internet, for short : IMED
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Tree with edible pods : CAROB
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Ninth-century English monarch known as "the Great" : KINGALFRED
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Telephone button that doesn't have letters : ONE
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Singed : BURNT
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Letter after phi, chi, psi ... : OMEGA
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Church recesses : APSES
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Activity depicted in a famous 2/23/1945 photograph ... and in three of this puzzle's answers : RAISINGTHEFLAG
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Supermarket vehicle : CART
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Juice drink brand with a hyphen in its name : HIC
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Civil rights activist Parks : ROSA
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Dishevel : MUSS
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Instrument with a brief solo in Beethoven's Fifth : OBOE
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Black: Fr. : NOIR
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What a law that hasn't been repealed still has : LEGALFORCE
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Typical London weather : FOG
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___ sax : ALTO
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Tallow source : SUET
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That woman's : HERS
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"Yeah, I'm real sure!" : ASIF
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Puts to work : USES
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"Nice one!" : OOH
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Ones named in deeds : OWNERS
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Orange or grape drink brand : FANTA
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Be in store for : AWAIT
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Do the honors with the turkey : CARVE
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Flurry : SPATE
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Boys' school near Windsor : ETON
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Tiny bit : IOTA
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Place on a Clue board : ROOM
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Award shaped like a winged woman : EMMY
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Tabby : CAT

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle.

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