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New York Times, Monday, February 4, 2019

Author:
Ali Gascoigne
Editor:
Will Shortz
Dirt ... or what 17-, 25-, 36- and 48-Across all have?
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Ali Gascoigne

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Gascoigne. Monday freshness: 27%
Ali Gascoigne notes:
It's a huge hono(u)r to be making my NYT debut. To think that people will be solving my puzzle makes me quite giddy. I was born in ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
INFO in OUT IN FO RCE? What a clever find. Great themer choices in general — T IN FO IL HAT, YOU'RE IN FO R IT NOW, BRA IN FO ODS ... read more
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© 2019, The New York Times2/4/19 ( No. 25,290 )
Across
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Two of a kind : PAIR
5
Buildings near barns : SILOS
10
Stinging insect : WASP
14
Bone alongside the radius : ULNA
15
Jack in a deck of cards : KNAVE
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Camera setting for amateur photographers : AUTO
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Paranoiac's headgear : TINFOILHAT
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Walked (on) : TROD
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Up, in baseball : ATBAT
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Straps for an equestrian : REINS
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Soak (up) : SOP
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Present en masse : OUTINFORCE
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Pen pal's plea : WRITEME
30
Like a Monday crossword, typically : EASY
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Actress Chlumsky of "Veep" : ANNA
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Part of the eye : IRIS
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In the past : AGO
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"This means trouble, my friend" : YOUREINFORITNOW
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Motor oil product : STP
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Hero fighter pilots : ACES
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Partner of "go seek" : HIDE
44
Celebrity : STAR
45
Keeps under surveillance : SPIESON
48
Blueberries and fatty fish, nutritionists say : BRAINFOODS
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Visitors from outer space, for short : ETS
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Without toppings : PLAIN
53
Walled city WNW of Madrid : AVILA
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Watermelon waste : RIND
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Dirt ... or what 17-, 25-, 36- and 48-Across all have? : INSIDEINFO
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Gives a tattoo to : INKS
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___ and true : TRIED
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Not spicy : MILD
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Soup to go with sushi : MISO
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Delicious : TASTY
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Potato, informally : SPUD
Down
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"___ 'er there!" : PUT
2
"The Greatest" boxer : ALI
3
Lodging for the night : INN
4
Tennis great Nadal, to fans : RAFA
5
One who's always looking for a lift? : SKIBUM
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What a worker who oversleeps will be : INLATE
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Christine of "The Blacklist" : LAHTI
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Eggs in a lab : OVA
9
Cry between "ready" and "go!" : SET
10
Diluted, as a drink : WATERY
11
___ Goldfinger (Bond villain) : AURIC
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Something skipped across a pond : STONE
13
Racing vehicles for Anakin Skywalker : PODS
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Nebraska native tribe : OTOE
21
Martini & ___ (brand of sparkling wine) : ROSSI
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Rocks from side to side : SWAYS
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"To be, ___ to be" : ORNOT
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Photo of Marilyn Monroe, once : PINUP
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Last emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty : NERO
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Not foul, as a baseball hit : FAIR
29
Toxic part of cigarettes : TAR
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Uncertainties : IFS
33
Licoricelike flavoring : ANISE
34
Title character who never arrives in a Beckett play : GODOT
35
Jesse of the Berlin Olympics : OWENS
37
"___ good in the neighborhood" (restaurant slogan) : EATIN
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Volunteer's words : ICAN
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Spongy toy material : NERF
40
First word of every "Friends" episode title : THE
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Declared : SAIDSO
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The first "S" in U.S.S.R. : SOVIET
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Onetime alias of Sean Combs : PDIDDY
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___ of Wight : ISLE
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Thin Russian pancakes : BLINI
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Places in order of preference : RANKS
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Desert stop for camels : OASIS
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___ and proper : PRIM
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Prepares to shoot : AIMS
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Cousin in the Addams family : ITT
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Arms-loving grp. : NRA
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Little bite : NIP
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Bug mostly seen in winter : FLU
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Peculiar : ODD

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