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New York Times, Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Author:
Ellen Leuschner
Editor:
Will Shortz
Sister to Angelica and Peggy in "Hamilton"
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Ellen Leuschner

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 9 for Ms. Leuschner. Tuesday freshness: 28%
Ellen Leuschner notes:
After a hiatus of over six years, it's nice to be back with the Times. This puzzle went through multiple revisions after its initial ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Day one of "WTF does Jeff know, anyway?" Ellen and I were trading ideas a while back, and she pinged me with this concept. I liked it ... read more
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© 2023, The New York Times2/7/23 ( No. 26,754 )
Across
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Donations : ALMS
5
Think ahead : PLAN
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Willing to enter a lion's den, maybe : BRAVE
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Organizer of a couples cruise? : NOAH
15
Greek goddess of marriage : HERA
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Justice Ruth ___ Ginsburg : BADER
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Fraternity party attire that is traditionally Roman, not Greek : TOGA
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Buchanan-Duck-Duke : DAISYCHAIN
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Fishtail, maybe : SKID
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Confront : FACE
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Ending with plug or trade : INS
23
Snack-motivated Great Dane of toons : SCOOB
26
Under the most unfavorable circumstances : ATWORST
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Paris Métro-BART-London Underground : SUBWAYSERIES
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"Great" primate : APE
33
Bona fide : REAL
34
"Well, ___ your heart!" : BLESS
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Info on a trading card : STAT
40
Some undergarments : SLIPS
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Not deceived by : ONTO
44
Distinction : HONOR
46
Brother (and husband) of 15-Across : ZEUS
48
Actor Aykroyd : DAN
49
Fender-Gibson-Yamaha : GUITARSTRING
53
"My treat!" : ITSONME
56
Opposite of save : SPEND
57
Future degree for one taking the GMAT : MBA
58
Forever stamp letters : USPS
61
Is up, in baseball : BATS
63
Silverado-Ram-Tundra : PICKUPLINE
67
Home to Bryce Canyon : UTAH
68
___ code (404 Not Found, e.g.) : ERROR
69
Homecoming attendee, for short : ALUM
70
Word with circular or nail : FILE
71
Optimal : IDEAL
72
State flower of 67-Across : SEGO
73
Took a nosedive : FELL
Down
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Members of a certain colony : ANTS
2
Admires : LOOKSUPTO
3
One of several traded for Jack's family cow, in a fairy tale : MAGICBEAN
4
One getting shorter throughout the morning : SHADOW
5
Third degree? : PHD
6
Scott Joplin's "Maple ___ Rag" : LEAF
7
Operatic solo : ARIA
8
Org. for Jeff Gordon : NASCAR
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Something to watch on a telly : BBC
10
Stadium shout : RAH
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Famed firefighter Red : ADAIR
12
Containers of blood or ore : VEINS
13
Surrealist Max : ERNST
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Beast in rare "sightings" : YETI
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Galley propeller : OAR
25
Farewells : BYES
27
Spider's creation : WEB
28
Capital founded during the Viking Age : OSLO
29
Bit of pageant attire : SASH
30
Bryan Batt's role on "Mad Men" : SAL
31
Sister to Angelica and Peggy in "Hamilton" : ELIZA
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Finish without anyone winning : ENDINATIE
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Act confidently : STANDTALL
37
Ballad, e.g. : SONG
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Like some restaurant orders : TOGO
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___ capita : PER
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Puzzle (out) : SUSS
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Cry in an emergency : RUN
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Longtime sponsor of 8-Down : STP
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"No need to wake me" : IMUP
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Some electric cars : TESLAS
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Give the cold shoulder : REBUFF
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Louvre Pyramid architect : IMPEI
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Car mentioned in the Beach Boys' "Fun, Fun, Fun" : TBIRD
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"___ bleu!" : SACRE
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Heap : PILE
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Like a bug in a rug : SNUG
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Author/illustrator Silverstein : SHEL
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Big inits. in R.V. hookups : KOA
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Online address, in brief : URL
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Introspective rock genre : EMO

Answer summary:
1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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