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New York Times, Saturday, March 16, 2019

Band that composed the soundtrack for "Risky Business"

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Rows: 15, Columns: 16 Words: 71, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Ries. Jeff Chen's Puzzle of the Week pick.
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© 2019, The New York Times3/16/19 ( No. 25,330 )
Across
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Subjects in paleoclimatology : ICEAGES
8
Cell, in Britain : MOBILE
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Lose at a gaming table : CRAPOUT
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Overly dry, perhaps : TEDIOUS
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Boxer who retired in 2017 : BARBARA
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Huge transfer from one computer system to another : DATADUMP
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Midcentury year : MML
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Popular U.K. tourist attraction : LONDONEYE
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Trip guide : GPS
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Outback predator : DINGO
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Like shellfish : TREF
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Vatican money, once : LIRE
30
Strays : WANDERS
32
Best effort : ALL
33
Place next to a pulpit, often : AMENCORNER
35
Put forward : OPINE
37
Something San Francisco was known for in the 1960s : PSYCHEDELICMUSIC
39
Eliza Doolittle, to Henry Higgins : TUTEE
40
It comes in cartridges : PRINTERINK
41
Extractable resource : ORE
42
"Ta-ta!" : TOODLES
44
1980s spinoff of "The Dukes of Hazard" : ENOS
45
Everglades deposit : PEAT
47
First name in children's literature : ROALD
48
Loll around, in slang : VEG
49
1947 Hope/Crosby film : ROADTORIO
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Grp. with the motto "Deo vindice" : CSA
55
Rural husband in a 1940s-'50s film series : PAKETTLE
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Board at a station : ENTRAIN
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Shoe style : OPENTOE
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Put up with put-downs, say : ATEDIRT
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Advise : MENTOR
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Rick who starred in "Little Shop of Horrors" : MORANIS
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Titan or Atlas, for short : ICBM
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Make final preparations? : CRAM
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Blend flavored with bergamot : EARLGREYTEA
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Statewide call, maybe : APB
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Things on a bucket list : GOALS
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Coin with a map on its reverse : EURO
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Dog that often has shaved hindquarters : STANDARDPOODLE
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Metaphor for overnight success : METEOR
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Singer nicknamed "The Jezebel of Jazz" : ODAY
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Luxury hotel amenity : BIDET
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Collector's item? : IOU
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"___ and Abner" (old radio show) : LUM
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Inexplicable skill : ESP
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Band that composed the soundtrack for "Risky Business" : TANGERINEDREAM
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"White Noise" novelist : DONDELILLO
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Evening engagement : DINNERDATE
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Parts of pounds : PENCE
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Up to no good : RAISINGCAIN
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Phenomenon associated with the Southern Oscillation : ELNINO
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Motes : FLECKS
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Accessory for many a telecommuter : LAPTOP
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"No question" : IMSURE
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Job experience? : WOE
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Certain : SOME
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Three-time All-Star outfielder Lemon : CHET
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Liquefy, in a way : PUREE
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Price abbr. : CTS
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One making a delivery : ORATOR
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River whose source is in Staffordshire : TRENT
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Person who's on a roll : VOTER
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Comics canine : OTTO
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Loving : INTO
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Assistant to millions : SIRI
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Army in the field? : ANTS
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Juice brand : POM
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Go ___ : APE
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Grasp : KEN
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Amt. often shown in mgs. : RDA

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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