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New York Times, Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Company that built the Unisphere for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair

Author:
Kristian House
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {Q} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. House. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Jeff Chen notes:
GONZO JOURNALISM is one of the most colorful phrases I've seen in a while. I wasn't totally sure what it meant, but it came back ... read more
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© 2015, The New York Times3/3/15 ( No. 23,856 )
Across
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Treat similar to a Yodel : HOHO
5
What RuPaul dresses in : DRAG
9
Extent : SCOPE
14
Big name in computers : ACER
15
Gentle hill : RISE
16
"Congrats!" : KUDOS
17
Shoulder muscle, informally : DELT
18
He played one of the lead roles in the film version of 50-/55-Across : JOHNNYDEPP
20
Gambler's last words? : ALLIN
22
Tattled : TOLD
23
Writing style popularized by 35-Across : GONZOJOURNALISM
30
Native Nebraskan : OTO
31
Flagmaker Ross : BETSY
32
Misrepresent : BELIE
33
Fragrant neckwear : LEIS
34
Bone below the elbow : ULNA
35
Author of 50-/55-Across : HUNTERSTHOMPSON
42
"Looking at it differently ...," to a texter : OTOH
43
"___ kleine Nachtmusik" : EINE
44
How some right turns are made : ONRED
46
One who sniggles : EELER
47
"Toy Story" dinosaur : REX
50
See 35-Across : FEARANDLOATHING
53
Some Wharton degs. : MBAS
54
Image on the last page of an alphabet book : ZEBRA
55
See 35-Across : INLASVEGAS
61
Flimflam : SCAM
62
Aussie known for sleeping most of the day away : KOALA
63
Elegance : LUXE
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Leviathan-like : HUGE
65
Physicist Mach : ERNST
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Something cooked in a slow cooker : STEW
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Summers on the Seine : ETES
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Tried : HADAGO
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Spotted cat : OCELOT
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"Not a chance!" : HELLNO
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Baseball slugger David known as Big Papi : ORTIZ
5
N.B.A. star who started in the A.B.A. : DRJ
6
1982 double-platinum Duran Duran album : RIO
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Bat wood : ASH
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Aristocrats : GENTRY
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Space station that crashed in 1979 : SKYLAB
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Get cozy together : CUDDLEUP
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Laudatory verse : ODE
12
Punch in the face, informally : POP
13
Subj. of a thought experiment : ESP
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Result of a 1995 Québec secession referendum : NON
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Aristocrat : NOBLE
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Razz : JEER
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Soulful Redding : OTIS
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Company that built the Unisphere for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair : USSTEEL
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Woes of society : ILLS
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___-Japanese War : SINO
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Signify : MEAN
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Foot for the Greek god Pan : HOOF
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___ Reader (alternative magazine) : UTNE
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Romance novelist Roberts : NORA
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Long johns : THERMALS
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Big city on the Big Island : HILO
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Draft classification : ONEA
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Neighbor of the Ricardos on "I Love Lucy" : MERTZ
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Pats lightly : DABSAT
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Famous flops of the '50s : EDSELS
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Barbecue beef choice : RIBCUT
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Make hot under the collar : ENRAGE
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Event featuring motocross and snocross : XGAMES
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Maritime org. : NAV
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Pronoun with a slash : HESHE
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"Likable" prez : IKE
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Neither's partner : NOR
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PC linkup : LAN
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Eviscerate : GUT
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Give the boot : AXE
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Darn, e.g. : SEW

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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