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New York Times, Saturday, March 30, 2024

Author:
Blake Slonecker
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
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Blake Slonecker

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 24 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 4 Grid has supersymmetry. This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Slonecker. Saturday freshness: 72%
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© 2024, The New York Times3/30/24 ( No. 27,171 )
Across
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Tackle item hung from floaters : GILLNET
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Can : CRAPPER
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Instruction to trick-or-treaters : ONEEACH
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Stanley Cup edge : HOMEICE
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Los Alamos or Oak Ridge : LABSITE
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Rises in anger, maybe : REARSUP
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Loan insurance org. : FHA
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With 22-Across, pricey import : FOREIGN
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See 20-Across : CAR
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Unit in a financial economics course, perhaps : BONDS
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Kennedy center? : ENS
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Verb that becomes a five-letter alphabet run if you change its middle letter : ABIDE
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Bit of greenery in a rock garden : ALOE
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Literally, "milk" : LATTE
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They begin in janeiro : ANOS
32
Patient check-ins : GENTLEREMINDERS
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Means of excellence? : AAVERAGES
36
"No need to blame yourself" : ACCIDENTSHAPPEN
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Tough : GOON
43
Event with ribs, in two senses : ROAST
44
+/- : ORSO
45
Young partner : ERNST
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Golfer who qualified for a U.S.G.A. amateur championship at age 10 : WIE
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Locals go to all of them : STOPS
49
French : -ant :: English : ___ : ING
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When we forged ahead? : IRONAGE
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___ Records, onetime label for the Kinks and Petula Clark : PYE
54
Kitchen mess : SPATTER
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Beach breeze : SALTAIR
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Actor who played DJ Venus Flytrap on "WKRP in Cincinnati" : TIMREID
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Two-character Mamet play : OLEANNA
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Name in 2008 Wall Street news : STEARNS
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Reserves : NESTEGG
Down
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Wood source : GOLFBAG
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Much obliged? : INAHOLE
3
Where the Cedar Revolution took place : LEBANON
4
___ Bleus, nickname for France's World Cup team : LES
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Simple souls : NAIFS
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Prefix with parasite : ECTO
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Paradoxical line of amazement : THEREARENOWORDS
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When the lights go out? : CHRISTMASSEASON
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Director Nicolas : ROEG
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Whirlpool subsidiary : AMANA
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Coming from : PER
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Like some schools : PISCINE
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Home to Mount Chimborazo, whose summit is the farthest point from Earth's center : ECUADOR
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Keep in the back of one's mind, perhaps : REPRESS
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At least consider : ENTERTAIN
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Holds up : DETAINS
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Pickle : BADSPOT
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Seesaw, for instance : LEVER
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Black ball : EIGHT
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Stripling : LAD
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Grp. concerned with digital learning : NEA
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Culprits behind some forced retirements : AGEISTS
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Play area at a harvest festival : CORNPIT
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Flimflam : CONGAME
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Camper's fuel : PROPANE
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Making out : ESPYING
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Hanky, slangily : NOSERAG
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Concentration in chemistry : TITER
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Tennis star with a famed 1995 comeback : SELES
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Free ___ : REIN
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Big blow : GALE
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Refrain syllable : TRA
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Sylvester, to Tweety : TAT

Answer summary:
3 unique to this puzzle, 4 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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