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New York Times, Saturday, April 27, 2019

Author:
Joe Deeney
Editor:
Will Shortz
Original title of Shakespeare's "Henry VIII" (the latter not used until the First Folio in 1623)
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Deeney.
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© 2019, The New York Times4/27/19 ( No. 25,372 )
Across
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Selling point : PLUS
5
Extra in 2009's "Public Enemies" : GMAN
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Pain in the ass? : BRAND
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Dawn of the Space Age? : EARTHRISE
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Primer libro del Nuevo Testamento : MATEO
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Subjective evaluation : ESSAYEXAM
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Crowdsourced compendia : WIKIS
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Autumn "invader" : LEAFPEEPER
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Delta deposit : SILT
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Swamps : FENS
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Live : AIRING
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Party mixers : DJS
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Ado : STIR
30
Stunted growth : BONSAI
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Big Ten school : IOWA
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Slightly : ATAD
36
Welcomed : LEDIN
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What one doesn't have in an emergency : THELUXURYOFTIME
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Protested, in a way : KNELT
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Half of a long-running Vegas show : PENN
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Prepare, as scallops : SEAR
43
Not permanent : ACTING
45
Scamper : DART
47
"Inside the N.B.A." channel : TNT
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Go ape : LOSEIT
50
Lake on the Arizona/Nevada border : MEAD
52
Email folder : SENT
53
Dutch craze of 1636-37, considered the first major speculative bubble : TULIPMANIA
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Actress Knightley : KEIRA
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Start running off? : GOTOPRESS
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Has left : ISOUT
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Fail to come to? : OVERSLEEP
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Core belief : TENET
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Make a homey home : NEST
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Fruity coolers : ADES
Down
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Spa option : PEEL
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Zap lightly : LASE
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Major thing in the heavens? : URSA
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Fill positions in : STAFF
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It's paid by polluters : GREENTAX
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Gets into a fistfight : MIXESITUP
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Stat : ASAP
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Site of one of Hercules' labors : NEMEA
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"Freude am Fahren" ("The joy of driving") sloganeer : BMW
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Movie theater purchase : RAISINETS
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Early 2000s low-carb fad : ATKINSDIET
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English author of "Stardust," "American Gods" and "The Graveyard Book" : NEILGAIMAN
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"If thou ___ marry, I'll give thee this plague for thy dowry": Hamlet : DOST
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Builds anticipation for : HYPES
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Tease : RIB
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Massage deeply : ROLF
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Five-time Pro Bowler with the Chicago Bears : DITKA
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Briton who wrote "A Fish Called Wanda" : JOHNCLEESE
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Mild topping for a burger : SWEETONION
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Rose on hind legs, with "up" : RARED
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Like helium : INERT
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Original title of Shakespeare's "Henry VIII" (the latter not used until the First Folio in 1623) : ALLISTRUE
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Blows up : DYNAMITES
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___ Reader : UTNE
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Subject to discipline after misbehavior : ONREPORT
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"Scram, you!" : GIT
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Presses down : TAMPS
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Gently pull : TUGON
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Alfalfa's sweetie in "The Little Rascals" : DARLA
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Playlet : SKIT
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Zero : LOVE
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Beg for : NEED
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"Makes sense" : ISEE
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Creatures that produce neurotoxins : ASPS
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Legal advocate: Abbr. : ATT

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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