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New York Times, Friday, April 28, 2023

Author:
Malaika Handa and Erik Agard
Editor:
Will Shortz
Sitcom joke involving a change in setting
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53/2/20235/6/20241
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Malaika Handa
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7811/6/20123/22/202441
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118791014181
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281.6054562%
Erik Agard

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Handa. This is puzzle # 76 for Mr. Agard. Friday freshness: 7%
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© 2023, The New York Times4/28/23 ( No. 26,834 )
Across
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Sitcom joke involving a change in setting : CUTAWAYGAG
11
Hollow, perhaps : LAIR
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What plastic wrap is designed for : ONETIMEUSE
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___ something : ONTO
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Zesty liqueur : LIMONCELLO
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Not following, maybe : LOST
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Lift up : EXALT
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Part of a paw print : PAD
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Surname that's also transliterated as Zuo : TSO
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Cautionary conjunction : LEST
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Buzzkill's response while playing Would You Rather : NEITHER
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On, say : LIT
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Bird named for a Titan : RHEA
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Bad mouths? : SNEERS
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"___ was!" ("No way!," in German) : ACH
35
Panels at anime conventions : MANGA
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Asian wrap : SARI
38
Gil Scott-Heron poem inspired by 1969 events : WHITEYONTHEMOON
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Mouthy? : ORAL
43
This old thing? : RELIC
44
Lump : NUB
45
World capital whose last two letters are its first two letters upside down : MOSCOW
47
Curing agent : SALT
48
High key : ESC
49
Where the first five counting numbers are "üks kaks kolm neli viis" : ESTONIA
51
Knife cut : SLIT
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___ Nguyen Dan (celebration of spring) : TET
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Major lobby in D.C. : NEA
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Lead-in to mail or box : VOICE
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Lover of Rochester, in fiction : EYRE
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World capital on the Aker River : OSLONORWAY
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Scar line? : ROAR
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Priceless, in a way : NOTFORSALE
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Participates in a Seder, say : SUPS
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Deification : APOTHEOSIS
Down
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King of verse : COLE
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System for servers : UNIX
3
Ghanaian city that's an anagram of 27-Down : TEMA
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Coral arrangement : ATOLL
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Fruit also called a wax gourd : WINTERMELON
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Theater inits. : AMC
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"___-haw!" : YEE
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[This is looking very bad for me] : GULP
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Literary stand-in for Christ : ASLAN
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Glam rock pieces? : GEODES
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Text that's often an exaggeration : LOL
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"Where do all of these keep coming from?!" : ANOTHERONE
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"I think I can see a future with him" : ITSSERIOUS
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Turning points : ROTORS
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Actress Mitchell of "Pretty Little Liars" : SHAY
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Range just below 55-Down : TENOR
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One eating a lot of wings : INSECTIVORE
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New York Liberty, e.g. : TEAM
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Translation of "torah" : LAW
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Select words? : ICHOOSEYOU
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Sexy selfie posted on social media, in lingo : THIRSTTRAP
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French film director Varda : AGNES
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Provider of a broad world view : ATLAS
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One may be ordered "con todo" : TACO
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Sledding site : HILL
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Division of Comcast : NBC
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Poetic considerations : METERS
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Activist LaDuke who was twice a Green Party vice-presidential candidate : WINONA
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Man known for his morals : AESOP
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Middle section : TORSO
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See 24-Down : ALTO
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"___ born by the river / In a little tent" (start of Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come") : IWAS
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Sactown's locale : CALI
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Looks over : EYES
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Sounds of uncertainty : ERS
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Way more than ne'er : OFT
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Japanese masked drama : NOH

Answer summary:
5 unique to this puzzle.

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