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New York Times, Monday, April 30, 2018

Author:
Bruce Haight
Editor:
Will Shortz
Blog:
Singer Grande with the #1 albums "Yours Truly" and "My Everything"
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Bruce Haight

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 38 for Mr. Haight. Jeff Chen's Puzzle of the Week pick. Monday freshness: 89%
Bruce Haight notes:
I remember driving down the freeway a year ago and hearing someone on the radio use JOCKEYS as a synonym for underwear. I think some ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Nearly the Platonic ideal of Monday crosswords. Catchy theme phrases, fun concept, strong bonuses in the longer fill, little to no ... read more
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© 2018, The New York Times4/30/18 ( No. 25,010 )
Across
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Quick drinks, as of whiskey : SHOTS
6
What one might be after doing 1-Across : TIPSY
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"___ be my pleasure!" : ITD
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Trunk of the body : TORSO
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Run off to the preacher : ELOPE
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Neither's partner : NOR
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Underwear for judges? : LEGALBRIEFS
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Ginger ___ (soft drink) : ALE
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Singer Grande with the #1 albums "Yours Truly" and "My Everything" : ARIANA
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Terminates : ENDS
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The "O" of B.Y.O.B. : OWN
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Underwear for Frisbee enthusiasts? : DISCJOCKEYS
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Feeling of a person stranded in the desert : THIRST
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Silvery hair color : ASHGRAY
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Mediocre : SOSO
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Who says "To be, or not to be: that is the question" : HAMLET
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Underwear for beginners? : AMATEURBOXERS
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Soap operas, e.g. : DRAMAS
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What "I" or "me" refers to : SELF
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Belgian diamond center : ANTWERP
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Fixed charge : SETFEE
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Underwear for actors? : MOVIESHORTS
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"Gross!" : EWW
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One direction for an elevator : DOWN
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Romantic hopeful : SUITOR
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Nasty Amin : IDI
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Underwear for tycoons? : CASHDRAWERS
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Furry sitcom alien : ALF
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Like the moon landing, according to conspiracists : FAKED
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___ Marie, singer of the 1985 hit "Lovergirl" : TEENA
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Director Spike : LEE
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"Woo-hoo!" : OHYAY
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English class assignment : ESSAY
Down
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Cardinals, on scoreboards : STL
2
Soil tiller : HOE
3
Any living thing : ORGANISM
4
Romanov ruler : TSAR
5
Opponent of stripes in billiards : SOLIDS
6
Shore fliers : TERNS
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Relating to part of the pelvis : ILIAC
8
Who wrote the line "Once upon a midnight dreary ..." : POE
9
Rating on a Coppertone bottle, for short : SPF
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"Indubitably!" : YES
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More ridiculous : INANER
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"See, I was right!" : TOLDYA
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Like formal clothing : DRESSY
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Worms for fishing : BAIT
21
Heart health evaluation, for short : EKGTEST
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Extra periods, in brief : OTS
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"Stop right there!" : WHOA
25
Doorframe parts : JAMBS
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Nobel Peace Prize city : OSLO
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Cereal in a party mix : CHEX
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Victory in an away game : ROADWIN
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"Well, I never!" : HUMPH
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Notre Dame's Parseghian : ARA
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Part of an arbor : TREE
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Distinctive features of Mr. Spock : EARS
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Whistle blowers : REFEREES
38
Whole bunch : SLEW
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Small bunch : FEW
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It goes from about 540 to 1700 : AMDIAL
43
Casserole bit : NOODLE
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Laura vis-à-vis Rob Petrie, on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" : TVWIFE
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Use a swizzle stick : STIR
46
Property in a will : ESTATE
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Actor Milo : OSHEA
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Rosy-cheeked : RUDDY
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Has bills : OWES
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Corp. money honcho : CFO
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"How relaxing!" : AAH
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Where clouds are : SKY
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Genetic stuff : RNA
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Second word of "The Star-Spangled Banner" : SAY

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

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