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New York Times, Saturday, April 6, 2024

Author:
Byron Walden
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Cinderella's calling card
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Byron Walden

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 25 Missing: {FJQX} Puzzle has duplicate clues. This is puzzle # 108 for Mr. Walden. Saturday freshness: 91%
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© 2024, The New York Times4/6/24 ( No. 27,178 )
Across
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Vivacious : BUBBLY
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White Russians, e.g. : CZARISTS
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"That just clicked" : AHISEE
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Competitor on "MasterChef" : HOMECOOK
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Can't they all just git along? : DOGIES
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High station : EMINENCE
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Lands resoundingly : THUDS
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Eponymous Milwaukee brewer Frederick : PABST
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Cue word : NOW
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Intend : HOPE
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Deep shade of blue : LAPIS
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Something that many people share : MEME
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Dodgers' foes, for short : IRS
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Film with the tagline "In space, no one can hear you clean" : WALLE
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Presented with a ticket : CITED
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"Heard enough?" : NEEDISAYMORE
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Request to chat : GOTASEC
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Option for claustrophobic patients : OPENMRI
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Book it! : RESERVEDSEAT
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London dunderhead : HOSER
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___ van Rossum, programmer who created the Python language : GUIDO
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Lead-in to location : DIS
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Ideal for home theaters, for short : INHD
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Notably circular formations on Mars : DUNES
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Cup alternative : PINT
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Ruckus : ADO
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___ table : CRAPS
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Flowers that are a source of the anti-inflammatory drug colchicine : CROCI
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Afghan region whose name means "black cave" : TORABORA
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Gathering like Brick Fest Live, informally : TOYCON
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Encouraging signs in the market : UPTRENDS
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Cold weather outerwear : ANORAK
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Longtime name in Top 40 radio : SEACREST
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Stereotypical beatnik accessories : BERETS
Down
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Demerit : BADTHING
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Onetime treat with chocolate creme and vanilla cookies : UHOHOREO
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Cinderella's calling card : BIGUPSET
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Under cut? : BSIDE
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Winemaking sediment : LEES
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Thick envelope during admissions season, say : YES
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For a song : CHEAPLY
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Pictures where people are headscarfed? : ZOMBIEMOVIES
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Off : AMISS
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"Take Me or Leave Me" musical : RENT
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Off : ICE
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"Death Be Not Proud," for one : SONNET
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On tap : TOCOME
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Oblique : SKEWED
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Court order? : PALACEGUARDS
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Practices photodynamic therapy on : LASES
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Bearings : MIENS
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Older companion? : WISER
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Philosophy profession : CREDO
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Didn't shrink : DARED
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Pieces of punditry : OPEDS
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Nothing to write home about : MEDIOCRE
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Mac, for example : RAINCOAT
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"Zero stars" : ITSTINKS
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Present for the approval of : RUNPAST
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Show stopper? : HIATUS
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Not clean, in a way : ONDOPE
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Black heart? : SHORTA
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Didgeridoo sound : DRONE
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Recipient of the inaugural Mark Twain Prize for American Humor : PRYOR
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Many a ten-code user : CBER
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Cup alternative : CONE
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Azimuth, e.g. : ARC
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Check : TAB

Answer summary:
11 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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