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New York Times, Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Emmy nomination number for which Susan Lucci finally won for playing Erica Kane on "All My Children"

Author:
Sam Buchbinder
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Will Shortz
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Rows: 16, Columns: 15 Words: 77, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Buchbinder. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2020, The New York Times4/8/20 ( No. 25,719 )

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Not be heard from anymore : GODARK
7
Tom who created Jack Ryan : CLANCY
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Shakespearean fairy king : OBERON
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Something to practice percussion on : DRUMPAD
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Humorist Ambrose who once defined "alone" as "in bad company" : BIERCE
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Fans that jeer the home team, informally : BOOBIRDS
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Quick attack groups : STRIKEFORCES
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Club booklet : BYLAWS
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Blind followers : SHEEP
24
Tennis star Nadal, to fans : RAFA
27
Like the leftmost stripe on le drapeau français : BLEU
29
Deli loaf : RYE
30
"THERE you are!" : AHA
31
Like many TV news interviews : SPLITSCREEN
35
Emmy nomination number for which Susan Lucci finally won for playing Erica Kane on "All My Children" : NINETEEN
37
Little bit : IOTA
38
Comic actress Rudolph : MAYA
39
Went 0 to 60, say : GUNNEDIT
43
Producer of jingle-jangle in the pocket : SPARECHANGE
46
"Good for the earth" prefix : ECO
47
Horror film director Aster : ARI
48
Grasp : HOLD
49
Coffee or beer, informally : BREW
50
Coke and RC : COLAS
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Mom on "Modern Family" : CLAIRE
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Aid for a Thanksgiving chef : TURKEYBASTER
61
Reverse course, slangily : PULLAUEY
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Wing it? : AVIATE
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Cry at a revival : IMSAVED
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Kind of sale : REDTAG
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Clicked the double vertical bar on a YouTube video : PAUSED
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Precipitates unpleasantly, in a way : SLEETS
Down
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Oodles : GOBS
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Dead space? : OBIT
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Howl : wolf :: bell : ___ : DEER
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Exuberant cry south of the border : ARRIBA
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Title film character who declares "Nobody owes nobody nothing" : ROCKY
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Show obeisance : KNEEL
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Gator's cousin : CROC
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Some garage jobs : LUBES
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Eschewers of military service : AMISH
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"Ask Me Another" airer : NPR
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Scoundrel : CAD
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Fabric measures: Abbr. : YDS
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Real English county on which Thomas Hardy based the fictional Wessex : DORSET
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Where you might roll the starts of 17-, 31-, 43- and 56-Across : BOWLINGALLEY
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George Orwell's "Animal Farm," e.g. : FABLE
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Nook, e.g. : EREADER
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One of eight on most spiders : EYE
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Part of an animal farm : PEN
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Was in charge of : RAN
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Fish on a sushi menu : AHI
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Gushing letters : FANMAIL
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On drugs, say : USING
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Bump on a lid : STYE
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Beaut : PEACH
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Driving test obstacle : CONE
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GPS suggestion: Abbr. : RTE
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What may have a ring to it? : EAR
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10/24 celebration of global cooperation : UNDAY
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Makeup of Elsa's castle in "Frozen" : ICE
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Drag : TOW
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Kind of fly : SAC
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Whiz : PRO
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Pawned : HOCKED
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Next to : BESIDE
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Part of some encyclopedias : ATLAS
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Smooth : SUAVE
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Certain building beams : IBARS
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Get tangled up : RAVEL
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Had some second thoughts about : RUED
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___ Modern : TATE
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Division politique : ETAT
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Rules and ___ : REGS
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One of 21 on a die : PIP
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Actress Thurman : UMA
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Sch. whose newspaper is The Daily Reveille : LSU

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