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New York Times, Monday, April 8, 2024

Author:
Peter Gordon
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Radioactive element discovered by the Curies
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Peter Gordon

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 Puzzle has duplicate clues. This is puzzle # 128 for Mr. Gordon. Monday freshness: 18%
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© 2024, The New York Times4/8/24 ( No. 27,180 )
Across
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17-syllable Japanese poem : HAIKU
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Government agent targeting counterfeiters, in dated lingo : TMAN
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Petty quarrel : TIFF
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Like your big brother or sister : OLDER
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Conceal : HIDE
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Locker room emanation : ODOR
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1971 Cat Stevens hit that would be apt to play during a 46-Across : MOONSHADOW
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Spanish painter Joan : MIRO
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Fish in an unagi roll : EEL
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Charged particles : IONS
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Smallville family : KENTS
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2007 Santana hit that would be apt to play during a 46-Across : INTOTHENIGHT
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Gear for a racehorse or rock climber : HARNESS
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Witty reply to "You're the kind of person who asks too many questions" : AMI
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Touched down : ALIT
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Cuts of beef that may be slow-roasted : BRISKETS
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1997 U2 hit that would be apt to play during a 46-Across : STARINGATTHESUN
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Radioactive element discovered by the Curies : POLONIUM
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Italian wine region : ASTI
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In the style of : ALA
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Shown to the door : SEENOUT
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Event across the U.S. on 4/8/24 ... and, with 57-Across, 1983 Bonnie Tyler hit that would be apt to play during a 46-Across : TOTALECLIPSE
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Message sent through cyberspace : EMAIL
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International grp. with many African members : OPEC
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Greek T : TAU
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This emoji: 🤓 : NERD
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See 46-Across : OFTHEHEART
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Fairy tale monster : OGRE
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International grp. with many European members : NATO
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Argentina's Perón : EVITA
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Beams of light : RAYS
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Boys-only school since 1440 : ETON
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Like corgis, by origin : WELSH
Down
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Where a remote worker works from : HOME
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Soothing balm ingredient : ALOE
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Object of adoration : IDOL
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"Barbie" role for Ryan Gosling : KEN
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Bearlike : URSINE
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Archnemesis of the Avengers : THANOS
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In the ___ of (among) : MIDST
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Hubbub : ADO
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Not secondhand : NEW
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Marisa of "Crazy, Stupid, Love" : TOMEI
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Carding at a bar, for short : IDING
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Back and ___ : FORTH
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Winter ground covering : FROST
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Red ___ (spicy candies) : HOTS
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Potato turnover in a Jewish deli : KNISH
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Kind of class labeled "101" : INTRO
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Comedian Kevin : HART
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Give off, as light : EMIT
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Slotted piece that fits behind a padlock : HASP
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Choir voice : ALTO
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Currency of Iran or Yemen : RIAL
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"Kapow!" : BAM
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Cartoonist Bil who created "The Family Circus" : KEANE
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Canadian gas station name : ESSO
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Ballerina's skirt : TUTU
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Peevish state : SNIT
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Counting everything : INALL
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Aswan Dam's river : NILE
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Dip with avocado, casually : GUAC
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Tube that uses gravity to transfer liquids : SIPHON
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Olympic fencing event : EPEE
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Deliberately avoid : ESCHEW
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Choir voice : TENOR
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Last letter of the Greek alphabet : OMEGA
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Dillydally : TARRY
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White House staffers : AIDES
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Powerball game : LOTTO
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Manx cat's lack : TAIL
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They may be liberal : ARTS
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State with Arches National Park : UTAH
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Common uniform number for a soccer goalkeeper : ONE
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___ Tuesday (Mardi Gras) : FAT
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Holiday preceder : EVE

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

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