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New York Times, Tuesday, May 10, 2022

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NOTE: This is the syndication date. The puzzle was published in the New York Times on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.
Author:
Bruce Haight
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bruce Haight

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Haight.
Bruce Haight notes:
I remember hearing the phrase "Hold my beer" in a sitcom a couple years ago and immediately finding a pencil and paper to see if I ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
HOLD MY BEER! I hadn't encountered this phrase until it debuted in a themeless, but I've seen it everywhere since. Great riff today, ... read more
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© 2022, The New York Times4/5/22 ( No. 26,446 )
Across
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Doesn't include : LACKS
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Very top : APEX
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Vegetable in borscht : BEET
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___ cat : ALLEY
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Drifting ice : FLOE
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Stow, as cargo : LADE
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Fragile art form crafted with air and heat : BLOWNGLASS
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Chair parts that tend to wear out quickly : ARMS
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Source of bills, for short : ATM
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Paint application : COAT
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Piece of material used to strengthen a garment : INSET
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Props for "It's the Hard-Knock Life" in "Annie" : MOPS
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Starter on the mound, often : ACEPITCHER
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Censoring sounds : BLEEPS
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___ Gatos, Calif. : LOS
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Sch. in Columbus : OSU
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Supplement : ADDTO
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Longtime home appliance brand : AMANA
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What "X" might mean : TEN
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Type who's out of touch with reality : SPACECASE
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Veer sharply : ZAG
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Church donation : TITHE
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Some frozen drinks : ICEES
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Wrath : IRE
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Something about nothing, perhaps : ADO
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Candy piece with white sprinkles : SNOCAP
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Metaphorical source of some government funds : PORKBARREL
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Snack (on) : NOSH
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Running on ___ : FUMES
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Burden : ONUS
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Situation that might lead to extra time : TIE
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"By Jove!" : ISAY
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Comment before a stupid stunt ... or a hint to the ends of 17-, 25-, 36- and 50-Across : HOLDMYBEER
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Jay with a "Garage" : LENO
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It's a thought : IDEA
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Desktop accessory : MOUSE
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Home of the tree of knowledge : EDEN
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Nuisance : PEST
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Gets ready to wash, say : SORTS
Down
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Classic rock standard with Spanish lyrics : LABAMBA
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Considering everything : ALLTOLD
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Walked heavily : CLOMPED
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London's ___ Gardens : KEW
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Align, as multiple devices : SYNC
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Company with a "spokesduck" : AFLAC
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Division of the earth's crust : PLATE
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Dawn goddess : EOS
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Important markings on treasure maps : XES
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Mont ___, highest of the Alps : BLANC
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A voice might be heard within this : EARSHOT
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Attorney general under Ronald Reagan : EDMEESE
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Lab simulation : TESTRUN
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Pretend to be, at a Halloween party, say : GOAS
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"You should never, ever do this!" : ITSASIN
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Divisions for weightlifters : SETS
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Spot : PLACE
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College in New Rochelle, N.Y. : IONA
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Soda can features : POPTABS
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Best ___ (Academy Awards category) : ACTOR
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"It doesn't excite me much" : MEH
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Opera set in Egypt : AIDA
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"Micro" or "macro" subject, for short : ECON
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Holder of compressed data : ZIPFILE
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Stirred up : AROUSED
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Relevant : GERMANE
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Portmanteau for a radical environmentalist : ECOTEUR
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Like crosswords on Monday vis-à-vis those in the rest of the week : EASIEST
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Baseballs and basketballs, but not footballs : SPHERES
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Neglected neighborhood : SLUM
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Turn one's attention to : KEYON
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Parts : ROLES
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Finish by : ENDAT
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Jazz singer Sylvia : SYMS
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In the know : HIP
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Phillis Wheatley wrote one "to Neptune" : ODE
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"Get off the stage!" : BOO

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle.

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