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New York Times, Sunday, May 12, 2024

Author:
Avery Gee Katz
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Certain streaming library
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 71 This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Katz. Sunday freshness: 89%
Joel Fagliano notes:
Avery Gee Katz, of Santa Clara, Calif., is a user experience designer at a software company. She comes from a puzzle-loving family — the first crossword she ever made was a Father's Day ... read more
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© 2024, The New York Times5/12/24 ( No. 27,214 )
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Depicts unfairly : SKEWS
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Monitor : WATCH
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Fruits exchanged on Chinese New Year : ORANGES
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"Moo, Baa, ___!" (classic children's book) : LALALA
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Egg, in Spanish : HUEVO
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Where to find signs with circles, squares and diamonds : SKIAREA
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"My only request ..." : ALLIASK
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Young's partner in accounting : ERNST
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Original host of MTV's "Total Request Live" : CARSONDALY
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Stay cool : BEATTHEHEAT
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Bit of body art : TAT
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They come in twice a day : TIDES
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Metal ring that holds a pencil's eraser : FERRULE
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Title Disney character of 1998 : MULAN
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Overhaul : REDO
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Tourist destination in Baja California Sur : CABOSANLUCAS
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Band shirts? : TUBETOPS
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Letter-shaped construction piece : IBAR
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Zoomed, perhaps : MET
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Beam at a bar : JIM
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Dr. ___, talk show host with the catchphrase "Get some" : RUTH
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Test for an M.A. seeker : GRE
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Hit the gas : GUNIT
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Lady Gaga vis-à-vis Billie Eilish, e.g. : LABELMATE
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Multipurpose tool for a mountaineer : ICEAX
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Fixed : STATIC
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Dal ingredients : LENTILS
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Note in the B major scale : DSHARP
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Programming language used in government and banking : COBOL
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Triple ___ : SEC
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Cloud nine, so to speak : EUPHORIA
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No more than : MERE
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Formula 1 tour stop since 2023, informally : VEGAS
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O.C.'s region : SOCAL
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Negative contraction : ISNT
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"Sounds right to me" : IDAGREE
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Boy band that went on hiatus in 2023 for army service : BTS
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No fan : HATER
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"___ in the Rain" : SINGIN
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Camper's vessel : COOKPOT
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Struck : XEDOUT
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Fried chicken, cornbread, collard greens, etc. : SOULFOOD
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Property at an intersection : CORNERLOT
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Actor Pascal of "The Last of Us" : PEDRO
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Author Rand : AYN
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Pulitzer-winning author Jennifer : EGAN
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Fair-hiring inits. : EEO
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Like some kisses : WET
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Wart-covered critter : TOAD
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Digital "container" associated with Bitcoin : CRYPTOWALLET
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Dystopian classic whose title comes from "The Tempest" : BRAVENEWWORLD
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Metonym for the U.S. Congress, with "the" : HILL
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Stuck : MIRED
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Tarot card featuring a howling wolf : THEMOON
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Mountain nymph : OREAD
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Waterproofing material : TAR
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Picture book with characters like Odlaw, Wizard Whitebeard and Woof : WHERESWALDO
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Batter-fried bento dish : TEMPURA
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Part of a princess costume : TIARA
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Nike and others : DEITIES
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Palm tree product used in skin care : COCONUTOIL
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Statistical calculation : ERROR
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Safe investment options, informally : TNOTES
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Secret option? : AEROSOL
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Factory ___ : RESET
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"Barbie" director Gerwig : GRETA
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Hunk of meat : SLAB
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Vegetable with a "dinosaur" variety : KALE
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Civil rights activist Baker : ELLA
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Suspense-building words : WAITFORIT
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Schedules : SLATES
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Ride : WHEELS
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Mysterious glows : AURAE
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Focus for a pitching scout? : TENT
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Rx chain : CVS
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Jet setting : HOTTUB
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Prominent figure at the Academy Awards : OSCARSTATUE
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Studio behind "Bringing Up Baby" : RKO
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More informal version of 70-Across : AINT
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Low points : NADIRS
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School group : GRADE
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Fished with traps, perhaps : EELED
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Parental authority : SAYSO
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Spiritual hermitage : ASHRAM
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Core : KERNEL
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Certain streaming library : HULUCATALOG
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Push notifications, e.g. : ALERTS
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They're kept under wraps : MUMMIES
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Things to stub out, for short : CIGS
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Have a side in common : ABUT
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Actor Eric : BANA
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Starts to fall : TILTS
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Trawl for personal information : PHISH
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___ O'Malley Dillon of the Biden White House : JEN
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Clock innards : GEARS
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___ to go : RARIN
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Many an attendee of Gertrude Stein's Paris salons : EXPAT
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Start of a winning row : TIC
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Go on and on about : BELABOR
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"The cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems," per Homer Simpson : ALCOHOL
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Celebrity chef Roy : CHOI
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Group of witches : COVEN
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Two-family dwelling : DUPLEX
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Frequent antagonist of Winnie-the-Pooh : BEE
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Have something : EAT
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Home to the University of Montana : MISSOULA
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Enlighten : EDIFY
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Kept going and going : RANON
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Breakfast brand with a rhyming slogan : EGGO
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Refused to answer questions : STONEWALLED
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One buying a stuffed mouse, perhaps : CATOWNER
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Van Halen's contract once had one that specified no brown M&M's : RIDER
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Olympic event since 1968 : SKEET
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Good or bad name, for short : REP
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Against : CONTRA
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Not against : PRO
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It might come with a plunger : DETONATOR
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What squiggly lines can represent : ODOR
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Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
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Maiden name of an 1860s first lady : TODD
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What can symbolize 50 : CAPITALL
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Was thick (with) : TEEMED
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Spot for recess on a rainy day : GYM
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Like some short tennis matches : TWOSET
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Keep rhythm with, in a way : CLAPTO
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Al ___, discus thrower in the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame : OERTER
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1995 blockbuster with numerous historical inaccuracies : BRAVEHEART
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Blowing away : WOWING
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Drink often served with marshmallows : HOTCOCOA
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___ Joliot-Curie, chemist daughter of Marie : IRENE
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Primate that exists only on the world's fifth-largest island : LEMUR
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Pang : THROE
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Daft Punk and Outkast, for two : DUOS
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Polemology is the study of them : WARS
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Word on some yogurt labels : LITE
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Bug bite preventer : DEET
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Greek peak : OSSA
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Where Simone Biles won four golds : RIO
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Source of much U.S. immigration in the 1840s: Abbr. : IRE

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