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New York Times, Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Author:
Evan Kalish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Evan Kalish

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Kalish. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Evan Kalish notes:
Glad to be back! The inspiration for this puzzle was a concept I very much enjoyed by Andrew Reynolds. I remember wondering how in the ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Anagrams are often too difficult to figure out, which risks solvers not bothering to go back and untangling them. I like that Evan ... read more
Jim Horne notes:
Evan Kalish, in his notes above, dismisses ANTE-PENULTIMATE as uninteresting. It's a great word! Perhaps he's unfamiliar with Flanders ... read more
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© 2019, The New York TimesNo. 0521 ( 25,396 )

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Across
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Automaker with Supercharger stations : TESLA
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Quarreling : ATIT
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Identifies, as in a Facebook photo : TAGS
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"Peer Gynt" composer : GRIEG
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Let go of : CEDE
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Word before "a hint," "a line" or "the ball" : DROP
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"Oh, it's nothing to concern yourself with" : IGNORETHAT
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Rose with 4,256 major-league hits : PETE
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___ machine (stage effect maker) : FOG
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Cleveland's lake : ERIE
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"The Divine Comedy" writer : DANTE
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Omits mention of : LEAVESUNSAID
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Lethargy : MALAISE
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Golden-years savings vehicles, for short : IRAS
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Strand, as during a winter storm : ICEIN
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Australian boot brand : UGG
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Abu Dhabi's land, for short : UAE
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Has a huge impact ... or a hint to this puzzle's circled letters : CHANGESTHEWORLD
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Cry when encountering 26-Down : EEK
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Red 40 or Yellow 6 : DYE
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Made less strenuous : EASED
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Profit : GAIN
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Genre for the Harry Potter books : FANTASY
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Ones with private ambitions? : ARMYRECRUITS
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"Wait, you think I did that?" : WHOME
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PIN points? : ATMS
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Long March leader : MAO
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Tie up, as a ship : MOOR
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Extra song on an album : BONUSTRACK
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Actress Paquin who won an Academy Award at age 11 : ANNA
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Febreze target : ODOR
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Better trained : ABLER
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Twitter platform? : NEST
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Chromosome component : GENE
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Comic Radner of early "Saturday Night Live" : GILDA
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End-of-the-week cheer : TGIF
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Therefore : ERGO
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Let secrets out : SING
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July-August sign : LEO
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On the same page : AGREEING
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Not idle : ACTIVE
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Little chuckle : TEHEE
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State between Wash. and Mont. : IDA
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Vietnamese New Year : TET
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Six-point accomplishment for a QB : TDPASS
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Sports venue : ARENA
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Mobster John : GOTTI
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Go 50 in a school zone, say : SPEED
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Notable times in history : ERAS
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Material in a cell's nucleus : DNA
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Reclined : LAIN
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[Ah, me] : SIGH
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Desire : URGE
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Little scurriers : MICE
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Result of overexertion : ACHE
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Reason to replace a fuel line : LEAK
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Sport-___ (multiterrain vehicle) : UTE
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___ Major : URSA
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Some draft selections : ALES
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Swirl above a drain : EDDY
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Actress Falco : EDIE
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Match up : SYNC
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Attended a party without a date : WENTSTAG
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Some food for a horse : OATS
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One doing heavy lifting, informally? : GYMRAT
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"___ you insane?" : ARE
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Its time has not yet come : FUTURE
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Goals : AIMS
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"Jeez Louise!" : AWMAN
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Primary outflow of Lake Geneva : RHONE
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Jupiter's Ganymede and Europa : MOONS
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Kept going and going : RANON
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Development that might compete with a downtown : MALL
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Did an amazing job on : ACED
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Gumbo green : OKRA
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Marsh : BOG
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Laudatory poem : ODE
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One of four for a grand slam, for short : RBI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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