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New York Times, Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Author:
Zachary David Levy
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Blog:
Post-panel sesh
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Zachary David Levy

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {K} Puzzle has duplicate clues. This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Levy. Tuesday freshness: 47%
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© 2024, The New York Times5/21/24 ( No. 27,223 )
Across
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Hit a serve past : ACED
5
Ballet dancer's bend : PLIE
9
Lightens (up) : EASES
14
Word after golden or slide : RULE
15
Often-discarded part of a fruit : RIND
16
Canonized person : SAINT
17
Cheat sheets : CRIBNOTES
19
Post-panel sesh : QANDA
20
Male cat : TOM
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Big name in public opinion research : PEW
23
It might be poked : FUN
24
Cry of disgust that sounds like 24-Down : UGH
27
Fruit also known as calabash : BOTTLEGOURD
31
"Yeah, I suppose" : GUESSSO
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Soup kitchen utensils : LADLES
34
Stare open-mouthed : GAPE
35
Target, as a wide receiver : PASSTO
38
Outbuilding for many a historic home : CARRIAGEHOUSE
43
Millennial's successor, informally : GENZER
44
Tennis do-overs : LETS
46
"That's pretty nifty!" : OHNEAT
49
Fashion house whose logo features Medusa : VERSACE
52
Counterpart to a landline : MOBILEPHONE
55
Appreciative text : THX
56
Schedule abbr. : ETA
57
Middle name for Alec Baldwin and Carly Jepsen : RAE
58
Go the other way : ZAG
60
Indian royals : RAJAS
63
Make safer, in a way ... or what the starts of 17-, 27-, 38- and 52-Across might be? : BABYPROOF
68
Pageant topper : TIARA
69
Often-discarded part of a fruit : STEM
70
Inactive : IDLE
71
One-___ bandit : ARMED
72
Biblical pronoun : THEE
73
Nonnegotiable thing : NEED
Down
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Airplane's path on a flight map, often : ARC
2
Junkyard dog : CUR
3
Roth of "Inglourious Basterds" : ELI
4
Red scare? : DEBT
5
Sneak previews : PROMOS
6
Happening, in modern parlance : LIT
7
Bumbling : INEPT
8
Old car make named for Henry Ford's son : EDSEL
9
Abbr. on a lawyer's business card : ESQ
10
Highly rated, as a bond : AAA
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Iniquitous : SINFUL
12
Stick it out : ENDURE
13
Array at a farmer's market : STANDS
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Noggins : NOBS
22
Language in which "w" can be a vowel : WELSH
24
Australian boot brand : UGG
25
Green dip, familiarly : GUAC
26
Purifying filter acronym : HEPA
28
November birthstone : TOPAZ
29
One purring in Peru : GATO
30
Nonalcoholic beer brand : ODOULS
32
Composer Rachmaninoff : SERGEI
36
Ripen : AGE
37
Kind of motor used in robotics : SERVO
39
Down-to-earth : REAL
40
Lead-in to mingle or mezzo : INTER
41
Ticket assignment : SEAT
42
Cut quite a figure? : ETCH
45
Something a prenatal ultrasound can determine : SEX
46
Mafia code of silence : OMERTA
47
Windbag's output : HOTAIR
48
Classic video game with the catchphrase "He's on fire!" : NBAJAM
50
Biological catalyst : ENZYME
51
Collect what's been sown : REAP
53
"Blue Ribbon" brewer : PABST
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Toffee bar brand since 1928 : HEATH
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Beam : GRIN
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"What ___ the odds?" : ARE
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Down in the dumps : SAD
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Wax producer : BEE
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Shelley's "To a Skylark," for one : ODE
66
World Cup chant : OLE
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Put quarters in, as a meter : FED

Answer summary:
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