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New York Times, Friday, May 24, 2019

Author:
Stanley Newman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Stanley Newman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJK} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Newman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Stanley Newman notes:
This is my 24th New York Times crossword. It has been 983 days since my 23rd. My first was 35 years and 19 days ago. You see, I can't ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
QUEEN VICTORIA's 200th birthday! An excellent feature entry to build around, and so nice to catch the bicentennial. Can you imagine ... read more
Jim Horne notes:
I understand Stanley Newman's reticence to avoid well-worn clues, but no sneaky international law reference is going to stop me from ... read more
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© 2019, The New York TimesNo. 0524 ( 25,399 )
Across
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Too fast to be careful : SLAPDASH
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Stockpile : HOARD
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Gaze at, as someone's eyes : STAREINTO
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Tool used while on foot : EDGER
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Be heedful : LENDANEAR
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"___ LANDS!" (headline of 1927) : LINDY
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Shoe brand that's also a man's name : ALDO
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Exact match : TWIN
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Euphemism for Satan, with "the" : DEUCE
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Unctuous utterances : SMARM
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Prey for a heron : NEWT
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Short : SHY
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TV series inspired by Sherlock Holmes : HOUSEMD
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Someone glimpsed in a concert film, maybe : ROADIE
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Rum cocktail : MAITAI
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Need settling : PEND
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So-called "Grandmother of Europe," born 5/24/1819 : QUEENVICTORIA
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Boot : OUST
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Reached out with one's hands? : TEXTED
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Inventor of a 17th-century calculator : PASCAL
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One use for a tablet : EREADER
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La saison de juillet : ETE
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Backpack and its contents, e.g. : GEAR
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What a football penalty may be seen in : SLOMO
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Time being : NONCE
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Odds and evens, say : BETS
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Do so hope : PRAY
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Pioneering rocket scientist Wernher von ___ : BRAUN
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Fictional land named in some real-life international law cases : RURITANIA
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Worshiper of the war god Huitzilopochtli : AZTEC
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Opening of an account : ASIRECALL
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Like the sound of an oboe : REEDY
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Some descendants of 62-Acrosses : MEXICANS
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Patron of sailors : STELMO
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Horse-drawn four-wheeled carriage : LANDAU
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Passions : ARDORS
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Shade of green : PEA
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By ___ of : DINT
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Over : ANEW
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Bring discredit upon : STAIN
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Star of Broadway's "The Lady and Her Music," 1981 : HORNE
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Didn't stray from : HELDTO
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Cartoon character often shown with his tongue out : ODIE
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Mass movement : AGNUSDEI
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Cold War opponent, informally : REDCHINA
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Not moved at all : DRYEYED
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URL element : SLASH
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Rickrolling or the Dancing Baby, e.g. : MEME
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London or Manchester : WRITER
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Priciest 1952 Topps baseball card : MANTLE
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Shabby club : DIVE
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National Garden Mo. : APR
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Passes, informally : TIX
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Part of un opéra : ACTE
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Louis ___ (French king) : QUATORZE
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Grp. that no one under 30 can join : USSENATE
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One way to reduce a sentence : ETC
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Portion of Alexander Pope's work : ODES
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Amenity at many a wedding reception : OPENBAR
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F.B.I., e.g. : AGENCY
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Source for fine sweaters : ALPACA
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Jamie ___, co-star in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movies : DORNAN
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Modern cause of flooding : EMAILS
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Kind of jelly : ROYAL
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Presidential middle name : ABRAM
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Get more mileage from : REUSE
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Signaled to start : CUED
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Colorful breakfast bowlful : TRIX
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Who often says "I found this on the web" : SIRI
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Sam Spade, e.g., informally : TEC

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

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