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New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Scooter brand whose name means "wasp"

Author:
Will Nediger
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 38 for Mr. Nediger.
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© 2021, The New York Times5/26/21 ( No. 26,132 )
Across
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Hairstyle for Billy Preston : AFRO
5
Pacific nation composed of 250+ islands : PALAU
10
Fairy tale baddie : OGRE
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Brest milk : LAIT
15
Cold War concern, for short : HBOMB
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Spot for an ibex : CRAG
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Event with minutes that might last hours : BUSINESSMEETING
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What choristers may sing in : UNISON
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Persistently bothers : TORMENTS
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Shania Twain's "___! I Feel Like a Woman!" : MAN
23
Bacillus shape : ROD
25
Left after taxes : NET
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Purchase inspired by a New Year's resolution, often : GYMMEMBERSHIP
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Diamond parts that are rounded : BASES
35
Transport from Seattle to Bainbridge Island : FERRY
36
Kerfuffle : ADO
37
Poet Dove : RITA
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Hardly iffy : SOLID
39
Avocado or olive products : OILS
40
Computing pioneer Lovelace : ADA
41
Made a peeling? : PARED
42
Sound, e.g. : INLET
43
Rubella, by another name : GERMANMEASLES
46
Suffix with "most," redundantly : EST
47
Item sometimes made with pikake flowers : LEI
48
Director DuVernay : AVA
51
Surname of father-and-son Latin pop singers : IGLESIAS
56
Chair wheel : CASTER
58
Ominous request from a teacher ... or a hint to the first words (and following letters!) of 17-, 26- and 43-Across : SEEMEAFTERCLASS
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Scandinavian name whose masculine equivalent ends in "-var" : INGA
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Get a sense of : GAUGE
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Show with booths : EXPO
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Stash belowdecks : STOW
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"... unless I'm wrong" : ORNOT
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Gorilla expert Fossey : DIAN
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Song collection : ALBUM
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Animals of a region : FAUNA
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Future celebrity : RISINGSTAR
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Inventor Boykin who helped develop the pacemaker : OTIS
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Wunderkind : PHENOM
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Prominent features on firefighter calendars : ABS
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Played paper against scissors, e.g. : LOST
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Food, in a food fight : AMMO
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Tech-obsessed sort, perhaps : UBERNERD
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Largish chamber groups : OCTETS
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Cheshire cat's signature feature : GRIN
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Tirade : RANT
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They run when they're broken : EGGS
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Standards : NORMS
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Rock powder used as an abrasive : EMERY
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Warp : DEFORM
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Vote of support : YEA
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Hockey game interruption, maybe : MELEE
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Like some suites : BRIDAL
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Waves from the curb, say : HAILSATAXI
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Duty-free? : IDLE
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Blog entry : POST
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Crow : BRAG
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Gofer : AIDE
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Major pilgrimage destination in Spain : SANTIAGO
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Number aptly found in "loner" : ONE
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So last year : PASSE
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___ crest (part of the pelvis) : ILIAC
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Granny, in the South : MEEMAW
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It's meant to be kept : SECRET
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Scooter brand whose name means "wasp" : VESPA
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Crime in insurance investigations : ARSON
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Goddess sister of Nephthys : ISIS
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Courteous chap : GENT
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Kind of block : LEGO
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Way off : AFAR
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Knock for a loop : STUN
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"Ethan Frome" vehicle : SLED
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Literally, "I" : EGO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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