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New York Times, Friday, May 28, 2021

63-Across : Protester's cry

Author:
Andrew J. Ries
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Ries.
Jeff Chen notes:
I think there will be plenty who gloss over the brilliance of today's clues, one in particular: [Model's makeup, often]. Even after ... read more
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© 2021, The New York Times5/28/21 ( No. 26,134 )
Across
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Building with many drafts : BEERBAR
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Got clean : BATHED
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"Heavenly" dessert with a lemony filling : ANGELPIE
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Space between the ribs of an insect wing : AREOLA
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Unresolved detail : LOOSEEND
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One-pointer in horseshoes : LEANER
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Woman's name that sounds like two letters of the alphabet : ESSIE
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Pad : DIGS
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Without a match : LONE
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Econ. stat : GDP
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Enticing spot : TEASERAD
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Gay rights pioneer Marsha P. Johnson, for one : TRANSICON
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Bud's place : EAR
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"I'm ___, she's mine" (repeated lyric in "Do Wah Diddy Diddy") : HERS
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Movement to reduce frivolous lawsuits : TORTREFORM
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Early p.m. : AFT
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Renowned football club founded in 1899 : ACMILAN
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Golfer's concern : LIE
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"Vice" principal? : DICKCHENEY
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T-Bonz treats brand : ALPO
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Bob ___, Canadian ambassador to the U.N. : RAE
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Curve cutter : SCROLLSAW
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"Isn't that strange?" : WEIRDHUH
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Collar : NAB
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Resort with a "no snowboarders" policy : ALTA
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More than outstanding : EPIC
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They produce results : TESTS
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Discipline based on the principles of yin and yang : TAICHI
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White House reception locale : EASTROOM
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Leaves a grave impression, perhaps : ETCHES
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What's not working? : FREETIME
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Protester's cry : RESIST
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Brand whose famous slogan contains a double negative : SARALEE
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Roll in the hay? : BALE
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905-year-old in Genesis : ENOS
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Clash of the titans? : EGOS
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Throws in the towel : RESIGNS
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Runs : BLEEDS
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Great ___ : APE
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Tough skin : RIND
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Model's makeup, often : BALSA
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Is for more? : ARE
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Bit for a fortuneteller : TEALEAF
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90s groups? : HONORROLLS
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First name on the Supreme Court : ELENA
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Had the gall : DARED
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Post master? : EDITORINCHIEF
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Not so hard : GENTLER
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Topic for a voice coach : PITCH
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Taken in : SEEN
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Jazz trumpeter Jones : THAD
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Offer you might have less interest in, for short? : REFI
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Ones who might use oils in a pan? : ARTCRITICS
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Surfaces : COMESUP
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Fabric made from cellulose : RAYON
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Seacrest's partner on morning TV : RIPA
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Cat's 'sup? : MEOW
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Didn't just excel on : ACED
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Home of Jinnah International Airport : KARACHI
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Province named for a daughter of Queen Victoria : ALBERTA
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Second : LATTER
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Word with hold or holy : WATER
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Lift up : ELATE
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Job that usually requires a face covering : HEIST
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Parts of roller coasters : CARS
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Potter's substance : SOIL
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Antithesis of light reading? : TOME
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Aide to Captain Hook : SMEE
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"___ Your Dog, Charlie Brown" (TV special) : HES
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"Finding Nemo" setting : SEA

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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