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New York Times, Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Person known by a single name, as found in 20-, 29-, 47- and 55-Across

NOTE: This is the syndication date. The puzzle was published in the New York Times on Tuesday, March 30, 2021.
Author:
Alex Rosen and Brad Wilber
Editor:
Will Shortz
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13/30/20211
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Alex Rosen
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572/19/20053/30/202130
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1.60011
Brad Wilber

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Rosen. This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Wilber. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Constructor notes:
ALEX: Our original idea for a revealer was ONE NAMED SINGERS. But when we added EMINEM, we weren't sure if he'd be considered a ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Debut! And with Brad! Brad Wilber is such a great guy and the former editor of the Chronicle of Higher Education's crossword, which ... read more
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© 2021, The New York Times3/30/21 ( No. 26,075 )

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Across
1
Workers with taxing schedules, for short? : CPAS
5
Japanese brewery : ASAHI
10
Who's the Boss? : HUGO
14
Prefix with pad : HELI
15
Big name in vacuum cleaners and fans : DYSON
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Cell with 23 unpaired DNA strands : OVUM
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Longtime co-star of Mariska Hargitay on "Law & Order: SVU" : ICET
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Big Mac ingredient : ONION
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Taste with a little zip : TANG
20
Compensating reduction of greenhouse gas emissions : CARBONOFFSET
23
Stomach soother : ANTACID
24
Bedouin stopping points : OASES
28
Loops in, in a way : CCS
29
360° martial arts maneuver : SPINKICK
32
Willy of children's literature : WONKA
35
Abbr. on a scenic overlook sign : ELEV
36
Slippery : EELY
37
Fourth word of the "Star Wars" prologue : AGO
38
Person known by a single name, as found in 20-, 29-, 47- and 55-Across : MONONYM
41
Little shut-eye : NAP
42
Swivel on an axis : SLUE
44
Some barbecue fare : RIBS
45
Subside : ABATE
47
Distance for a first down : TENYARDS
49
Leading female role in "Pulp Fiction" : MIA
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Collectible car of the late '50s : EDSEL
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Sleep inducer of folklore : SANDMAN
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Greedy person's cry : MINEMINEMINE
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Tennis's Nadal, to fans : RAFA
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In the midst of : AMONG
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One of the sisters in Chekhov's "Three Sisters" : OLGA
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Obligation to do something : ONUS
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Color slightly : TINGE
66
Swerve (into) : VEER
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Where one might go through withdrawal? : BANK
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"Animal House" character named for an animal : OTTER
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Blunders : ERRS
Down
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Girl, in Guadalajara : CHICA
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Pie nut : PECAN
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"___ the media!" : ALERT
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Partner of "relax" : SITBACK
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Mortal lover of Aphrodite : ADONIS
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Gathering of bishops : SYNOD
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"You wish!" : ASIF
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Body part where a shoe goes : HOOF
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Some establishments next to airports : INNS
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Provocative, quickly produced opinion piece : HOTTAKE
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Campus designed by Thos. Jefferson : UVA
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Word with ray or tommy : GUN
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"Srsly?!" : OMG
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Philosopher who lent his name to a "razor" : OCCAM
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Seemingly forever : EON
25
Tuscan city : SIENA
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Stroke of brilliance : ECLAT
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Modern kind of call : SKYPE
29
Opposites of picker-uppers? : SLOBS
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Calligraphy tools : PENS
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Climber in academia? : IVY
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It may be hazardous : WASTE
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Looked at lustfully : OGLED
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Majority of Mad Libs entries : NOUNS
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Mystery writer Blyton : ENID
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Only defenseman to have won the N.H.L. scoring title (1970, 1975) : ORR
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Down East, to a New Englander : MAINE
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Flight sleeping aid : EYEMASK
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"Uh-oh, you shouldn't have done that!" : BADMOVE
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Mahershala with two Oscars : ALI
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Makeshift crib, once : MANGER
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Burn slightly : SINGE
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Distance runner : MILER
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___ management : ANGER
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Looms, say : NEARS
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Kind of alphabet : NATO
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Send out : EMIT
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French peak : MONT
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Hold up : ROB
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Japan's largest carrier : ANA
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When tripled, 1964 Beach Boys hit : FUN

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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