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New York Times, Friday, June 18, 2021

Trump is named in it

Author:
Daniel Larsen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 8, (2 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Larsen. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Daniel Larsen notes:
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© 2021, The New York Times6/18/21 ( No. 26,155 )
Across
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Bill Bryson book subtitled "Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail" : AWALKINTHEWOODS
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Give a scolding : CALLONTHECARPET
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Show whose logo replaces an "o" with a diamond ring : THEBACHELORETTE
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Actress Rowlands : GENA
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Look after : MIND
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Head for a cow, horse or lion? : SEA
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Book often stored horizontally : ATLAS
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Put a strain on : TAX
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Short jazz riff : LICK
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Johnny with 10 World Series of Poker bracelets : CHAN
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Reading area : DEN
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Spoils : TAINTS
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Mother of the four winds, in myth : EOS
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Cut off the back : BEEFLOIN
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High-risk game : RUSSIANROULETTE
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Many national anthems : WARSONGS
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"Errare humanum ___" : EST
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"Whatever works" : IMEASY
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Indifferent remark : MEH
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Hurdle for a future atty. : LSAT
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Something you're not likely to fork out? : SOUP
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Seventh word of the Gettysburg Address : OUR
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Home to the Imam Ali Mosque, built in the seventh century : BASRA
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___ Reactor (Iron Man's power source) : ARC
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Weathered, say : WORN
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"Je t'___" : AIME
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Products of Under Armour and Nike : ATHLETICAPPAREL
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"Could you give more detail?" : CARETOELABORATE
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Certain summer attire : SLEEVELESSDRESS
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Enter the picture? : ACT
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Muted trumpet sound : WAH
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Pub container : ALEGLASS
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Claim to fame for Freeport, Me. : LLBEAN
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Zen riddles : KOANS
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People who built the Qhapaq Ñan, or "Royal Road," which stretched roughly 3,700 miles : INCA
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High degree : NTH
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1960s spy series : THEMANFROMUNCLE
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Path an electron may take moving in a constant magnetic field : HELIX
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Nobel Prize subj. : ECON
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City section : WARD
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Lucky strike : ORE
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Gets on a mailing list, say : OPTSIN
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Pick up : DETECT
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Hearty dinner entrees : STEAKS
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Big name in laptops : ACER
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Grand : THOU
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Much of Gen Alpha, now : TEENS
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Train route : LINE
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Hon : DEARY
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Unsparing response to a complaint : TOUGH
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Isn't 100% : AILS
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Slant : BIAS
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Not a company person? : LONER
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Substitute : SWAP
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Mosaic tiles : TESSERAE
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Romanov V.I.P. : TSAR
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___ Candy, best friend of Wonder Woman : ETTA
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Jason who played Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter films : ISAACS
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Plaything for a Greek god : MORTAL
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Trump is named in it : EUCHRE
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Delilah player in 1949's "Samson and Delilah" : LAMARR
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Large bay window projecting from a wall : ORIEL
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Two-legged stand : BIPOD
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Cable channel owned by AMC Networks : WETV
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Great Plains people : OTOE
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Police dept. alerts : APBS
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Rebecca ___ Crumpler, first African-American female physician in the U.S. : LEE
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Small cells : AAS
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Org. that administers the G.R.E. : ETS
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French article : LES

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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