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New York Times, Thursday, June 24, 2021

Lucy van Pelt's frequent outburst to Charlie Brown ... or how to fill some squares in this puzzle?

Author:
Danny Lawson
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 32 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Lawson. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Danny Lawson notes:
I am utterly thrilled to be making my debut in the Crossworld today, and to be making it in the NYT makes it a dream come true! One of ... read more
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I tried to read a "Peanuts" book to my kids. After the barrage of confused questions about how Snoopy can balance on the top edge of ... read more
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© 2021, The New York Times6/24/21 ( No. 26,161 )
Across
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Michelangelo's only signed work : PIETA
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411 : INFO
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Like dewy grass : DAMP
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Did diddly squat : IDLED
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The "you" in the classic song lyric "I'm crossin' you in style some day" : MOONRIVER
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Caravan member, perhaps : NOMAD
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Stick with it : PERSEVERE
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In-flight call? : HEADSORTAILS
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Risky : DICEY
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"My b!" : OOPS
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Cosmetics giant : AVON
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Cat, in Catalonia : GATO
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"That's ridonculous" : SHAKINGMYHEAD
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Cry in a famous balcony scene : OROMEO
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___ Eshkol, third prime minister of Israel : LEVI
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Browbeat : COW
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Aster relative : TANSY
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Waste receptacle : BIN
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Timely : ONCUE
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Blood-typing system : ABO
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Release : EMIT
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Hair nets : SNOODS
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"Someone's going to pay for this!" : HEADSWILLROLL
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Warn with a horn : TOOT
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Caro who directed 2020's "Mulan" : NIKI
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Some remote inserts : AAAS
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City near the Temple of Isis : ASWAN
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Lucy van Pelt's frequent outburst to Charlie Brown ... or how to fill some squares in this puzzle? : YOUBLOCKHEAD
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One making a scene : STAGEHAND
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Woodwind section : OBOES
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"The highest result of education," per Helen Keller : TOLERANCE
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Oscar winner Berry : HALLE
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Picks : OPTS
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Without a leader? : TIED
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Take from one medium to another : ADAPT
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Fool : PINHEAD
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Exchanged promises : IDOS
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Love to Hug ___ (plush doll) : ELMO
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Spots for spots? : TEAROOMS
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Supplement : ADDTO
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Pucklike : IMPISH
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December number : NOEL
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Left behind : FORSAKEN
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Slip-___ : ONS
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Summer Olympics event : DIVING
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With, in France : AVEC
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"___ Christianity" (C. S. Lewis book) : MERE
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Quarry : PREY
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Guacamole ingredient : REDONION
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Lhasa ___ : APSO
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Nickname composed only of Roman numerals : VIV
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Moved up the corporate ladder, say : GOTAHEAD
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Many subjects of Scheherazade stories : ARABS
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Thus far : TONOW
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Bush appointee of 2006 : ALITO
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Marilyn ___, singer with the 5th Dimension : MCCOO
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"Oh, is that so?" : YOUDO
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Embark on the Oregon Trail, say : HEADWEST
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Drawing pencil? : EYELINER
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Indian rice dish : BIRIYANI
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"That's better than I expected!" : NOTSOBAD
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Leader in the civil rights movement, in brief : MLK
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Hunk : SLAB
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Since fore-e-ever : INAGES
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Praised : LAUDED
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Pacific greeting : ALOHA
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For : ASTO
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"Cut that out!" : STOP
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Frazier in the Basketball Hall of Fame : WALT
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Historically : ONCE
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Pop choice : COLA
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Plantlike growth held up by gas-filled bladders : KELP
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Piece of equipment for a telemarketer : HEADSET
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Top gear : HAT

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