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New York Times, Monday, June 25, 2018

Message clicked on by an online buyer ... or a hint for 17-, 24-, 39- and 51-Across

Author:
Kathy Wienberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Kathy Wienberg

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {J} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Wienberg. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Kathy Wienberg notes:
When I researched the phrase ADD TO CART, I was surprised that it had not been used, as far as I know, as a reveal. The easy part was ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
ADD TO CART is a modern phrase, fun to build a puzzle around. In this case, TEA cart, SHOPPING cart, GOLF cart, APPLE cart. I like ... read more
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© 2018, The New York Times6/25/18 ( No. 25,066 )
Across
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Classic name for a poodle : FIFI
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Branded cotton swab : QTIP
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Much-prized golden statuette : OSCAR
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Black, in poetry : EBON
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___ Bell : TACO
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Tract of low-growing shrubs : HEATH
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Locale for a traditional Japanese ceremony : TEAGARDEN
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Source of pancake syrup : MAPLE
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Toll units for semis : AXLES
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Israeli gun : UZI
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Lead-in to fall : PRAT
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Slip of paper to take to the grocery : SHOPPINGLIST
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Louis who developed a rabies vaccine : PASTEUR
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High-five sound : SLAP
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Yoko who loved John : ONO
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Places with lions and giraffes : ZOOS
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Sushi bar eel : UNAGI
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The Masters and others : GOLFTOURNAMENTS
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Sign in a broadcast booth : ONAIR
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___ John letter : DEAR
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Part of the body that's stubbed : TOE
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Marsh grass : REED
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Risky bridge play : FINESSE
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Classic Austrian pastry : APPLESTRUDEL
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Homophone of 46-Across : READ
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___-la-la (song syllables) : TRA
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Rubs the wrong way : MIFFS
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Actress Zellweger : RENEE
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Message clicked on by an online buyer ... or a hint for 17-, 24-, 39- and 51-Across : ADDTOCART
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Obvious : OVERT
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"Hold the ___" (deli order) : MAYO
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Build-it-yourself furniture chain : IKEA
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___ corgi (dog breed) : WELSH
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Hunted animal : PREY
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Pre-twentysomething : TEEN
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Crumbly cheese : FETA
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Mountain goat : IBEX
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Stable newborn : FOAL
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Consume : INGEST
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15 min. of college football : QTR
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Tiny amount : TAD
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Acquire a winter coat? : ICEUP
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___ scheme (scam) : PONZI
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Unit of electrical resistance : OHM
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Flier that can take off from water : SEAPLANE
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Apparel also known as clamdiggers : CAPRIPANTS
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Rand McNally book : ATLAS
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Scarlett's Butler : RHETT
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Tennis legend Arthur : ASHE
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Electees : INS
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Anise-flavored liqueur : OUZO
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Peacockish : PROUD
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Down in the mouth : GLUM
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"We have met the enemy and he is us" comic strip : POGO
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Ever and ___ : ANON
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Green energy source that might go on top of a house : SOLARPANEL
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Rock with valuable nuggets : ORE
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Not just a glitch : SNAFU
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Old sporty Pontiacs : GTOS
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"So that's it!" : ISEE
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Fly ball catchers : FIELDERS
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Genealogical chart : TREE
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Desert-dry : ARID
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"Spring forward" letters : DST
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Disney clown fish : NEMO
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Draw out : ELICIT
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Cupid's missile : ARROW
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Pet ___ : PEEVE
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Walk with heavy steps : TRAMP
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Speed reader? : RADAR
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Not real : FAKE
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Gratis : FREE
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Lee of Marvel Comics : STAN
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Biblical verb ender : ETH
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Clothes colorer : DYE
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Slinky or Silly Putty : TOY

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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