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New York Times, Saturday, June 4, 2022

L.G.B.T. rights activist Windsor

Author:
Scott Earl
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Earl.
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© 2022, The New York Times6/4/22 ( No. 26,506 )
Across
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Senator after whom Honolulu's airport is named : INOUYE
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Mag, e.g. : PUB
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No longer available, in a way : SOLD
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The burger chain In-N-Out has a famous one : SECRETMENU
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Transport unlikely to operate in the summer : TBAR
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Play it cool : ACTNATURAL
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Like muesli : OATY
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Formal name for 11-Down, in brief : ACA
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March word : HUP
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Savanna and tundra : BIOMES
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Sets of closing notes : CODAS
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Area near a stage : PIT
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Museum pieces you might find to be moving? : OPART
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Personal identifier in the Deaf community : NAMESIGN
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Actual employer of some "government consultants," in brief : CIA
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Mentor to a queen : DRAGMOTHER
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Right this way? : EAST
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Muscle-relieving tools for runners : ROLLERS
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Source of oils used in wellness : TEATREE
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Source of oils used in wellness : ALOE
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Trio in some bios : SHEHERHERS
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___ chem (101-level course, familiarly) : GEN
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Course you need a compass to navigate? : GEOMETRY
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Lowest-ranking member of a group : OMEGA
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___ & Roll (punny name for a sushi bar) : WOK
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"I'll ___ it" : ALLOW
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Kind of motel : NOTELL
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Gram alternative : NAN
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"___ Sleeps Over" (classic children's book) : IRA
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L.G.B.T. rights activist Windsor : EDIE
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"Sigh ... never mind" : OHFORGETIT
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Beauties : GEMS
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Playground "immunization" : COOTIESHOT
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___ club : GLEE
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Partner of 53-Down : KEY
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Rocky Mountain National Park sights : ASPENS
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His burial place is said to be in Israel's Cave of Machpelah : ISAAC
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Onetime candy maker based in Revere, Mass. : NECCO
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The bits in a byte, e.g. : OCTAD
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Vote holder on "Survivor" : URN
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"Me, too" : YEAHSAME
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"You, too?!" : ETTU
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___ year : PER
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Spanish article : UNA
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It may be screwed up : BULB
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Lower oneself : STOOP
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Major legislation of the 111th Congress : OBAMACARE
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Sleepyhead, maybe : LATERISER
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All 48, following the Volstead Act : DRYSTATES
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Popular half-hour sketch comedy of the 1970s-’80s, with "The" : MUPPETSHOW
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+ or – something : ION
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It's a matter of degree : ANGLE
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Sort of : ISH
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Become one : TIETHEKNOT
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Inspector of British fiction : MORSE
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Salute, say : GREET
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It gets hatched in a fantasy novel : DRAGONEGG
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One to follow : ROLEMODEL
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Aid in avoiding distractions : ALONETIME
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___ alcohol : ETHYL
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Categorizes : ARRANGES
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Post-punk genre : EMO
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Partner in a barn dance, maybe : GAL
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Silly sorts : GEESE
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Like yoga instructors : LITHE
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Constellation with Betelgeuse and Bellatrix : ORION
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Radio broadcast units : WATTS
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Partner of 65-Across : LOCK
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What might be a strain in a theater? : ARIA
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One starting a row? : HOE
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Actress Claire of "The Crown" : FOY
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Medium strength? : ESP

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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