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New York Times, Saturday, June 8, 2024

Author:
Daniel Sheremeta
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Blog:
When fur first came into fashion?
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Daniel Sheremeta

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Sheremeta. Saturday freshness: 52%
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© 2024, The New York Times6/8/24 ( No. 27,241 )
Across
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When fur first came into fashion? : AGEOFMAMMALS
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Mix in the kitchen : BROWNIEBATTER
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Letter of the law? : CEASEANDDESIST
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Snatches : GRABS
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Certain squeeze : BEAU
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Org. created on Nov. 19, 2001 : TSA
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Hoops might hang from them : EARS
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Place to look inward? : XRAYLAB
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Digital collectible, for short : NFT
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Forward-looking sorts : SEERS
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With 34-Down, full license : CARTE
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"You said it!," informally : TRUEDAT
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What creates a line for the shower? : METEOR
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Kerouac, for one : BEATNIK
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Coins in a biblical parable : TALENTS
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Harry Potter, e.g. : ORPHAN
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Range : BREADTH
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What you will? : ASSET
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Many Ukrainians : SLAVS
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None of the Supreme Court Justices in Barbie Land : MEN
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Make over : RESHAPE
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Starter home? : WOMB
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Touch : DAB
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Mind : TEND
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Capital city that's 7,200+ feet above sea level : SANAA
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Psychoanalytic theory regarding a daughter's relationship with her father : ELECTRACOMPLEX
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Group overseeing bridges and tunnels : PORTAUTHORITY
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Live ostentatiously : PUTONTHERITZ
Down
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Ishmael's people : ARABS
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Dishy rumors, in slang : GOSS
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Pronoun in a rebus puzzle : EWE
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Temporarily apart, say : ONABREAK
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Sculpture, e.g. : FINEART
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Times for self-care : MEDAYS
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Singer whose debut 1988 album had a record four #1 hits : ABDUL
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Novelist Rita ___ Brown : MAE
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High points: Abbr. : MTS
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Working away : ATIT
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Minus : LESS
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Quinceañera celebrant: Abbr. : SRTA
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Misleading market downturns, in financial lingo : BEARTRAPS
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Creative hobbyists : CRAFTERS
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What comes before X, Y and Z : GEN
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Marked, in a way : XEDIN
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Express options since 2000 : ACELAS
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Held : BATED
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Booker's workplace : SENATE
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Flat bread? : RENTMONEY
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100% : TOTHEMAX
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Ventilator settings, for short : ERS
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King Arthur's father : UTHER
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Irish girl's name that's one letter off from a shade of purple : MAEVE
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One might get a meal wrapped up : BOA
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Stage opening, perhaps : TRAPDOOR
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See 24-Across : BLANCHE
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Place to stick the knife in : SHEATH
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Court org. : NBA
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Swagger : STRUT
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The final dance in "The Nutcracker," for one : WALTZ
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Sparrow portrayer : DEPP
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Baseball family name : ALOU
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Curmudgeon of children's TV : BERT
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Stick in the fire : SPIT
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Silicon Valley exec : CTO
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Soak up the sun : TAN
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Test in a tube, for short : MRI

Answer summary:
6 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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