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New York Times, Friday, July 10, 2020

Author:
John Lieb
Editor:
Will Shortz
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John Lieb

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Lieb. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
John Lieb notes:
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Jeff Chen notes:
TERRY CREWS! "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is one of my favorite shows (Will Shortz has guest-starred on it!). That entire cast is great, but ... read more
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© 2020, The New York TimesNo. 0710 ( 25,812 )

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Across
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Fall guy? : STUNTMAN
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Like noble gases : STABLE
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Japanese emperor from 1926 to 1989 : HIROHITO
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1997 film with the tagline "One wrong flight can ruin your whole day" : CONAIR
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Things found on old desktops : INKWELLS
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Raises : HOISTS
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Once going by : NEE
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Tea, in Mandarin : CHA
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Reunion attendee, informally : AUNTIE
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Fashion monogram : YSL
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Bozos, north of the border : HOSERS
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Garb for the masses? : ALBS
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Sam Shepard play about warring brothers : TRUEWEST
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Choler : IRE
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Captivates : ENGROSSES
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Subject of a 23-foot bronze statue in San Diego's Balboa Park : ELCID
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Shade of deep blue : MARINE
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Produce : CREATE
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"Same here" : ASAMI
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Night owl, often : LATERISER
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Aloof : ICY
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It shares a border with Georgia : CHECHNYA
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Places to wear goggles : LABS
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" ... you know the rest" : ETCETC
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Startling sound : POP
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Cut again, say : REEDIT
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Patriotic org. : DAR
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Volleyball coup : ACE
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Saws : ADAGES
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Annual event to grow awareness of men's health issues : MOVEMBER
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Dark red gemstone : GARNET
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Sarcastic show of approval : SLOWCLAP
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Extras : ADDONS
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Meetings : SESSIONS
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Well-polished : SHINY
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Points raised while eating : TINES
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Ubernerd of '90s TV : URKEL
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Impatient demand : NOW
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Debut album for Dr. Dre : THECHRONIC
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"The Simpsons" character named for a U.S. president : MILHOUSE
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Self-help books for those feeling lost? : ATLASES
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Rebuffs : NOS
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Downhill run : SCHUSS
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Linus or Lucy, e.g. : TOON
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Rita Moreno's "West Side Story" role : ANITA
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Places of worship : BASILICAS
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Classic toy with colored pegs : LITEBRITE
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Speakers' stumbles : ERS
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Mission name in "The Martian" : ARES
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Farm animal that sounds like you? : EWE
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Spring feast : SEDER
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Sleek : TRIM
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"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actor who played in the N.F.L. : TERRYCREWS
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Medium for modern marketing campaigns : EMAIL
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Coinage for a certain working-class male voter : NASCARDAD
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Wise elder : GRAYBEARD
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Sci-fi general : LEIA
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Change in Cuba : CENTAVOS
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Baltic native : LETT
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Duke's grp. : ACC
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Government assistance : THEDOLE
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Causes for alarm? : HEISTS
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Musical "repeat" mark : SEGNO
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San ___, city near Berkeley : PABLO
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Drink, so to speak : OCEAN
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Suspects, informally : PERPS
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Celebrity chef Paula : DEEN
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Mideast title : AGA
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Ed.'s stack : MSS
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The year 1101 : MCI

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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