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New York Times, Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Line from "The Student Prince" appropriate for this puzzle

Author:
Michael S. Maurer and Pawel Fludzinski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Pawel Fludzinski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Maurer. This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Fludzinski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Constructor notes:
MICKEY: This puzzle is one of a number of collaborations between Pawel Fludzinski and me, both for the New York Times, the Los Angeles ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
DRINK DRINK DRINK! And then DRINK DRINK DRINK again! Mickey and Pawel pack six toasts into their grid. I was confused by the revealer, ... read more
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© 2017, The New York Times7/19/17 ( No. 24,725 )

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Across
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Speedway event : RACE
5
Spanish toast : SALUD
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Back muscle, for short : LAT
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One who's tight-lipped : CLAM
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It's just an excuse : ALIBI
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"Oh, quit your joshin'!" : CMON
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Supreme Court justices, e.g. : APPOINTEES
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Second-place finisher, famously : HARE
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Formal toast : TOYOURHEALTH
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Twenty-one places : CASINOS
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One with a long sentence : LIFER
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"___ Restaurant" (hit 1968 album) : ALICES
27
Custardy dessert : TIRAMISU
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San ___, Italy : REMO
31
Flare-up of crime? : ARSON
32
Line from "The Student Prince" appropriate for this puzzle : DRINKDRINKDRINK
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Trio x 3 : NONET
40
Early 2000s Apple product : EMAC
41
Attempted to sell : MARKETED
45
Bare-naked Lady : GODIVA
47
10 out of 10 : IDEAL
48
Kid's nighttime fear : MONSTER
49
Informal toast : DOWNTHEHATCH
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Pic : SNAP
54
Chubby : OVERWEIGHT
58
"Gone With the Wind" setting : TARA
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Something to watch on la télé : SERIE
60
Antidoping target, informally : ROID
61
Uganda's Amin : IDI
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German toast : PROST
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A-1 : TOPS
Down
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"Made for moments" sloganeer : RCA
2
Yodeler's peak : ALP
3
Partner of trade : CAP
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;-) or :-( : EMOTICON
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Some plasma TVs : SANYOS
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Descriptive of los Andes : ALTOS
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Stead : LIEU
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It has hundreds of thousands of drivers : UBER
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Satellite ___ : DISH
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Hebrew toast : LCHAIM
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Italy's ___ Coast : AMALFI
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Attorneys' favorite desserts? : TORTES
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Kind of jacket : NEHRU
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Actress Skye : IONE
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Savanna animal : ELAND
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Verify the age of, in a way : CARD
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Blue Jay but not Cardinal, for short : ALER
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___ Valley, Calif. : SIMI
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Handled, as a case : TRIED
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Ain't the way it should be? : ISNT
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Korean War soldier : ROK
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"Rule, Britannia" composer : ARNE
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Prepared to propose : KNELT
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Part of the cabinet that oversees hwys. : DOT
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Hold aside for a year, as a college athlete : REDSHIRT
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"You're lookin' at your guy" : IMIT
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Where the pews are : NAVE
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1980s Chrysler offering : KCAR
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Center : MIDST
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God, in the Torah : ADONAI
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Common poster headline : REWARD
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Japanese toast : KANPAI
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Went out in the rain, say : GOTWET
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Start of a fairy tale : ONCE
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Roger who set a home run record in 1961 : MARIS
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Institution often named for a saint: Abbr. : HOSP
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Penultimate word of a fairy tale : EVER
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War ace, e.g. : HERO
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Fake blood, e.g. : GOO
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Cool : HIP
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Gridiron highlights, for short : TDS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle.

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