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New York Times, Friday, July 3, 2020

Author/TV personality who wrote "Your body is not a temple, it's an amusement park"

Author:
Hal Moore
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Hal Moore

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Moore. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Hal Moore notes:
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Jeff Chen notes:
ANTHONY BOURDAIN was a legend in food writing. Jill and I tried one episode of his "Parts Unknown" series, but it didn't resonate ... read more
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© 2020, The New York Times7/3/20 ( No. 25,805 )
Across
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Abbr. in some job titles : ASST
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Sustain : FUEL
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Singles player in the 1950s : PHONO
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One might be drawn : BATH
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___ talk : IDLE
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Indulge : HUMOR
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Spread unit : ACRE
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Ingredient in some Italian sauces : ROMATOMATO
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Fine-tune : SHARPEN
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Breakout console : ATARI
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Where Prince Kuhio Day is celebrated : HAWAII
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Element that burns with a green flame : BORON
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Pillage and plunder : MARAUD
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Hearst mag founded in 1886 : COSMO
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Heartache : WOE
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It doesn't follow : NONSEQUITUR
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Author/TV personality who wrote "Your body is not a temple, it's an amusement park" : ANTHONYBOURDAIN
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Swear words? : SCOUTSHONOR
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Tech ___ : BRO
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Pasta variety : PENNE
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The world, to ambitious types : OYSTER
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Los ___, Calif. : GATOS
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Toughens : INURES
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BP brand : AMOCO
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Beatles hit about "a man who thought he was a loner" : GETBACK
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"This is just wonderful!" : IMINHEAVEN
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Present time, for short : BDAY
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Hustler's game : MONTE
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What Carnival precedes : LENT
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Its anthem is "Amhrán na bhFiann" : EIRE
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Record component : PRIOR
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Lets go : AXES
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They're found in most clothes closets : RODS
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Put to shame : ABASH
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Satirist ___ Baron Cohen : SACHA
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One might be drawn : STRAW
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Aries : THERAM
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Pokers, e.g. : FIREIRONS
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Soba alternative : UDON
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Victim of a bark beetle attack : ELM
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Open field : LEA
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Light-induced flow of electric charge : PHOTOCURRENT
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Like many sci-fi aliens : HUMANOID
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Poet Khayyám : OMAR
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"Me? Never!" : NOTI
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Top medalla : ORO
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Gravel alternative : TAR
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Coach for the bench players? : PIANOTEACHER
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Some restaurant staffers : BUSBOYS
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Classical theaters : ODEONS
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"Moving right along ..." : ANYHOO
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Shot in the dark : STAB
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"Studies in the Sierra" author : MUIR
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"Yes ___?" : ORNO
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Marvel superhero with the power to shrink, with "the" : WASP
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Almost never : ONCE
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Where Ian Fleming spent much of the 1920s : ETON
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Division outcomes : QUOTIENTS
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Kept : HUNGONTO
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Pitcher's push-off point : RUBBER
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Corn spot : TOE
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Invention of Guglielmo Marconi : RADIO
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Modern party planning aid : ECARD
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Long-haired terriers : SKYES
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"De ___ y de Sombra" (Isabel Allende novel) : AMOR
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British car : MINI
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___ therapy : GENE
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Little devil : IMP
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Resembling : ALA
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Needle or nettle : VEX

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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