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New York Times, Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Author:
Ethan Cooper
Editor:
Will Shortz
Sandwich whose initials have been rearranged in five other ways in this puzzle
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Ethan Cooper

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {GJQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Cooper.
Jeff Chen notes:
I've had hundreds of BLTs in my life, but I've never thought about the order of ingredients. Does it matter? Seems like it should — ... read more
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© 2019, The New York Times9/10/19 ( No. 25,508 )
Across
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"Ask ___" (newspaper advice column) : AMY
4
Bounce, as off a pool table cushion : CAROM
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Actress Hayek : SALMA
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Deer with no antlers : DOE
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Singer with the best-selling albums "19," "21" and "25" : ADELE
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Bringer of rain : CLOUD
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Jan., Feb., Mar., etc. : MOS
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Absolutely adored : LOVEDTOBITS
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What a weekly has once a week : ISSUE
22
Police action : ARREST
23
The police, metaphorically : THINBLUELINE
27
Daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes : SURI
28
Destination for European hikers : ALPS
29
Versatile blackjack card : ACE
32
Reach by addition : SUMTO
34
Rocket-building company since 2002 : SPACEX
37
Body art that might be revealed by hip-hugger jeans : LOWERBACKTATTOO
41
___ de Tocqueville, author of "Democracy in America" : ALEXIS
42
Oscar-winning Berry : HALLE
43
Like 43, e.g. : ODD
44
Destiny : FATE
45
Senior's org. : AARP
49
"Uh-oh" : THISLOOKSBAD
53
Hardcore Chinese party adherent : MAOIST
55
"Aida" composer : VERDI
56
Like a millennial who's a huge fan of 1960s-'70s music, it's said : BORNTOOLATE
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Help out : AID
61
Source of revenue for many states : LOTTO
62
Dot on a computer screen : PIXEL
63
Ticked off : MAD
64
Test before buying, as clothes : TRYON
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Daring base runner's goal : STEAL
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Foxy : SLY
Down
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Confesses (to) : ADMITS
2
Kind of pork at a Chinese restaurant : MOOSHU
3
Polite assent : YESSIR
4
___ Carr, best-selling author of historical thrillers : CALEB
5
Hubbub : ADO
6
Fire (up), as an engine : REV
7
Part of a World Cup chant : OLE
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Finishes in the top three, say : MEDALS
9
Treat disdainfully : SCORN
10
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" playwright : ALBEE
11
Clark's crush at the Daily Planet : LOIS
12
Mixed-breed dog : MUTT
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Main source of online revenue : ADS
19
One more than bi- : TRI
21
Available to all, as a bathroom : UNISEX
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Petting zoo babies : LAMBS
25
Beauty products chain : ULTA
26
Era-defining : EPOCHAL
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___ of Congress : ACT
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Elon Musk, for 34-Across : CEO
31
Prefix with skeleton : EXO
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Ocean State sch. : URI
34
Canonized pope of the fifth century : STLEO
35
Buddy : PAL
36
Relaxed : ATEASE
37
Language related to Thai : LAO
38
Like 1960s-'70s music : OLD
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Joined in matrimony : WED
40
Green Hornet's sidekick : KATO
44
Aperture settings : FSTOPS
46
J.J. who directed "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" : ABRAMS
47
Kind of tire : RADIAL
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2000s stage name for rapper Sean Combs : PDIDDY
49
Lone Ranger's sidekick : TONTO
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Flirt with at a bar, say : HITON
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"Am ___ out of touch?" : ISO
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Nearly plotz with pride : KVELL
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Othello, for one : MOOR
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Bohemian : ARTY
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Sandwich whose initials have been rearranged in five other ways in this puzzle : BLT
57
Flaming : LIT
58
Lumberjack's tool : AXE
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Spill the ___ (reveal sensitive information) : TEA

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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