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New York Times, Friday, September 28, 2018

2001 Destiny's Child #1 hit with the lyric "I don't think you ready for this jelly"

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Jeff Chen notes:
I watched every episode of "Three's Company" when I was in middle school. Looking back on it, I'm kind of appalled that I wasted my ... read more
Jim Horne notes:
Like many people, I get Hamilton lyrics stuck in my head: [BURR] Wooh! There's nothin' like summer in the city Someone in a rush next ... read more
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© 2018, The New York Times9/28/18 ( No. 25,161 )
Across
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Suzanne Somers's role on "Three's Company" : CHRISSY
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Wind River tribe : ARAPAHO
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Cornmeal treat : HOECAKE
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Crescent-shaped : LUNULAR
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Called things off : ENDEDIT
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Star-studded event held annually at the Anna Wintour Costume Center in New York : METGALA
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Highway divider : MEDIAN
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Marriott competitor : RADISSON
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"You ain't ___!" : LYIN
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Six-time All-Star Ron : CEY
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Where college students might take a stand? : KEG
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Inclined : APT
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Some acts : DUOS
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Mercedes line : CCLASS
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2001 Destiny's Child #1 hit with the lyric "I don't think you ready for this jelly" : BOOTYLICIOUS
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Notoriously spoiled sort : TRUSTFUNDBABY
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Figures in the Edda : NORSEDEITIES
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Peak that marks the eastern boundary of Yosemite Natl. Park : MTDANA
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LP, e.g. : DISC
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Dennings of "2 Broke Girls" : KAT
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Apple picker : EVE
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Writer whose room at the University of Virginia is now a mini-museum : POE
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Big name in house paint : BEHR
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Gizmodo or Engadget : TECHBLOG
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Autobiographer who wrote that tennis is "the loneliest sport" : AGASSI
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Preferred seating, for some : EXITROW
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Wreck : SMASHUP
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Colorful beach sighting : REDTIDE
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Started fuming : GOTSORE
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King's staff : SCEPTER
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Marched : TROOPED
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Place to get solutions, in brief : CHEMLAB
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Spy who trades sex for secrets, informally : HONEYPOT
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User of a popular social news site : REDDITOR
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Strand during the winter, say : ICEIN
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Actress Thompson of "Family" : SADA
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Hide : SKIN
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Besides : YET
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Revlon cosmetics brand : ALMAY
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Wanted to take back, say : RUED
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Not having : ANTI
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Boxers : PUGS
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Setting for the 1996 best seller "Into the Wild" : ALASKA
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Symbols of innocence : HALOES
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Jungle swingers, for short : ORANGS
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Certain adopted pet : RESCUEDOG
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Salon jobs : COIFS
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Vacuum brand : DYSON
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Super-super : ULTRA
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Does some computer work : CODES
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Like the equation ax3 + bx2 + cx + d = 0 : CUBIC
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What the Clintons each took before they met, in brief : LSAT
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___ steak : TUNA
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Nonmainstream : INDIE
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Store that really should have a spokesperson : BIKESHOP
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"Why not!" : YEAHSURE
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Zebralike : STRIPED
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Olympic marks : METERS
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Network V.I.P. : TVEXEC
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Call : DECIDE
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Remote button : POWER
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The assassin Sparafucile, in "Rigoletto" : BASSO
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Online lead-in : HTTP
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One who's "knackered" when exhausted, informally : BRIT
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Big vein : LODE
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Spanish sweetheart : AMOR
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Cancún kitty : GATO
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Drill master: Abbr. : SGT

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle.

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