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Ali Gascoigne
Ali Gascoigne

NY Times, Sun, Mar 08, 2020 CRYPTIC CROSSWORD

Author:
Ali Gascoigne
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 32, Blocks: 69
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© 2020, The New York Times
Across
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Refurbished laptops are vastly different (5,5) : POLESAPART
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Brought back place holders for junk mail (4) : SPAM
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North American company importing hot food from south of the border (5) : NACHO
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Associates of violent armed cops (9) : COMPADRES
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Where you may see a North African in a suit, perhaps (7) : TUNISIA
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Get up around mid-morning and bathe (5) : RINSE
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Trade stoppage therefore restricts a degree of business (7) : EMBARGO
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Dude got ripped, partly as a morale booster (3,4) : EGOTRIP
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Shakespeare's amazing breadth (3,4) : THEBARD
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Race around part of New York (7) : TRIBECA
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Small protective cover put over fish (5) : SPRAT
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Potus, upset by news official, mouthed off (7) : SPOUTED
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Endless stress finally killing a servant (9) : UNDERLING
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Somewhat type A (5) : SORTA
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Don't stop a hired thug! (4) : GOON
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Demonstrators supporting people at a trial? (10) : PROTESTERS
Down
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Secret code finally decrypting message on a computer (4) : PING
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When drunk, a Taco Bell can be found (9) : LOCATABLE
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Sneer at the first hint of stereotypically hokey material (5) : SCORN
4
Photos featuring a very famous Spanish artist (7) : PICASSO
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Go crazy and hit Senate employee (7) : RAMPAGE
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Leader from Argentina, but in Mexico at end of election (5) : PERON
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Smart panel working to create big business strategy (6,4) : MASTERPLAN
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A previous conviction, I deduced (1,6) : APRIORI
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Catch bugs and try renovating a famous address? (10) : GETTYSBURG
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Property handler truly faces a rise in corruption (7) : REALTOR
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Extremely reliable drones flying east and back again (9) : REENDORSE
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Personal file held back by Medicare is so detailed (7) : DOSSIER
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But what's the ultimate point of that idea? (7) : THOUGHT
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Traveled to Ohio for a cattle show (5) : RODEO
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Jobs initially thought Apple shouldn't keep secrets (5) : TASKS
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How to get by? I don't know the answer to that! (4) : PASS
Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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