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Evan Kalish
Evan Kalish

NY Times, Sun, May 02, 2021 VOWELLESS CROSSWORD

Author:
Evan Kalish
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 34, Across Lite, PDF
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© 2021, The New York Times
Across
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Component of a couple's attire, often (8,6) : MTCHNGTFT
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Rapt (8) : BSRBD
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Employed at a greasy spoon (8,4) : SLNGNGHSH
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Many modern mini-movies (7) : TKTKS
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Where pilots train (6,6) : FLGHTSCHL
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Eavesdrop (6,2) : LSTNN
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Throw away (4,3) : TSST
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YouTube's domain (6,6) : NLNVDS
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How most potato chips are sold (2,1,3) : NBG
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Many a local overlooking Puget Sound (10) : STTLT
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Atlanta's home (7) : GRG
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Bulb specification (7) : WTTG
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Co-op charge (11,3) : MNTNNCF
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Competitions that people can dive right into? (4,5) : SWMMTS
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Period when children are free to participate in activities of their choosing (12,4) : NSTRCTRDTM
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"What do you see?" evaluations (9,5) : RRSCHCHTSTS
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Crucial turning point (9,6) : WTRSHDMMNT
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Conestoga component (5,5) : WGNWHL
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Goes back and forth quickly (4-5) : PNGPNGS
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Showy flowers (7) : DHLS
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Twosome (6) : CPL
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Brought to light (9) : NRTHD
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Small, pointed beards (7) : GTS
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Aids for ordering restaurant food from home (7,5) : TKTMNS
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Underground utility component (3,4) : GSMN
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They can dictate venue capacity (4,5) : FRCDS
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Onetime pipe-playing musicians in India (5,8) : SNKCHRMRS
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Mercury or Mars, but not Earth (5,3) : RMNGD
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Hits the jackpot (7,2,4) : STRKSTRCH
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Determined with difficulty (6,3) : SSSDT
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Makes riskier for bettors (6,3,6) : RSSTHSTKS
Down
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Perennial outsiders (7) : MSFTS
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Reads a clock (5,4) : TLLSTM
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Traffic problem during rush hour (10) : CNGSTN
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Amscray (8,2) : HGHTLT
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One recently born (7) : NNT
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Encourages (4,2) : GGSN
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Virtuous (7) : THCL
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Seeking validation, in a way (7,3,11) : FSHNGFRCMPLMNTS
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Where Leonardo's "Mona Lisa" hangs (3,6) : THLVR
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Classic Volkswagens (7) : BTLS
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Leaves in liquid (5) : SKS
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Website whose ratings are sometimes accompanied by green splats (6,8) : RTTNTMTS
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Lower part of a two-piece bathing suit (6,6) : BKNBTTM
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Separates oneself (from) (10) : DSNGGS
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Watching a pooch while the owner's away (3-7) : DGSTTNG
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Sneaker (6,4) : TNNSSH
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Cry upon arriving after a long trip (2,4,2) : WMDT
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"Sorry, that didn't work out" (2,4,4) : NSCHLCK
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___ ray tube (part of an old television) (7) : CTHD
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Potential indicator of carpal tunnel syndrome (5,4) : WRSTPN
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Add one's two cents (5,2) : CHMN
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High-tech mechanisms of identity verification (7,5) : RTNLSCNS
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Pointers (6) : RRWS
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Where some people do the heavy lifting? (6,5) : WGHTRMS
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Thick-cut starchy side dish (5,5) : WDGFRS
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"I stand by all my previous decisions" (2,7) : NRGRTS
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1960s TV parody centered around Agents 86 and 99 (3,5) : GTSMRT
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Leprechaun's clover (8) : SHMRCK
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Place to buy croissants and macarons (10) : PTSSR
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Breakfast pastries (8) : DNSHS
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"See you then!" (3,1,4) : TSDT
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Parts of printing presses (6) : NKRS
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Bulb holder (6) : SCKT
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Museum handout held up to one's ear (5,5) : DGD
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"Not one more peep from you!" (4) : HSH

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