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Evan Kalish
Evan Kalish

NY Times, Sun May 28, 2023 Vowelless Crossword

Author:
Evan Kalish
Editor:
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 34
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Across
1
Help for a homeowner who's away on vacation (5,6) : HSSTTR
7
Doomsayer's warning (3,3,2,4) : THNDSNR
14
Some kitchen implements (6,7) : PTTPLRS
15
Song identification game (4,4,4) : NMTHTTN
16
Humans, to aliens (10) : RTHLNGS
17
Murder mystery misdirection (3,7) : RDHRRNG
18
"How about telling me something I don't know?" (4,4,2,3) : WHTLSSNW
20
What an "inbox zero" inbox lacks (6,6) : NRDMLS
21
Rode the waves (6) : SRFD
22
Animals seen on safaris, informally (6) : RHNS
24
Got hitched (4,1,2) : SDD
25
Evaluator of a politician's assertions (4,7) : FCTCHCKR
29
Predicts (8) : FRSS
30
"Seems accurate to me" (4,6,5,5) : THTSNDSBTRGHT
33
Certain parade performers (5,8) : BTNTWRLRS
34
Daily issuances on a school's P.A. system (7,13) : MRNNGNNNCMNTS
38
Pollutes (6) : TNTS
39
"Yada yada" (3,2,2,3,2,2) : NDSNNDSN
41
Tobacco pipe that may be seen in a bar (6) : HKH
42
Unit of area that is an anagram of THE ACRE (7) : HCTR
44
Lose all sensation (2,4) : GNMB
46
Entertainer at a Wild West show (5,5) : RDCLWN
48
"Weird, right?" (4,4,3) : SNTTHTDD
52
Hazardous material generated by a reactor (7,5) : NCLRWST
54
Place selling overpriced souvenirs (7,4) : TRSTTRP
55
Something super-awesome, quaintly (3,4,4) : THCTSMW
56
Drives around leisurely (4,3,1,4) : GSFRSPN
57
Mega-popular entertainers (4,5) : RCKSTRS
58
What tyrants rule with, metaphorically (4,5) : RNFSTS
Down
1
Go ballistic (3,3,4) : HTTHRF
2
"Oh, really, now?" (2,4,1,4) : STHTFCT
3
Blabbed (7,3,5) : SPLLDTHBNS
4
Hawk's grabbers (6) : TLNS
5
Improper and inexcusable (10) : TRGS
6
Muscovite, e.g. (7) : RSSN
7
Copier supply (5) : TNR
8
Got closer to finding (5,2,2) : HMDNN
9
Flawed protagonists (10) : NTHRS
10
Like highly dedicated fans (3-4) : DHRD
11
Cause of coastal flooding during a hurricane (5,5) : STRMSRG
12
Pad thai vis-à-vis Thailand, e.g. (8,4) : NTNLDSH
13
Prime spot for spectators at a boxing match (8,4) : RNGSDST
14
Fronts of ships (5) : PRWS
19
Had a very beneficial effect, as medicine (6,7) : WRKDWNDRS
23
Events where competitors jockey for the lead? (5,5) : HRSRCS
26
Modest home (7) : CTTG
27
Is favorably connected (3,2,2) : HSNN
28
Australia, for one (9) : CNTNNT
29
Sasha and Malia Obama, from 2009 to 2017 (5,9) : FRSTDGHTRS
31
Celestial metaphor for a long period of time (4,4) : BLMN
32
Go to bed (4,2) : TRNN
34
Personification of the untamed environment (6,6) : MTHRNTR
35
Voting system in which multiple candidates can be selected (6-6) : RNKDCHC
36
Currently working (2,3,5) : NTHCLCK
37
"Add salt or pepper as you desire" (6,2,5) : SSNTTST
40
Shows off one's celebrity connections, in a way (4-5) : NMDRPS
42
"Did the performance suit you?" (3,3,2) : HWWST
43
Producer's opposite (8) : CNSMR
45
Bit of groanworthy humor (3,3) : BDPN
47
Important notifications (6) : LRTS
49
One, two or three, e.g. (7) : NTGR
50
"High" crime (7) : TRSN
51
Hits one's first shot on a golf course (4,3) : TSFF
53
Pulls along (4) : TWS

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