New York times Rise to the Challenge Crossword puzzle answers | xwordsolver

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Crossword Puzzle Answers .

Across
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Like the protagonist at the start of "28 Days Later": INACOMA
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Lady Macduff, e.g.: SCOT
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Group of fighters: MILITIA
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One way to recoil: INHORROR
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Male deer: HART
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"My ___" (#1 hit for the Knack): SHARONA
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One of the two main branches of Buddhism: MAHAYANA
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N.B.A. All-Star Gobert: RUDY
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*Worker with a brush [three rungs]: CHIMNEYSWEEP
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Fuel option: DIESEL
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"Ciao!": TATA
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Completely pooped: BEAT
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A.C.C. school: UVA
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Place with counselors: CAMP
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Maker of Pilots and Passports: HONDA
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Team ___: USA
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"___ Canto" (2001 Ann Patchett novel): BEL
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Structure resembling a pergola: ARBOR
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Airport with a BART station: SFO
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Mail, e.g.: ARMOR
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Otis who founded the Otis Elevator Company: ELISHA
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Expelled from the body: EGESTED
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*Captain with a periscope [four rungs]: SUBMARINECOMMANDER
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Some military wear, informally: CAMO
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Carpet specification: PILE
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Former make of Ford: EDSEL
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[I'm frustrated!]: GAH
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Lab eggs: OVA
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Animation and sculpting, for two: ARTS
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Advances through corporate ranks … and what the answer to each starred clue in this puzzle does: CLIMBSTHELADDER
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"Mon ___!": DIEU
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Singer Grande, to fans: ARI
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Center: HUB
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Celebrity gossip show with an exclamation point in its title: ENEWS
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Map inits. until 1991: USSR
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Pest control brand: DCON
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"Really good work!": NICEJOB
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Sung by a group: CHORAL
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Writer known for his anthropomorphic animal characters: AESOP
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"When r u coming?": ETA
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*Seasonal orchard worker [eight rungs]: CHERRYPICKER
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Staple of Dutch Golden Age art: TULIP
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Feeling while watching a volcanic eruption, perhaps: AWE
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According to: PER
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Narwhal's tusk: TOOTH
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Pleasant speech cadence: LILT
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Pen that aptly rhymes with "click": BIC
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*Worker for AT&T or Verizon [four rungs]: TELEPHONEREPAIRMAN
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Common wall mirror shape: OVAL
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Sound on Old MacDonald's farm: OINK
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Chicken scratch: SCRAWL
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Worker who probably isn't paid enough: PEON
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Really, really spicy: ULTRAHOT
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1/100 of a franc: CENTIME
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Dirt clump: CLOD
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Googles, e.g.: SEARCHES
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Like people in crowds, whether intentionally or not: ELBOWED
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Donations for the needy: ALMS
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*One putting a coat on outside [three rungs]: HOUSEPAINTER
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Surreptitious assents: SLYNODS
Down
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Communications on Slack, e.g.: IMS
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Org. funding Covid-19 research: NIH
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In the manner of: ALA
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Roughly: CIRCA
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"Then again ...," in a tweet: OTOH
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Upscale hotel room fixture: MINIBAR
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One calling for a tow, maybe: AAAMEMBER
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Visual depiction of the apparatus used by the starred professionals: HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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"___ wise guy, eh?": SOA
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Like some humor: WRY
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Important stretch: ERA
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Stretch longer than an 11-Across: EON
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Stretch longer than an 11-Down: EON
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Mario who founded a fashion empire: PRADA
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Snowboards well, informally: SHREDS
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Rabble-rouse: CAUSEASTIR
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Something taken by a waiter: ORDER
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"Cya!": TTYL
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"How ___ Your Mother": IMET
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Con's vote: NAY
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Mafia : Sicilia :: Camorra : ___: NAPOLI
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Harden: INURE
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Latin for "trumpet": TUBA
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Disinclined: AVERSE
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Temple text: TALMUD
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Beach in Rio de Janeiro, informally: COPA
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"From now ___ won't be hanging around" (bluegrass lyric): ONI
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1600, in ancient Rome: MDC
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Tick off: MAKEMAD
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___-by-the-Sea, Calif.: CARMEL
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Welcomes, as the new year: RINGSIN
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Narcissist's treasure: EGO
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Perceived: FELT
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Output from Sappho: ODES
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Cloud: OBSCURE
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Adjustable bike part: SEAT
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"I don't wanna hear it": SPAREME
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Boxer Laila: ALI
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Stephen who said "Think books aren't scary? Well, think about this: You can't spell 'Book' without 'Boo!'": COLBERT
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Director DuVernay: AVA
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Play title that superstitious actors avoid saying aloud in theaters: MACBETH
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Certain sib: BRO
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Currency to which the Maltese scudo is pegged: EURO
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Opus ___: DEI
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Hypnotized, say: ENRAPT
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Sci-fi novel made into films in 1984 and 2021: DUNE
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Skeptical reply to "That's true": ISIT
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Activity one tries to get out of?: ESCAPEROOM
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Sushi condiment: WASABI
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Strand, perhaps: SNOWIN
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"Silly me!": DOH
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Pope of 1963-78: PAULVI
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Government bonds?: ALLIANCES
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Preppy clothing brand: JCREW
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Ending with leuko- or oo-: CYTE
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Quick kiss: PECK
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One with a marsupium, affectionately: ROO
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Bacardi, e.g., in México: RON
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Threat from a squealer: ILLTELL
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Antelopes with twisty horns: ELANDS
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Immune system agent: TCELL
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Like luxurious pillows: PLUSH
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Breakfast that may be prepared overnight: OATS
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Former N.F.L. QB Kyle: ORTON
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Pet rescue org.: SPCA
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"The Black Cat" author: POE
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Genderqueer identity: ENBY
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Soccer star Messi, familiarly: LEO
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Delta ___ Chi, house in "Animal House": TAU
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B&O and Reading: Abbr.: RRS
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Either half of pocket rockets, in poker slang: ACE
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___ Jima: IWO
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Rx from a doc, e.g.: MED
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Newsroom heads, for short: EDS