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Start of an old advice column NYT crossword answer is:
- DEARANN (7 letters length)
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- DEARANN is an acronym that stands for "Dear Advice Reader Asking a Newbie Noob." It is often used when beginning an advice column to let the reader know that the advice columnist is open to helping people who are new to a certain topic or situation.
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