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New York Times, Friday, January 4, 2013

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 5 This is puzzle # 152 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 23,068
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1. Inveigle : COAX
5. Some downloads : APPS
9. Go for a light bite? : NIPAT
14. It may follow ye : OLDE
15. Thin : RARE
16. Sapphire alternative : AZURE
17. Target of some political attacks : MAINSTREAMMEDIA
20. How many learn : BYROTE
21. Turn : SLUE
22. Corps of Engineers project : DAM
23. Nonpareil : ONER
24. Submitted : SENTIN
26. Cook up : CONSPIRE
29. Learn of : GATHER
32. Important connection? : AND
33. Noted trisyllabic metrist : SEUSS
35. Snow ___ : GEESE
36. Snow ___ : PEAS
38. Went after : SETAT
40. Planes are studied in it : MATH
41. Kitchen device : RICER
43. Tear up : SHRED
45. ___ gratia : DEI
46. Sari accompaniment : ANKLET
48. Put safely away, in a way : ESCROWED
50. Finish : CAPOFF
52. Mata ___ : HARI
53. Gray shade : ASH
55. ___ instruction : ORAL
56. Harps (on) : DWELLS
59. Words from one who's at a loss for words : WHATMORECANISAY
62. Racket : NOISE
63. Amanuensis, e.g.: Abbr. : ASST
64. Finish : DOIN
65. Danish man's name with a line through the second letter : SOREN
66. Actor LaBeouf : SHIA
67. Certain stake : ANTE
1. Really go through : COMB
2. Anti-aging product name : OLAY
3. Lake cabin sight : ADIRONDACKCHAIR
4. Some gas atoms : XENONS
5. Ways to go : ARTERIES
6. You may feel below it : PAR
7. Does street campaigning : PRESSESTHEFLESH
8. Bobby of the Black Panther Party : SEALE
9. Part of many a welcome kit : NAMETAG
10. Suffix with special : IZE
11. 1894 novel whose title character likes to collect fingerprints : PUDDNHEADWILSON
12. "Votre toast," e.g. : ARIA
13. Span : TEAM
18. Measures : STEPS
19. Kind of bean : MUNG
25. News clipping : ITEM
26. "Prelude to War" documentarian, 1943 : CAPRA
27. "There's ___ every crowd" : ONEIN
28. French urban network : RUES
30. ___ Lauder, cosmetics giant : ESTEE
31. Secreted again : REHID
34. Outbreak of 2003 : SARS
37. Actress Ward : SELA
39. Fortune 500 microcomputer firm : TECHDATA
42. 2010 Jude Law/Forest Whitaker movie : REPOMEN
44. Haggard : DRAWN
47. Ring figure in "Carmen" : TORO
49. Zesties! maker : OREIDA
51. "... ___ the eye can see" : FARAS
53. Grass appendages : AWNS
54. It may be said with a brushing motion : SHOO
57. Brest milk : LAIT
58. Last word of a party song : SYNE
60. Japanese bourse: Abbr. : TSE
61. Hit CBS series starting in 2000 : CSI

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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