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Mel Taub
Mel Taub

NY Times, Sun, Oct 25, 2015 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:Mel Taub
Editor:Will Shortz
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© 2015, The New York Times
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1. Denounces, as techs : SCATHES
8. Place where you can avail yourself of Spanish : AVILA
13. Start law firm? : STALWART
14. ___ one's business (owning an ore extraction company) : MINING
16. Earn drop in sentence from this person : PARDONER
17. Rouse tribes to action : BESTIR
18. James who snares rustlers on TV reruns : ARNESS
19. Author who's a purist at heart : URIS
21. Musical note from Lea : ELA
22. Name for a heartless seaman : SEAN
23. Cast out! : SCAT
24. Speaker creating a stir : TRIS
25. Net opener : MAG
26. Kisses for Gregory and family : PECKS
28. Goes left or right, say, as lanes : LEANS
29. Sell art that's outstanding : STELLAR
31. Pattern for the father of the Isley Brothers : PAISLEY
33. See a path to comfort : EASE
34. Nat's follower : URAL
35. City affiliated with C.I.A. : WICHITA
38. Angry military missions in Bangkok : TIRADES
42. Everyone has article about him : ALLAN
43. 1,000 works of art : MOILS
45. Words offered by widow when remarrying : IDO
46. Kind of ping : SLUR
47. Sen. Sanders (R-Neb.) : BERN
48. Like some chances for Ms. Li : SLIM
49. Sound of disapproval in old Egypt : TUT
50. Cut by a rose, say : SORE
51. Aleut's greeting : SALUTE
53. See AT&T property : ESTATE
55. Disney worker who's not Maria : ANIMATOR
57. ___ of Lebanon (Beirut farmer) : SEEDER
58. Parts of geese that make de pâtés : DELIVERS
59. Harvest goddess-turned-physician : DROPS
60. Joins one from an army group : SOLDERS
1. Closely watch, as an E.R.A. stat : STAREAT
2. Rage can lead to it : CARNAGE
3. Dean, 50, of the Mayflower : ALDEN
4. Stow in pairs : TWOS
5. Mr. Nash : HANS
6. The center therein : ERE
7. Vehicle with Superman's symbol : STRUCK
8. Tiny amount of morning : AMBIT
9. Strives for #5, #4, #6 and #7 : VIES
10. Kind of tall : INS
11. Exact tallier : LITERAL
12. I I I I I I I I : ANILINE
13. Health resorts --> Ems : SPASMS
15. Like novelist Günter's lawn : GRASSY
20. He held up trains in Russia : RASPUTIN
23. One yelling "Mr. Cesare!" : SCREAMER
24. Car that can run at least 150 miles on one battery charge : TESLA
26. Ordinary prairie : PLAIN
27. A set direction : EAST
28. Ones insisting that liras are Chinese money : LIARS
30. Composer with Mahler, mostly : LEHAR
32. Return of the lira : ARIL
35. Was set for things being thrown away : WASTES
36. Sullied, perhaps : ILLUSED
37. Sea turtle mess : CLUTTER
39. True lid adding water, e.g. : DILUTER
40. They've tried so hard to help writers : EDITORS
41. Suzanne with hot times : SOMERS
44. Nymphs whom Apollo adores : OREADS
47. Africans in robes : BOERS
48. One of 50 Eva's met in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" : SLAVE
50. Short distance for pets : STEP
51. Opposite of swell : SILL
52. In maid : AMID
54. Torn end : ADO
56. One recent prefix : NEO

Answer summary: 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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