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Emily Cox
Emily Cox
Henry Rathvon
Henry Rathvon

NY Times, Sun, Nov 22, 2015 CRYPTIC CROSSWORD

Author:Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: , Blocks: 69, Across Lite
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© 2015, The New York Times
Across Down
1. For starters, some Christmas trees will be cut down (5,2,3) : FIRSTOFALL
6. That woman's a major goddess (4) : HERA
9. Dump truck making PBS speechless with amazement (10) : DUMBSTRUCK
10. Kiss the actor who played Atticus Finch (4) : PECK
12. Nook using audio for some downloads (4) : APPS
13. Have the right to take food back from patrons? (7) : DESERVE
16. Truce arranged and edited for TV (5) : RECUT
17. Rent diner with fuel burner (3,6) : GASHEATER
19. Quality of air-conditioning aboard boat rental (9) : CHARACTER
21. Something that's refreshing to Mr. Cage (5) : TONIC
22. The lead in "Hairspray" changes tops for the beach (7) : HALTERS
24. Yuletide problem for city train riders? (4) : NOEL
27. Somewhat fanciful name for a bone (4) : ULNA
28. Crackpot overprices a feature of Texas (5,5) : PECOSRIVER
29. British nobleman nearly stripped (4) : EARL
30. Picnic offering in a man's younger days? (5,5) : PASTASALAD
1. I.D. of mongrel? (4) : FIDO
2. Frost poem recited (4) : RIME
3. Drunkard bests drunkard, in retrospect (7) : TOSSPOT
4. Good planning for location in the sound (9) : FORESIGHT
5. Tied car adornment back (5) : LACED
7. Cursing the evaluation of a C.E.O.? (10) : EXECRATING
8. Support when clean break is mended (5,5) : ANKLEBRACE
11. You say I'll land in the water (4) : ISLE
14. Utter chaos wrecked part of a development (5,5) : TRACTHOUSE
15. Foolish reliance on luxury craft (5,5) : OCEANLINER
18. Husky gets called "emotionally exhausted" (6,3) : STRUNGOUT
20. Criminally help with a racetrack action (4) : ABET
21. Liberal studies tarot's original card suit (3,4) : THEARTS
23. Where some Tuscans are mixing anise (5) : SIENA
25. Making a comeback, be very bad (4) : EVIL
26. Raised money over the radio? (4) : BRED
Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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