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Mark Diehl
Mark Diehl

NY Times, Sun, Jun 07, 2015 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:Mark Diehl
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: , Blocks: 30, Across Lite
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N
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O
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T
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F
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A
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R
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C
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C
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T
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B
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K
N
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P
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Q
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I
D
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N
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B
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W
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T
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M
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O
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N
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H
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P
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P
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P
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J
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© 2015, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Close to a front : NOTFAR
7. Honda deal : ACCORD
13. Support you owe cager who's frightened : COURAGE
14. Seep out of hairpieces : TOUPEES
16. Played a cadet's role : ACTEDAS
17. Kind of dum : TWEEDLE
18. Sadat flourishes : TADAS
19. Toucan, tanager or teal : TBIRD
21. Backed-up tub : BUT
22. ... H I J L M N ... : KNOT
23. Lay up by the Shore : PAULY
24. Leave quite unfinished : QUIT
25. Oath in Corregidor : IDO
26. Italian city built on a ramp : PARMA
27. Lupe's sign of life : PULSE
28. Sheraton water supply : NORTHSEA
30. Dipper from Bel Air : BAILER
31. Holy Spirit : ALTARWINE
33. Poe's empty paces : TEMPOS
36. Looniest way to get an edge : OILSTONE
40. Producer of cold cuts : ICEAX
41. Dangling opener, you might say : HUNKY
42. Chippendale centerpiece : PEN
43. She sups on Friskies : PUSS
44. G P S : PINGS
45. Starring role that's a problem for Superman : LEAD
46. Mine entrance : JAS
47. What Liv and Bev have : VENDS
48. Top in an old Ford : PINTO
49. Unpersuadable 1980s-'90s pop star : ADAMANT
51. Part of an old Spanish pirate's booty : PIASTER
53. Iron Age cure for baldness : ROGAINE
54. Place for Ana Ortiz without a tee : ARIZONA
55. Brought (in), as a red eel : REELED
56. Sent an address in France : NANTES
1. Unequivo*al turnd*wn : NOCANDO
2. Egress : OUTDOOR
3. Something tasty, as teas are : TREAT
4. Commercials that fail : FADS
5. A Georgia title of honor : AGA
6. View from a car's rear seat : RESTAREA
7. Tilt A's in old king's name : ATTILA
8. Sea snail that makes you cry "ow!" : COWRY
9. Fed lines about having pool sticks : CUED
10. Unlock, to Poe : OPE
11. Energy drink that could hardly be duller : REDBULL
12. Sue idle actor in old movies : DELUISE
13. Lions and tigers : CATKIN
15. Dog on the street : SETTER
20. Hang out with Mr. Audubon : BUMAROUND
23. Histories of spats : PASTS
24. Making quite little noise : QUIET
26. Groups of birds in the sound : PHLOX
27. Spy an ostentatious bloom : PANSY
29. Bite-size snacks with pasta : TAPAS
30. Swindles out of 51 kbs. : BILKS
32. Spawning an airplane figure : WINGSPAN
33. Dough source for a junior pita : TIPJAR
34. Land with a décor you might admire : ECUADOR
35. How many years army meals have been offered : MESSAGE
37. Kind of shoe for one poet : OPENTOE
38. Spruces up Ste. Anne : NEATENS
39. No, dear, she's a witch : ENDORA
41. End hit suggested : HINTED
44. ___ ante (game of pasta poker) : PENNE
45. One in an enumeration of classical composers : LISZT
47. Resort that's alive for the most part : VAIL
48. Result of a nip : PAIN
50. Ishmael's hidden girlfriend : MAE
52. Friend of Ari : IRA
Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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