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Richard Silvestri
Richard Silvestri

NY Times, Sun, Nov 13, 2011 CRYPTIC CROSSWORD

Author:Richard Silvestri
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: , Blocks: 65, Across Lite
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Young English horse adopted by Peg (7) : TEENAGE
5. Notice excellent record at Hawaii university (7) : ADELPHI
9. Intranets, perhaps, in existence for a short time (9) : TRANSIENT
10. Undresses the wrong way to take a siesta (5) : SLEEP
11. Self-centered person, for one, is enthralled by part of the Bible (6) : EGOIST
12. Detective story writer not crazy about medication (8) : SPILLANE
13. Disreputable character looks for gold in deep waters (9) : SEAMINESS
16. Time, they say, is what we have (4) : OURS
18. A-X victim (4) : PREY
19. They make acquisitions for doctors (9) : PROCURERS
22. In conclusion, old city is timeless (8) : ENDURING
23. Get rid of last of grape jam (6) : SCRAPE
26. Next rack holds special edition (5) : EXTRA
27. Involved in endless bit of magic near end of performance (9) : INTRICATE
28. Land that is cultivated until mature (7) : TILLAGE
29. Wee, small hours? Not quite (7) : MINUTES
1. Leads the right during set-up (7) : TETHERS
2. Time to muse (5) : ERATO
3. One who kills two fools at home (8) : ASSASSIN
4. Sporting contest doesn't end in a tie (4) : EVEN
5. One clue about Italian food (9) : ANTIPASTO
6. Expending little effort, like one in the Spanish athletic club (6) : EASILY
7. Virgin embracing circus performer getting up early (9) : PREMATURE
8. Blow away one topless monarch (7) : IMPRESS
14. Narrative can lead to changes (9) : ANECDOTAL
15. Dear old flame lost in thought (9) : EXPENSIVE
17. Use lowest-grade oil (8) : FUNCTION
18. Here - it's a gift (7) : PRESENT
20. Starts to sup, having creamed leeks and Israeli bread (7) : SHEKELS
21. Mistakes are holding sailor back (6) : ERRATA
24. A great stop on a cruise (5) : AVAST
25. Object, initially in tatters, eventually mended (4) : ITEM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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