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ROLLING IN THE AISLES

New York Times, Sunday, January 1, 2017

6-Down : Wrap up around

Author:
Matthew Sewell
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Matthew Sewell

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 67 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Sewell.
Matthew Sewell notes:
I developed a very different version of this puzzle as a 15x15, but along the way I came to the sinking realization that though maybe the gimmick was technically interesting, it didn't ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
ROLLING IN THE AISLES literally interpreted as HA rebuses sitting in places that have aisles … with a space put in to represent the aisle! Fun visual. I knew something was going on when ED ... read more
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© 2017, The New York Times1/1/17 ( No. 24,526 )
Across
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Sponged : MOOCHED
8
Asylum : REFUGE
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Takes from page to screen, say : ADAPTS
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Pope with the longest reign between St. Peter and Pius VI (A.D. 67-1799) : ADRIANI
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Left speechless : AMAZED
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On the down-low : COVERT
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They may be sealed or broken : RECORDS
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Marquee locale : MOVIETHEATER
26
Degree in math : NTH
27
Gruesome : MACABRE
29
Companion of Han in "The Force Awakens" : REY
30
H.O.V. ___ : LANE
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Sénégal summers : ETES
33
Running figure : TALLY
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Players last produced in July 2016 : VCRS
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Epic singers : BARDS
37
Kicks back : RESTS
39
Rural postal abbr. : RTE
40
Worthiness : MERIT
41
Samberg and Serkis : ANDYS
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Home of the Triple-A Mud Hens : TOLEDO
44
Gets bogged down : MIRES
45
Vitamin Shoppe competitor : GNC
46
Vegan sandwich filler : SPROUTS
48
Calrissian of "The Empire Strikes Back" : LANDO
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One end of Paris's Champs-Élysées : ARCHWAY
53
Worked as a stockbroker : TRADED
54
Capitol group : USSENATE
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Designer Saarinen : EERO
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Post-op program : REHAB
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Main stem : STALK
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Rap group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 : NWA
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Pulled off : DID
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Like an unswept hearth : ASHY
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Brawl : SETTO
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"That Latin Beat!" bandleader : CUGAT
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Advantage : EDGE
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Drone regulator, for short : FAA
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Mrs., in Montreux : MME
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Magic Johnson, for one : LAKER
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Apothecary's container : VIAL
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She, in Spanish : ELLA
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Passenger jet : AIRLINER
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Quinze + quinze : TRENTE
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Actor with the line "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" : SELLERS
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Fits snugly : NESTS
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Indra, to Hindus : RAINGOD
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Developer's purchase : LOT
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Giraffe-like beast : OKAPI
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What might cost you an arm and a leg? : PIRANHA
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Washroom feature : BASIN
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Totally captivates : GRIPS
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Muzzle : GAG
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One who knows all the shortcuts, maybe : LOCAL
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Fill in for : ACTAS
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Game box specification : AGES
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Flaky minerals : MICAS
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"Mind ... blown!" : WHOA
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Glue trap brand : DCON
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Tolkien meanie : ORC
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Beverage with a floral bouquet : ROSETEA
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Hedge fund pro : ARB
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Farmer's market alternative : GROCERYSTORE
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Admit : OWNUPTO
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West Coast city known as the Track and Field Capital of the World : EUGENE
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Mischievous sort : RASCAL
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Miles away : NOTNEAR
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Candy known for its orange wrapping : REESES
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Muss up : TOUSLE
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Things always underfoot : INSOLES
Down
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George Eliot title surname : MARNER
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"Swan Lake" role : ODETTE
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Place for bows and strings : ORCHESTRAHALL
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Corporation's head tech expert, for short : CIO
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Tort basis : HARM
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Wrap up around : ENDAT
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Tosses : DISCARDS
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Not stay on topic : RAMBLE
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University associated with the Carter Center : EMORY
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Go-to choice, slangily : FAVE
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Weapon in some Call of Duty games : UZI
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"I didn't know that!" : GEE
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John Glenn player in "The Right Stuff" : EDHARRIS
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Sore : ACHY
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Fawn's mother : DOE
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Winter fall? : AVALANCHE
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Early explosive device : PETARD
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Modish : TRENDY
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With 25-Down, financial regulator's requirement : STRESS
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See 19-Down : TEST
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Meteorological lead-in to stratus : ALTO
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Resolutely supported : STOODBY
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Like some salsa : VERDE
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"Antigone" antagonist : CREON
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Judge's seat : BANC
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Zig or zag : SLUE
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Capital of Belarus : MINSK
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Fog might push it back, briefly : ETD
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Hawaiian "thanks" : MAHALO
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"Brilliant!" : GREAT
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Attacks from above : STRAFES
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Exclusive event before public availability : PRESALE
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Exam with a section known as "Logic Games," for short : LSAT
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Fighting tooth and nail : ATWAR
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Hitching post? : WEDDINGCHAPEL
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Japanese "thanks" : ARIGATO
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Made peak calls? : YODELED
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Unmitigated : UTTER
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Sin of those in Dante's fifth circle : ANGER
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Quarters followers : SEMIS
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Chic : SMART
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"Pretty please?" : CANTI
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Instruments played close to the chest, informally : UKES
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"Still, after all this time ..." : EVENNOW
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Imitates Sylvester the Cat : LISPS
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Results of treaties : ALLIANCES
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Something to tear into, informally? : HANKIE
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Bounds : LEAPS
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Nautical sealer : TAR
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Yemeni capital : RIAL
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Immense spans : EONS
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It comes in tubes : RIGATONI
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It lays out the lines of authority : ORGCHART
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Show anxiety, in a way : PACE
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Nag to death : BADGER
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Build up, as interest : ACCRUE
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Straight man : STOOGE
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Boy's name that's an Indiana city : GARY
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Brazilian supermodel Bündchen : GISELE
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Vital lines : AORTAE
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Slogs away : LABORS
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Kind of fiber : MORAL
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Attach, as a patch : SEWON
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They're found in veins : ORES
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Elephant pluckers of myth : ROCS
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Marching band? : ANTS
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Venice-to-Trieste dir. : ENE
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___ Paulo : SAO
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Volunteer State sch. : TSU
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Card game cry : UNO

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