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New York Times, Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Author:
Curtis Yee
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QV} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Yee. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0110 ( 20,882 )
Across
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Plotting : UPTO
5
Some hospital procedures : SCANS
10
1993 standoff site : WACO
14
Gung-ho feeling : ZEAL
15
Pull on : TUGAT
16
Skater Michelle : KWAN
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Product with earbuds : IPOD
18
Put down : ABASE
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Hindu royal : RANI
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Speaker of the quip starting at 27-Across : HOMERSIMPSON
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Choreographer Twyla : THARP
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Suffix with meth- : ANE
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Tee follower? : HEE
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Quip, part 1 : JUSTBECAUSEI
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Parisian pal : AMI
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Mount Rushmore's state: Abbr. : SDAK
33
Beer blast garb, maybe : TOGAS
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Quip, part 2 : DONT
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"The Fog of War" director ___ Morris : ERROL
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Quip, part 3 : CARE
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Grain bane : ERGOT
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Speaking freely : OPEN
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Versatile wheels, for short : UTE
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Quip, part 4 : DOESNTMEANIM
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Metric wts. : KGS
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Writer Santha Rama ___ : RAU
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Hustler's game : MONTE
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End of the quip : NOTLISTENING
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Common spread : OLEO
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Shroud locale : TURIN
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It has a warp : LOOM
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Some palmtops, for short : PDAS
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Circular seal : ORING
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Reason for an all-nighter : EXAM
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Like a flea-market Gucci, probably : FAKE
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Barcelona babes : NENES
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Largest lake in Australia : EYRE
Down
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AK-47 relative : UZI
2
Zip : PEP
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"Way," literally : TAO
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Behind the times : OLDHAT
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Run wild : STAMPEDE
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Die, for example : CUBE
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Food thickener : AGAR
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West Indies capital : NASSAU
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Bud holders? : STEINS
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Sitcom station : WKRP
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Inundated : AWASH
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Vacationer's rental : CANOE
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Cat-___-tails : ONINE
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Sun, moon, etc. : ORBS
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Hook up : MEET
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Surgeon's target : TUMOR
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When doubled, a former National Zoo panda : HSING
27
Green stone : JADE
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Compact, e.g. : CAR
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Home of the Rubber Bowl : AKRON
30
Summer Games org. : IOC
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Ill-fed : GAUNT
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"The Sopranos" restaurateur : ARTIE
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Appear to be : SEEM
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Director Browning : TOD
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Not req. : OPT
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Symbols of crowd psychology : LEMMINGS
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Famous Amos : TORI
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Noble element : NEON
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Home of Lafayette College : EASTON
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Put in stitches : SUTURE
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"Sense and Sensibility" director : ANGLEE
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Random House imprint : KNOPF
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Ingrid Bergman's last film "A Woman Called ___" : GOLDA
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The turf in "surf and turf" : STEAK
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Get checkmated : LOSE
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One of the Waltons : ERIN
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A round of golf, informally : NINE
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Acne treatment brand : OXY
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Charon's tool : OAR
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Tussaud's title: Abbr. : MME

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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