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New York Times, Monday, January 19, 2009

Author:
Tracey Snyder
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Snyder. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2009, The New York TimesNo. 0119 ( 21,622 )

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Across
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Prolonged attack : SIEGE
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Pilot : FLIER
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Used a stool : SAT
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Counting everything : INALL
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Pigeon's perch : LEDGE
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In favor of : PRO
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"Splendor in the Grass" actress : NATALIEWOOD
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Always, in verse : EER
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Like raw film : UNEDITED
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Fresh from the shower : CLEAN
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One of 100 in D.C. : SEN
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"Hold on a ___!" : SEC
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Bleated : BAAED
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Telecommuter's need : HOMECOMPUTER
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Remove a fastener from : UNPIN
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Emulates Eminem : RAPS
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Tampa Bay baseballer : RAY
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Six years, for a 23-Across : TERM
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"Lord, ___ this food" (grace words) : BLESS
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Kind of car seen at Indy : PACE
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"___ we there yet?" : ARE
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Blockhead : CLOD
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Second-year students, for short : SOPHS
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Drink with a marshmallow : HOTCHOCOLATE
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Train's place : TRACK
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Pilot's announcement, for short : ETA
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Some AOL communications : IMS
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1993 Aerosmith hit with the lyric "Love is sweet misery" : CRYIN
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Most kilt wearers : SCOTSMEN
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Atlanta, for Delta : HUB
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Common remote control holder : COUCHPOTATO
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"What was ___ think?" : ITO
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Happen as a consequence : ENSUE
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Critic Ebert : ROGER
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Freud subj. : PSY
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Looks like : SEEMS
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Stockholm native : SWEDE
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It may be blocked when you have a cold : SINUS
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Nonsensical : INANE
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Consumed : EATEN
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Happy : GLAD
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Ralph who wrote "Invisible Man" : ELLISON
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Sheep's coat : FLEECE
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Smutty : LEWD
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Altar vow : IDO
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Freud subject : EGO
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Station porters : REDCAPS
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Ticket locale : SPEEDTRAP
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Geographical statistic : AREA
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Of two minds : TORN
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News bit : ITEM
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Romanian money : LEU
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Feathery scarves : BOAS
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Concert equipment : AMPS
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That guy : HIM
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Words to live by : CREDO
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Apiece : EACH
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Loaves with seeds : RYES
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Where the 2002 Winter Olympics were held : UTAH
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Adopted son of Claudius : NERO
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Candidate for male modeling : PRETTYBOY
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Voting group : BLOC
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Combination ___ : LOCK
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"The Fall of the House of Usher" writer : POE
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Odds : CHANCES
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Fixed parts of motors : STATORS
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Dernier ___ (latest fashion) : CRI
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Dirty old men : LECHES
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Perched on : ATOP
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Spitting ___ : IMAGE
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Parceled (out) : METED
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Sound asleep? : SNORE
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Word that can follow the ends of 17-, 27-, 43- and 57-Across : CHIP
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What wagon wheels may make : RUTS
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Pond gunk : SCUM
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Pack away : STOW
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Long-distance number starter : ONE
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Exhaust, with "up" : USE

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

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