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New York Times, Saturday, January 24, 2009

Author:
Mark Diehl
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mark Diehl

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2009, The New York TimesNo. 0124 ( 21,627 )
Across
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Brand for preparation on a stovetop : JIFFYPOP
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Like some misguided remarks : RACIST
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Tourist booth handouts : AREAMAPS
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Hebrew title for God : ADONAI
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Appliance numbers : VOLTAGES
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"The Crimes of Love" author : DESADE
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Buy in : ANTE
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Call for : ENTAIL
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Old atlas inits. : SSR
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Where pins are made : MAT
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Use leverage on : PRY
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Bakery container : LOAFPAN
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Not stiff at all : AGILE
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Fifth-year exams at Hogwarts : OWLS
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Jambalaya need : RICE
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Land where the air is thin : NEPAL
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Press : URGE
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Black as night : INKY
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Lines for liners : SEAROUTES
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Moccasin sound : HISS
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Brings in : NETS
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Workout reminders : ACHES
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Funny papers pooch : ODIE
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Longtime North Dakota senator Gerald and others : NYES
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Certain charity event : ROAST
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Hanger-on : WANNABE
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C.S.I. tasks : IDS
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Give-to-go filler : ITA
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"I knew it!" : AHA
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Loose overcoat : ULSTER
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Pitcher Saberhagen : BRET
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Civic club : ROTARY
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Just too cute : ADORABLE
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"Aaargh!" : DARNIT
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Sushi bar order : TUNAROLL
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Weightlifting move : SNATCH
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Indy, for one : SPEEDWAY
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Early hominid : JAVAMAN
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Early period : IRONAGE
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Kind of pen : FELTTIP
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Them's the breaks : FATE
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Peruvian Sumac : YMA
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Cell alternative : PAGER
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"Look, bonehead!" : OPENYOUREYES
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Discreet call : PSST
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Ham's rig : RADIOSET
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Writer ___ Rogers St. Johns : ADELA
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Amex listings: Abbr. : COS
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Twirling : INASPIN
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Born loser : SADSACK
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"Laura" star, 1944 : TIERNEY
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Dressed to the nines : ALLGUSSIEDUP
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Sports star with an accent in his name : PELE
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'67 Summer of Love locale : FRISCO
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___ Volcanic National Park : LASSEN
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Set down : WROTE
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Nominee for Best Supporting Actress in "Mildred Pierce," 1945 : ANNBLYTH
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Hammer holders : EARS
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"___ End" : HOWARDS
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Sarah Palin, by birth : IDAHOAN
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Sands part-owner, once : SINATRA
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Girlish accessory : HAIRBOW
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She was a pip to Pip in "Great Expectations" : ESTELLA
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Like elm trees : STATELY
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Golden : AURIC
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Go on and on : DRONE
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Needlework, for short? : TATS
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Minstrel : BARD
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Colony member : ANT
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English singer Corinne Bailey ___ : RAE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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