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New York Times, Thursday, January 24, 2013

Author:
Michael Shteyman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Michael Shteyman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 49 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 0124 ( 23,088 )
Across
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Chiquita import : BANANAS
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Sailor's heavy jacket : PEACOAT
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1968 to the present, in tennis : OPENERA
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Gathers on the surface, as a layer of molecules : ADSORBS
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Small image displayed in a browser's address bar : FAVICON
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Quick break : PITSTOP
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Subject of a 2010 biography subtitled "The Voice" : FRANKSINATRA
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Marie Antoinette's loss : TETE
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Title boy in a Humperdinck opera : HANSEL
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Forearm bones : RADII
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Word before and after "yeah" : YOU
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"Whoa, baby!" : YOWZA
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It may have one or two sides : ENTREE
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Part of a baby's daily schedule : NAP
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Port ___ : SAID
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City that's home to three Unesco World Heritage Sites : AGRA
39
Tabloid TV show co-hosted by Mario Lopez : EXTRA
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Atomic : TINY
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"Broccoli again?," e.g. : MOAN
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Tale : LIE
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Put on guard : WARNED
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Hollywood's Roberts and others : ERICS
48
Part of P.S.T.: Abbr. : STD
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Several "Boris Godunov" parts : BASSI
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Lapsed : RANOUT
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Back : REAR
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Compact since 1982 : NISSANSENTRA
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Bordering state : ABUTTAL
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Two : APAIROF
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Line of Porsches whose name is Spanish for "race" : CARRERA
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Decorative melody added above a simple musical theme : DESCANT
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With 47-Down, popular hotel chain : EMBASSY
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Goddess with a golden chariot : ARTEMIS
Down
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Sockeroo : BOFF
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On ___ with : APAR
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Gulf of Finland feeder : NEVA
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Have ___ with : ANIN
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Unimaginative gift, maybe : NECKTIE
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Sprang : AROSE
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"Madness put to good uses," per George Santayana : SANITY
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Nickname for Haydn : PAPA
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First lady of the 1910s : EDITH
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Off course : ASTRAY
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Dangerous family : COSANOSTRA
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Meal morsel : ORT
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Type letters : ABO
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Medicine amt. : TSP
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Colorful fish : NEONTETRA
23
Country lads : SWAINS
24
Newsweek and others : EZINES
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She was on the cover of back-to-back issues of Time in September 1997 : LADYDI
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Metalworker's tool : REAMER
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Sweater material : ANGORA
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It stops at Manhattan's Washington Square and Rockefeller Center : DTRAIN
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Affair of the 1980s : IRANCONTRA
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Bygone political inits. : UAR
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Sushi fish : EEL
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Part of the Iams logo : PAW
40
Fraternity letters : XIS
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Side by side : ABREAST
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See 67-Across : SUITES
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"You're welcome, amigo" : DENADA
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Line that ended in 1917 : TSARS
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Consistent with : ASPER
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Leave rolling in the aisles : SLAY
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"Good job!" : NICE
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Ride in London : TRAM
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Rice-A-___ : RONI
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Talk show times: Abbr. : AFTS
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Pal : ACE
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"Kapow!" : BAM
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City community, informally : URB

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle.

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