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New York Times, Monday, January 27, 2014

6-Down : ___ lane

Author:
James Tuttle
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXYZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Tuttle. Jeff Chen's Puzzle of the Week pick.
James Tuttle notes:
A few years ago I was watching TV and a commercial for timeshares came on. In this commercial the word TIMESHARE is shouted an absurd ... read more
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While "words that go with" sorts of themes have become quite common, this one is a cut above the rest, in my opinion, because the ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
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© 2014, The New York Times1/27/14 ( No. 23,456 )
Across
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Attack with a knife : STAB
5
"Oops-a-daisy" : UHOH
9
Hypermasculine : MACHO
14
See 2-Down : TRUE
15
Duet minus one : SOLO
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Patriot Ethan of the Revolutionary War : ALLEN
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*Flying : AIRTRAVEL
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"Silly" birds : GEESE
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Renter's document : LEASE
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"No idea" : IDUNNO
23
Mormons, in brief : LDS
24
*One placed between warring parties : PEACEKEEPER
29
Ivy League school in Philly : PENN
30
Encountered : MET
31
Doc grp. : AMA
32
*Contestant's help on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" : LIFELINE
36
Like some cereals : OATEN
38
Colored part of the eye : IRIS
39
Softly, in music : DOLCE
42
Born and ___ : BRED
43
Serving on a skewer : KABOB
45
*King, queen or jack : FACECARD
47
Brian who composed "Music for Airports" : ENO
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The "L" of L.A. : LOS
51
Squabbles : ROWS
52
*Piece of furniture that might be under a chandelier : DINNERTABLE
55
"There ___ is, Miss America" : SHE
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Epic work by Virgil : AENEID
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Quick : RAPID
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Hybrid kind of battery : NICAD
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Vacation lodging purchase ... or an arrangement between the two halves of the answer to each starred clue? : TIMESHARE
66
Desert flora : CACTI
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Battery : CELL
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Port of Yemen : ADEN
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"America's Finest News Source," with "The" : ONION
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Car parts that have caps : HUBS
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Hotel and hospital features : BEDS
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Shower unit : STALL
2
___ and 14-Across (reliable) : TRIED
3
Surrounding glows : AURAS
4
Risks : BETS
5
It's between Can. and Mex. : USA
6
___ lane : HOV
7
Kind of acid in soapmaking : OLEIC
8
World Series of Poker game : HOLDEM
9
X-Men villain : MAGNETO
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Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
11
1963 Elizabeth Taylor role : CLEOPATRA
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Guys : HES
13
First number dialed when calling long distance : ONE
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Push back, as an attack : REPEL
22
Hawaiian strings, for short : UKE
25
"Idylls of the King" lady : ENID
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___ Domini : ANNO
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Mideast bigwig: Var. : EMEER
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Early stage of industrial work, for short : RANDD
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Mexican money : PESO
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Had a crush on : LIKED
33
Resident of Tehran : IRANI
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Eponym of a number series that begins 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, ... : FIBONACCI
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Munchkin : ELF
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Kindergarten basics : ABCS
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Bit of pasta, for short : CARB
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Green science: Abbr. : ECOL
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Not be conspicuous : BLENDIN
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Pitchers : EWERS
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Mined metal : ORE
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Hilarious person, in slang : STITCH
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"Far out!" : NEATO
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Fond farewell : ADIEU
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Digging tool : SPADE
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Put on the payroll : HIRED
57
Perfect places : EDENS
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Ill-fated captain : AHAB
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Sgt., e.g. : NCO
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Suffix with Dickens : IAN
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Cubs and White Sox org. : MLB
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Windy City trains : ELS

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