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New York Times, Friday, January 28, 2011

Author:
Kevin G. Der
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Scrabble average: 1.86 This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Der. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0128 ( 22,361 )
Across
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Run in two places at once : SIMULCAST
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Savannah growth : COPSE
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Nut's suggestion : CRAZYIDEA
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Home of Creighton University : OMAHA
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Station finder : RADIODIAL
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Iron Age people : MEDES
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Mythical mortal who helped raise Dionysus : INO
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Aye's opposite, poetically : NEER
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Used the name : WENTBY
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See 49-Down : MIND
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Out of top form : RUSTY
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1925 Literature Nobelist : SHAW
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Cartoon series : PANELS
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Middle of summer? : EMS
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Frog-eating bird : ANI
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Tangle : SNAFU
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Temperature, e.g. : VITALSIGN
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Herpetologist's supply : ANTIVENOM
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Some island dwellers : CASTAWAYS
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French for "clog" : SABOT
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Washington Irving hero, informally : RIP
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Father, e.g.: Abbr. : REL
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Vigil locale : SHRINE
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What some veterans recall : IRAQ
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Japanese brew : ASAHI
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Burst : TEEM
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X'd : STRUCK
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More than surprise : DAZE
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What you may do when you're beat : NAP
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Sunbathing spot : PATIO
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Bob Fosse specialty : JAZZDANCE
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Not rounded : EXACT
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Minor restrictions : AGELIMITS
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Two-bit : DINKY
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Dead duck's cry : WERETOAST
Down
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Doesn't blow dough : SCRIMPS
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Like much oil : IRANIAN
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One often seen with her child : MADONNA
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Magazine holder : UZI
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Lord ___ (overseer of Scottish heraldry) : LYON
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Press releases? : CIDERS
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Literally, "to God" : ADIEU
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Brands ... or carrier of brands : SEARS
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___ vez (Mexican "maybe") : TAL
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Take place : COME
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Forecaster's concerns : OMENS
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Dish topped with crushed peanuts and lime : PADTHAI
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Ball of wax : SHEBANG
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Romp : EASYWIN
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Longtime Rolling Stones bassist : WYMAN
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Trim, in a way : DEFAT
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Parisian thinkers? : TETES
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Like the Bay of Rainbows : LUNAR
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Washing machine sound : SLOSH
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Glasses for a scientist : VIALS
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It creeps up : IVY
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Upper-class? : SMART
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Small change : TWEAK
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Like rice in some cereal treats : CRISPED
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On-demand flier : AIRTAXI
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One of 300 at Thermopylae : SPARTAN
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Stretches between Ryder Cups : BIENNIA
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Plays without a break : ONEACTS
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Nautical danger : TEMPEST
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Thing often heard in short order? : SIZZLE
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With 22-Across, genius's asset : QUICK
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It may become a cliché : ADAGE
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"Animal House" figure : HAZER
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President after Auriol : COTY
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Better papers? : EDIT
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Hook connection point : JAW
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"Just ___" ("Hold on") : AMO

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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