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New York Times, Friday, January 30, 2009

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brendan Emmett Quigley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 129 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2009, The New York TimesNo. 0130 ( 21,633 )
Across
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Woolly bear, eventually : MOTH
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City at the foot of Mount Entoto : ADDISABABA
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Cross letters : INRI
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Sludge buildup sites : CRANKCASES
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Like falling off ___ : ALOG
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Brownish orange : TERRACOTTA
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Early 20th-century New York City mayor : SETHLOW
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Many a defender: Abbr. : ATT
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Rule that ended in 1947 : RAJ
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Journalist with a widely read "Report" : MATTDRUDGE
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Newbie: Var. : TIRO
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Maintains : AVERS
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Not overseas : PAS
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___ moment : KODAK
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Not at all wet : SERE
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Be visibly disconsolate : SOB
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Steakhouse order : RIBEYE
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Foundation maker : AVON
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It may be mined : DATA
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Warnings, to Juan : AVISOS
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Peter Pan rival : JIF
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"The Emperor's Snuff-Box" novelist John Dickson ___ : CARR
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1980s Big Apple nightclub with a chemical name : XENON
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Mattress problem : SAG
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Cliffside detritus : SCREE
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___ outing : ONAN
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Cry when you don't think you'll make it : WEREDOOMED
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Some linemen: Abbr. : LTS
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ESPN analyst Pasquarelli : LEN
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Hits a line drive : RIPSONE
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Gardener or landscaper : OUTSIDEMAN
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"Women and Love" writer : HITE
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Some forms are filled out in it : TRIPLICATE
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City south of West Jordan on I-15 : OREM
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1993 Emmy winner for "Seinfeld" : LARRYDAVID
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Asian lang. : PERS
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Noxious vapors : MIASMAS
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Ashore, maybe : ONLEAVE
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Horse in harness : TROTTER
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It has made many people lose their heads : HIGHTREASON
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Person in an apron : ACTOR
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Tapped : DREWUPON
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___ el Beida (Casablanca, to its natives) : DAR
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Destitute-looking : INRAGS
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Work on one's figure, say : SKATE
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A.T.M. receipt abbr. : ACCT
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___ Dai (last emperor of Vietnam) : BAO
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One way to sit on a chair : ASTRIDE
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Tritium output : BETARAY
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Facetiously : ASAJOKE
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Denom. with elders : LDS
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Touch : DAB
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Briar locale : TOBACCOSHOP
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Young fox : KIT
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911 call, e.g. : SOS
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Org. involved in the gulf war : RAF
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From, in some names : VON
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Computer-savvy crowd : DIGERATI
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Salamander variety : AXOLOTL
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Classic Pontiac : VENTURA
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Excited : INASTIR
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Big bump : JAR
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Dresser alternative : ARMOIRE
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Verify, as a password : REENTER
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Saves : REDEEMS
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"Phoenissae" playwright : SENECA
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Offering of appeasement : SOP
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"___ it!" (cry of accomplishment) : WEDID
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Had a 31-Across, e.g. : DINED
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Asparagus's family : LILY
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May days?: Abbr. : SPR
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Big D cager : MAV

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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