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New York Times, Saturday, January 5, 2013

Author:
Barry C. Silk
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Barry C. Silk

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {V} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 0105 ( 23,069 )
Across
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Reconcile : MAKEPEACE
10
Certain Arabian Peninsula native : ADENI
15
Nancy Pelosi's Emmy-nominated daughter : ALEXANDRA
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Test for a tailor : TRYON
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Mork first appeared on it : HAPPYDAYS
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Boot : EJECT
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Cons : ANTIS
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Graceful genie of myth : PERI
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See 50-Across : SHE
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Interrogee, often : LIAR
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"Crimes of Passion" Grammy winner : PATBENATAR
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Bone: Prefix : OSTE
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Price of music : LLOYD
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Guinier of civil rights : LANI
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City of 750,000 SW of Warsaw : LODZ
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Big name in car batteries : DELCO
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Drummer with a star on the Walk of Fame : WOODYWOODPECKER
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Time release : ISSUE
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Kind of surgery : ORAL
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Where Wyatt Earp operated the Dexter Saloon : NOME
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G follower : AFLAT
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Urgent alerts, briefly : APBS
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It may be followed by [sic] : CLOSEQUOTE
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Onetime big name in hair removal : NEET
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Opposites of 22-Acrosses : HES
51
What birds take : WING
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First name in 1950s politics : ADLAI
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1998-2007 Lebanese president Lahoud : EMILE
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It doesn't include a bass : GIRLGROUP
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Hit most likely to start an unassisted triple play : LINER
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Miss in an aisle : USHERETTE
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Symbols of industry : LOGOS
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The Marx Brothers in "Monkey Business," e.g. : STOWAWAYS
Down
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"___ nui loa" (Hawaiian words of gratitude) : MAHALO
2
Self-titled debut album of 1991 : ALANIS
3
Didn't stop : KEPTAT
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Run out : EXPIRE
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With 35-Down, joins the club, perhaps : PAYS
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Shut off : END
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Novelist Leverson : ADA
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Sasquatch studier, say : CRYPTOZOOLOGIST
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Slip past : EASEBY
10
Didn't run out for dinner : ATEIN
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Philly court legend : DRJ
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Shrimp protrusion : EYESTALK
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"Never" : NOCHANCE
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Kind of paint : INTERIOR
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Word with cent or cell : RED
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Blizzard battler : PLOW
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Designer Gucci : ALDO
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Writer Wilkinson of The New Yorker : ALEC
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Cleaning agent : LYE
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Atl. Coast state : DEL
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Big name in gossip, once : WINCHELL
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Basis of the song "It's Now or Never" : OSOLEMIO
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Dialyzing : OSMOSING
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See 5-Down : DUES
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"Doggone!" : DRAT
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Crown : PATE
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E.P.A. computation : AQI
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Tinactin target : FUNGUS
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Merry-___ (clown) : ANDREW
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Jai alai need : PELOTA
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Knockout : BEAUTY
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Frond supporters : STIPES
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They hold water : EWERS
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Noted Indian burial site : AGRA
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Constellation that looks like a bent coat hanger : LEO
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Density symbol : RHO
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Tennis's Hoad : LEW

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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