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New York Times, Tuesday, October 11, 2011

66-Across : Repeated

Author:
Ed Sessa
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Edward Sessa

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Sessa. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York Times10/11/11 ( No. 22,617 )
Across
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Convenience for working travelers : LAPTOP
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The latest : NEWS
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Tire holder : RIM
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Dog that merits "Good boy!" : OBEYER
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Sore all over : ACHY
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Hoppy brew : ALE
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Tumblers : LOCKDEVICES
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Coal holder : BIN
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Perry of "Beverly Hills 90210" : LUKE
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Flu symptom : FEVER
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Execs' degs. : MBAS
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/, to a bowler : SPARE
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Beethoven's Third : EROICA
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Frank's wife before Mia : AVA
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N.F.L. ball carriers : RBS
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Result of pushing too hard? : TILT
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Tumblers : CIRCUSACROBATS
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PC whizzes : TECHS
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Miler Sebastian : COE
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Crinkly sole material : CREPE
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Tumblers : WHISKEYGLASSES
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"Would ___ to you?" : ILIE
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Bailed-out insurance co. : AIG
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Scores for 30-Across : TDS
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Money spent : OUTLAY
49
Stomach problem : ULCER
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Mice, to owls : PREY
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Marie with two Nobels : CURIE
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"Woe is me!" : ALAS
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First of three X's or O's : TIC
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Tumblers : JACKANDJILL
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"Dig in!" : EAT
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___ of Man : ISLE
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Garlicky shrimp dish : SCAMPI
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Nonfielding A.L. players : DHS
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Rare airline offering, nowadays : MEAL
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Repeated : ECHOED
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Lounge around : LOLL
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"___ Ben Adhem" : ABOU
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Hunt-and-___ (typing method) : PECK
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Little squirts : TYKES
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U.K. wordsmith's ref. : OED
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Quick-to-erect homes : PREFABS
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Born yesterday, so to speak : NAIVE
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"Behold," to Caesar : ECCE
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Cabbie's query : WHERETO
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The "S" in CBS: Abbr. : SYS
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Old-fashioned pregnancy check : RABBITTEST
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Hipbone-related : ILIAC
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Good problem solvers, as a group : MENSA
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Big name in Italian fashion : VERSACE
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Wisdom teeth, e.g. : MOLARS
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Otto von Bismarck's realm : PRUSSIA
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Protective part of a trunk : RIBCAGE
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Play a role : ACT
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Penthouse perk : VIEW
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Ones making plans : ARCHITECTS
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Unfriendly, as a greeting : CHILLY
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Playfully shy : COY
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King's trappings : REGALIA
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Went flat-out : SPED
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Problem for lispers : ESS
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Jingly pocket item : KEYCASE
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Requirement to hunt or drive : LICENSE
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Made a choice : OPTED
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Dickens's ___ Heep : URIAH
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"Family Matters" dweeb : URKEL
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Big Indian : RAJAH
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The Bruins' sch. : UCLA
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Long wheels : LIMO
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Mont Blanc, par exemple : ALPE
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Lost traction : SLID
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Huck's raftmate : JIM
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700, to Caesar : DCC

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

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