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New York Times, Saturday, October 13, 2012

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

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 70 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2012, The New York TimesNo. 1013 ( 22,985 )
Across
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Come to the surface : BUBBLEUP
9
Place out of line : OFFSET
15
Light work on a stage : OPERETTA
16
Abrupt discussion ender : DROPIT
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Sci-fi vehicle : STARSHIP
18
Bread : DINERO
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Appointed time : HOUR
20
Hand helpers : ACES
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Campaign manager? : ADREP
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Backbeat keeper : SNAREDRUM
25
Early idol of Warhol : CAPOTE
29
Pen call : BAA
30
Common menu option : EDIT
33
Former big player in trading cards : FLEER
34
See 46-Across : SANTA
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Skater with many trophies : ORR
37
Names on some Apple products : LENNONMCCARTNEY
40
One of Ptolemy's 48 constellations : ARA
41
English philosopher Robert : HOOKE
42
Grunts : PEONS
43
Published : TOLD
45
Average name : DOW
46
With 34-Across, company's present occasion? : SECRET
47
1950s "American Bandstand" dance : THESTROLL
50
Grammy winner Adams : BRYAN
52
1950s living room feature : HIFI
53
Scatterbrain : DITZ
57
Document heading : RUBRIC
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Jane Goodall study site : TANZANIA
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1990 A.L. Rookie of the Year : ALOMAR
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Driving : EGGINGON
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Fire Chief supplier : TEXACO
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Not fret : RESTEASY
Down
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Baloney : BOSH
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As far as : UPTO
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Certain squeeze : BEAU
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Chilly remark? : BRRR
5
The Parisian? : LES
6
Crude component : ETHANE
7
The Pioneers of the N.C.A.A. : UTICA
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Part of 37-Across's output : PAPERBACKWRITER
9
Leftover : ODD
10
Romeo's adviser, for one : FRIAR
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Communal dish : FONDUE
12
One making a bank deposit? : SPERMDONOR
13
Name on some European stamps : EIRE
14
Datsun 280ZX option : TTOP
21
Attempt to reach a post-departure plane? : SEANCE
23
Brewer Bernhard : STROH
24
Bank deposit? : DATA
25
Harp's home key : CFLAT
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New model of 1999 : ALERO
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Enforcer's place, often : PENALTYBOX
28
Vintner's prefix : OEN
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Samuel Johnson's only play : IRENE
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Amorous arrangement : TRYST
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Hiccup-free : SMOOTH
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Last name in skin care : ARPEL
38
Inattention indications : NODS
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P.I. : TEC
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Concept in Hinduism and Buddhism : DHARMA
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Ancient weaponry : SLINGS
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Six women at Penn programmed it : ENIAC
49
Not in the minority : OFAGE
50
No angel : BRAT
51
Be the best, in slang : RULE
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King Gorm the Old, e.g. : DANE
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"Roll in ze hay" enthusiast in "Young Frankenstein" : INGA
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Parents' hermanos : TIOS
56
Off-the-wall : ZANY
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Balkan land, in the Olympics : CRO
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Embarrassing eruption : ZIT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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