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New York Times, Wednesday, October 15, 2014

57-Down : Kiev's land: Abbr.

Author:
David Poole
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Poole.
David Poole notes:
Not surprisingly, the seed entry was the revealer at 56-Across. CHUCK BERRY just struck me as a directive — the other theme entries ... read more
Will Shortz notes:
I don't usually run puzzles in which the mutilated theme answers don't themselves make sense. But the reveal to this one was so ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
CHUCK BERRY stars in today's grid, both as an entry and an instruction, to chuck BERRY out of four theme answers. These types of ... read more
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© 2014, The New York Times10/15/14 ( No. 23,717 )
Across
1
Attempt : STAB
5
Places longshoremen work : DOCKS
10
Pickle flavoring : DILL
14
Mozart's "___ Fan Tutte" : COSI
15
Internet giant that purchased Flickr in 2005 : YAHOO
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"The Time Machine" vegetarians : ELOI
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*Drifter of literature : HUCKLEFINN
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Flow stopper : CLOT
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Sorrowful 1954 Patti Page hit : ICRIED
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Pragmatic person : REALIST
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Swiss/Austrian border river : RHINE
24
Degree for many a 58-Down : MBA
26
One-third of a triptych : PANEL
27
Cube creator : RUBIK
28
*Potent potable in "Arsenic and Old Lace" : ELDERWINE
30
Parrot : APE
31
It can take your breath away : BOA
32
Big ___ (hallux) : TOE
33
*Nicole Kidman, hairwise : STRAWBLONDE
38
Brynner of "The King and I" : YUL
39
___ Savage, player of the boy on "Boy Meets World" : BEN
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Dr. J's league, once, for short : ABA
43
*1985 Prince hit : RASPBERET
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Screenwriter Sorkin : AARON
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Pop singer Mann : AIMEE
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Story assigners, in brief : EDS
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"You had me at ___" ("Jerry Maguire" line) : HELLO
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Like preserved flowers and writers under deadline : PRESSED
54
Surrendered to gravity : SAGGED
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Man or Mull : ISLE
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One of the original Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, whose name is a hint to the answers to the four starred clues : CHUCKBERRY
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Shoulder muscle, to a gym rat : DELT
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Cornball : HOKEY
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Forever and a day : AEON
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Comes out with : SAYS
63
Spanish "others" : OTROS
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Where Citigroup is C, for short : NYSE
Down
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Astronaut Wally, the first person to go into space three times : SCHIRRA
2
Airbrush, e.g. : TOUCHUP
3
Attributes : ASCRIBES
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Two-piece suit : BIKINI
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Brunette no more, say : DYED
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Bumbler : OAF
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Tai ___ : CHI
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German chancellor Adenauer : KONRAD
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Unit of loudness : SONE
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Rendered harmless, in a way : DECLAWED
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"Fighting" Big Ten team : ILLINI
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Relax : LOOSEN
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Lilliputian : LITTLE
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Vichyssoise vegetable : LEEK
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Plane's parking place : APRON
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Request for milk, maybe : MEOW
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Spilled the beans : BLABBED
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View from Windsor Castle : ETON
31
Christian in Hollywood : BALE
34
Prepares for proofing : TYPESETS
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Hayseeds : RUBES
36
Court replays : LETS
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Tea choice for TV's Frasier Crane : EARLGREY
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Short jackets worn open in front : BOLEROS
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Pain reliever : ANODYNE
43
Canoeist's challenge : RAPIDS
44
Like some rescues : AIRSEA
45
Ripe : SMELLY
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Flying off the shelves : REDHOT
47
Starbuck's superior : AHAB
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Greece/Turkey separator, with "the" : AEGEAN
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Bounce back : ECHO
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"The ___ the limit!" : SKYS
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Kiev's land: Abbr. : UKR
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Many a Fortune profilee, for short : CEO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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