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New York Times, Friday, October 17, 2014

Author:
Michael Ashley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Michael Ashley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Ashley. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Michael Ashley notes:
In my themeless crosswords, I like to lead off with something that makes me appear considerably more tech savvy and up-to-date than I ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Today brings us a grid based on the common four-quadrant design, which Michael extends by sticking in a pair of long entries in the ... read more
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© 2014, The New York TimesNo. 1017 ( 23,719 )
Across
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Something running on a cell : MOBILEAPP
10
"The Waltons" co-star Ralph : WAITE
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Starting to succeed : ONONESWAY
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Opera title boy : AMAHL
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Been exposed to an awful lot : SEENITALL
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Like Royal Albert Hall : DOMED
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Roofing option : TAR
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"Palindromania!" writer Jon : AGEE
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Male duck : DRAKE
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Be up : BAT
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Ones hanging around delis? : SALAMIS
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Flashers at a rock concert : STROBES
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Let up : RELENT
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Superslim : THINASAREED
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Some QB protectors : RGS
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Out of service?: Abbr. : RETD
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Gouge, e.g. : MAR
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Dog tag? : FIDO
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Thespian Thurman : UMA
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One who's often 31-Across : FASHIONICON
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Orbiting Galaxy, e.g. : COMSAT
45
Hulu offerings : STREAMS
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Like a cat-o'-nine-tails' nine tails : KNOTTED
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Spitfire org. : RAF
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Paul who pioneered in quantum mechanics : DIRAC
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Means to deep spiritual insight : YOGA
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Malaria-fighting compound during W.W. II : DDT
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Development sites? : UTERI
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"V for Vendetta" writer : ALANMOORE
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"Le Bassin aux Nymphéas" painter : MONET
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Tabs, e.g. : DIETSODAS
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Lead character in seasons 1-3 of "Homeland" : BRODY
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One-run homers : SOLOSHOTS
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Start of many records : MOST
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Prime draft pick : ONEA
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Two-time belligerent against the British Empire : BOER
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Country ___ : INN
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"Magnum, P.I." wear : LEI
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Things dealt with in passing? : ESTATES
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Like many dogs' tails : AWAG
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Faint : PALE
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TV's Goober and others : PYLES
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Was ducky? : WADDLED
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Lacking scruples : AMORAL
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2007 satirical best seller : IAMAMERICA
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2007 Jamie Foxx film set in Saudi Arabia : THEKINGDOM
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Many future monarchs : ELDESTSONS
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What atoms may have : BOND
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Oakland Oaks' org. : ABA
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Consist of : ARE
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Overawed : STRUCKDUMB
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Church-owned newsweekly, for short : THEMONITOR
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Only Hispanic performer with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony : RITAMORENO
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___ Club : SAMS
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Player motivator : RAH
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Olympian troublemaker : ERIS
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Person's sphere of operation : FIEF
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Easy street's location? : FATCITY
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Had : ATE
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Town at the tip of Italy's "heel" : OTRANTO
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Carrying people, for short? : NRA
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Didn't just peek : STARED
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Couples : DYADS
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Potpourri : OLIO
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Fine ___ (Irish political party) : GAEL
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Dummy : DODO
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"Consarn it all!" : DRAT
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Danny Ocean's ex-wife in "Ocean's Eleven" : TESS
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Some mail for a mag : MSS
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"Will ya look at that!" : OOH

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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