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New York Times, Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Author:
Jay Kaskel
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jay Kaskel

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVWX} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Kaskel. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 1027 ( 22,268 )
Across
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Director Lee : ANG
4
Big name in sport shirts : IZOD
8
Dispute : OPPOSE
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Little dipper? : TOE
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Film style : NOIR
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Makes less than a killing : DOESOK
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Cholesterol abbr. : HDL
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Nut with caffeine : KOLA
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Grand grounds : ESTATE
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Comment on life by 52-Across? : REALITYBITES
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Like some straw : OATEN
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Hangs around : LOITERS
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Deposit and withdrawal site for 52-Across? : BLOODBANK
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Lamebrained : DOPEY
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Musical Reed : LOU
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Displaying more violence : GORIER
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Result of an encounter with 52-Across? : PAININTHENECK
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Seize for ransom : KIDNAP
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Capek play : RUR
42
Mole, e.g. : PLANT
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Crib plaything for a young 52-Across? : BATMOBILE
49
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, e.g. : HEROINE
51
Stiffness : RIGOR
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See 20-, 28-, 35- and 43-Across : COUNTDRACULA
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Vampire story, e.g. : LEGEND
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Deuce follower : ADIN
60
Frozen water, to Wilhelm : EIS
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Hebrew name for God : ADONAI
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Part of a vampire : FANG
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___-Foy, Que. : STE
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Pied Piper's sound : TOOTLE
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Nipper : TYKE
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Down : SAD
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Like the heart during a horror movie : ATHROB
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"Sorry, Charlie" : NODEAL
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Frozen treat : GELATO
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Way to pay someone back : INKIND
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___-suiter : ZOOT
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Like mechanics' hands : OILY
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Void of any va-va-voom : DRAB
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Poem title start : ODETO
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Ill-fated ship of film : POSEIDON
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Spot to pick up Spot : PETSTORE
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Spanish she-bear : OSA
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Bar fixture, maybe : SOT
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Squeeze (out) : EKE
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Fierce sort, astrologically : LEO
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Sort : ILK
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Awesome, in slang : EPIC
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Stink : REEK
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Neighbor of Turk. : SYR
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Tiny bump on a graph : BLIP
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___ Center (Chicago skyscraper) : AON
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Commercial lead-in to Sweet : NUTRA
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"Cootie" : GERM
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Carpet feature : PILE
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Month before Nisan : ADAR
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Having clean hands : INNOCENT
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Like some parks : NATIONAL
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QB's utterance : HUT
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Speed meas. in Europe : KPH
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Big ___ : BEN
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Popsicle choice : ORANGE
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Pen with a cap : BIC
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"Um ... O.K." : IGUESS
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1955 novel that was made into 1962 and 1997 films : LOLITA
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Obliterated : ERASED
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Racy film : NUDIE
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1920s chief justice : TAFT
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Subject of the book "Six Armies in Normandy" : DDAY
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N.H.L. venue : RINK
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No. on a map : LAT
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Tokyo, once : EDO
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Melted chocolate, e.g. : GOO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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