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New York Times, Sunday, October 6, 2013

"Here lies One ___ Name was writ in Water" (words on Keats's tombstone)

Author:
Patrick Berry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Berry

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Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 136, Blocks: 72 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 180 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Jeff Chen notes:
Always a delight to see Patrick Berry's name on a byline, because I know I'll get a cleanly-filled puzzle, polished to a high shine. Today is no different. Two years ago we were blessed by ... read more
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© 2013, The New York Times10/6/13 ( No. 23,343 )
Across
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Tach site : DASH
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"Histoire de ___" (children's classic) : BABAR
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Ocular ailment : STYE
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Where roots grow : SCALP
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Tech company in the Fortune 500 : EBAY
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Like Lincolns : OVINE
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Comply with : MEET
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Holmes of Hollywood : KATIE
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Magic word that never loses its power? : PERMANENTPRESTO
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Autograph seekers' targets : IDOLS
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Company with a monocled mascot : PLANTERS
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1970s Ford on the move? : ROLLINGPINTO
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Twins, possibly : BEDS
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Old trans-Atlantic voyager : PINTA
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Exudes : OOZES
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More than a murmur of discontent : UPROAR
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Ruptures : RENDS
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Bezos who founded Amazon : JEFF
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Enthusiastic enjoyment of one's unhappiness? : GLOOMYGUSTO
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The Josip Broz Memorial Trophy? : CUPOFTITO
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Lapse in secrecy : LEAK
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Balance sheet nos. : AMTS
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Stumper : POSER
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Hindustan capital of old : AGRA
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Common ingredient in Nigerian cuisine : YAM
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Bag End resident : BILBO
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"North Dallas Forty" star : NOLTE
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Tenderloin cut : FILET
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Hands-free microphone's place : LAPEL
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More than ardent : RABID
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Camp rentals : CANOES
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Stingy snack vendor's special offer? : BUYONEGETONEFRITO
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Gussied (up) : DOLLED
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Impertinent : SAUCY
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Rises dramatically : SOARS
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Say uncle : YIELD
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Like the word "cwm" : WELSH
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Settlement stipulations : TERMS
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Capture : BAG
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Away from the wind : ALEE
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Rock used for flagstones : SHALE
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Country club vehicle : CART
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Dublin-born musician : BONO
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Big Apple cop who's looking to bust Popeye? : NYPDBLUTO
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Learn all about the capital of Ecuador? : MASTERQUITO
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Conversation openers? : LIPS
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Track assignments : LANES
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Teacher at Alexandria : EUCLID
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Skimming utensil : SPOON
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Tootle : MOTOR
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Unsound, as an argument : WEAK
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Portion of Dante's "Inferno" that was wisely excised? : GARBAGECANTO
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Photo processing centers : MINILABS
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To date : ASYET
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Christmas decoration that automatically steers toward lovers? : GUIDEDMISTLETOE
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"Here lies One ___ Name was writ in Water" (words on Keats's tombstone) : WHOSE
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Tiny pasta : ORZO
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Sad sack : LOSER
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Constellation animal : URSA
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Whittled (down) : PARED
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Spotted : SEEN
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Goizueta Business School's university : EMORY
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Slip by : PASS
Down
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People's Sexiest Man Alive ... twice : DEPP
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Genesis victim : ABEL
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1979 Fleetwood Mac hit : SARA
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Service manual? : HYMNBOOK
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Waterless : BONEDRY
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Maintains : AVERS
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Rubbermaid wares : BINS
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Lead bug in "A Bug's Life" : ANT
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You may have had issues with them in the past : REPRINTS
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Extracts metal from : SMELTS
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Car company based in Palo Alto, Calif. : TESLA
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Seven-foot (or so) cryptid : YETI
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English school : ETON
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Leave surreptitiously : SKIPOFF
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Southernmost province of Spain : CADIZ
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Compensate (for) : ATONE
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Pleasant vocal qualities : LILTS
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Spanish "weight" : PESO
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Elite squad : ATEAM
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Sonata segment : RONDO
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Take a stab at : GOFOR
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Genoese delicacy : PESTO
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Frightful : UGLY
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Defendant's declaration : PLEA
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Incur cellphone charges, maybe : ROAM
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Model A features : RUMBLESEATS
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Fitting punishment : JUSTDESERTS
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Sport with a French name : EPEE
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Ancient Hellenic healer : GALEN
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___ Kaepernick, Super Bowl XLVII QB for the 49ers : COLIN
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Spoils : TAINTS
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Round house : IGLOO
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Golfer's obstacle : TREE
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Stable diet? : OATS
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Submarine : POBOY
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Sang in the moonlight, maybe : BAYED
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Player in a pocket : IPOD
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"But of course!" : NATCH
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Some fund-raisers : FAIRS
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Pacified : LULLED
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Get more mileage out of : REUSE
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Learn fast, say : CRAM
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[unmentionable] : BLEEP
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Wine Country surname : GALLO
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Area in which one shines : FORTE
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Cannon who married Cary Grant : DYAN
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Like sulfuric acid : OILY
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Lick : WHUP
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Dart gun : TASER
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Seethe : BOIL
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Prefix with septic or tank : ANTI
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"I'm glad!" : GOOD
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Rock launcher : SLING
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Make out : CANOODLE
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Driver's recommendation : BUCKLEUP
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Overlarge : BLOATED
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Paint option : MATTE
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Orbital decay result : REENTRY
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Small game : QUAIL
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Three-time Olympics host : LONDON
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One of the Obamas : SASHA
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Seinfeld called him "the Picasso of our profession" : PRYOR
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Overlarge : OBESE
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Mesoamerican crop : MAIZE
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Tempered by experience : WISER
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Stare stupidly : GAWP
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Impediments to teamwork : EGOS
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Medical breakthrough : CURE
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___ soup : MISO
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Sensor forerunner : ATRA
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Give orders to : BOSS
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Poseidon ruled them : SEAS
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Pop lover : MOM

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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