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New York Times, Thursday, November 25, 2010

Author:
Bill Thompson
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bill Thompson

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Thompson. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 1125 ( 22,297 )
Across
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The Divine, in 23-Across : DIO
4
"M*A*S*H" co-star : SWIT
8
Get started : GOTOIT
14
Woman's name that means "messenger of God" : ANGELINA
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Simple hydrocarbon : ETHYNE
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*Omaha-born human rights activist : MALCOLMX
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Mauled : TOREAT
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Pick ___ (quibble) : ANIT
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Supérieur et Érié : LACS
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Baum princess : OZMA
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Ligurian capital : GENOA
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Having harmony : TONAL
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Suffix with ball : OON
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Physics unit : ERG
30
Tee follower : VEE
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1955 Platters hit : ONLYYOU
34
Plunk preceder : KER
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Follows : SUCCEEDS
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*Today's kids, demographically speaking : GENERATIONZ
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Plessy v. ___ (landmark Supreme Court decision) : FERGUSON
40
Gate opener for Apollo : EOS
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Afternoon services : TEASETS
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Drew Barrymore hosted this show at age 7: Abbr. : SNL
43
Est., e.g., once : SSR
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Approximately 946 of these make a qt. : MLS
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Bouquet : pheasants :: covey : ___ : QUAIL
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Volkswagen model : JETTA
51
Hockey's Phil, to fans : ESPO
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Hubbub : STIR
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"Dianetics" author ___ Hubbard : LRON
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How some gym instructors stand : AKIMBO
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*Brand with the challenge to lose one inch from your waist in two weeks : SPECIALK
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Many a campaign fund-raiser : DINNER
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Sweet wine : MUSCATEL
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It goes in front of a coal tender : ENGINE
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Hayes portrayer in "The Mod Squad," 1999 : EPPS
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Number of tiles per Scrabble set for the letter at the end of the answer to each starred clue : ONE
Down
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Split or crack : DAMAGE
2
More asinine : INANER
3
Viewing with elevator eyes : OGLING
4
___-pitch : SLO
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It may be good or free : WILL
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Con : INMATE
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Mexican silver center : TAXCO
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Trick : GET
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Chiwere-speaking tribe : OTO
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"And ___ the field the road runs by": Tennyson : THRO
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Courtroom cry : OYEZOYEZ
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Feeling gloomy, say : INAMOOD
13
Lockjaw : TETANUS
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___-1 ("Ghostbusters" vehicle) : ECTO
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Part of a pig : SNOUT
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*"What Do You Do With a B.A. in English?" musical : AVENUEQ
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___ régime : ANCIEN
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*Performer born James Todd Smith : LLCOOLJ
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Mocedades hit subtitled "Touch the Wind" : ERESTU
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Urges : YENS
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Gunpowder holders : KEGS
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Japanese surname follower : SAN
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Comprehending : GRASPING
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Latin lover's bouquet, maybe : ROSAS
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Where the N.S.A. is headquartered : FTMEADE
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Some wallet material : EELSKIN
42
Blunder : SLIPUP
43
Prefix with cumulus : STRATO
44
Like some kisses : STOLEN
45
Irk : RANKLE
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"Hello ___" (Todd Rundgren hit) : ITSME
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Director Kazan : ELIA
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Bygone science/sci-fi magazine : OMNI
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Sued party in a legal case: Abbr. : RESP
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Michael Jackson's first #1 solo hit : BEN
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Calif. neighbor : ORE
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Hosp. units : CCS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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