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New York Times, Tuesday, November 26, 2013

57-Down : "That hurts!"

Author:
Don Gagliardo and Zhouqin Burnikel
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Zhouqin Burnikel

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Gagliardo. This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Burnikel.
Constructor notes:
Don: I remember clearly that I was in my car in Columbus, Ohio, listening to a local radio show host, John Corby of 610 WTVN, and the ... read more
Will Shortz notes:
An etymologically related theme like today's, is always welcome. The resulting theme answers here are a lot of fun, too. Among the ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Another strong puzzle from an emerging powerhouse duo, Don and C.C. Very fun theme, something I was vaguely aware of while solving (I ... read more
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© 2013, The New York Times11/26/13 ( No. 23,394 )
Across
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Decree : EDICT
6
Paths of lobs : ARCS
10
Basic quatrain scheme : ABAB
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"Hawaii Five-O" nickname : DANNO
15
French 4 + 4 : HUIT
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Olin of "Chocolat" : LENA
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Hiker's snack : GRANOLABAR
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"It must be something ___" : IATE
20
European peak : ALP
21
What's being discussed in the National Enquirer or Globe : TABLOIDBUZZ
23
Mete out : RATION
25
Quick wit : ESPRIT
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Airhead : DODO
28
Willow twig : OSIER
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Matter of law : CASE
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Adams in a bar : SAMUEL
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Winter woe : FLU
39
Provision in many a construction contract : ESCALATORCLAUSE
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Asian language with no plural form : LAO
43
"We're on!" : ITSAGO
44
Said "Guilty" or "Not guilty," say : PLED
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"Live long and prosper" speaker : SPOCK
47
"Suis" is part of its conjugation : ETRE
49
Cranapple juice and others : BLENDS
53
Modern home of the ancient Zapotec civilization : OAXACA
57
Poor weight-loss practice : YOYODIETING
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Buns, e.g. : DOS
61
Winds up : ENDS
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Intellectual property protection ... or what the starts of 17-, 21-, 39- and 57-Across once were : TRADEMARKS
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Siouan tribe : OTOE
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Jannings who won the first Best Actor Oscar : EMIL
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Didn't go out for dinner : ATEIN
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Covered club, usually : WOOD
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Fit to be tried : SANE
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Neck parts : NAPES
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Mystery prize : EDGAR
2
Friend of Porky and Spanky : DARLA
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Unsuited : INAPT
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Fox News rival : CNN
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Pretentious, informally : TOOTOO
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Starbuck's boss : AHAB
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Change in Russia : RUBLE
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Bye lines? : CIAOS
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"Dilbert" or "Doonesbury" : STRIP
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Cover stories : ALIBIS
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Stunning : BEAUTIFUL
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Animated bug film : ANTZ
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Singer of many Dylan songs : BAEZ
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Imager of the earth's surface : LANDSAT
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Waggish : DROLL
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Inkling : IDEA
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17-Across ingredients, often : OATS
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Otherwise : ELSE
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Lamented : RUED
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Ones drawn to film? : CELS
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"Hurry!" : ASAP
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Shaggy's dog : SCOOBYDOO
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Extinct ostrichlike bird : MOA
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Impulse : URGE
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Transitional zone between plant communities : ECOTONE
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Fancied : LIKED
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Zenith : APEX
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After-hours shop sign : CLOSED
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Seller of cloth scraps : RAGMAN
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Casual evenings? : NITES
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Skin: Prefix : DERMA
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Blotch : STAIN
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One with space to sell, for short : ADREP
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NPR news analyst Roberts : COKIE
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Professional grps. : ASSNS
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"That hurts!" : YEOW
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Wise about : ONTO
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Thumb-twiddling : IDLE
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___ glance : ATA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle.

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