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BAKER'S DOZEN

New York Times, Sunday, November 6, 2011

Pastry chef creations ... and a hint to 12 other answers in this puzzle

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 189 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Jim Horne notes:

I have highlighted the 12 "upside down" cakes.

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© 2011, The New York Times11/6/11 ( No. 22,643 )
Across
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Number of coins in la Fontana di Trevi? : TRE
4
Singer Bryan : ADAMS
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Formal occasion : PROM
13
Power option : ACDC
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Roasted: Fr. : ROTI
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Invader of 1066 : NORMAN
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Logan of "60 Minutes" : LARA
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___ fide : BONA
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Muscat's land : OMAN
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Focus of Gandhi's philosophy : NONVIOLENCE
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Sweet's partner : SOUR
27
Radioactivity figure : HALFLIFE
29
Plans to lose : DIETS
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S'pose : RECKON
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Uppity sort : SNOOT
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Degs. from Yale and Harvard : LLDS
35
TMC competitor : SHO
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Fried chicken choice : CRISPY
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"Odyssey" temptress : CIRCE
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Infinite : BOTTOMLESS
42
Chem. unit : MOL
43
Turkish title : AGHA
45
Mediterranean isl. : SAR
46
Makes a scene : ACTSUP
49
"Humbug!" : BAH
50
Feminine suffix : ENNE
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And others : ETALII
53
Credit card bill nos. : APRS
55
Wearing a wig and shades, say : INCOG
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Marriage site : ALTAR
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Baseball's Bando : SAL
61
"The Boy Who Cried Wolf" storyteller : AESOP
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Classic jetliner : DCNINE
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Old hi-fi records : MONOS
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Accurse : DAMN
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Big grocery store chain : IGA
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Tagalong : SHADOW
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On the double : SWIFTLY
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"Pinwheel and Flow" artist : CALDER
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"Fee, fi, fo, ___" : FUM
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Ratchet bar : PAWL
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"Cheers!" : SKOAL
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How you might get change for a twenty : INTENS
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Perfumery rootstock : ORRIS
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PJ-clad mansion owner : HEF
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Henry ___ Lodge : CABOT
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"Paper Moon" girl : ADDIE
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It means nothing to the French : RIEN
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Musician who won a 2011 Presidential Medal of Freedom : YOYOMA
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Shake, rattle or roll : VERB
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Poetic preposition : OER
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Brightly colored lizards : AGAMAS
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Museum hanging : OIL
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It has banks in St. Petersburg : NEVA
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Bugs, e.g. : VWS
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Peak leaf-peeping time in Pennsylvania : MIDOCTOBER
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Certain antibody : LYSIN
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Raise, as a topic : BROACH
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Part of a Q&A: Abbr. : ANS
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Hurt : ACHE
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"Be silent," in music : TACET
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Cheesemaker's supply : RENNET
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Empty spaces : VOIDS
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Subdued : OVERCAME
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Have ___ for (desire) : AYEN
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Police protection : RIOTSHIELDS
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Dust Bowl witness : OKIE
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English general in the American Revolution : GAGE
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About : INRE
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Personal contacts? : LENSES
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Dangerous speed : METH
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Bygone spray : ALAR
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Gets in the pool, say : BETS
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Like bell-bottoms or go-go pants : RETRO
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Barbecue sound : SSS
Down
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Not having quite enough money : SHORT
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Circus Maximus patron : ROMAN
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Schokolade : GERMANCHOCOLATE
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Years, to Tiberius : ANNI
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Manna, according to the Bible : ANGELFOOD
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Synthetic fiber brand : ARNEL
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Year of Super Bowl XXXIX : MMV
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Declared : SAIDSO
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Huge amounts : PLETHORAS
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Pirate's demand : RANSOM
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"The Lord of the Rings" menace : ORC
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The "mode" of "à la mode"? : ICECREAM
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Math coordinates : ABSCISSAE
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Bakers, e.g. : COOKS
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Canine shelter : POUND
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Certain huckster : CARNY
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How Hershey's Kisses are wrapped : INFOIL
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"There is ___ in team" : NOI
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Anne Rice vampire : LESTAT
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P.O. box item : LTR
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In the past, once : ERST
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Corp. alias abbr. : DBA
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No-___-do : CAN
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Wooded area near the Rhine Valley : BLACKFOREST
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One of the Alis : LAILA
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Area known to the Chinese as Dongbei : MANCHURIA
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___ Building, New York landmark north of Grand Central : HELMSLEY
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Pastry chef creations ... and a hint to 12 other answers in this puzzle : UPSIDEDOWNCAKES
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Children and more children : PROGENIES
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Tries to get at auction : BIDSFOR
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Squishy dish cleaner : SPONGE
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Woman of one's heart : LADYLOVE
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Less abundant : SPARSER
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Suffix with human : OID
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Drag : TOW
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Córdoba cordial : ANIS
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Word before republic or seat : BANANA
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___ Beach, Hawaii : EWA
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Spartan walkway : STOA
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Former call letters? : MCI
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Photo developer : LAB
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Inc., abroad : LTD
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"___ loves believes the impossible": Elizabeth Barrett Browning : WHOSO
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So to speak : INAMANNER
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Followers of some asterisks : FOOTNOTES
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Girl's holiday party dress fabric : REDVELVET
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Cause for bringing out candles : BIRTHDAY
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Constriction of pupils : MIOSIS
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High beam? : RAY
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Cheese fanciers : MICE
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Atomic energy oversight agcy. : NRC
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MTV's owner : VIACOM
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Gambol : CAVORT
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Not so tough : EASIER
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Orchestra section: Abbr. : STR
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"Moon Over Parador" actress : BRAGA
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Coat of paint : LAYER
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Russia's ___ Bay, arm of the White Sea : ONEGA
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"The Planets" composer : HOLST
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Sends forth : EMITS
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Bed cover : SHEET
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FedEx rival : DHL
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Former U.S. gas brand : ESSO
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Follower of Ernest or Benedict? : INE
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Austin-to-N.Y.C. path : ENE

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 6 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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