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New York Times, Friday, November 6, 2015

Word derived from another that has a related meaning, like "wisdom" from "wise"

Author:
Ian Livengood
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Ian Livengood

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Livengood.
Ian Livengood notes:
Not too many jaw-dropping entries today, but 35-Across (I'M UP FOR WHATEVER) and 31-Down (LEGO MOVIE) feel pretty fresh. 22-Down ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Solid themeless from Ian. Fun to see GDP (gross domestic product), as I imagine Ian is taking macroeconomics right about now in ... read more
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© 2015, The New York Times11/6/15 ( No. 24,104 )
Across
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"Given the aforementioned ..." : THATSAID
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Private overseer : NONCOM
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Copycat's comment : SAMEHERE
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Mark on a golf course : OMEARA
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Treatment for peptic ulcers : PRILOSEC
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1936 Summer Olympics locale : BERLIN
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Small suits : SPEEDOS
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Something to stand on? : HINDLEG
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Econ 101 topic : GDP
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Snare : BAG
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Home of the Beinecke Library : YALE
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___ Birds : ANGRY
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Bowlful for Miss Muffet : CURDS
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Weighted weapon used by the Inca army : BOLA
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"Sorry, it was nothing" : FALSEALARM
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Comment from one who's completely flexible : IMUPFORWHATEVER
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Pole game : TETHERBALL
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___ therapy : GENE
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Spent : WEARY
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Gave shots, say : DOSED
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2015 Super Bowl winners, familiarly : PATS
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Nettle : IRK
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Part of an auto engine : CAM
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Charge : ARRAIGN
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Word derived from another that has a related meaning, like "wisdom" from "wise" : PARONYM
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Cell transmitter : NEURON
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Something an alien may have : WORKVISA
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Stir : INCITE
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Mitch Hedberg's "I'm against picketing, but I don't know how to show it," e.g. : ONELINER
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Leader at the Battle of Alesia : CAESAR
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Time for a party : NEWYEARS
Down
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Recipe amts. : TSPS
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Symbol on an Irish euro coin : HARP
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French date, often : AMIE
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Dotted line? : TELEGRAPH
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Cheap : SHODDY
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Who told "The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs" : AESOP
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Steams : IRES
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Yule time: Abbr. : DEC
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"Think nothing of it" : NOBIGDEAL
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What a mystic might look for : OMEN
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Like many comic con attendees : NERDY
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Showy white flower : CALLA
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Old townhouse feature : ORIEL
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Hair loss cause, perhaps : MANGE
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How disciplinarians handle miscreants : HARSHLY
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Defensive wall : BULWARK
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Not much : ABIT
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Gold rush town once called Anvil City : NOME
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Flood : GLUT
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Bus and trolley shelter : CARBARN
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Posed : SAT
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Group whose fourth album, "4," was #1 for 10 weeks in 1981 : FOREIGNER
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Hit 2014 animated film, with "The" : LEGOMOVIE
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Class of birds : AVES
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French film director Clément : RENE
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Stable character of old TV : MRED
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Not many : FEW
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In a menacing fashion : DARKLY
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Lose one's head : PANIC
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"In the ___," Richard Nixon memoir : ARENA
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Cooling-off period : TRUCE
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Air India flight attendants' attire : SARIS
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1977 A.L. M.V.P. born in Panama : CAREW
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Smidge : IOTA
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Southern bread : PONE
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___ Myers, "24" character : NINA
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Belgian river deliberately flooded during W.W. I : YSER
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Where Spirit landed in 2004 : MARS
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Got : WON

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 7 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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