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New York Times, Thursday, December 15, 2022

Author:
Bruce Haight
Editor:
Will Shortz
Poet who wrote the line "But we loved with a love that was more than love"
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 16 Words: 81, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJZ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. Haight.
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© 2022, The New York Times12/15/22 ( No. 26,700 )
Across
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Pulling up pots in Chesapeake Bay, say : EELING
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Nobel Institute city : OSLO
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Like some suspects in lineups, informally : IDED
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Start of a classic question in Shakespeare : OROMEO
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"What a relief!" : PHEW
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Singer/activist ___ Simone : NINA
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Two pounds, peeled and chopped : NEWPOTATOES
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Riga resident : LETT
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___ souci (carefree) : SANS
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Mythical figure often pictured holding a book : CLIO
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Oils, watercolors and acrylics, for artists : MEDIA
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Hubbub : ADO
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Five cups, after lengthy simmering : CHICKENSTOCK
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Lose : GETBEAT
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Don't lose : WIN
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Teeny-tiny : WEE
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Mountain nymph : OREAD
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Daily nourishment : DIET
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"Toy Story" boy : ANDY
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One cup, after cooling : HEAVYCREAM
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___ Houdini, co-star in her husband Harry's act : BESS
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Stead : LIEU
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Missionary work? : BIBLE
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Spanish article : UNA
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Poet who wrote the line "But we loved with a love that was more than love" : POE
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Keeper of some official documents : DEEDBOX
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Four cups, cleaned and sliced : SAUTEEDLEEKS
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Home shopping channel : QVC
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Steerable electronic toy, for short : RCCAR
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___ Reader (digital digest) : UTNE
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Plains language : CREE
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Words repeated in "___ what ___" : ITIS
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Soup made with this puzzle's ingredients : VICHYSSOISE
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Bad impression? : DENT
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Part of the "back forty" : ACRE
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Onion-shaped : BULBED
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Tense : EDGY
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Villain's look : LEER
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Baking needs : YEASTS
Down
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Way back when : EONSAGO
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Nook, e.g. : EREADER
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Bummer : LOWNOTE
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Little rascals : IMPS
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___-Latin (Renaissance language) : NEO
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"April Fools!" : GOTCHA
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___ nerve : OPTIC
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Agitated : SHOOK
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Surname derived from the Chinese word for "plum" : LEE
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Pained shrieks : OWS
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Harbor opening : INLET
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Subside : DIEDOWN
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Tempted : ENTICED
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Tool for a cryptographer : DATAKEY
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Came down : ALIT
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Yahoo rival : MSN
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Relinquish : CEDE
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Pitcher : EWER
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Time of day in commercials : NITE
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Cries of disgust : BAHS
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Some food coloring : DYE
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Post-op stop : ICU
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In : AMID
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Soothing application : ALOE
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Locked horns (with) : VIED
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Fivers : ABES
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One means of commuting : BUSRIDE
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Put into law : ENACTED
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Pouring gravy on, say : SAUCING
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Cookout entree, in brief : BBQRIBS
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Court shutout : LOVESET
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Tops : EXCEEDS
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Each : PER
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Declare not to be so : DENY
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Barely makes it : EKESBY
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Delicious : TASTY
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Ill-gotten gains : LUCRE
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Anesthetic since the 1840s : ETHER
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Cherry ___ : COLA
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Kilmer of "Batman Forever" : VAL
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Put away : ICE
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Seek damages : SUE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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