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New York Times, Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Author:
Gail Grabowski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gail Grabowski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 11 for Ms. Grabowski. NYT links: Across Lite
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Across
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Workplace stds. enforcer : OSHA
5
Something a cat doesn't like : BATH
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Place to live : ABODE
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Mimicry expert : APER
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"Peek-___!" : ABOO
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Lox holder : BAGEL
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Kindergarten tune, with "The" : FARMERINTHEDELL
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Soda shop freebie : STRAW
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Procter & Gamble best seller : TIDE
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Some motel prohibitions : PETS
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Narc's org. : DEA
25
Gen. Bradley : OMAR
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Entrance to a botanical display : GARDENGATEWAY
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Rap sheet letters : AKA
35
Hindu title of respect : SRI
36
Standby passenger's salvation : NOSHOW
37
Neighbors of Croats : SERBS
40
Firefighter's tool : AXE
42
"Bye Bye Bye" boy band : NSYNC
43
Declares void : ANNULS
45
W.W. II arena : ETO
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"Do ___ favor" : MEA
48
Gift that almost killed Snow White : POISONEDAPPLE
52
Low grades : DEES
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Simple shirt : TEE
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Burn treatment : ALOE
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U.S. 1 and others: Abbr. : RTES
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Tease : RAGON
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What the ends of 17-, 27- and 48-Across each represent : COMPUTERCOMPANY
67
Some lounge combos : TRIOS
68
"Goodness gracious!" : EGAD
69
Curved trajectories : ARCS
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Sporty Chevy, for short : VETTE
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Unruly crowds : MOBS
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Alder or elder : TREE
Down
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Bunglers : OAFS
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Petty dispute : SPAT
3
Frau's partner : HERR
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Military flotilla : ARMADA
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Mixologist's workplace : BAR
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Somewhat : ABIT
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Actress Collette : TONI
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"Oh, goody!" : HOTDOG
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Civil War nickname : ABE
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Unwanted publicity : BADPRESS
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Curved molding : OGEE
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Shoulder muscle, briefly : DELT
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Right-angle joints : ELLS
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Ornamental jug : EWER
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Charles Atlas, for one : HEMAN
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Words from sponsors : ADS
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Oodles : ATON
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Bouquet ___ (herb bundle) : GARNI
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Time worth remembering : ERA
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Didn't allow : NIXED
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"What did I do to deserve this?" : WHYME
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Super-duper : AONE
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Org. that once used the slogan "In Service for the Girls of the World" : YWCA
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"Without delay" : ASAP
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Numbers game : KENO
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Stop for a motor coach : BUSDEPOT
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Plumlike fruit : SLOE
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Plane's landing stat : ETA
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Hägar the Horrible's hound : SNERT
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Say no, with "out" : OPT
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Think the world of : ESTEEM
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Durable do : PERM
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Eagerly accept : LEAPAT
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When Hamlet dies : ACTV
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It's handed down from generation to generation : LORE
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Forget to include : OMIT
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As a result : ERGO
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Sign of healing : SCAB
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Teri of "Tootsie" : GARR
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Enough, for some : ONCE
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Big Board letters : NYSE
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Fair ___ (copyright issue) : USE
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Some E.R. cases : ODS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle.

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