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New York Times, Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Author:
Ron and Nancy Byron
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Ron Byron
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Nancy Byron

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FKY} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Byron. This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Byron. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0201 ( 22,365 )
Across
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"Horsefeathers!" : PSHAW
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High in calories : RICH
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"... three men in ___" : ATUB
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Basra native : IRAQI
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Witty Bombeck : ERMA
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Situated by itself : LONE
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Big name in orange juice : MINUTEMAID
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Sousaphone, e.g. : TUBA
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Bangladesh's capital, old-style : DACCA
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Prison "screw" : JAILER
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Rocket interceptor, for short : ABM
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Large gem in the Smithsonian : HOPEDIAMOND
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Like a Jekyll/Hyde personality : DUAL
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Sign at a sellout : SRO
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Tirades : RANTS
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Motherland, affectionately : OLDSOD
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___ contendere : NOLO
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Kindly doctor's asset : BEDSIDEMANNER
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Gives the heave-ho : AXES
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Pre-Russia intl. economic coalition : GSEVEN
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Chinese menu phrase : NOMSG
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Second letter after epsilon : ETA
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"Jesus ___" (shortest Bible verse) : WEPT
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Common : ADIMEADOZEN
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Japanese theater : NOH
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Like kielbasa and pierogi : POLISH
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Govt. security : TNOTE
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Pause in the action : LULL
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Artwork using both paint and collage, e.g. ... and a hint to this puzzle's circled letters : MIXEDMEDIA
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Gen. Robert ___ : ELEE
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A util. : ELEC
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Resort isle near Venezuela : ARUBA
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Fleet fleet, once, in brief : SSTS
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Big name in root beer : DADS
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More red, as a tomato : RIPER
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Milne's absent-minded "Mr." : PIM
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___ Lanka : SRI
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Individually crafted : HANDMADE
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Watery hue : AQUA
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Halloween broom-rider : WITCH
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Changes the boundaries of : REMAPS
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Glass or Gershwin : IRA
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901, in old Rome : CMI
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Pilgrim to Mecca : HADJI
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Nissan model : ALTIMA
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French port near Marseille : TOULON
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Straight : UNBENT
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Goat features : BEARDS
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"Green" prefix : ECO
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___ rod (tall-stemmed plant) : AARONS
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Foofaraw : ADO
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Tulip or lily planting : BULB
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Che Guevara's real first name : ERNESTO
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Tragic end : DOOM
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Timothy Leary's turn-on : LSD
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Plains Indians : OSAGES
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Twice cinq : DIX
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Fall behind : LAG
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Homeowner's paper : DEED
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Still in the crate : NEW
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Tied, as a score : EVENEDUP
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Defaulter's loss, informally : REPO
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To the ___ degree : NTH
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City near Mt. Vesuvius : NAPLES
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Nonalcoholic beer brand : ODOULS
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French artist who painted "The Gleaners" : MILLET
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Says "Cheese!" : SMILES
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Worshipers of Quetzalcoatl : AZTECS
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"Arabian Nights" prince : AHMED
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Pull the plug on : END
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Baseball's Garciaparra : NOMAR
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Actress Garr or Hatcher : TERI
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Dockworkers' org. : ILA
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Marked, as a ballot : XED
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"May ___ excused?" : IBE
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Berne's river : AAR

Answer summary: 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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