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New York Times, Friday, February 11, 2011

Author:
Adam Cohen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Adam Cohen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0211 ( 22,375 )

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Across
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Loser to Al Pacino for Best Actor of 1992 : STEPHENREA
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Simple folks don't put them on : AIRS
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Where pitchers are often placed : SALESROOMS
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Get in a hold : STOW
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Paparazzi targets : GLITTERATI
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Scratch : KALE
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Two out of twenty? : TEES
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Wheels : CAR
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"Let's Cook It Right" author Davis : ADELLE
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"She ___ Dian's wit": Romeo : HATH
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Cutting back : ONADIET
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Sunshine State athletes : GATORS
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"Antigonae" opera composer : ORFF
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Honest ___ (drink brand) : ADE
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Form a clandestine union? : ELOPE
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Focused (on) : DWELT
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Référendum vote : NON
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They're often broken after being reached : TIES
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Group seen in late-night hours? : AEIOU
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Wildly positive : RAVE
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Onetime communications giant : ITT
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Pesäpallo is their national sport : FINNS
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He broke Gehrig's 70-year all-time hits record : JETER
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Like a series finale? : NTH
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TV persona giving prank interviews : ALIG
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They're not allowed to travel : CAGERS
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Service stripe sites : SLEEVES
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Protein-rich seed : SOYA
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Second hand : HELPER
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Creation on the sixth day : MAN
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Oscar-winning screenwriter Tally and others : TEDS
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Title character of 1920s Broadway : ABIE
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Navel base? : ORANGETREE
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Flooring option : PINE
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Its newspaper is the Nugget : NOMEALASKA
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24-Down, in Dijon : ETES
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Old Hollywood's method of promoting talent : STARSYSTEM
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Squad leader: Abbr. : SSGT
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Something that's related : TALE
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Fashion designer Saab : ELIE
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They offer lots of food that people won't eat : PETSHOPS
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Cold war inits. : HST
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Causes to stand : ERECTS
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Singer Jones : NORAH
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Cannon sound : ROAR
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First responder, for short : EMT
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Cause of global panic in 1957 : ASIANFLU
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Pled : ASKED
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Like much Renaissance art : ITALIANATE
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Renewed, in a way : ROLLEDOVER
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Deal-closing aids : SWEETENERS
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Crackers : DAFT
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Add up to : ARE
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Onetime meringue-filled treats : OREOS
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Work out : GETINSHAPE
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Some : ALITTLEBIT
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Not be a rebel : TOETHELINE
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Taking credit? : OWING
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Actor O'Hare of "Milk" : DENIS
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Wing parts : AILERONS
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Sails events? : REGATTAS
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Top pick, informally : FAVE
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Big name in late-night : JAY
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Dances with one person after another? : CONGAS
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They often have pistol grips : EPEES
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Not so 22-Down : SANER
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Remembered one? : MAMA
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"The even mead, that ___ brought sweetly forth ...": "Henry V" : ERST
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Hockey player's "dangle" : DEKE
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Rich layer : SEAM
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Bushwa : ROT
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Minnesota city with Vermilion Community College : ELY

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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