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ADDITIONAL READING

New York Times, Sunday, February 12, 2012

Author:
Kurt Mueller
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 79 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Mueller. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2012, The New York TimesNo. 0212 ( 22,741 )
Across
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Handsome, as Henri : BEL
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Lucky end? : ASH
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Hyundai sedan : AZERA
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Mata ___ (spy) : HARI
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G.P.'s group : AMA
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Some nerve : OPTIC
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They're all the same : CLONES
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Each : APOP
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Send over some Bibles? : DELIVERTHEGOODBOOKS
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Tour org. : LPGA
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Really want : CRAVE
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Largest, as a sum : TIDIEST
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Things that may have to be cleared : AISLES
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Mark Messier, for 12 years : OILER
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Actress Gilpin of "Frasier" : PERI
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Graybeards : OLDSTERS
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Dolt's football game plans? : PLAYBOOKFORAFOOL
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Bar, legally : ESTOP
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Cinco follower : SEIS
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Drum set set : CYMBALS
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Huffs : SNITS
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Word affixed to web or handy : CAM
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Police investigator: Abbr. : DET
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Comet rival : BONAMI
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Ogle : EYE
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Curved molding : OGEE
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The truth about a popular Internet community? : FACEBOOKREALITY
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Reveal, in poetry : OPE
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Put down : QUELL
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"C'est ___" : LAVIE
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Sea of ___ (arm of the Black Sea) : AZOV
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Stimpy's pal : REN
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"The gloves are off!" : ITSON
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Jack's inferior : TEN
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Albanian money : LEK
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Decodes : READS
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Singer/actress with a simultaneous #1 album and #1 film, familiarly : JLO
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Warden's charge : GAME
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Fracas : MELEE
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Rathskeller vessel : STEIN
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Velvet finish? : EEN
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Egotistical author's request to a reader? : BOOKMARKMYWORDS
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Tiny bits of pasta : ORZO
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Live : ARE
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Frees : UNTIES
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Ike's W.W. II command : ETO
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___ T. (big name in 1960s music) : BOOKER
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Like certain passages : NASAL
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Professorial : DONNISH
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Start of some Italian church names : SANT
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Avid reader : BOOKWORM
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Annual publications for burros? : DONKEYSYEARBOOKS
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Monotony : SAMENESS
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Whence Zeno : ELEA
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Mistreatment : ABUSE
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Cut down to size : ABASED
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Best in business : OUTSELL
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Russian retreat : DACHA
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"The Mikado" baritone : KOKO
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Dust cover made of 100% aluminum, perhaps? : FULLMETALBOOKJACKET
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As previously mentioned, in bibliographies : IDEM
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Comparatively stupid : INANER
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Room in Clue : STUDY
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Diminutive suffix : ULA
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Gobi-like : SERE
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Showed over : RERAN
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Black ___ (some military activities) : OPS
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Platoon V.I.P. : SFC
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Half of an interrogation team : BADCOP
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"There's a Chef in My Soup!" writer : EMERIL
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Chorus syllables : LALALA
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Lug : APE
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Orch. section : STR
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Successful swinger : HITTER
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Shampoo ingredient : ALOE
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Where the wild things are? : ZOOS
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Put an ___ : ENDTO
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Engage again for a gig : REBOOK
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Father-and-son rulers of Syria : ASSADS
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One-named fashion designer : HALSTON
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Aid for record-keeping at Mrs. Smith's? : APPLEPIEORDERBOOK
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"Copy that" : ROGER
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Bridge declaration : IPASS
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Like some flights : OVERBOOKED
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Sarkozy's predecessor : CHIRAC
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Film special effects, briefly : CGI
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Actresses Dana and Judith : IVEYS
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Enlighten : EDIFY
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Believers : ISTS
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Mail-related : POSTAL
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1987 Broadway sensation, colloquially : LESMIZ
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Landed estate : FIEF
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Old Spanish card game : OMBRE
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The duck in Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf" : OBOE
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Superboy's sweetie : LANA
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Magic, once : LALAKER
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It's measured in points : TYPESIZE
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Spotted : SEEN
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Rimsky-Korsakov's "Le ___ d'Or" : COQ
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Christina of pop : AGUILERA
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Get together with your bet taker? : MEETONESBOOKMAKER
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"Believe ___ Not!" : ITOR
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Some trains : ELS
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Pamper : CATERTO
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Cain raiser : EVE
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Sign the register : BOOKIN
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Part of Y.S.L. : YVES
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Ship's record : LOGBOOK
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Film whale : NAMU
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Writer Wallace : LEW
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Jeff Lynne's band, for short : ELO
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Start of a Vol. I heading : ATO
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___ Kennedy Smith (sister of J.F.K.) : JEAN
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They come from Mars : MANDMS
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Classic fragrance sold in France as Mon Péché : MYSIN
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Macedonian city with Greek and Roman ruins : EDESSA
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Opposite of "and" : NOR
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Type : KIND
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___ forte (less loud, in music) : MENO
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Judge's order : STAY
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Dosage frequency, frequently : ONEADAY
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"Gnarly, man!" : AWESOME
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Star or wolf preceder : LONE
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Shooting match : SKEET
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Homer's home : HELLAS
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Supply at a French smoke shop : TABAC
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Western evergreen : REDFIR
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Hail in a loud voice : YELLTO
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Brouhaha : RUCKUS
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Volume holder : BOOKSHELF
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Washington airport : SEATAC
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Sushi bar servings: Var. : SAKIS
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Dwelling : ABODE
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Like some energy : SOLAR
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Bone under a watch : ULNA
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Govt. gangbusters : TMEN
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To be, to Benicio : SER
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One, in Orléans : UNE
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Fill completely, in a way : BOOKUP
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Law degs. : JDS

Answer summary: 14 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 6 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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