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New York Times, Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Author:
Susan Gelfand
Editor:
Will Shortz
Corporate action that increases the par value of its stock
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Susan Gelfand

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Gelfand.
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© 2009, The New York Times2/18/09 ( No. 21,652 )
Across
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Hits with bug spray : ZAPS
5
Jaguar, e.g. : CAT
8
With 61-Across, a possible title for this puzzle : SHIFT
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It may be bright : IDEA
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Ex-politico with a Nobel and an Emmy : GORE
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The Beatles produced it : MANIA
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New entrepreneur's need : PLAN
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Cadets' org. : ROTC
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English county on the North Sea : ESSEX
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Home of the Sundance Film Festival : PARKCITYUTAH
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Dipstick coating : OIL
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King, in Portugal : REI
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Debussy subject : MER
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Foofaraw : ADO
28
Corporate action that increases the par value of its stock : REVERSESPLIT
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"And I ___ ..." : QUOTE
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Wordsmith's ref. : OED
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Sari-clad royal : RANI
35
Fencing move : LUNGE
36
Dickensian cry : BAH
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Makes fun of, in a way : MOCKS
38
Right hand : AIDE
39
Monk's title : DOM
40
Like gnats : PESKY
41
Bone, for one : NEUTRALSHADE
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Grazed, e.g. : ATE
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One of the Manning brothers : ELI
46
Noted convert to Islam in 1964 : ALI
47
Semi part : CAB
50
1999 Melissa Joan Hart movie : DRIVEMECRAZY
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Parting word : ADIEU
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Poverty, pollution and such : ILLS
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Have ___ to one's head : AGUN
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Closet filler : LINEN
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Look out for? : ABET
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"Quo Vadis" role : NERO
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See 8-Across : GEARS
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Mosquito protection : NET
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Mushroomed : GREW
Down
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Nada : ZIPPO
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First name in 1950s politics : ADLAI
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___ onion : PEARL
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Brought to ruin : SANK
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Bug-building game : COOTIE
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Pseudo-cultured : ARTY
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Shawnee chief at the Battle of Tippecanoe : TECUMSEH
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Artists' boo-boos : SMEARS
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Beanery fare : HASH
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Favored bunch : INS
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"For shame!" : FIE
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Cigarettes have it : TAX
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Show sorrow : GRIEVE
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Minos's land : CRETE
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Ticked (off) : TEED
25
Word of woe : ALACK
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Awfully small : DINKY
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Porter's regretful "Miss" : OTIS
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Physician/synonymist : ROGET
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Gads about : ROAMS
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Plain English : PROSE
31
Library sign : QUIET
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Excessive, as force : UNDUE
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Clark's crush on "Smallville" : LANA
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From Sucre, say : BOLIVIAN
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Battlefield shout : MEDIC
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"The Persistence of Memory" painter : DALI
40
Most likely to sunburn : PALEST
42
Off-season offerings : RERUNS
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Shakespearean soliloquist : HAMLET
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Hoops player : CAGER
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Like a clear sky : AZURE
49
At this point : BYNOW
50
Animal on XING signs : DEER
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Hamburg's river : ELBE
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Summoned, in a way : RANG
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Subj. with unknowns : ALG
54
Go kaput : DIE
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"___ pig's eye!" : INA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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