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New York Times, Thursday, February 20, 2014

Author:
Zhouqin Burnikel and Don Gagliardo
Editor:
Will Shortz
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
6911/13/20125/12/202020
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622197582
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.56281
Zhouqin Burnikel
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1211/13/20129/19/201712
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3151200
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.58131
Don Gagliardo

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Burnikel. This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Gagliardo. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Constructor notes:
ZHOUQIN (C.C.): This idea occurred to me when I put WOODROW in a down slot one day & misread it as the two-word WOOD ROW. Don did all ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
WOODROW parsed into WOOD ROW today, i.e. rows of short answers, each of which can follow the word WOOD. Who knew there were so many ... read more
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© 2014, The New York TimesNo. 0220 ( 23,480 )
Across
1
One may follow a long drive : CHIP
5
CNBC topic : STOCK
10
Tidy sum : PILE
14
Subject of the 1994 best seller "The Late Shift" : LENO
15
Scoop : LADLE
16
Flurries : ADOS
17
Big mailer to the over-50 crowd : AARP
18
More than loud : AROAR
19
Building often near a cafeteria : DORM
20
Rapacious : PREDATORY
22
The Golf Channel co-founder, to fans : ARNIE
23
Ones getting a good licking? : ICES
24
Math subgroup : COSET
26
George Washington, for one : CARVER
29
Do the trick : WORK
30
Trash collector : BIN
33
What un desierto lacks : AGUA
34
First-aid kit staple : GAUZE
35
Article in Vogue Paris : UNE
36
Mug, e.g. : ROB
37
First name of a former president ... or, read another way, what each of the shaded lines is : WOODROW
39
Veer off course : YAW
40
"... ___ go!" : ORI
41
Reducing, after "on" : ADIET
42
___ die : SINE
43
"Phew!" : MAN
44
Empty talk : WIND
45
Patrol boat : CUTTER
47
Dictionary label : SLANG
49
Gossipy Barrett : RONA
50
Cheerios : TATAS
52
Things often left at copy shops : ORIGINALS
57
Kind of place : ONES
58
Dodge : EVADE
59
Rice, for one : CROP
60
"The Grapes of Wrath" figure : OKIE
61
Wyoming's ___ Range : TETON
62
Nude alternative : ECRU
63
Reel in : LAND
64
Origami, e.g. : CRAFT
65
Drop, as pounds : SHED
Down
1
Make some noise : CLAP
2
When repeated, "Amen!" : HEAR
3
Latin phrase on a memo : INRE
4
Pink, e.g. : POPDIVA
5
Laborer on an old roof, maybe : SLATER
6
Island roots : TAROS
7
Body ___ : ODOR
8
French Open feature : CLAYCOURT
9
Flooey lead-in : KER
10
One wearing a collar : PADRE
11
"You failed to convince me" : IDONTBUYIT
12
Petty of "A League of Their Own" : LORI
13
Salinger girl : ESME
21
Hotshot : ACE
22
Out of kilter : ASKEW
25
Ricelike pasta : ORZO
26
Ricochet : CAROM
27
Old shopping locale : AGORA
28
Polish-born musician who was awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom : RUBINSTEIN
29
Got one's feet wet? : WADED
31
Harebrained : INANE
32
More current : NEWER
34
Reviewing : GOINGOVER
37
Jazz trumpet sounds : WAWAS
38
God with two ravens on his shoulders : ODIN
42
Golf fundamentals : STANCES
45
Convincing, as an argument : COGENT
46
Prefix with brow : UNI
48
Zapped, in a way : LASED
49
Through with : RIDOF
50
Drill, for one : TOOL
51
Paul in the Songwriters Hall of Fame : ANKA
53
Pro ___ : RATA
54
Sole support? : ARCH
55
Tales of old : LORE
56
Source of some carbs : SPUD
58
...: Abbr. : ETC

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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