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New York Times, Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Author:
Ian Livengood
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Ian Livengood

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Livengood. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0222 ( 22,386 )
Across
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Rapper Snoop ___ : DOGG
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Rope material : HEMP
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Rude sort : CHURL
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"___ et mon droit" (British monarch's motto) : DIEU
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Pooch in a Jim Davis cartoon : ODIE
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Book between Daniel and Joel : HOSEA
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Reese Witherspoon's role in "Legally Blonde" : ELLEWOODS
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Spanish rains : AGUAS
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Groundskeeper's supply : SOD
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Highest-grossing film of 1977 : STARWARS
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Lakeside vacation rental : JETSKI
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Browning who directed "Dracula," 1931 : TOD
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"And one more thing ..." : ALSO
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1922 novel with a Dublin backdrop : ULYSSES
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Fingers, in a way : IDS
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Syrup brand : KARO
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Purchase for a vacation, maybe : TIMESHARE
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1-Down's W.W. II command : ETO
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Lose control of a car : SPINOUT
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Auction listing : LOT
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Personal esteem : SELFWORTH
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Heedless : RASH
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Gymgoer's unit : REP
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Neighbor of Irkutsk on a Risk board : SIBERIA
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"Touching" Olympic event : EPEE
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Address lapses? : UHS
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Emmy-winning AMC series set in the 1960s : MADMEN
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House that drains finances, slangily : MONEYPIT
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Parishioner's place : PEW
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Bonfire : BLAZE
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What the starts of the answers to the eight italicized clues are : MAGAZINES
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Consumed : EATEN
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Like many lockets : OVAL
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Setting for an Agatha Christie mystery : NILE
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Apply a bandage to : DRESS
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___ Millions (lottery) : MEGA
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Sign near a stairway : EXIT
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39-Across commander : DDE
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Masseur's supply : OIL
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Solidify : GEL
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"I suppose ..." : GUESSSO
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Top with a top : HOODIE
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Tokyo, once : EDO
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Central position : MIDST
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Pasta topper : PESTO
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Blacken : CHAR
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"Nonsense!" : HOGWASH
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Bar order, with "the" : USUAL
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Fannies : REARS
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It may be thrown from a horse : LASSO
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Rice holders : WOKS
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"Goodbye, Luc!" : ADIEU
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Diner fixtures, informally : JUKES
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Make happy : ELATE
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Snowy region of Austria : TYROL
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Hubbub : STIR
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"Spring forward" to this: Abbr. : DST
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QB's statistical blemish : INT
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___ scale : MOHS
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Morning device you might want to take a hammer to : ALARM
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Perez with a nasally voice : ROSIE
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Patriot Allen : ETHAN
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Eur. country with a king : SWE
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Easy catch in the infield : POPUP
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Goes absolutely still : FREEZES
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Port, for one : REDWINE
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Cousin of a gazelle : IMPALA
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Woodstock folk singer : BAEZ
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Bury (in) : EMBED
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Arctic : POLAR
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Maternally related : ENATE
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Handmade sign for TV cameras : HIMOM
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Avert, with "off" : STAVE
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Strong desires : YENS
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Kind of gift : GAG
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Quash : NIX
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Roth of "Inglourious Basterds" : ELI
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Solidify : SET

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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