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New York Times, Thursday, February 27, 2014

"In time we ___ that which we often fear": Shak.

Author:
Stanley Newman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Stanley Newman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Newman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2014, The New York Times2/27/14 ( No. 23,487 )
Across
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Pretty hard to find : SCARCE
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Front : FACADE
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Orville Wright or Neil Armstrong : OHIOAN
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___ Avenue (Mets' community website) : AMAZIN
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Sign at a neighborhood bar, part 1 : DONTTALKABOUT
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Spars : MASTS
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Server of Duff Beer to Homer Simpson : MOE
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Dry Idea alternative : ARRID
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Big, clumsy guy : APE
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Indeed : YEA
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Quite a bit : PLENTY
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Part 2 of the sign : YOURSELFWE
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Crowd drawer, often : SALE
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Severely consternate : APPALL
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Go up, up, up : SOAR
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Made the first move : LED
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Play a round : GOLF
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General Motors subsidiary : OPEL
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Artist known as either Jean or Hans : ARP
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Gatsby-era hairstyles : BOBS
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Some Coleridge colleagues : ODISTS
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Accommodate, as passengers : SEAT
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Part 3 of the sign : WILLDOTHAT
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Folly : IDIOCY
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Alliance HQ'd near the White House : OAS
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Key molecule for protein synthesis : RNA
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Fire : ARDOR
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Adams of "American Hustle" : AMY
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Prone to beefing : WHINY
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End of the sign : AFTERYOULEAVE
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Epicurean explorer : FOODIE
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"Anything Goes" composer : PORTER
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U.S.O. Care Package recipients : TROOPS
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Coldly determined : STEELY
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Redundant-sounding refreshment : SODAPOP
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Formed, as schoolyard teams, say : CHOSEUP
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"Hit 'em where they ___" : AINT
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Turns bad : ROTS
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Subject of many a viral video : CAT
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Hardest substance in the human body : ENAMEL
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Forgery : FAKE
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Org. offering group practice membership : AMA
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Ring of rebels : CABAL
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Columbus stopping point of 1493 : AZORES
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Active when the sun shines : DIURNAL
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Provide, as a right : ENTITLE
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Slacks off : LOAFS
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Pre-Columbian civilization : MAYA
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Like some blonds : DYED
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Blond : YELLOWY
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Staple of Chinese cuisine : PEAPODS
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Many a tune in "The Sting" : RAG
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Challenging employer for a maid : SLOB
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Seek to espouse : WOO
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Second version : REDO
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Patriot Act enforcer : FBI
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Fiction course, for short : LIT
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Locale of three Summer Olympics : ASIA
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Second version : REDRAFT
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Purchased : PAIDFOR
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Time-stretching effect : SLOMO
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Contract : SHRIVEL
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Suede source : TANNERY
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Canine command : STAY
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Overdone : TOOTOO
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Easy hoops shots : LAYUPS
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Belief : CREDO
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All those in favor : AYES
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Used to be : WERE
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"In time we ___ that which we often fear": Shak. : HATE
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Cut in the direction of the grain : RIP
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Christie's offering : LOT

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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