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New York Times, Thursday, February 3, 2011

Author:
Matt Ginsberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Matt Ginsberg

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Ginsberg. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0203 ( 22,367 )
Across
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Does yard work : MOWS
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Longest river entirely in Switzerland : AARE
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Deuce follower : ADOUT
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--- : ICEE
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Summer cooler : POOL
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--- : BORNE
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Held up : LATE
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Slaughter who dashed home to win the 1946 World Series : ENOS
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Kind of cheese : BLEU
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Food orders sometimes prepared in toaster ovens : BLTS
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Excellence as a virtue, to ancient Greeks : ARETE
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Advice for solving this puzzle, part 1 : IFACLUE
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Kaput : PFFT
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"Just Say I Love ___" (hit of 1950) : HER
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Fouls : POLLUTES
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There is a "super" one every four yrs. : TUE
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Business TV newsman Ron : INSANA
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Roll's partner : ROCK
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Advice, part 2 : ISMISSINGUSETHE
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--- : EDIT
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Set right : INDENT
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Broadcast : SOW
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1980s hairstyle with a long strand in the back : RATSTAIL
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Baseball's Cobb and others : TYS
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Goes for the bronze? : SUNS
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End of the advice : NEXTONE
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--- : SCOOT
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Go quickly : TEAR
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Earl of ___ (Sir Anthony Eden) : AVON
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--- : ROWS
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Scraps : ORTS
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Failed spectacularly : ATEIT
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--- : IDEA
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Fancy : WANT
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"#@&%!," e.g. : CURSE
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--- : SEND
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Dispatch : SLAY
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Perfume ingredient : ESTER
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Official traditionally seen in a black hat : RABBI
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First name in W.W. II infamy : ADOLF
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Service site for some veterans : KOREA
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Harem guard, typically : EUNUCH
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Marie or Jeanne: Abbr. : STE
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Minnesota lake ___ Lacs : MILLE
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One ___ (baseball variant) : OCAT
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Dish-washing aid : WETSPONGE
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Call ... or call on : SEE
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--- : APERTURE
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Crack : AONE
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Source : ROOT
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In addition : ELSE
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Like the poem "Tam o' Shanter" : BURNSIAN
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Org. for Joe Namath : AFL
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Hawaiian handouts : LEIS
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Exhibitionist : FLAUNTER
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C.F.O.'s concern : PANDL
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Bambini : TOTS
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Return to sender? : ECHO
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Twist : SKEW
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Cake part : TIER
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"Choice" agcy. : USDA
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Discharge : EMIT
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Left-handed : SINISTRAL
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"A pity" : ITSSOSAD
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Frightful river to cross : STYX
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King who gained international prominence in 1922 : TUT
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--- : STATUS
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Rank : NASTY
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Unmistakable : OVERT
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Static : NOISE
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Break in, say : ENTER
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Eastern holy men's titles : SRIS
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Do programming work : CODE
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Wilson of "Shanghai Noon" : OWEN
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Volcano whose eruption was described by Virgil : ETNA
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Band-Aid removal comments : OWS
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Von Richthofen, for one : ACE

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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