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New York Times, Thursday, March 17, 2011

Setting for Seurat's "Un dimanche après-midi à l'Île de la Grande Jatte"

Author:
Anna Shechtman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Anna Shechtman

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 80, Blocks: 38 Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Shechtman. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York Times3/17/11 ( No. 22,409 )
Across
1
Kind of column : ONES
5
"Big Love" setting : UTAH
9
___ steamer : TRAMP
14
Politico with the memoir "Courage and Consequence" : ROVE
15
The "doll" in Ibsen's "A Doll's House" : NORA
16
Ancient land on the Aegean Sea : IONIA
17
Educational musical pieces for kindergarteners : ALPHABETSONGS
19
Annual prize won multiple times by Beyoncé and LeBron James : BETAWARD
20
Old Testament peak : SINAI
21
Singer Boyle and others : SUSANS
23
Prize : ESTEEM
25
Jacob Riis subject : SLUM
26
Smidgen : DAB
29
Gallivant : GAD
31
Tokyo's ___ Castle : EDO
32
Setting for Seurat's "Un dimanche après-midi à l'Île de la Grande Jatte" : ETE
33
Extol : LAUD
37
Record : LOG
39
Dazed : INAFOG
41
Totally confused response : ITSALLGREEKTOME
44
Painter's base : STUDIO
45
Have : OWN
46
Big celebration : FEST
47
Salad tidbit : PEA
48
Big inits. in Detroit : GMC
50
Green: Prefix : ECO
52
___ Digital Short : SNL
53
Lion : pride :: ___ : husk : HARE
55
Beat the draft? : ENLIST
60
Kiting need : STRING
62
Last words of "Over the Rainbow" : CANTI
63
First name on "The View" : WHOOPI
66
People might make tracks for this : STREETCAR
68
Whence the line "God sufficeth me: there is no God but He" : KORAN
69
1998 Goo Goo Dolls hit : IRIS
70
What players don't have to travel far for : HOMEGAME
71
KFC offering : SPORK
72
Directed : SENT
73
Omar of "House" : EPPS
Down
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First part of psychosexual development : ORALPHASE
2
"Dona ___ pacem" (Catholic Mass phrase) : NOBIS
3
Affair : EVENT
4
Bristles : SETAE
5
Game with command cards : UNO
6
Truckloads : TONS
7
Hundred-eyed monster of myth : ARGUS
8
Inconvenience : HASSLE
9
Devout Lhasan, say : TIBETANMONK
10
Melees : ROWS
11
Carrier to Tokyo : ANA
12
Satellite launched in 1986 : MIR
13
Digs : PAD
18
German "victory" : SIEG
22
Nielsen measure : AUDIENCE
24
Chocolate-coated treat : MALLOMAR
26
"Moll Flanders" author, 1722 : DEFOE
27
Smidgens : ATOMS
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Father : BEGET
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Closely follow : DOG
33
Problems for orators : LISPS
34
"News ___" : ATTEN
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Everyday : USUAL
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Father : DAD
38
Miracle-___ : GRO
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Justice Dept. division : ATF
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Color of many nurseries : LIGHTPINK
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Dolly, e.g. : EWE
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Major crossroads : CRISIS
51
Long ago : ONCE
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___ nous : ENTRE
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Shop staple : LATHE
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Difference between the rich and the poor : INCOMEGAP
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Corner piece? : STAMP
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Firestones, e.g. : TIRES
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Skyrocket : SOAR
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Beam : GRIN
63
Calendar units: Abbr. : WKS
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Hip adjoiner? : HOP
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Conquistador's loot : ORO
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Any fig. ending in "or so" : EST

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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