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New York Times, Friday, March 19, 2010

1994 Michael Keaton film in which real journalists have cameo roles

Author:
Trip Payne
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Trip Payne

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QWZ} This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Payne. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York Times3/19/10 ( No. 22,046 )
Across
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Land grant, of a sort : SHORELEAVE
11
"The Praise of Chimney-Sweepers" writer : ELIA
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Person with a shaky story? : HULADANCER
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Dosage units : RADS
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Thanksgiving symbol : INDIANCORN
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Drill instructors, e.g.: Abbr. : NCOS
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Viscosity symbols : ETAS
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Joyner joiner? : KERSEE
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Bitter herb : RUE
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Jason of "I Love You, Man" : SEGEL
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They change people's profiles : NOSEJOBS
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Subject of Article III, Section 3 of the Constitution : TREASON
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They may be charitable : TRUSTS
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Schaefer alternative : STROHS
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Davis of "Evening Shade" : OSSIE
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Fancy follower : THAT
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Top : ONEUP
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Coup de ___ (sudden impulse: Fr.) : TETE
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Spiral staircase, essentially : HELIX
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One way to travel : ONFOOT
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"The Way I Am" autobiographer, 2008 : EMINEM
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Person from Moscow : IDAHOAN
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They hold on to things : PACKRATS
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Physicist with a unit of distance named after him : FERMI
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___ stretch : ATA
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Went around in circles, perhaps : SKATED
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Weakens : SAPS
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Like potpourri, sometimes : PINY
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Counts : ENUMERATES
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Bluesy James : ETTA
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Spy's device : MINICAMERA
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Be a stinker : REEK
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1952 best seller set in California : EASTOFEDEN
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Least likely to take command : SHIEST
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Hide seeker? : HUNTER
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What the fortunate reach : OLDAGE
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Complain loudly : RAISEASTINK
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Author LeShan : EDA
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Thin : LANK
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Ending with prefer : ENCE
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Voter registration grp. founded in 1970 : ACORN
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Left to the editor? : VERSO
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Companion of Algernon in an Oscar Wilde play : ERNEST
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South end? : ERN
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It was last an official Olympic event in 1908 : LACROSSE
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Skeptical response : IDOUBTIT
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Person who's been charged : ASSESSEE
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First name in design : EERO
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Allied transport, for short : LST
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Despite everything : JUSTTHESAME
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Plata's partner : ORO
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It just isn't done : NONO
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Female octopus : HEN
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Religious mystic : SUFI
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1994 Michael Keaton film in which real journalists have cameo roles : THEPAPER
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Main ore of iron : HEMATITE
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Spanish seaport : ALICANTE
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Sheller's discard : POD
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Gen ___ (demographic group) : XERS
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Bozo : OAF
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"You and whose army?!" : MAKEME
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Gave out one's address? : ORATED
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A in physics? : AMPERE
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Pathfinder producer : NISSAN
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Patty Hearst alias : TANIA
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Blows the mind of : STUNS
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Broadcast : EMIT
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Roaring Twenties look : DECO
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Tibetan wolf's prey : YAK
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"Battle of Britain" grp. : RAF

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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