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New York Times, Thursday, March 6, 2008

Author:
Pamela Amick Klawitter
Editor:
Will Shortz
Poker cry ... or an apt title for this puzzle
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Klawitter.
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© 2008, The New York Times3/6/08 ( No. 21,303 )
Across
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York successor : TUDOR
6
Country addresses, for short : RFDS
10
Part of an Einstein equation : MASS
14
It might start "By the way ..." : ASIDE
15
Lake ___, south of London : ERIE
16
Word with black or fire : OPAL
17
Twig broom : BESOM
18
Turner of "Somewhere I'll Find You," 1942 : LANA
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Not yet final, in a way : BETA
20
"American Idol" judge who wastes money? : PRODIGALSIMON
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___-d'Oise (French department) : VAL
25
Directly : DUE
26
Eskimo-___ language family : ALEUT
27
Nodding picture? : IMAGEOFCONSENT
32
The anesthetic lidocaine, e.g. : LOCAL
33
Obligation : ONUS
34
Barely makes, with "out" : EKES
35
George who once led the C.I.A. : TENET
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Part of the foot : BALL
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Prefix with normal : PARA
42
___ feed : AUDIO
43
Geologist? : SEDIMENTARYJOB
48
D'___ (according to: Fr.) : APRES
49
Jon Stewart asset : WIT
50
Spanish 30-Down : UNO
51
Moment after a bad pun? : GRIMACEPERIOD
56
Affluent, in Acapulco : RICO
57
Poker cry ... or an apt title for this puzzle : IMIN
58
Some family histories : SAGAS
61
Quaint exclamation : EGAD
62
"___ No Sunshine" (1971 Grammy-winning song) : AINT
63
Fraternity letter : THETA
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Start of North Carolina's motto : ESSE
65
Binge : ORGY
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"Lazy" one : SUSAN
Down
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Pop-top feature : TAB
2
Consume : USE
3
Bump : DISPLACE
4
Cause for opening a window : ODOR
5
Fix up : REMODEL
6
Late-inning pitching, maybe : RELIEF
7
Assault with a grenade, as a superior officer : FRAG
8
Actress Merrill of "Desk Set" : DINA
9
Diploma feature : SEAL
10
Crib plaything : MOBILE
11
Sci-fi figures : APEMEN
12
Didn't play : SATOUT
13
Italicize, say : SLANT
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Rap's OutKast, e.g. : DUO
22
Mouthing off : SASS
23
Reprehensible : VILE
24
Out of control : AMOK
28
Empty talk : GAS
29
First name in late-night : CONAN
30
Primary figure : ONE
31
Fruitcake : NUT
35
Mary Tyler Moore headwear : TAM
36
Poetic conjunction : ERE
37
Bullish order on Wall Street : BUY
38
Deems in court : ADJUDGES
39
Horoscope figure : LION
40
Animal that howls : LOBO
41
Home of Galileo Galilei International Airport : PISA
42
Some colony members : ARTISTS
43
Small shoots : SPRIGS
44
Heath plants : ERICAS
45
Out of fashion : DEMODE
46
"Jackson" : TWENTY
47
Draft contents : AIR
48
What nouns and verbs must do : AGREE
52
Farewell in 41-Down : CIAO
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Ruler in a kaffiyeh : EMIR
54
Pinball sound : PING
55
Home of Pearl City : OAHU
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___ loss : ATA
60
Start of many Latin American city names : SAN

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle.

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