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New York Times, Tuesday, March 8, 2016

___ network (term in anatomy and artificial intelligence)

Author:
David Steinberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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David Steinberg

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Steinberg.
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© 2016, The New York Times3/8/16 ( No. 24,227 )
Across
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Unable to escape : INATRAP
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Double helix parts : STRANDS
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Cuckoo, from the Yiddish : MESHUGA
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Hard work : TRAVAIL
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Something to check if the lights go out : FUSEBOX
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Tree whose berries flavor gin : JUNIPER
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Memorable hurricane of 2011 : IRENE
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Disneyland locale, briefly : SOCAL
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Rebellious Turner : NAT
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Lay out plates, silverware, napkins, etc. : SETTHETABLE
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Princess in "Frozen" : ELSA
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___ shark : LOAN
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Cabbage for miso soup? : YEN
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Where Samsung is headquartered : SEOUL
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Cut out (for) : SUITED
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"Anatomy of a Murder" director : OTTOPREMINGER
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The Taj Mahal, for one : SHRINE
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Mrs. Eisenhower : MAMIE
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One of the five W's : WHO
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Poetic measure : IAMB
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Step on a ladder : RUNG
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Quick-cooking cut of meat : MINUTESTEAK
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An eagle beats it : PAR
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Fracking material : SHALE
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Major artery : AORTA
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Placate : ASSUAGE
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Wrap "worn" by 17-, 22-, 37- and 48-Across? : FURCOAT
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Cafeteria worker's wear : HAIRNET
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Opening on the side of a vest : ARMHOLE
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Toads and kangaroos : HOPPERS
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Sci-fi weapon : BLASTER
Down
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"Nothing's broken!" : IMFINE
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___ network (term in anatomy and artificial intelligence) : NEURAL
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Building, inventory, cash on hand, etc. : ASSETS
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Now's partner : THEN
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Unsophisticated sorts : RUBES
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Previously : AGO
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___ Romana : PAX
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Virgin Island that's 60% national park : STJOHN
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Armistice : TRUCE
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Stampeded toward : RANAT
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Walled Spanish city : AVILA
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40 winks : NAP
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Game cube : DIE
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Camera inits. : SLR
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No-win chess outcome : STALEMATE
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Marry a cutie on the q.t., maybe : ELOPE
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Get the show on the road : TOUR
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Tiny memory unit : BYTE
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Wolfish look : LEER
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Crusty bread slice : END
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Sparkling wine region : ASTI
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Word found in "time on end," appropriately : EON
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"The Lion King" lion : SIMBA
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Prefix with brow : UNI
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Disney bigwig Bob : IGER
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"Fancy seeing you here!" : OHHI
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Video game film : TRON
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Broadway auntie : MAME
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Certain bachelor, in personal ads : SWM
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Archipelago parts : ISLETS
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Pull from the ground : UPROOT
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Christmas, in Italy : NATALE
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Gadget for Parmesan : GRATER
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Seize unlawfully : USURP
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___ of Fife (Macduff's title) : THANE
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Like a beaver : EAGER
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Destiny : KARMA
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Adolph in New York Times history : OCHS
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"That feels amazing!" : AHH
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___ Tomé and Príncipe : SAO
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Drink hot chocolate, maybe : SIP
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Like the Beatles, in 1960s lingo : FAB
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Bookmarked thing : URL

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