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New York Times, Monday, April 1, 2013

New Jersey city on the west side of the George Washington Bridge

Author:
Gary J. Whitehead
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gary J. Whitehead

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Whitehead.
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© 2013, The New York Times4/1/13 ( No. 23,155 )

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Across
1
Fool : SCAM
5
Classic record label : DECCA
10
Fool : BOOB
14
Sotto ___ (under one's breath) : VOCE
15
Mideast potentate: Var. : AMEER
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The "A" in Thomas A. Edison : ALVA
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Not odd : EVEN
18
Fool : DUNDERHEAD
20
Permit : LET
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Area including China, Korea and Japan : EASTASIA
22
Fool : TRICK
24
Facial cover in a Dumas novel : IRONMASK
28
Many an Albrecht Dürer piece of art : ETCHING
31
___ Lama : DALAI
32
Having a fixed fee, as a calling plan : ONERATE
36
Terminus : END
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New England catch : COD
42
Tooth next to a canine : INCISOR
43
Death notices, informally : OBITS
46
New Jersey city on the west side of the George Washington Bridge : FORTLEE
50
Like the Cyrillic and Hebrew alphabets : NONROMAN
54
Fool : CHEAT
55
Tethered : ONALEASH
58
Watchdog's warning : GRR
59
Fool : NINCOMPOOP
62
Grand party : GALA
63
Sound of delight : OOOH
64
Comic Jack of old radio and TV : BENNY
65
Just ___ (slightly) : ATAD
66
Fool : DUPE
67
Donkeys : ASSES
68
Fool : DOPE
Down
1
Gracefully slender : SVELTE
2
Like C.I.A. operations : COVERT
3
___ acid (vinegar component) : ACETIC
4
Fraternity members, e.g. : MEN
5
1910s-'20s art movement : DADA
6
Relatives of ostriches : EMUS
7
Prefix meaning one-hundredth : CENTI
8
Shingle wood : CEDAR
9
"You ___ Beautiful" : ARESO
10
Grand ___ (vacation island near Florida) : BAHAMA
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"Bravo!" to a torero : OLE
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Eggs in labs : OVA
13
Misbehaving : BAD
19
Watermelon covering : RIND
21
Barely making, with "out" : EKING
23
China's ___ En-lai : CHOU
25
Actor Guinness : ALEC
26
Sent to the ocean floor : SANK
27
Fool : KID
29
Classic soda brand : NEHI
30
:-), in an e-mail : GRIN
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Nelson Mandela's org. : ANC
34
End-of-workweek cry : TGIF
35
"Happy Motoring" gas brand : ESSO
37
Timber wolf : LOBO
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Score after deuce : ADIN
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Caver's light source, maybe : TORCH
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Straight: Prefix : ORTH
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Fool : CON
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Throat lozenge : TROCHE
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Pic of an unborn child : SONO
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Smoothly, in music : LEGATO
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Winter hat part : EARLAP
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Online investor's site : ETRADE
51
Venomous African snake : MAMBA
52
Suisse peaks : ALPES
53
Ad lights : NEONS
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Top-of-the-line : AONE
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1974 Gould/Sutherland C.I.A. spoof : SPYS
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Auction assent : NOD
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Note of indebtedness : IOU
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Queue before Q : NOP
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___ about (wander) : GAD

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

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