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New York Times, Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Author:
Jonah Kagan
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jonah Kagan

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Kagan. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 0414 ( 22,072 )
Across
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Painter's primer : GESSO
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Mex. miss : SRTA
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Big Apple neighborhood west of the East Village : NOHO
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English novelist Canetti who wrote "Crowds and Power" : ELIAS
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Thing to look under : HOOD
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Privy to : INON
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Dear : NEARTOONESHEART
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Actress Thompson : EMMA
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When la Tour Eiffel lights up : NUIT
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Rock band with a lightning bolt in its logo : ACDC
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What children should be, so the saying goes : SEENBUTNOTHEARD
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Electees : INS
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Mount in the Bible : ASS
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"___ the last rose of summer" (start of a Thomas Moore poem) : TIS
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___ the day : RUE
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Head out on the ranch? : STEER
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Korean money : WON
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What Justin Timberlake's "bringin' back," in a song : SEXY
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Home of the Ivy League : NORTHEAST
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Director Preminger : OTTO
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Palindromic exclamation : OHO
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Many sand castle molds : PAILS
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Not con : PRO
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Take to court : SUE
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Carmaker whose name means "arise out of Asia" : KIA
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___ Mustard : COL
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It's a relief in Athens : PARTHENONFRIEZE
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Princess with a blaster : LEIA
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"That's big news, dude!" : WHOA
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Sentence segment: Abbr. : PRED
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Likely to change everything : EARTHSHATTERING
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Baseball's Moises : ALOU
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Like lemonade sans sugar : TART
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Oscar-winning "Tootsie" actress : LANGE
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Cold war news source : TASS
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Canine command : STAY
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Comedian Wanda : SYKES
Down
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Book that spans 2,369 years : GENESIS
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Gold or silver, but not bronze : ELEMENT
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Like the cats in "Lady and the Tramp" : SIAMESE
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Clear kitchen wrap : SARAN
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Sunrise direction in Berlin : OST
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Hoot and holler : SHOUTS
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1998 De Niro film : RONIN
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In direct competition : TOETOTOE
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Google moneymakers : ADS
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Lisa Simpson, to Patty or Selma : NIECE
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How one might go bungee jumping : ONADARE
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Receptacle for Voldemort's soul in Harry Potter : HORCRUX
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Que. neighbor : ONT
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Burden : ONUS
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Derisive laughs : HAHS
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Prefix with -meter : BARO
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Fey of "30 Rock" : TINA
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Susan of "L.A. Law" : DEY
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Musician Brian : ENO
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"... that's ___!" : WHO
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Where to catch a bullet?: Abbr. : STA
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Player/preyer : ROUE
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"And after that?" : THENWHAT
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Exchange jabs or gibes : SPAR
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Right to left, e.g.: Abbr. : OPP
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Light refrain : TRALALA
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Stars in a ring : TOREROS
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Place to see a flying camel : ICERINK
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Drop down one's throat? : LOZENGE
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Big busting tools : SLEDGES
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Persian monarch : SHAH
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Full of difficulties : KNOTTY
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"___ first you ..." : IFAT
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"___ Andronicus" : TITUS
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John who wrote "Appointment in Samarra" : OHARA
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Start of an appeal : IPRAY
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Drop down one's throat : EAT
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Urban grid: Abbr. : STS
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Chi-town trains : ELS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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