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New York Times, Saturday, April 14, 2012

Author:
Mark Diehl
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mark Diehl

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 27 Missing: {QWYZ} This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2012, The New York TimesNo. 0414 ( 22,803 )

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Across
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Skirt raisers? : UPDRAFTS
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Toward the tip : APICAL
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Equivalent of "ibidem" : SEEABOVE
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___ 400 (Pennsylvania Nascar event) : POCONO
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They're often swiped at stores : ATMCARDS
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Parnassian : POETIC
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Stereotypical bouncers : BRUISERS
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Do some post-harvesting work : THRESH
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Marion ___, Emmy-winning actress on "Bewitched" : LORNE
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A hand : AID
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Singer in the "Odyssey" : SIREN
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"What ___?" : ELSE
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Subject for Enrico Caruso : AMORE
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Kiss hit "Rock and Roll All ___" : NITE
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Western wear : JEANJACKETS
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Cousin of bridge : SPADES
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Discards : TOSSES
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2001 presidential biography by Edmund Morris : THEODOREREX
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Pull down : EARN
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Michael who sang "I'm a lumberjack and I'm O.K." : PALIN
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Rudimentary run : ABCS
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Puts on a graph, say : PLOTS
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Zero-deg. setting : GMT
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Source of a feather in one's cap? : EGRET
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Symbol of power : FASCES
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TV hotline : BATPHONE
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Captured for posterity, maybe : ONTAPE
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Spanish port : ALICANTE
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Classic Lorre role : UGARTE
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Jabbed back : RIPOSTED
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Like classic stories : REREAD
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Macramé creators : KNOTTERS
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Helpful : USABLE
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Lorry supply : PETROL
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Shows reservations : DEMURS
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Molière contemporary : RACINE
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Put to shame : ABASE
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"Heads up!" : FORE
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Many an HBO show : TVDRAMA
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Shrink time, say : SESSION
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8-Down, e.g.: Abbr. : APPT
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Some toy bears, informally : POOHS
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They have two goals : ICERINKS
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Sets of friends : COTERIES
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Liqueur sweetened with syrup : ANISETTE
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Locale in a much-studied 1934 photo : LOCHNESS
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1970s-'80s N.B.A. nickname : DRJ
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Classical subject of a Velázquez painting in the Prado : AESOP
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Gone from a plate : EATEN
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"The Beverly Hillbillies" role : JED
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1920 Democratic presidential nominee : COX
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"Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves," in Alcoholics Anonymous : STEPFOUR
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Digital bone : PHALANGE
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1980s-'90s Ford model : AEROSTAR
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"Whatever" : DONTCARE
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Catchy tune : RAG
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Medicinal tea source : ELMBARK
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Narcolepsy drug : RITALIN
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Totally shaken : AGHAST
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Family name in English literature : BRONTE
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See 49-Down : CENTER
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Strong mounts : STEEDS
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Walls of the heart : SEPTA
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With 44-Down, it had its grand opening on 10/1/1982 : EPCOT
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Ranked player : SEED
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___ the hat : TIPO

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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