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New York Times, Friday, April 14, 2017

One begins "Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness"

Author:
Andrew Kingsley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Kingsley.
Andrew Kingsley notes:
It's a good Friday indeed when you see your hard work hit print. Almost a year ago I experienced the thrill of debuting a puzzle in ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Beautiful start to the puzzle, the POT ROAST / ABOUT THAT … / TOUGH LOVE / OTHER HALF quartet is so nice. There's even a TERABYTE ... read more
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© 2017, The New York Times4/14/17 ( No. 24,629 )
Across
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Yankee fare : POTROAST
9
Order to go : SCAT
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"I meant to tell you ..." : ABOUTTHAT
15
Verona vino : SOAVE
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A good bawling-out might be an example of it : TOUGHLOVE
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World leader who's a judo master : PUTIN
18
"I'm with ___" : HER
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Word after light or fire : EATER
20
Kendrick and Paquin : ANNAS
21
June honorees: Abbr. : SRS
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Provision for an outdoor event : RAINDATE
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Family-friendly diner choice : BOOTH
27
"The Blacklist" network : NBC
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Followed closely? : APED
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Some long sentences : BADRAPS
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Floor support? : YEAS
34
Arrive on the sly : STEALIN
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Brewski : TALLONE
39
Then : IFSO
40
Kayak alternative : EXPEDIA
41
Big hit : SWAT
44
Spiked punch? : AWL
46
"Napoleon Dynamite" star Jon : HEDER
47
Vernacular : PARLANCE
49
Bud source, perhaps : TAP
50
16 things in "Don Giovanni" : ARIAS
51
Take up again? : REHEM
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These, in Toulouse : CES
56
Culture ___ : SHOCK
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Foreigner's genre : ARENAROCK
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Ancient mountain climber : MOSES
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Instrument with a three-sided body : BALALAIKA
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Seasonal transport : SLED
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Show room? : TIMESLOT
Down
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It may be beaten : PATH
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Instrument with octave keys : OBOE
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Museum offering : TOUR
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Persian, e.g. : RUG
5
Husband or wife : OTHERHALF
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Statue at Rockefeller Center : ATLAS
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Opportunity : SHOT
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Place where people make the rounds? : TAVERN
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Siesta : CATNAP
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Play an ace? : AVIATE
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Flinched, e.g. : TENSED
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Big data unit : TERABYTE
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Cross : SPAN
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Very conservative : STRAITLACED
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Climber's tool : ICEAX
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Cheap shot? : BBS
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Muesli morsel : OAT
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One begins "Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness" : ODE
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Fibonacci, by birth : PISAN
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Catch on TV's "Deadliest Catch" : SNOWCRAB
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Leader of the pack : ALPHAMALE
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Whimsical : ODD
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German "never" : NIE
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Piece in Mr. Potato Head : EAR
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Jerks : SPASMS
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Creator of the 1966 underground film "Chelsea Girls" : WARHOL
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Melodic : ARIOSE
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Check out, in a rude way : LEERAT
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Poses : ASKS
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1000, familiarly : TENAM
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Prefix with pad : HELI
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"When we have shuffled off this mortal ___": Hamlet : COIL
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Fashion designer Marc : ECKO
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Game in which sevens are low : SKAT
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Aides at M.I.T. and U.S.C. : RAS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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