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New York Times, Friday, April 17, 2009

Author:
Corey Rubin
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Corey Rubin

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 35 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Rubin. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2009, The New York TimesNo. 0417 ( 21,710 )
Across
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Apologies, in Apulia : SCUSE
6
Slow-smoked Southern grub : TEXASBBQ
14
Some nest sites : EAVES
15
"No, no, this one's on me" : IVEGOTYOU
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Many rappers' personas : THUGS
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Read rights to, as a perp : MIRANDIZE
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Work in a gallery : OIL
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One way to turn : ONADIME
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Parisian possessive : TES
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Something Mr. Olympia lacks : FLAB
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Play ___ : AROLE
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Rec rm. locale, often : BSMT
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French kings' emblem : FLEURDELYS
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Picnic places : LEAS
29
Dark times abroad : NUITS
30
Hot pot spot : KILN
31
Where many lines are dropped : PIERS
32
Appt. book headings : MTWTF
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It can be cracked : DOOR
35
Frijoles go-with : ARROZ
36
Like lumber in a mill : SAWN
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Information, slangily : FOURONEONE
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Side for passage : AYES
43
Split up : ENDIT
44
Key of Mahler's Symphony No. 1: Abbr. : DMAJ
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"Fresh Air" airer : NPR
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Considering, with "of" : INLIGHT
48
Letters in some church names : AME
49
Handles : DEALSWITH
51
Puritan ___ : ETHIC
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Our neighbor's nickname, with "the" : REDPLANET
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Not inadvertent : MEANT
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On the lookout : OPENEYED
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Fast results? : PANGS
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Depart : SETOFF
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John Wayne title marshal of 1973 : CAHILL
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Anatomical hangers : UVULAE
4
Div. : SEG
5
Petrol brand : ESSO
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Stars of "90210," e.g. : TVIDOLS
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How something might be familiar : EERILY
8
Event held each summer and winter : XGAMES
9
Crack : AONE
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Not an upgrade: Abbr. : STD
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Per se : BYITSELF
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Montana State University setting : BOZEMAN
13
Story lines of Indiana Jones films : QUESTS
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Near Eastern hospices : IMARETS
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Depths of despair : NADIR
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Podiatrists' concerns : BUNIONS
25
Overwhelmed and destroyed : BLITZED
27
Monday morning quarterback, maybe : RUER
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"Lost" character Jin-Soo ___ : KWON
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Coca-Cola product : POWERADE
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The perfect match, for some : MRRIGHT
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Loyalty : TROTH
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Crack of dawn, old-style : DAYPEEP
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Like some classes and books : AUDITED
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Painter Botticelli : SANDRO
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Park since 1912 : FENWAY
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How some people shop : ONLINE
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Warren Buffett, e.g. : OMAHAN
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Kind of ceremony : NAMING
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Sends packing : EJECTS
46
Singapore, for one : ISLE
47
Certain sub : TEMP
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Hosp. employee : LPN
52
Event at which some people wear gloves : TEA

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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