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New York Times, Saturday, April 28, 2007

Author:
Sherry O. Blackard
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Sherry O. Blackard

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 64, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 53 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0428 ( 20,990 )
Across
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Table saver : TRIVET
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Gauged : ASSESSED
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Cosmetics dye: Var. : EOSINE
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Primitive : STONEAGE
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Up : AWOKEN
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Refuse : LEAVINGS
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Powers that be : REGIME
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Asylums : ARKS
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Twin killings, in baseball: Abbr. : DPS
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Unidentified person : ANONYM
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Louvre Pyramid designer : PEI
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First name in courtroom drama : ERLE
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Mats : TANGLES
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Like many leases : ONEYEAR
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Language from which "kayak" comes : INUIT
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Last name of Dickens's Little Nell : TRENT
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Wallet loser's concern : IDENTITYTHEFT
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Measure of pleasure : SMILE
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Far from laid-back : TYPEA
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Barely eats : PICKSAT
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Praise to the heavens : ENNOBLE
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Three-time speed skating gold medalist Karin : ENKE
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Cry of facetious innocence : MOI
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They may accompany sitars : TABLAS
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A.L. Central team, on scoreboards : CLE
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Drive, e.g. : GEAR
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Complete : ALLOUT
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Gave what for : TOREINTO
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Lévi-Strauss of France : CLAUDE
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Player of Principal McGee in "Grease" : EVEARDEN
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Secondary : LESSER
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Alternative to a box of chocolates : REDROSES
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Joins : ENTERS
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Cause anguish in : TEARAT
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Miss Ravenclaw, who co-founded Hogwarts School : ROWENA
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Rectangle or square : ISOGON
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One on a longship : VIKING
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Hostile territory is behind them : ENEMYLINES
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Catfish Row in "Porgy and Bess," e.g. : TENEMENT
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"What ___ of the face is here!": Thomas Paine, "Common Sense" : ASLAP
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Cast in a certain role : STEREOTYPE
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Absorb : SOAKIN
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Stationery store stock: Abbr. : ENVS
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One more than cinque : SEI
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Shore border built up by waves and currents : SANDREEF
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Ratatouille ingredient : EGGPLANT
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Something a loser may skip : DESSERT
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Lake ___, lowest point in Australia : EYRE
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Be just right for : SUITTOATEE
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Victorious soldier in May 1775 : ETHANALLEN
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Plural suffix? : ITY
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Cry after falling hard? : IMINLOVE
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Did some horse-trading : DICKERED
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Sommer of "The Prize" : ELKE
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Feeler : TENTACLE
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Shade : SPECTER
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Recompense : AMENDS
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Russia's Rostov, e.g. : OBLAST
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Top of a closet? : BLOUSE
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Knighted Scottish singer Harry : LAUDER
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Lactates, e.g. : ESTERS
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Makes some lines disappear : IRONS
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Early copter : GIRO
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Sound system component? : EAR

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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