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New York Times, Thursday, April 28, 2011

Food brand whose name is a combination of two state abbreviations

Author:
Gary Cee
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JVXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Cee. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York Times4/28/11 ( No. 22,451 )
Across
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March time? : PURIM
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iPad downloads : APPS
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Humbug : GUFF
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Minute creature : AMEBA
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Tales of the Round Table, e.g. : LORE
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Home of the Gardermoen airport : OSLO
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Titular jurisdiction of 30-Across : WALES
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Hanna-Barbera creation : TOON
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Hair-razing stuff : NAIR
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Event of 4/29/11 : ROYALWEDDING
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Class conducted online : WEBINAR
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Name of six British monarchs : GEORGE
27
Kind of pass : EURAIL
28
Lead-in to Little League : TBALL
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Bridegroom of 4/29/11 : PRINCEWILLIAM
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Knockout count : TEN
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Honor bestowed by 53-Down : OBE
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Ages ___ : AGO
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Bride of 4/29/11 : KATEMIDDLETON
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"La ___" (traditional Mexican nuptials song) : BAMBA
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Em, for one : AUNTIE
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Food brand whose name is a combination of two state abbreviations : OREIDA
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Gels : HARDENS
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30- and 38-Across someday, presumably : KINGANDQUEEN
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Utah winter vacation spot : ALTA
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Violinist Leopold : AUER
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Bounty holder? : DOWEL
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Mythological sprite : PERI
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Follow : TAIL
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2006 World Cup champs : ITALY
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Bucolic poem : IDYL
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21-Down students : ELIS
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Poindexter types : NERDS
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Logo of the Clemson Tigers : PAW
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Actress Thurman : UMA
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Father's subj. : REL
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___ Peninsula : IBERIAN
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Kind of temple : MASONIC
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Westminster Abbey feature : ALTAR
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Feature of the Buckingham Palace grounds : POOL
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Ferry's front : PROW
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French-speaking land of 12+ million : SENEGAL
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Romantic ride for some honeymooners : GONDOLA
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Eastern competitor : USAIR
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Throw : FLING
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Smith's workplace : FORGE
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School for 64-Across : YALE
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Place to take a number, maybe : DELI
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Boohooed : WEPT
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French river or department : EURE
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Threshold : BRINK
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It parallels the fibula : TIBIA
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Ran past the border : BLED
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Development site : WOMB
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Not glossy : MATTE
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Penetrate : GOIN
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Tip jar bills : ONES
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First name of two first ladies : ABIGAIL
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"There!" : TADA
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Throw out : EMANATE
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"The Phantom of the Opera" heroine Christine ___ : DAAE
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Baited : LUREDIN
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Postscript : ENDNOTE
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Creature with striped legs : OKAPI
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Ticked off : RILED
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Customs may precede it : ENTRY
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Throws : HURLS
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Like some citizenship : DUAL
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Grandmother of 30-Across, informally : QEII
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___ of the Roses : WAR
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Days gone by, in days gone by : ELD
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Fleur-de-___ : LYS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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