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New York Times, Monday, April 30, 2007

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Allan E. Parrish

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0430 ( 20,992 )
Across
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King Kong's kin : APES
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Dry out : PARCH
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Aspen gear : SKIS
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N.Y.C. cultural center : MOMA
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Big name in can-making : ALCOA
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Tight curl : KINK
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Elastic holder : RUBBERBAND
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Opposed to : ANTI
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Depart's opposite : ARRIVE
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Lisa, to Bart : SIS
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Actor Beatty : NED
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"Cheers" woman : DIANE
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Home of Notre Dame : SOUTHBEND
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Abbr. at the end of a company's name : INC
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1986 Indy 500 winner Bobby : RAHAL
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Clear, as a chalkboard : ERASE
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S-shaped molding : OGEE
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Three Stooges laugh : YUK
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Dreaded : FEARED
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Entrance, as through oratory : SPELLBIND
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Macaroni and manicotti : PASTAS
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Landon who ran for president in 1936 : ALF
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1978 hit with the lyric "You can get yourself clean, you can have a good meal" : YMCA
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Non-earthling : ALIEN
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Win the first four games in a World Series, e.g. : SWEEP
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Gear part : COG
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Ian Fleming creation : JAMESBOND
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"Filthy" money : LUCRE
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Stereo component : AMP
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Deviation in a rocket's course : YAW
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Actor Brando : MARLON
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Miniature plateau : MESA
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1930s political group : GERMANBUND
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Bustles : ADOS
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Filmmaker Coen : ETHAN
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Neighborhood : AREA
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Lost seaworthiness : SANK
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Eccentric : LOOPY
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Separators on badminton courts : NETS
Down
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Medium for mostly news and talk these days : AMRADIO
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Raining cats and dogs : POURING
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Hug : EMBRACE
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Polio vaccine developer : SABIN
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Whittle down : PARE
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Priest's vestment : ALB
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Color TV pioneer : RCA
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Certain diplomat : CONSUL
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"I've ___!" (cry of impatience) : HADIT
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Jamaican music : SKA
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Greg of "You've Got Mail" : KINNEAR
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Strong, as emotions : INTENSE
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Lost control of a car, say : SKIDDED
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At any time : EVER
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Luster : SHEEN
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Synagogue : SHUL
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Chicago suburb : OAKLAWN
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Two-time Super Bowl M.V.P. Tom : BRADY
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Affirmative votes : AYES
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___ Lauder cosmetics : ESTEE
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Flute in a march : FIFE
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Variety of violet : PANSY
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Ran in the wash : BLED
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Nightclothes : PAJAMAS
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Oakland's county : ALAMEDA
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Bart or Lisa : SIMPSON
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Doug of "The Virginian" : MCCLURE
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Royal headgear : CORONET
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Lists for meetings : AGENDAS
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Part of Johannesburg : SOWETO
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Schedule : PLAN
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Item on which to put lox : BAGEL
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City-related : URBAN
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Quite a few : MANY
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Query : ASK
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Letter between pi and sigma : RHO
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Rand McNally product : MAP

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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