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New York Times, Friday, April 6, 2007

Author:
Will Nediger
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Will Nediger

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {B} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Nediger. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0406 ( 20,968 )
Across
1
Recently : OFLATE
7
Data recorders : ALMANACS
15
Loud warning signal : KLAXON
16
One of the Zappas : MOONUNIT
17
Really regret : LAMENT
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Like some damages : PUNITIVE
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Without skimping : AMPLY
20
What a resignee calls it : QUITS
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Russian peace : MIR
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One of a matched set : HERS
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W can be a vowel in it : WELSH
24
Color close to cranberry : PUCE
25
Be outstanding? : OWE
26
Book of Kells, e.g. : CODEX
27
Something to wrangle with : LASSO
28
Perchance : MAYHAP
30
Sub : SITIN
32
Store : ARSENAL
34
Reeling feeling : VERTIGO
38
Interior decorator's concern : MOTIF
40
Choose not to take : PASSON
41
Molly of classic radio : MCGEE
44
Parts of 24-Down : FLIES
46
Bird with giant talons : ROC
47
Bring in : EARN
48
Not go on : CEASE
49
Chinese export : JADE
50
Super Bowl played at Dolphin Stadium : XLI
51
Can't refuse : HASTO
52
Work of Passion : PIETA
53
"This is the last straw!" : IVEHADIT
55
Lacking liveliness : PALLID
56
School in culture : CIVILIZE
57
Best degrees : OPTIMA
58
Order of roses : ONEDOZEN
59
Player of Lincoln in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois," 1940 : MASSEY
Down
1
"People Will Say We're in Love" musical : OKLAHOMA
2
Result of provocative posters? : FLAMEWAR
3
Marine suckers : LAMPREYS
4
They're more than full turns : AXELS
5
Annual prize since 1947 : TONY
6
Creature in "The Two Towers" : ENT
7
Hospital containers : AMPULES
8
Ruler for 72 years : LOUISXIV
9
The 4 in 4/6, e.g. : MONTH
10
León liqueur : ANIS
11
Fiend : NUT
12
Bad blood : ANIMUS
13
High school course : CIVICS
14
Like some recordings : STEREO
20
Letters seen by a proof reader? : QED
23
Schneider's "The Dukes of Hazzard" co-star : WOPAT
24
They cover the bottom : PANTS
26
Olympics craft : CANOE
27
Turkish bread : LIRAS
29
Atlas and others : HEMEN
31
Mobile home : TEPEE
33
Not enlarged or shrunken : LIFESIZE
35
Side in a 1967 war : ISRAELIS
36
Blast : GOODTIME
37
Quotidianly : ONCEADAY
39
Level : FLATTEN
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1970 and 1986 World Cup host : MEXICO
42
Hoops Hall-of-Famer Murphy : CALVIN
43
Sorrow : GRIEVE
45
Initially the same? : ISO
48
European port founded by the Phoenicians : CADIZ
49
Dumps, so to speak : JILTS
51
Sign of virtue : HALO
52
Sobriquet for singer John Phillips : PAPA
54
Shaded : HID
55
Petite pooch, for short : POM

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

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