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New York Times, Saturday, April 9, 2005

Author:
Bob Peoples
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bob Peoples

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 0409 ( 20,241 )

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Across
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Jazz passage : HOTLICK
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One who might try a 36-Across : FADDIST
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Former Volkswagen model : EUROVAN
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Used part of : ATEINTO
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Display unit : ETAGERE
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House style : CAPECOD
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Trip producer : LSD
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Dug, in a way : SPADED
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Fix up : MEND
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"Chatt'ring" birds in Shakespeare : PIES
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P.T.A. concern: Abbr. : EDUC
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Nonexistent : NIL
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Assume : ADOPT
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Solo : STAG
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Old laborer : ESNE
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Takes issue with : DENIES
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Shore dinner selection : CRABLEGS
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Major reduction plan : CRASHDIET
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No longer pristine : DOGEARED
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In conflict : ATODDS
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___ Kreuger, the Match King : IVAR
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Joys for hot-rodders, once : GTOS
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Cedric ___ of "Little Lord Fauntleroy" : ERROL
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Electrical unit : REL
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Nursery stock : POTS
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Variety show fare : OLIO
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"Aphrodite and ___" (classic art subject) : EROS
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Microsoft concern : PIRACY
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Geom. measurement : ANG
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Parliamentary procedure : CLOTURE
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Out of one's gourd : MESHUGA
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1997 Hollywood blockbuster : TITANIC
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Designated driver, perhaps : ONEIRON
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Trace : VESTIGE
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Hair highlights : STREAKS
Down
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Shoe accessory : HEELPAD
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Like some pitches : OUTSIDE
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Profit from : TRADEON
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"Star Trek" record : LOG
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"A Little Bitty Tear" hitmaker, 1962 : IVES
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With 11-Down, motto of Horace : CARPE
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Presses the flesh : KNEADS
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King or queen : FACECARD
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Not much : ATAD
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Bank statement abbr. : DEP
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See 6-Down : DIEM
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Tick off : INCENSE
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Old form of capital punishment : STONING
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Moves a little unsteadily : TODDLES
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Feature of some country kitchens : DUTCHDOOR
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Chef, at times : SPICER
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Prefix with hertz : TERA
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Daughter of Chaos : GAIA
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Part of Orange County, Calif. : ELTORO
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Puppeteer Tony : SARG
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Jean Renoir film "La ___ Humaine" : BETE
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Part of stage scenery : SETPIECE
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Major digital satellite service provider : DIRECTV
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Cover : OVERLIE
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Goons : GALOOTS
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Popular advice-giver : DRLAURA
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Enjoying some success : DOINGOK
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Words to live by : SLOGANS
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Actor John of sitcoms : STAMOS
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Pine, e.g. : SCENT
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E.R. order : STAT
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Puritan : PRIG
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W.W. I battle locale : YSER
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Prefix with color : UNI
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Take off in a hurry : HIE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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