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New York Times, Monday, May 23, 2011

With 37-Down, what 17-, 24-, 47- and 58-Across are all said to bring

Author:
Steve Salitan
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Salitan. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York Times5/23/11 ( No. 22,476 )
Across
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Foamy coffee order : LATTE
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Treble sign : GCLEF
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Popular cooking spray : PAM
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Ness of "The Untouchables" : ELIOT
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Tehran native : IRANI
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Plains tribe : OTO
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Mickey Mantle wore it : NUMBERSEVEN
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Crete or Curaçao: Abbr. : ISL
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"Peter Pan" pirate : SMEE
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Online chat components, for short : IMS
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Sleeper's breathing problem : APNEA
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One who's an overnight success : SHOOTINGSTAR
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Full ranges : GAMUTS
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Archaeological find : RELIC
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Actor Sharif and others : OMARS
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Former New York mayor Abe : BEAME
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Petroleum : OIL
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Seine tributary : OISE
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Do-it-yourselfer's genre : HOWTO
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"Black Swan" attire : TUTU
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Cavity filler's deg. : DDS
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Irish-born Tony winner Patrick : MAGEE
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Frenzied : MANIC
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Indian corn : MAIZE
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"For shame!" : TSKTSK
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Much-kissed rock : BLARNEYSTONE
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The "L" in XXL : LARGE
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Airport monitor abbr. : ARR
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Only : SOLE
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Common breast-pocket stain : INK
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Common key chain adornment : RABBITSFOOT
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___ Bo (exercise system) : TAE
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Able to dance a jig, say : AGILE
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Kind of column : IONIC
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Spot concealed by makeup, maybe : ZIT
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Ear features : LOBES
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Garbage : TRASH
Down
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Microscope part : LENS
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'10 grad now, e.g. : ALUM
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A metronome keeps it : TIME
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"No doubt" : TOBESURE
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Summer on the Seine : ETE
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Thingamajig : GISMO
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Peak of a wave : CREST
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John : LAV
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Reverse of WSW : ENE
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Achieve through trickery : FINAGLE
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Bridge hand assessment : POINTCOUNT
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Bamboozled : ATSEA
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Back biter? : MOLAR
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Amazon and Orinoco, to natives : RIOS
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Pitchfork-shaped letter : PSI
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Shaker ___, O. : HTS
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Really ticked : IRATE
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Pixar's "Finding ___" : NEMO
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With 37-Down, what 17-, 24-, 47- and 58-Across are all said to bring : GOOD
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Surrounded by : AMID
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Not a niche audience : MASSMARKET
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One over par : BOGEY
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Ram's mate : EWE
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"Really?" : ITIS
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See 28-Down : LUCK
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Smog, e.g. : HAZE
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Supposes to be : TAKESFOR
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20 Questions category : MINERAL
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AOL alternative : MSN
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Country sharing a long border with Chile: Abbr. : ARG
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Civil wrong : TORT
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Sudden charge in football : BLITZ
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Hawaiian veranda : LANAI
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Valuable fur : SABLE
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Hears, as a case : TRIES
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Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
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Clark's gal in "Superman" : LOIS
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Make an impression? : ETCH
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Long, long ___ : AGO
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Baby's dinner wear : BIB
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Command to Fido : SIT

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

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