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New York Times, Saturday, May 25, 2013

42-Down : Cylindrical menu item

Author:
David Steinberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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David Steinberg

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JKQ} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Steinberg.
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© 2013, The New York Times5/25/13 ( No. 23,209 )
Across
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What's "all in my brain," in a 1967 rock classic : PURPLEHAZE
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Dynasty founded by Yu the Great : HSIA
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Like some majors and wars : UNDECLARED
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Capping : ATOP
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Be peerless : STANDALONE
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Blacks out : BANS
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Little Joe's half brother of old TV : HOSS
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Einstein's death : TOD
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Preakness, e.g. : HORSE
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Image mentale : IDEE
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First created being, in myth : CHAOS
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Stand-up comic known for irreverent sermonettes : DAVIDSTEINBERG
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Form's top, perhaps : LINEA
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Make inseparable : WELD
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River forming the Handegg waterfall : AAR
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Having one 49-Across : ING
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Winner of seven tennis majors in the 1920s : LACOSTE
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Material in the translation process : RNA
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Caterpillar roll ingredient : EEL
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Operation creation : SLIT
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Java class? : DECAF
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Do a vanishing act : DROPOUTOFSIGHT
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Jezebel's lack : SHAME
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One housed in a chest : LUNG
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See 34-Across : SHARP
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"Dear" one : SIR
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Diamond stats : RBIS
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Decimal starter : HEXA
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Microsoft Office feature : POWERPOINT
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Figure taking a bow? : EROS
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No-strings declaration? : IMAREALBOY
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___ deal : DONE
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"So Wrong" singer, 1962 : PATSYCLINE
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Labor leader's cry? : PUSH
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It may precede itself : UNTO
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Stds. for A and E, e.g. : RDAS
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Seriously thinking : PENSIVE
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Monitor option, briefly : LCD
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High : ELATED
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Headbands? : HALOES
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Longtime teammate of Mr. November : AROD
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Eastern state? : ZEN
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City near Utrecht : EDE
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Violent sandstorm : HABOOB
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Old TV show hosted by Ed McMahon : STARSEARCH
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Makeup of some beams : IONS
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Basilica niche : APSE
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Submitted : HANDEDIN
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Product named for its "'round the clock protection" : DIALSOAP
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Broccoli bits? : CEES
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Foil component : HILT
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Building with many sides : DINER
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Fifth-century invader : ANGLOSAXON
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___-one : TWOTO
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Stormed : RANAT
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Winner of 14 tennis majors in the 1990s : GRAF
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Wasn't straight : LIED
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Many a college interviewer : ALUM
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Reference : CITE
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Cylindrical menu item : EGGROLL
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What outer space is that cyberspace isn't? : PHRASE
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Circular stack : FLIERS
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Epsom's setting : SURREY
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Leave one's coat behind? : SHED
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Saving type : HERO
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Performer of high-risk operations : SWAT
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Mideastern P.M.'s nickname : BIBI
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Not blind to : INON
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Affliction whose name rhymes with its location : STYE
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Vegas spot : PIP
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German granny : OMA
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American Crossroads, e.g. : PAC

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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