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New York Times, Friday, May 31, 2013

Author:
Josh Knapp
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Josh Knapp

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Knapp. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 0531 ( 23,215 )

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Across
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"You doubt me?" : AMIWRONG
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"Titus" director Taymor : JULIE
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Disappointing screen message : GAMEOVER
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Series of movements : SONATA
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Start of a court display : EXHIBITA
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Commensurate (with) : ONAPAR
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What we may be overseas? : NOUS
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Relative of a bathysphere : DIVINGBELL
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Limp Bizkit frontman Fred : DURST
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Ingredient in some pastitsio : ZITI
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Sacha Baron Cohen character : ALIG
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Football stat. : ATT
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21, in blackjack : ACETEN
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Have words (with) : SPAR
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Earl of Sandwich, e.g. : EPONYM
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What was once yours? : THINE
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Some charge cards, informally : AMEXES
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Wee : TEENSY
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Florentine tourist attraction : DAVID
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Certainly didn't roar : MEOWED
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Bellicose figure : ARES
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Feature of a daredevil circus act : CANNON
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Dirt collector : MAT
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Guinness measurement : PINT
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Kool & the Gang's "Get Down ___" : ONIT
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Unsolicited manuscripts, informally : SLUSH
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Get off the ground : TAKEFLIGHT
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Instruction for a violinist : ARCO
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It follows a curtain opening : SCENEI
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Hood's support : MERRYMEN
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Stir : THECAN
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Breather? : AQUALUNG
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Gretzky, for most of the 1980s : OILER
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Manages : STEWARDS
Down
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Big to-do, maybe? : AGENDA
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Push to the limit : MAXOUT
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"That cuts me to the quick" : IMHURT
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Houdini's real name : WEISS
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Take the money and run? : ROB
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J. M. W. Turner's "___ Banished From Rome" : OVID
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YouTuber, e.g. : NETIZEN
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It keeps people grounded : GRAVITY
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"Fear of Flying" author : JONG
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Brazen : UNABASHED
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Accessory to a suit : LAPELPIN
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Many early 20th-century U.S. immigrants : ITALIANS
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Blend with bergamot : EARLGREY
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___-law : SONIN
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Gossip column subject : ITEM
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Not live : TAPED
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Function of mathematics: Abbr. : COS
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It's a living thing : EXISTENCE
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Much of the Disney Channel's demographic : TEENS
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Gets comfortable with : ADAPTSTO
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Style played on a guitarrón : MARIACHI
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State of stability : EVENKEEL
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Shout repeated at a basketball game : TWO
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___-pedi : MANI
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Causes of head-scratching : ENIGMAS
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Hush-hush : ONTHEQT
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Farrell of "In Bruges" : COLIN
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Hushed sound : MURMUR
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Get high : ASCEND
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Strings along a beach? : THONGS
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1972 hit that begins "What'll you do when you get lonely ...?" : LAYLA
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"___ leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering": Yoda : FEAR
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"You have a point" : TRUE
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Naked : RAW

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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