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New York Times, Thursday, May 6, 2010

Passenger gorging on fried chicken and potato chips?

Author:
Dan Naddor
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Naddor. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York Times5/6/10 ( No. 22,094 )
Across
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___City (computer game) : SIM
4
Columbia org. : NASA
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N'awlins sandwiches : POBOYS
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Cable channel : TNT
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Actor Omar of "House" : EPPS
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Surfing site : THENET
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Suffix with robot : ICS
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Barbecue comfortably? : GRILLATEASE
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"Are your Southern breakfast vittles satisfactory?" : GRITSOKAY
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Victorious : ONTOP
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When doubled, a #3 hit of 1968 or a #1 hit of 1987 : MONY
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Nonmigratory goose : NENE
25
Some TV drama settings : ERS
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Anticipates : AWAITS
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Jeans brand : GITANO
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Actress Merrill : DINA
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Marvelous golf club? : GRANDIRON
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Purple outfit? : GRAPESUIT
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Rules regarding tile setting? : GROUTLAWS
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Wild ___ : OATS
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Won handily : ROMPED
44
"Little" title figure in a Beach Boys hit : STNICK
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Enzyme suffix : ASE
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Stag : MALE
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"___ Jury" : ITHE
51
Silents star Nita : NALDI
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Big black bird? : GREATCROW
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Passenger gorging on fried chicken and potato chips? : GREASYRIDER
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Grossglockner, for one : ALP
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"Take your pick" : EITHER
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Pulitzer winner James : AGEE
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___ chi : TAI
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Family of George's fiancée on "Seinfeld" : ROSSES
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Narcissist's love : SELF
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Preposition before now : ERE
Down
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Hester Prynne's "A," e.g. : STIGMA
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Clique : INCROWD
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Name of many hospitals and cemeteries : MTSINAI
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Darkroom production, for short : NEGS
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They come with strings attached : APRONS
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Lace : SPIKE
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Lion of Narnia : ASLAN
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Org. that usually has a fall start-up meeting : PTA
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"___ be in England": Browning : OHTO
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Lived : BEEN
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Carousing : ONATEAR
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"Don't evade the question!" : YESORNO
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Hamlet, to Claudius : STEPSON
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A corrosive : LYE
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Snarling : TYINGUP
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Pâtisserie offering : TARTE
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Animal with a silent head? : GNU
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Numbskull : IDIOT
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It went down in history : TITANIC
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3.0, e.g. : GPA
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Opposite of FF : REW
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Numbskull : ASS
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Municipal pol. : ALD
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19th-century farmer : GRANGER
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Karen's maid on "Will & Grace" : ROSARIO
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Egg foo yung dishes, basically : OMELETS
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Measure the strength of, in a way : TITRATE
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Book burrower : SCHOLAR
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Sushi offering : SEAEEL
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Kind of doll : KEWPIE
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Restaurant V.I.P.: Abbr. : MGR
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Met expectations? : ARIAS
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Shelf : LEDGE
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Morse bits : DAHS
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"Gotcha" : ISEE
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Not kosher : TREF
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Sentence units: Abbr. : YRS

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle.

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