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New York Times, Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Author:
Janet R. Bender
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Janet R. Bender

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 24 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2006, The New York TimesNo. 0613 ( 20,671 )
Across
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"The Grapes of Wrath" family name : JOAD
5
Drink, as from a bottle : SWIG
9
Lagoon formation : ATOLL
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"Need You Tonight" group, 1987 : INXS
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___ colada : PINA
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Speakers' platforms : PODIA
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Rafter #1 : BUILDINGSUPPORT
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Snaky shape : ESS
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"___ homo" : ECCE
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Capital on the Missouri : PIERRE
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Opposite of charge : FLEE
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Ski lift : TBAR
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Sites of roots : SCALPS
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Means of enforcing tax compliance : LIEN
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Trucker's perch : CAB
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God to 1.2 billion : ALLAH
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TV watcher's vantage point : SOFA
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Slugger Sammy : SOSA
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Rafter #2 : PATRICKOFTENNIS
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"Dies ___" : IRAE
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Word from a klutz : OOPS
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Al Jazeera's home : QATAR
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Org. that studies U.S. history : DAR
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Dock : QUAY
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Big name in pet food : PURINA
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Ringlet : CURL
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Animal with a pup : SEAL
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Greetings before "Pehea 'oe?" ("How are you?") : ALOHAS
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Husband of a countess : EARL
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Letters of distress : SOS
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Rafter #3 : RIVERENTHUSIAST
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Family insignia : CREST
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Elevator brake inventor : OTIS
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Eight furlongs : MILE
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Frequency unit : HERTZ
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Cinematic pig : BABE
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Slog (through) : PLOW
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Agree : JIBE
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Burden : ONUS
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W.W. II foe : AXIS
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High-speed connection inits. : DSL
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Oregano and others : SPICES
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Reaction to a friend's mistake : WINCE
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"Picnic" playwright : INGE
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The fill in "fill 'er up!" : GAS
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Ancient Rome's ___ Way : APPIAN
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Lush : TOPER
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Emanation : ODOR
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Commuters' line to N.Y.C. : LIRR
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Tardy : LATE
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Scene of the ancient Pythian games : DELPHI
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Optimistic : UPBEAT
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Emergency signal : FLARE
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Spats : TIFFS
25
Tasty : SAPID
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Santa ___, Calif. : CLARA
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Place to exchange vows : ALTAR
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Eccentric, to put it nicely : LOOPY
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Tony winner Tom : CONTI
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Iraqi or Nepali : ASIAN
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City whose name can be anagrammed, appropriately, to ARABS : BASRA
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Toast : SKOAL
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Tie-up : SNARL
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Appetizer or dessert : COURSE
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Peers : EQUALS
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7 on the Mohs scale : QUARTZ
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Read : PERUSE
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Place for valuables : CHEST
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Title in old India : SAHIB
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Foot part : ARCH
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Bygone Italian money : LIRE
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Finished : OVER
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Grammy winner James : ETTA
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Jib or spinnaker : SAIL
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1952 Winter Olympics site : OSLO
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This-and-that dish : STEW
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British big shot : NOB
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Evil spirit : IMP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle.

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