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New York Times, Saturday, June 19, 2010

Author:
Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Samuel A. Donaldson

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 64, Blocks: 26 Missing: {GQXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Donaldson. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 0619 ( 22,138 )
Across
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Place to use a rake : CRAPSTABLE
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Twilled, e.g. : WOVE
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Shrine dedicatee : HOLYPERSON
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Have ___ (be connected) : ANIN
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Plans to harm : EVILINTENT
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Attends : ISAT
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Think again : RECONSIDER
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Closer's triumph : SAVE
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The "I" of E. I. du Pont : IRENEE
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Person getting into one's head? : RUSTLER
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No mere jaunt : TREK
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She loved Endymion : SELENE
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See people : POPES
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Like many objections : SUSTAINED
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Use excessively, briefly : ODON
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Takes form : JELLS
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Words said with a look of innocence : NOTI
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What an investor builds : PORTFOLIO
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Took back : REWON
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See 23-Down : URCHIN
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Peak on the Pakistani-Chinese border : KTWO
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Examines closely : PEERSAT
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Poles are found in it : EUROPE
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___ fide : MALA
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Moniker for a ballplayer with a bat named Wonderboy : THENATURAL
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Indexing abbr. : ETAL
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Drives directly to the final destination? : HOLESINONE
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QB O'Donnell : NEIL
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Start of some pitches : ASSEENONTV
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Decorative items : URNS
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Kind of pliers : NEEDLENOSE
Down
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Precious, in Poitiers : CHERI
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Exploration vehicle : ROVER
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Dennis the Menace's mom : ALICE
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Traffic guide : PYLON
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Small organs : SPINETS
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Less easygoing : TENSER
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Class in which some basic strokes are learned : ARTI
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Teacher's deg. : BSED
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One not mixing well : LONER
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Charges : ENTRUSTS
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It often grows in winter : WAISTLINE
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End of some pitches : ONSALENOW
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Café de Paris setting : VIAVENETO
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Added to the database : ENTEREDIN
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With 40-Across, meal for a wolf eel : SEA
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Donkey, in Düsseldorf : ESEL
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Ilia ___, figure skater who won Olympic gold in 1998 : KULIK
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Result of some hovering : POPUPMENU
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Something good for the sole? : ODOREATER
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Like some 58-Across : PORCELAIN
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Spellbinds : ENTHRALLS
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8:00-9:00, say : SLOT
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Swift, e.g. : JONATHAN
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Hi-___ : FIS
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Humdrum : ROUTINE
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Pop maker : WEASEL
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"___ Magic Changes" ("Grease" song) : THOSE
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Yammer : RUNON
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Home of an America East Conference team : ORONO
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Fly holders : PANTS
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Professeur's concern : ELEVE
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Instead : ELSE
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Triage consideration : NEED

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

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