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New York Times, Thursday, June 5, 2008

Author:
James Sajdak
Editor:
Will Shortz
Where things are freely bought and sold ... and what the starts of 17-, 23-, 36- and 46-Across do?
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James Sajdak

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Sajdak.
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© 2008, The New York Times6/5/08 ( No. 21,394 )
Across
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Eye : OGLE
5
Clothing retailer on the New York Stock Exchange since 2006 : JCREW
10
Casa ___, Toronto castle : LOMA
14
Andy Roddick, at times : ACER
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"A Dog of Flanders" novelist, 1872 : OUIDA
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Rapper with the gold-record album "O.G. Original Gangster" : ICET
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Tiny sideshow attraction : FLEACIRCUS
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Juggling nine balls, e.g. : FEAT
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"___ me, that's who!" : SEZ
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Short race, for short : ONEK
22
Cyberball maker : ATARI
23
Old weather forecaster : FARMERSALMANAC
27
___ Bridge, first to span the Mississippi at St. Louis : EADS
28
Shorten, as a sail : REEF
29
Israel's Olmert : EHUD
32
City nicknamed Gateway to the West : WINNIPEG
36
When a big game is caught : SUPERBOWLSUNDAY
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Remove, as a mustache : SHAVEOFF
41
Title film role for Robin Williams : GARP
42
Make : EARN
43
Place for pins : LANE
46
Roosevelt group : BULLMOOSEPARTY
52
Guiding beliefs : ETHOS
53
"___ bien" : TRES
54
Sue Grafton's "___ for Outlaw" : OIS
56
Win : REAP
57
Where things are freely bought and sold ... and what the starts of 17-, 23-, 36- and 46-Across do? : OPENMARKET
60
Celtic language : ERSE
61
___ Montoya, DC Comics heroine known as the Question : RENEE
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First name in horror : BELA
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Fly catcher : TOAD
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___ squash : ACORN
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Movie hero with a fedora, familiarly : INDY
Down
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Daily trippers? : OAFS
2
Sign of treble? : GCLEF
3
Radio host Gibbons : LEEZA
4
History text unit : ERA
5
Wedded : JOINED
6
Shamans : CURERS
7
Gin joint in "Casablanca" : RICKS
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End of a professor's address : EDU
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Is in the past : WAS
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Do anything to help : LIFTAFINGER
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Place to use an echograph : OCEAN
12
Half of a popular comedy team : MEARA
13
Ancient Greek : ATTIC
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What a person who's out may be in : COMA
22
"I'd like to see ___" : AMENU
24
Like land in urban renewal : REDEVELOPED
25
Seed case : ARIL
26
Projector part : LENS
29
Switchback shape : ESS
30
"Say what?" : HUH
31
___ tree : UPA
32
Former grapplers' org. : WWF
33
Palm Pilot, e.g., briefly : PDA
34
Iowa harvest unit : EAR
35
Con : GYP
37
Stationer's stock : REAMS
38
Queens, e.g., informally : BORO
39
___ consequence : OFNO
43
"Wouldn't It Be Loverly" lyricist : LERNER
44
Missing links? : APEMEN
45
Columbia org. : NASA
46
Arty topper : BERET
47
Unborn, after "in" : UTERO
48
Disputed holy city : LHASA
49
Pool temp, maybe : STENO
50
Bit of arcade currency : TOKEN
51
Return : YIELD
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A judge might issue one : STAY
57
___ pro nobis : ORA
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Muscle builder's muscle, for short : PEC
59
Big stat for Manny Ramirez : RBI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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