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New York Times, Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Author:
Sharon Delorme
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Sharon Delorme

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQVX} This is puzzle # 5 for Ms. Delorme. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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Across
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Add zip to, with "up" : SPICE
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Island north of Australia : TIMOR
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Deserving detention, say : BAD
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Maritime raptors : ERNES
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Farsi speaker : IRANI
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Suffix with glob : ULE
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Boring predicaments? : DULLPICKLES
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C.F.O.'s deg., perhaps : MBA
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Market researcher : ANALYST
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Keep from practicing : DISBAR
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Wet behind the ears : NEW
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Defense acronym : NATO
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Nick of "Warrior" : NOLTE
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Tulip planters, perhaps? : DUTCHDIGGERS
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"I got ___ in Kalamazoo" : AGAL
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Wrestling's Flair : RIC
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Sci-fi sidekick, maybe : BOT
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Strong advocates of margarine? : BUTTERENEMIES
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Classified ad inits. : EOE
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Wet behind the ears : RAW
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Sources of vitamin C : ADES
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Bring Ebert and Moore together? : MUSTERROGERS
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When brunch may be served : ATTEN
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Art school subj. : ANAT
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Poker champ Ungar : STU
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"We're on!" : ITSAGO
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Nose-in-the-air : STUCKUP
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Blistex target : LIP
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Expert ladder climbers? : RUNGMASTERS
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Subgenre of punk : EMO
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Hyundai model : AZERA
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One of Israel's 12 : TRIBE
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Police dept. rank : DET
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Wear black, say : MOURN
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"So ___ to offend ..." : ASNOT
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It's bigger than a coupe : SEDAN
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Kind of danish : PRUNE
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Cause of many a family feud : INLAW
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Unit in a block : CELL
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Catch sight of : ESPY
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"Get a bang out of life!" mint : TICTAC
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Perturb : IRK
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Prefix with content : MAL
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Linear, for short : ONED
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On the upturn : RISING
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Big collector of pollen : BUMBLEBEE
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Burden, figuratively : ALBATROSS
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Sweetie pie : DEAREST
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Word of denial : ISNT
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Get completely wet, in dialect : SOG
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Donned hastily : THREWON
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Valhalla V.I.P. : ODIN
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Brooklynese pronoun : DAT
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Final: Abbr. : ULT
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Bump off : ICE
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"Finally!" : ABOUTTIME
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Celebrity's talk show appearance, say : GUESTSPOT
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Goof up : ERR
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___ avis : RARA
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Scratch up : MAR
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Passports, e.g., in brief : IDS
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Sent with a click : EMAILED
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___ Party : TEA
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Memory trace : ENGRAM
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Certain meter reader : GASMAN
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"At Last" singer James : ETTA
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Yarn purchase : SKEIN
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Engine type : TURBO
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Like some stomachs and elections : UPSET
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Liqueur similar to Sambuca : OUZO
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Racket org. : USTA
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N.F.L. snappers: Abbr. : CTRS
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Opposite of old, in Germany : NEU
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[I'm mad!] : GRR

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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