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New York Times, Wednesday, July 15, 2015

With 66-Across, place on a keyboard to find all the letters in 16-, 28-, 46- and 60-Across

Author:
Bruce Haight
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bruce Haight

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {BFHJKQZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Haight.
Bruce Haight notes:
There is some debate about this, but most sources say the longest common words that can be typed all on one row of the keyboard are ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
I enjoyed Bruce's story — funny to imagine some typewriter executive demanding that his product team have the typewriter PRODUCE ... read more
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© 2015, The New York Times7/15/15 ( No. 23,990 )

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Across
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Content of hate mail : VENOM
6
Duel unit : PACE
10
With 66-Across, place on a keyboard to find all the letters in 16-, 28-, 46- and 60-Across : TOP
13
Adventurously follow one's heart, say : ELOPE
14
Brand name that sounds like a cheer : OLAY
15
Bone-dry : SERE
16
Everything you can perform : REPERTOIRE
18
Beekeeper in a 1997 movie : ULEE
19
Marvel's Thor, Captain America or Iron Man : AVENGER
20
One working with an anchor : SAILOR
22
Place for une île : MER
23
Fowl poles? : ROOSTS
25
Prefix with liter : DECI
28
Business owner : PROPRIETOR
32
Apples since 1998 : IMACS
34
Didn't sit on one's hands : ACTED
35
G.I.'s address : APO
36
Title for a Benedictine : DOM
37
Bankroll : WAD
39
Sugar suffix : OSE
40
Rustic expanse : LEA
41
Beehive State athlete : UTE
42
Verdi aria for a baritone : ERITU
44
Players "planted" in a bracket : SEEDS
46
Time without end : PERPETUITY
49
___ prof. : ASST
50
Midsize Nissan : ALTIMA
51
Defib expert : EMT
53
One shouldn't drink to this : EXCESS
55
"Is it worth the gamble?" : DOIDARE
59
Explorer of kidvid : DORA
60
Apt example of this puzzle's theme : TYPEWRITER
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They've split : EXES
64
Complain loudly : RAIL
65
Some Deco illustrations : ERTES
66
See 10-Across : ROW
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First name in Jellystone Park : YOGI
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Town, in Germany : STADT
Down
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Miles of "Psycho" : VERA
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Mountain road sign abbr. : ELEV
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"Fuhgeddaboudit" : NOPE
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Occasion for amateurs to do stand-up : OPENMIC
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Unite : MERGE
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D-worthy : POOR
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Iraq's Mosque of ___ (pilgrimage site) : ALI
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Roller coaster unit : CAR
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Urban renewal targets : EYESORES
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Serves up whoppers : TELLSTALES
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Stackable snack : OREO
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Use a spyglass : PEER
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Multipart composition : SUITE
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Maryland athlete, informally : TERP
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Songs most often played by D.J.s : ASIDES
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Mythical predator of elephants : ROC
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Choose not to participate : OPTOUT
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Prepared fancily : DIDUP
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Ham it up : EMOTE
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Ones working with an anchor : CAMERACREW
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Curie discovery : RADIUM
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Maureen Dowd pieces : OPEDS
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Insult kiddingly : ROAST
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Halloween haul : SWEETS
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Exquisite design : ARTISTRY
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___ Maria (liqueur) : TIA
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Humble oneself : EATDIRT
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Fund-raisers' commercials, e.g. : PLEAS
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"That really hurt!" : YEOW
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Sticks in the mud : MIRES
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River of Hesse : EDER
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Love letter sign-off : XOXO
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Carnegie ___ (famous eatery) : DELI
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Slangy lead-in to "way" : ATTA
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Walter ___ hospital : REED
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Formerly, once : ERST
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Ming formerly of the N.B.A. : YAO
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Source of fatback : PIG

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