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New York Times, Friday, July 16, 2010

Author:
Mel Rosen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mel Rosen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Rosen. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 0716 ( 22,165 )
Across
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Counter act : SCAN
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One reported to the Better Business Bureau : SCAM
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Woe for the unwary : SNARE
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"___ quiet!" : OHBE
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Like many indies : ARTY
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Attack as a young boxer might : NIPAT
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One side in the Battle of Cold Harbor : REBS
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Very small parts : MILLIONTHS
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Meteorology, e.g. : EARTHSCIENCE
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Go caving : SPELUNK
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Cry from a stuck-up person? : STOPHIM
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Chicken George player in "Roots" : VEREEN
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Like some hush puppies : ONIONY
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"Donnie Brasco" grp. : FBI
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Near midnight, say : LATEN
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"Brokeback Mountain" role : ENNIS
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Eschew exertion : LOAF
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Bad lover? : DEVIL
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Bearer of trumpet-shaped flowers : SEGO
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Branch of zool. : ENTOM
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Find another tenant for : RELET
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"Lo! in ___ brilliant window-niche ...": Poe : YON
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Female adviser : EGERIA
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Seize again : REGRAB
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Snake intake : RODENTS
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Carting fee : DRAYAGE
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Online reference for all things "Star Wars" : WOOKIEEPEDIA
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Buzz sources : RUMORMILLS
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Some police officers: Abbr. : SGTS
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Subject for un poeta : AMORE
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Baker's accessory : MITT
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Myoglobin component : HEME
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Game with half-elves, informally : DANDD
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Word in many cruise ships' names : SEAS
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10-time Silver Slugger Award winner, familiarly : AROD
Down
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Dermatology topics : SORES
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Not built to last : CHEAP
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Short-term? : ABBREVIATED
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Oh Henry! maker : NESTLE
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"Golf Begins at Forty" writer : SAMSNEAD
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One involved in bowling balls : CRICKETER
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Husband of Gudrun : ATLI
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Lee ___ (transmission repair chain) : MYLES
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Icy treat : SNOCONE
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Skittles : NINEPINS
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Easily taught : APT
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Bit of motivational speech : RAH
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Some "Space Patrol" characters, for short : ETS
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Hooked on : INTO
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Pitch : HURL
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Guinness's "most fearless animal" : HONEYBADGER
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Society of Jesus founder ___ López de Loyola : INIGO
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Last words of Kipling's "If" : MYSON
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Alternative for now : NEVER
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Old Dubble Bubble maker : FLEER
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It's not played with sticks : BONGO
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Alexandria is in it : NILEDELTA
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Its page numbers are often Roman numerals : FOREWORD
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Airplane seat features : LEGRESTS
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Studied some, with "in" : MINORED
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Corner : TRAP
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Small matter? : ATOM
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H. Rider Haggard heroine : AYESHA
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Hardly pores over : SKIMS
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U.S. facility in Cuba, for short : GITMO
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Made smooth : EASED
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First name in 1970s tennis : ILIE
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Gnarly : RAD
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Janeane's co-star in "The Truth About Cats & Dogs" : UMA
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Back-to-sch. time : MON

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

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