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A.A. MEETINGS

New York Times, Sunday, July 22, 2012

"___ like a Maelstrom, with a notch" (Emily Dickinson poem)

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brendan Emmett Quigley

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 157 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2012, The New York Times7/22/12 ( No. 22,902 )
Across
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During which : WHILST
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Chooses : OPTSFOR
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Unlike terra incognita, say : MAPPED
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Olive oil alternative : CANOLA
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Sexual drive : THEURGE
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"Me! Me!" : IDOIDO
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Like the winner of the Miss Influenza pageant? : SICKANDTIARAED
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"Blast!" : DARNIT
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Tiki bar order : MAITAI
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Dons for the first time : TRIESON
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Indulged in some capers? : ATE
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Hovering falcon : KESTREL
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Some cake slices : EIGHTHS
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"I can see Mexico's southernmost state from this ship!"? : CHIAPASAHOY
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Tapas bar order : SANGRIA
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Quixote's pal : PANZA
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Art philanthropist Broad : ELI
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Lend for a short while : SPOT
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Day during the dog days : HOTONE
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When some coffee breaks begin : ATTEN
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Bring in, as a big client : LAND
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Like one who has gone green? : ILL
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Rate setter, informally : THEFED
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Scoundrel : RAT
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Place to get a learner's permit, for short : DMV
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Fall guys : GOATS
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Some Kellogg grads : MBAS
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Literally, "fire bowl" : HIBACHI
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Stand sales : ADES
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___ dish : SOAP
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Before, to a poet : ERE
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Article in Hoy : UNA
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With 41-Down, Ford part : HAN
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Like the Battle of Trafalgar : NAVAL
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Kick oneself over : RUE
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Kabayaki base : EEL
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Entertainer with a Mandinka warrior haircut : MRT
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French verb with a circumflex : ETRE
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Pro accompanier? : RATA
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Guts : INNARDS
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Danish Nobelist : BOHR
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Cousin to "Roger that" : WILCO
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Target of thieves who do card skimming : ATM
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Some trailers : ADS
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Vanidades magazine reader : LATINA
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Words before and after "what" : IAM
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They vote first : YEAS
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"Look who's back!" : ITSME
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Brings out : EDUCES
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"___ like a Maelstrom, with a notch" (Emily Dickinson poem) : TWAS
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Old Polly Holliday sitcom : FLO
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Company with the slogan "At the heart of the image" : NIKON
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Is mannerly : BEHAVES
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Funding for a Spanish seafood dish? : PAELLAGRANT
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Lucidness : CLARITY
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"Babette's Feast" author : DINESEN
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Gas pump abbr. : REG
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North by northwest, e.g. : HEADING
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For years on end : INAGES
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Game whose lowest card is the 7 : ECARTE
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Far Easterners signed to a St. Louis ball team? : CARDINALASIANS
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Bleach : WHITEN
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Top to bottom, say : ANTONYM
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Lick but good : LARRUP
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Philosopher forced by Nero to commit suicide : SENECA
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Kids' summer activity center : DAYCAMP
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Like mushroom heads : SPONGY
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Wee rooms, for short? : WCS
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Onetime teen idol Corey : HAIM
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Their empire was the Land of the Four Quarters : INCA
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"The Avengers" villain : LOKI
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Furniture piece : SLAT
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Tomoyuki ___, creator of Godzilla : TANAKA
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Mel who was portrayed in "Field of Dreams" : OTT
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N.L. East team, on scoreboards : PHI
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Venice's La Fenice, for one : TEATRO
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Fringed carriages : SURREYS
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Easily injured : FRAIL
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Double curve : OGEE
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Some M&M's : REDS
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Steam bath enjoyed just before bedtime? : MIDNIGHTSAUNA
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Nabokov novel : ADA
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___ ejemplo : POR
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Dos Equis-filled item at a birthday party? : PINATAOFBEER
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Poet Sitwell : EDITH
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Is grandmotherly, in a way : DOTES
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Pump choice : DIESEL
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Wine: Prefix : OEN
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McDonald's offering since 1985 : SALAD
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Dashiell Hammett's last novel, with "The" : THINMAN
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"Rhoda" co-star David : GROH
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"___ where it hurts" : HITEM
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Estate-planning pro : CPA
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Place for a band : HAT
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Gridiron stat. : INT
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Hyundai model : AZERA
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Style : PANACHE
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See 71-Across : SOLO
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World ___ : ATLAS
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Pork-on-a-stick? : PIGSATAY
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Came close to : NEARED
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Line in the 1950s : EDSELS
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Scent coming from a Netflix envelope? : DVDAROMA
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Answer to "Did you see which Greek goddess walked by?"? : THATWASATHENA
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Doughnuts, mathematically : TORI
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Kind of pie : HUMBLE
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Foray : INROAD
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Filthy kid's laconic question? : BATHTUBAGAIN
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Calvary initials : INRI
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Actress ___ Marie Saint : EVA
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Like some Facebook friend requests : PENDING
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Visa charge : LATEFEE
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1% group : ELITE
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Moving : ASTIR
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Baby food preparation device : RICER
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Ravens' cries : CAWS
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Store keepers? : MALLS
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Soda with a Blue Cream flavor : NEHI
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Sun, on the Riviera : SOLEIL
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Jamaican music : SKA
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Jamaican fellow : MON
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Adenoidectomy specialist, for short : ENT
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P.R. pro : SPINDOC
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Eustacia ___, "The Return of the Native" woman : VYE
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Chest pain : ANGINA
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Historical records : ANNALS
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Rappers' posses : CREWS
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Café additive : LECHE
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Like some tricks : DIRTY
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Many a prep sch. : ACAD
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Funny Carvey : DANA
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"This is a priority!" : ASAP
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Copter's forerunner : GIRO
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Make : EARN
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Tight : SNUG
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A U.P.S. driver may have one: Abbr. : RTE
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Private eye : TEC
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N.L. East team, on scoreboards : NYM
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Stage item : AMP
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Dangerous job : SPY

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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