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New York Times, Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Like gas tanks and many prescriptions, again and again

Author:
Joel Fagliano
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Fagliano. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Joel Fagliano notes:
This puzzle started out as a Sunday with a related but different theme. The theme answers were going to be things like CAVEMAN ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Fun puzzle from prolific constructor and Will's new assistant, Joel. Today's theme uses crossing answers that mean one thing when put ... read more
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© 2014, The New York Times7/22/14 ( No. 23,632 )
Across
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Knee-ankle connector : TIBIA
6
With 8-Down, lime shade : LIGHT
11
Texter's "Holy cow!" : OMG
14
"Sorry, already have plans" : ICANT
15
Screenwriter Sorkin : AARON
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With 12-Down, not natural : MAN
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Harmonize : SYNCH
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Refine, as ore : SMELT
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Nabokov's longest novel : ADA
20
One in service to the queen? : DRONEBEE
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Rapper's posse : CREW
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Bottom-of-the-ninth pitcher : CLOSER
24
Like Michelangelo's "David" : NUDE
26
Ponder, with "on" : CHEW
27
Philadelphia summer hrs. : EDT
29
"Survivor" host Jeff : PROBST
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With 23-Down, deli product : HEAD
34
Was incredibly embarrassed, in slang : DIED
36
Be of ___ : USETO
37
20-volume ref. : OED
38
With 38-Down, place to drop a coin : WISHING
40
With 31-Down, jazz legend : ARM
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Rhone tributary : ISERE
43
Michael of "Arrested Development" : CERA
44
Ancient Greek colonnade : STOA
45
Try to improve a Yahtzee turn : REROLL
47
LAX listing : ETD
48
Items in pocket protectors : PENS
49
Oodles : ALOT
51
Making a bundle : BALING
53
Get-rich-quick offer, typically : SCAM
56
Like gas tanks and many prescriptions, again and again : REFILLED
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With 54-Down, waffle alternative : PAN
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With 57-Down, part of a morning routine : BREAK
60
Unpopular baby name : ADOLF
63
___ out a living : EKE
64
Dentist's directive : RINSE
65
Lawn tool : MOWER
66
Drops on the ground? : DEW
67
Takes a breather : RESTS
68
Bug : ANNOY
Down
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"My country" follower : TIS
2
Standoffish : ICY
3
Count Basie, e.g. : BANDLEADER
4
Exclusive group : INCROWD
5
One of the Three Musketeers : ATHOS
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Bygone video format : LASERDISC
7
Foot used to keep rhythm? : IAMB
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With 6-Across, approve : GREEN
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Go into hiding : HOLEUP
10
"Falling Skies" airer : TNT
11
Sharif of "Doctor Zhivago" : OMAR
12
With 16-Across, mob inductee : MADE
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Act like a beaver : GNAW
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"___ say more?" : NEEDI
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Board hirees : CEOS
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With 33-Across, fan of the N.F.L.'s Packers : CHEESE
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Narcotize : DRUG
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It often functions with the help of an organ : CHOIR
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Little laugh : TEHEE
30
Demoralized : BEATENDOWN
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With 40-Across, coerce : STRONG
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Spanish inquisitor ___ de Torquemada : TOMAS
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Off-road two-wheelers : DIRTBIKES
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With 38-Across, desiring happiness for someone : WELL
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Winner of the most French Open singles titles : NADAL
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Drift : ROAM
44
Watched through binoculars, say : SPIEDON
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Moore who wrote "Birds of America" : LORRIE
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Many Snapchat users : TEENS
52
Fleeced beast : LLAMA
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Hightailed it : SPED
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With 58-Across, bakery container : CAKE
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Over again : ANEW
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With 59-Across, basketball tactic : FAST
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"It's so-o-o cold!" : BRR
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Fierce, loyal sort, it's said : LEO
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Cook, as bacon : FRY

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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