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New York Times, Friday, July 22, 2016

Author:
Martin Ashwood-Smith and George Barany
Editor:
Will Shortz
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866/5/19913/29/201910
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1.520017
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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101/22/200611/11/201710
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2010322
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1.55120
George Barany

This puzzle:

Rows: 16, Columns: 15 Words: 73, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 7, (1 quad stack) This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Barany. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Constructor notes:
We are delighted with the publication of our second collaborative quad stack crossword for the New York Times [two others have ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Quad-stack featuring some great central entries. AMASSED A FORTUNE seems more neutral to me than an asset, but wow, HURRCANE SEASON, ... read more
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© 2016, The New York TimesNo. 0722 ( 24,363 )

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Across
1
Sharp projections : JAGS
5
What a capt. may aspire to be : ADM
8
Service provider : PASTOR
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Much-photographed mausoleum site : AGRA
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1978 Grammy nominee Chris : REA
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Be faithful (to) : ADHERE
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Blotchy, in a way : PIED
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Blotchy, in a way : INKSTAINED
20
Mimicking : ALA
21
"Enfantines" composer : SATIE
22
"Join the club" : METOO
23
Lifesaver, at times : NET
24
Book and film title character surnamed Gatzoyiannis : ELENI
25
Flame proof? : ASH
26
Fancy wrap : BOA
28
Measure of econ. health : GNP
30
Gear protector : OIL
33
Got rich : AMASSEDAFORTUNE
39
Depression era? : HURRICANESEASON
40
One with a smaller Indian relative : AFRICANELEPHANT
41
Hurtful pair in a playground rhyme : STICKSANDSTONES
42
Show celerity : HIE
43
Flop's opposite : HIT
44
Mil. roadside hazard : IED
45
78 letters : RPM
48
Dixieland sound : DRAWL
51
"10-4" : YEP
54
Cole Porter topic : PAREE
56
"To Helen" writer, in footnotes : EAPOE
57
Feedable thing : EGO
58
Abstract Expressionist who married Jackson Pollock : LEEKRASNER
60
Cannery row? : JARS
61
Iris feature : AREOLA
62
He's unrefined : CAD
63
They're unrefined : ORES
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Brokerage come-on : NOFEES
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Suffix with green : ERY
66
Big name in Renaissance patronage : ESTE
Down
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Follower of a diet system : JAPAN
2
Twinkle-toed : AGILE
3
Only living thing that can be seen from outer space : GREATBARRIERREEF
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Blue : SAD
5
Alternative to Geneva : ARIAL
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Al ___ : DENTE
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Appearing with fanfare : MAKINGANENTRANCE
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Back stroke? : PAT
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"Battlestar Galactica" role : ADAMA
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Starts suddenly : SHIES
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What "Banzai!" literally means : TENTHOUSANDYEARS
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Food brand since 1912 : OREO
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Fresh styling : REDO
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Who called a date "a job interview that lasts all night" : SEINFELD
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Green around the gills, maybe : SEASICK
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Shakespearean duel overseer : OSRIC
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They're often struck in studios : POSES
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Combined : INONE
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Temporary quitting times? : LENTS
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Make ___ of (botch) : AHASH
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Civvies : MUFTI
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What Google Wallet uses : ECASH
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Eternal water-pourers in Hades : DANAIDES
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Chameleon, e.g. : REPTILE
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Literally, "big water" : TAHOE
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What some caddies hold : PEKOE
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___ Norman (cosmetics franchise) : MERLE
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21-Across's "Three Pieces in the Shape of ___" : APEAR
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Circumlocutory : WORDY
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Target of the plume trade : EGRET
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Western union? : POSSE
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War room development : PLAN
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Wind-cheating : AERO
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Some camera cells : AAS
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___ College : JOE

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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