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New York Times, Monday, July 27, 2009

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Allan E. Parrish

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JVY} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2009, The New York TimesNo. 0727 ( 21,811 )

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Across
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Bogged down : MIRED
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Sword handles : HAFTS
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___-Magnon man : CRO
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High-speed train from Boston to Washington : ACELA
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Stand in a queue for, say : AWAIT
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Drink with Grabbin' Grape and Smashin' Wild Berry flavors : HIC
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College professor's mantra : PUBLISHORPERISH
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Splenda rival : EQUAL
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Short-sheeting a bed, TP'ing a house, etc. : PRANKS
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2K race, e.g. : FUNRUN
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Bloodhound's trail : SCENT
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Yoko of "Double Fantasy" : ONO
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Uganda's ___ Amin : IDI
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As, chemically : ARSENIC
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G.P.S. offering: Abbr. : RTE
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Highway entrances and exits, typically : RAMPS
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"First, ___ harm" (medical axiom) : DONO
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Highly collectible illustrator : MAXFIELDPARRISH
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Kuwaiti chief : EMIR
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___ orange : OSAGE
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The upper Midwest's ___ Canals : SOO
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Hits the hay : RETIRES
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Stimpy's cartoon pal : REN
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Ernie of golf fame : ELS
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Penny vis-à-vis a dime : TENTH
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Gird oneself : GETSET
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Finisher of pottery or cakes : GLAZER
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___ note (dictionary bit) : USAGE
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Lafayette or Orleans : LOUISIANAPARISH
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Bed-and-breakfast : INN
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Dazzling effect : ECLAT
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Dull, in poetry : DREAR
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"Wanna ___?" : BET
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What light bulbs and bootblacks do : SHINE
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English nobles : EARLS
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Atlas page : MAP
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Critical hosp. area : ICU
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Yank's foe in the Civil War : REB
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Aunt from "Oklahoma!" : ELLER
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Rum and lime juice drink : DAIQUIRI
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LOL, out loud : HAHA
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Mil. truants : AWOLS
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Distant : FAR
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One leaving cash on the table? : TIPPER
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Backs of boats : STERNS
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It might be cut by an uppercut : CHIN
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Jeopardy : RISK
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Adolph who was chief of The New York Times from 1896 to 1935 : OCHS
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Dairy Queen order : SUNDAE
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Deemed not suitable for kids : RATEDR
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Previous : FORMER
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Wild : UNTAME
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1944 Jean-Paul Sartre play : NOEXIT
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One of the Wise Men : CASPAR
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"Please help me with directions" : IMLOST
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Boom, zoom and vroom : NOISES
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Cushiony part of a shoe : INSOLE
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Matt Lauer or Meredith Vieira for "Today" : COHOST
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They have precincts: Abbr. : PDS
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Nancy's 56-Down in the comics : FRITZI
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Feature of a May-December romance : AGEGAP
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Deserter : RENEGADE
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___ Peanut Butter Cups : REESES
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Fortify with vitamins, e.g. : ENRICH
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Style of Chinese cuisine : HUNAN
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___ incognita : TERRA
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Fast-talking : GLIB
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Unaccompanied : LONE
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See 39-Down : AUNT
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Completely fill : SATE
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Rope-a-dope boxer : ALI
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Suffix with cash : IER
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"My gal" of song : SAL
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60-min. periods : HRS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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