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New York Times, Thursday, July 8, 2010

Like each answer in this puzzle - also each word in each clue - in length

Author:
John Farmer
Editor:
Will Shortz
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John Farmer

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 62, Blocks: 41 Missing: {KQX} Minimum word length: 4 Featured in Will Shortz's favorite puzzles This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Farmer. NYT links: Across Lite
Jim Horne notes:

This puzzle is the antimatter counterpart of this ODD puzzle by David J. W. Simpson a few months earlier.

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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 0708 ( 22,157 )
Across
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Athletic shoe manufacturer : ADIDAS
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Some camcorders : RCAS
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Arabic characters : NUMERALS
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Sister city of El Paso : JUAREZ
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Bygone Chrysler : IMPERIAL
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Straight : UNBENT
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Asti ___ : SPUMANTE
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Desserts in Rome : GELATI
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"... kissed thee ___ killed thee": Shak. : EREI
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Umps : REFS
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Greenpeace subj. : ECOL
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"Georgy Girl" star Lynn : REDGRAVE
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Spot to moor : COVE
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"Jane Eyre" et al. : NOVELS
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Summer drinks : ADES
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Diminutive tree : BONSAI
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"Who's Next?" singer/songwriter/satirist : LEHRER
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Venice Film Festival locale : LIDO
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Rhythm band instrument : MARACA
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Deal breakers, on occasion : EGOS
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Laboratory sessions : TESTINGS
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Aforementioned : SAME
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Relative of Thos. or Wm. : DANL
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Noteworthy name in lens care : RENU
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Gyro inventor : SPERRY
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Suffer from high humidity, e.g. : FEELWARM
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Choice : OPTION
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Professional filmgoer : REVIEWER
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Remove skin from, as whales : FLENSE
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Neon sign on many diners : OPENLATE
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Pieces of work? : ERGS
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Fitted together : NESTED
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Tropical avians : ANIS
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Construction site conveyance : DUMPER
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Contaminated : IMPURE
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Judged : DEEMED
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Forces to answer an indictment : ARRAIGNS
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Bygone pitching star Johnny : SAIN
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Viking letter : RUNE
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Transportation on tracks : CABLECAR
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Prefix with triple digits : AREACODE
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Dispatched (to) : SENTOVER
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Venice premiere of 1853 : LATRAVIATA
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Jacket part : SLEEVE
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Liquor containers : JUGS
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Scrabble 10-pointers : ZTILES
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Gave in to exhaustion : FELLASLEEP
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Wander : ROAM
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Church offshoot : SECT
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Rudy Giuliani turf : BIGAPPLE
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Dash instrument : ODOMETER
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Punk facial decoration : NOSERING
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Forehead border : HAIRLINE
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Thinks ___ (disesteems) : LESSOF
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Brad of "Sleepers" : RENFRO
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Uprights on staircases : NEWELS
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Really bother : GNAWAT
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Employer of Clouseau : SURETE
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Newton fraction : DYNE
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"ER" doctor : ROSS
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Like each answer in this puzzle - also each word in each clue - in length : EVEN
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TV palomino : MRED

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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