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New York Times, Friday, July 8, 2011

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

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FQVX} This is puzzle # 148 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0708 ( 22,522 )
Across
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Like some nationalism : PANARAB
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Fruit-filled snack : JAMTART
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30°, for 0.5 : ARCSINE
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Hoards : AMASSES
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Crystal-rubbing type : NEWAGER
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Gets by : MAKESDO
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The great Gatsby : JAY
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Tall bloomer with candelabra-shaped branches : SAGUARO
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One of two opposing forces : YIN
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A.M.A. member?: Abbr. : AMER
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Fix, as a bowline : RETIE
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What some performers lip-sync in : DRAG
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Shower scenes? : BATHS
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Córdoba's land: Abbr. : NIC
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"The Pearl Fishers" soprano : LEILA
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Droid's rival : IPHONE
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School paper a student shouldn't write himself : LATEPASS
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They deliver : MOMS
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One taking a pounding : NAIL
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Footballer who co-starred in "The Dirty Dozen" : JIMBROWN
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Winter fishing aid : ICESAW
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Has left the office, e.g. : ISOUT
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Prefix with sensitive : ECO
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Breakout company : ATARI
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Telecom hookups : LANS
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Flock members : LAICS
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Frugivorous creatures of sci-fi : ELOI
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Knight who hosts a country music radio show : LIA
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Soprano Josephine : BARSTOW
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Plus exercise : SUM
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They're often flashed : IDCARDS
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Amontillado's darker relative : OLOROSO
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Cutting down : ONADIET
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Barely touched, as a meal : POKEDAT
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Plus or minus : NONZERO
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Commensurate : INSCALE
Down
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Most-spoken language in Pakistan : PANJABI
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Hostel handout : AREAMAP
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"Mowing" painter, 1907 : NCWYETH
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"___ precaution ..." : ASA
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Hard-to-park vehicles : RIGS
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Close, once : ANEAR
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Norway's second-largest city : BERGEN
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Many a dreaded native? : JAMAICAN
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To love, Italian-style : AMARE
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"Shortfin" or "longfin" fish : MAKO
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24th Russian letter : TSE
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Old Fertile Crescent land : ASSYRIA
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Tries to get through anew : REDIALS
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Whom Kerry succeeded in the U.S. Senate : TSONGAS
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Sewage co., e.g. : UTIL
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Yellow feature of Brazil's flag : RHOMBUS
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Drain : DEPLETE
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Bull's sound : SNORT
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Big name in lenses : LEICA
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Alternative style to goth : EMO
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___ sabaki (martial arts movement) : TAI
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Certifies : SWEARSTO
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Imaginary number? : JILLION
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Emphatic refusal : ISAIDNO
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Dweller around Port Hercules : MONACAN
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Show with a "Los Angeles" spinoff : NCIS
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Stain-removing stuff : SALSODA
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Kinsey Institute subject : AROUSAL
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Modern-day video game controller : WIIMOTE
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Ink jet producers? : OCTOPI
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Dockworker : LADER
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One of the Seven Sages of Greece : SOLON
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Cracker topper : BRIE
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Vessels seen over fires : WOKS
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Shop dresser : ADZ
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Abbr. next to a blinking light on a camcorder : REC

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

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