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New York Times, Saturday, August 18, 2012

Author:
Dana Motley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Dana Motley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 30 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2012, The New York TimesNo. 0818 ( 22,929 )
Across
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Contemporary of Columbus : CABOT
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Stats for DVDs : RPMS
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Homey : DAWG
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Actress De La Garza of "Law & Order" : ALANA
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Latin word that's an anagram of 62-Across : ERAT
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Stone for a Libra, traditionally : OPAL
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One barely riding? : LADYGODIVA
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Put out : RILE
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Choice for a huge movie fan? : IMAX
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20- and 60-Across, e.g. : NAMEBRANDS
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Peacockery displayer : FOP
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TravelMate notebook maker : ACER
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Food items once called Froffles : EGGOS
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Pattern seen on a diamond : PINSTRIPES
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Delay : HOLDUP
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Evidence of bodily harm : SCAB
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Lillie with a Tony : BEA
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Leader in music : MAESTRO
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Some markets : KROGERS
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Lets pass : OKS
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All the best? : TENS
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Husky alternatives : AKITAS
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None for the money, two for the show? : FREEPASSES
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Davis of "Bubba Ho-Tep," 2002 : OSSIE
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Sonoma County winery : SIMI
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First name among exotica singers : YMA
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White alternative : WHOLEWHEAT
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Heart-piercing figure : EROS
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Vulgarian : LOUT
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Summer wear for women : HALTERTOPS
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"Plaid" and "spunk" derive from it : ERSE
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___ Blizzard (Dairy Queen offering) : OREO
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Nonplussed : ATSEA
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Be dashing : TEAR
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Keyboardist Saunders : MERL
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Sordid : MESSY
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Rialto setting: Abbr. : CALIF
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Crockett Hotel's neighbor : ALAMO
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Malcontents : BADAPPLES
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Stone for a Cancer, traditionally : ONYX
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Put out, in a way : TAG
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Ready for publication : REDACT
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They cover the basics : PRIMERS
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Sarah Palin, self-descriptively : MAVERICK
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Shot : STAB
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Wear banned in many schools : DORAGS
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Impressionistic work? : APING
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One hard to find : WALDO
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Cagney player on TV : GLESS
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Boozing it up : ONASPREE
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Alternatives to Filas : REEBOKS
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Some bracelets : IDS
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Almond, for one : NUTTREE
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What a host holds : PARASITE
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Grp. operating within a network : HMO
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Rendering on Connecticut's state quarter : OAK
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A 1952 3-cent stamp honored her 200th birthday : BETSYROSS
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Long reign, say : ERA
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Numbskull : ASS
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Minimal market purchase : ONESHARE
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Grant, in Glasgow : GIE
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Pitching ace? : SPIELER
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Tap add-on : FILTER
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Powerful explosive : AMATOL
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Youngster with disproportionately large eyes : OWLET
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Popular vacation spot, with "the" : SHORE
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"The Liberty Bell" composer : SOUSA
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Looks down : MOPES
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Try to find out what's inside : ASSAY
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"___ the gods would destroy ..." : WHOM
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Novel addendum? : ETTE
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Butt : RAM

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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