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New York Times, Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Author:
Josh Knapp
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Knapp. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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Across
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Gossip : DISH
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David Bowie's rock genre, informally : GLAM
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Old Indian ruler : RAJAH
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Fit : ABLE
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Excellent, in modern slang : DOPE
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African virus : EBOLA
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Samuel Adams or Corona : BEER
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Magazine for arithmetic lovers? : PLUSWEEKLY
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Momentum, informally : STEAM
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[as written] : SIC
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Want ad letters : EOE
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Bizarre demand to a dry cleaner? : PLEATMYSHORTS
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City served by Indira Gandhi International Airport : NEWDELHI
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Sexy : HOT
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Flamenco cry : OLE
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Took part in a bee, British-style : SPELT
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Arizona tribe : HOPI
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Zales or Tiffany's? : PLACEOFDIAMONDS
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Middling noble rank : EARL
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Early Westinghouse collaborator : TESLA
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Silent ___ (Coolidge nickname) : CAL
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"That feels goo-oo-ood!" : AAH
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Oscar-winning director of "The Departed," 2006 : SCORSESE
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Overfish? : PLUNDERTHESEA
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"Luke, ___ your father" : IAM
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Center of gravity? : VEE
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Philosopher who was the father of dialectical idealism : HEGEL
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Light shower? : PLACIDRAIN
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Flowing hair : MANE
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Chair designer Charles : EAMES
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High coif : UPDO
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Record for later, in a way : TIVO
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Ones before whom pearls are cast : SWINE
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Hornets' home : NEST
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Deep black gem : ONYX
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Applies with a Q-Tip, say : DABS
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"Yeah, sure ..." : IBET
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Retirement attire : SLEEPWEAR
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Usher in with fanfare : HERALD
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Important econ. indicator : GDP
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"U crack me up!" : LOL
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"Thank you, come again" speaker, on "The Simpsons" : APU
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Like drawn-out divorces : MESSY
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Bounce around a canyon, say : REECHO
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Lincoln moniker : ABE
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Card #53 or #54 : JOKER
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Dole out : ALLOT
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First president to have a telephone in the White House : HAYES
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Genie's offering : WISH
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Reagan attorney general Ed : MEESE
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Chow chow chow brand : ALPO
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Grand ___ Auto : THEFT
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Least spicy : MILDEST
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Emperor of A.D. 69 : OTHO
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"Uh-uh" : NOPE
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"___ Enchanted" (2004 film) : ELLA
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N.Y.U.'s ___ School of the Arts : TISCH
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"I repeat ..." : ONCEAGAIN
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Droids, e.g., for short : PDAS
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Aruba or Bora Bora : ISLE
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Extended family : CLAN
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Ingredient in some suntan lotions : ALOE
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Waterlogged locale : MARSH
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Counsel : ADVISE
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Take counsel from : HEED
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"It would ___ me ..." : SEEMTO
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Singing ability, informally : PIPES
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1980s-'90s courtroom drama : LALAW
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Taste that's not sweet, sour, bitter or salty : UMAMI
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Many a summer show : RERUN
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Green-eyed monster : ENVY
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Pope who excommunicated Martin Luther : LEOX
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100 years: Abbr. : CEN
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Jungle swinger : APE
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Checks the age of, in a way : IDS
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"Only kidding!" : NOT

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle.

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