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New York Times, Saturday, August 25, 2007

Author:
Myles Callum
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Myles Callum

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JPQVXZ} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Callum. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0825 ( 21,109 )
Across
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"That may be true, but ..." : THETHINGIS
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"... there are evils ___ to darken all his goodness": Shak. : ENOW
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Visit : SOCIALCALL
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___ Lemaris, early love of Superman : LORI
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When a procrastinator tends to something : ANOTHERDAY
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Exultant cry : IWON
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Advance further? : RELOAN
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Comic Boosler : ELAYNE
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Place of refuse : SEWER
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Tons of fun : AHOOT
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It's built for a trial : CASE
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Shot putters' supplies? : SERUMS
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Player of June in "Henry & June" : UMA
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Title locale of five 1980s films: Abbr. : ELMST
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Russian peasant wear : BABUSHKAS
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Chic : ALAMODE
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No-nonsense cry : IMEANIT
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King's second : SALEMSLOT
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Diamond, e.g. : STONE
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Like petty offs. : ENL
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She had brief roles as Phyllis on "Rhoda" and Rhoda on "Dr. Kildare" : CLORIS
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Prize cup, maybe : EWER
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Jazz pianist who played with Satchmo : FATHA
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Address south of the border : SENOR
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They're thick : IDIOTS
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Feast : REGALE
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Ones going head to head : RAMS
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Magazine that hands out annual Independent Press Awards : UTNEREADER
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Part of a rebel name : ELEE
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Little redhead : RAGGEDYANN
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"Buona ___!" : SERA
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Puppet glue-ons : GOOGLYEYES
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Alexis, e.g. : TSAR
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Improve : HONE
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Green's concern: Abbr. : ECOL
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Italian tenor ___ Schipa : TITO
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Routine responses? : HAHAS
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Soap actress Kristen and others : ILENES
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Money machine mfr. : NCR
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Knock around : GAD
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Pier grp. : ILA
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Roy Rogers's surname at birth : SLYE
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Son of Elam whose name means "God the Lord" : ELIAH
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Response to "I had no idea!" : NOWYOUKNOW
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Northeastern city named for a Penobscot chief : ORONOMAINE
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One concerned with the nose : WINETASTER
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Some of those who "hail the new" in "Deck the Halls" : LASSES
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Arrow of Light earner's program : WEBELOS
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Nostalgia elicitor : ERA
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Cry "nyah, nyah!" : RUBITIN
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Engagement breakers? : CEASEFIRES
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Outlaw band member : ALLANADALE
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Insignificant sort : SMALLTIMER
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Saki story whose title character is a hyena : ESME
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Clammed up : MUM
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Felix, e.g. : TOMCAT
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Bête noire : HATE
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Modern provider of fast service, briefly : DSL
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Nugget holder : ORE
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Light reddish-brown : SORREL
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God commanded him to marry a harlot : HOSEA
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Like some instruments : REEDY
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Like some instruments: Abbr. : SURG
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"What's Going On" singer, 1971 : GAYE
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What you may call it when you're wiped out : ADAY
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New Wave singer Lovich : LENE
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Shore scavengers : ERNS
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Governing creative principle : TAO
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Vietnam's ___ Dinh Diem : NGO
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It's most useful when cracked : EGG

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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