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New York Times, Friday, August 26, 2016

Social app with the slogan "the world's catalog of ideas"

Author:
Andrew Kingsley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Andrew Kingsley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Kingsley.
Andrew Kingsley notes:
I was worried when I began this puzzle that the SUPERFOOD fad was just that: a fad. Fortunately, we can't seem to get enough of ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Andrew does a nice job of using his longer and mid-length entries. In particular, so many good 7-letter ones: TED TALK, STOOGES, HAT ... read more
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© 2016, The New York Times8/26/16 ( No. 24,398 )
Across
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Social app with the slogan "the world's catalog of ideas" : PINTEREST
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City with the world's largest clock face : MECCA
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Hypnotized : INATRANCE
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Joan of Arc quality : VALOR
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Kale or quinoa, it's said : SUPERFOOD
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Phone charger feature : PRONG
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Father of Fear, in myth : ARES
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Many sisters : AUNTS
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This, in Taxco : ESTO
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A crane might hover over one : NEST
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"Good thinking!" : NEATIDEA
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Active ingredient in marijuana, for short : THC
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City in central Israel : LOD
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Through : VIA
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Place for bowlers : HATTREE
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Ornamental garden installation : KOIPOND
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Quick tennis match : ONESET
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Part of a devil costume : GOATEE
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Fuming : STEAMED
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"You don't want to miss it!" : BETHERE
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Bit of bronze : TIN
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Statue outside Boston's TD Garden : ORR
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Lunk : ASS
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Watering holes : TAPROOMS
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Eye-opening problem? : STYE
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First name in gossip : RONA
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Knee jerk, perhaps : SPASM
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Political accusation : LIAR
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Bill Clinton or George W. Bush, informally : EXGOV
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Only highest-grossing film of the year that lost money : CLEOPATRA
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Stocking stuff : LISLE
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Spots that might smear : ATTACKADS
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Pirouetting, perhaps : ONTOE
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Bought or sold, e.g. : PASTTENSE
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Fibonacci, notably : PISAN
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Temper : INURE
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Pickup points : NAPES
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Statistician's tool : TTEST
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Say irregardless? : ERR
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Nickname for a two-time Wimbledon winner : RAFA
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State : ENOUNCE
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Variety of quick bread : SCONE
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Multimedia think piece : TEDTALK
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Stephen Curry was one in '15 and '16 : MVP
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Like some seals : EARED
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Feature of the 1876 or 2000 presidential election : CLOSEVOTE
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Cup or bowl, but not a plate : CONTAINER
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2012 thriller with John Goodman and Alan Arkin : ARGO
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Straight men : STOOGES
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Boobs : IDIOTS
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4.0, maybe : TREMOR
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They're straight : HETEROS
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Chick's tail? : ADEE
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Party person : HOST
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Bacteriologist's discovery : ANTITOXIN
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What emo songs may convey : TEENANGST
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Org. doing pat-downs : TSA
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"Tommyrot!" : PAH
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Large letter in a manuscript : DROPCAP
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Hare-hunting hounds : BASSETS
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Painter Veronese : PAOLO
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European country whose flag features a George Cross : MALTA
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Relieve, in a way : SLAKE
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Child of Uranus : TITAN
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Passing concern? : YARDS
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Off : ERASE
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Informal move : RELO
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It's water under the bridge : MOAT
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Successful campaign sign : VEE
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Cut of the pie chart: Abbr. : PCT

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

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