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New York Times, Thursday, August 30, 2012

___ Diggory, young wizard in the Harry Potter books

Author:
Stu Ockman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 16, Columns: 14 Words: 70, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQWX} Grid has repeated answers This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Ockman.
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© 2012, The New York Times8/30/12 ( No. 22,941 )
Across
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Vigorously pursuing something : ATIT
5
Huggers : ARMS
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Parisian pig : PORC
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Vein glory? : LODE
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Bilgewater : TOSH
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Profess : AVER
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Popular kind of 31- and 37-Across : FREERANGE
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Das ___ Testament : NEUE
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Christmas in Italia : NATALE
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Excavation locale of an ancient Egyptian capital : AMARNA
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French composer Saint-Saëns : CAMILLE
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"Look at the facts!" : FACEIT
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First of its kind? : ADAM
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"Marvy!" : NEATO
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Droughty : BONEDRY
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Real stunner? : PHASER
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With 37-Across, dairy aisle purchase : OOOOOO
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Tee sign abbr. : YDS
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Traffic caution : SLO
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See 31-Across : OOOOOO
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Gold diggers : MINERS
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He goes to town in a 1936 movie : MRDEEDS
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Draw ___ on : ABEAD
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1997 title role for Peter Fonda : ULEE
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___ Diggory, young wizard in the Harry Potter books : CEDRIC
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It's more than the sum of its parts : GESTALT
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Currency pegged to euros : KRONER
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It may be hard to prove in court : INTENT
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Muddlement : DAZE
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Holder of 31- and 37-Across : EGGCARTON
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Pair in a dead man's hand : ACES
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Feeling of gloom : PALL
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"Je vous en ___" : PRIE
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Predilection : BENT
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Dick Cheney and George W. Bush, for two : ELIS
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Actor George of "CSI" : EADS
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Big-nosed character of 1980s TV : ALF
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Home wrecker : TORNADO
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Visionary : IDEAMAN
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Start of a round : TEETIME
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Even a tiny bit : ATALL
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Actress Blakley of "Nashville" : RONEE
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Rangers' home in N.Y.C. : MSG
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Stack of papers : SHEAF
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Cure-all : PANACEA
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One way to prepare 31- and 37-Across : OVEREASY
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Together again : REUNITED
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They make things up : CREATORS
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"Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-___" (Irish lullaby) : RAL
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What a young buck might want to prove : MANHOOD
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Object of some whistles : CAB
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Desperate : DOORDIE
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Short marsupials? : ROOS
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"___-hoo!" : YOO
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Less than fair : POOR
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Pah lead-in : OOM
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Precisely : SMACKDAB
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Longtime Las Vegas entertainer : LIBERACE
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Number of 31- and 37-Across in a 55-Across : ONEDOZEN
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Wholehearted : EARNEST
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One of the Muses : EUTERPE
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South Korean model : ELANTRA
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Arm raiser : DELTOID
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___ for life : SET
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Brunch item : CREPE
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Tenor Beniamino ___ : GIGLI
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S.A.S.E.'s, e.g. : ENCLS
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Stop: Abbr. : STA
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Partner to do-si-do with : GAL
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Wii forerunner : NES

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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