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New York Times, Saturday, August 30, 2014

Author:
David Steinberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
62-Across : Cash in a country bar
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David Steinberg

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Grid has supersymmetry. This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Steinberg. Saturday freshness: 87%
David Steinberg notes:
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© 2014, The New York Times8/30/14 ( No. 23,671 )
Across
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___ Street, London's onetime equivalent to New York's Wall Street : LOMBARD
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Lurid nightspot : GOGOBAR
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Synthetic purplish colorant : AZOBLUE
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Took too many courses? : OVERATE
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Vicks product : ZZZQUIL
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Rap type : GANGSTA
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Assn. with a "100 Years ... 100 Movies" list : AFI
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Bygone Acura : INTEGRA
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Non-Roman Caesar : SID
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Have a dependency : RELY
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"Would you look at that!" : GOLLY
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Musical title character who "made us feel alive again" : MAME
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What the Sup. Court interprets : USLAW
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"___ in '56" (old campaign button) : IKE
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Plantation machine : BALER
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Hid : STASHED
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Sybill Trelawney, in the Harry Potter books : SEERESS
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Gorp, e.g. : MIX
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Like some projects, for short : DIY
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Mesh with : FITINTO
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Piece of trash? : JUNKART
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Slightly ahead : UPONE
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"___ man can tether time or tide": Burns : NAE
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Tim Tebow, in college football : GATOR
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"Sweet" girl of song : JANE
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Ones with issues? : PAPAS
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Person holding many positions : YOGI
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Ox- tail? : IDE
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Trattoria specification : ALDENTE
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Key holder? : MAP
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Mercury's winged sandals : TALARIA
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Outlook alternative : AOLMAIL
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Parasite : SPONGER
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Cash in a country bar : ROSANNE
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Parallel bars? : UPCCODE
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Onetime "Lifts and separates" sloganeer : PLAYTEX
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"The Raising of ___" (Rembrandt painting) : LAZARUS
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Annual heavy metal tour : OZZFEST
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Big name in browsers : MOZILLA
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Popular chip flavor : BBQ
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Parisian possessive : ALUI
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Kicking oneself for : RUING
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Trapezius neighbor : DELTOID
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Welders' wear : GOGGLES
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Egg maker : OVARY
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Rowlands of "A Woman Under the Influence" : GENA
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Assn. : ORG
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Beverage with a triangular logo : BASSALE
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Occasionally : ATTIMES
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Kindles, e.g. : READERS
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Pride : lion :: gang : ___ : ELK
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Bleeth of "Baywatch" : YASMINE
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Avon competitor : MARYKAY
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"Do I have to?," for one : WHINE
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Extraterrestrial, e.g. : BEING
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Abbr. on a business card : EXT
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URL ender : EDU
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Japanese electronics giant : FUJITSU
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Download from Apple : IPADAPP
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"Funky Cold Medina" rapper : TONELOC
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Not entirely of one's own volition, say : ONADARE
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"Cloud Shepherd" sculptor : JEANARP
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Ferocious Flea fighter, in cartoons : ATOMANT
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Producer of a hair-raising experience? : ROGAINE
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Certain movie house : TRIPLEX
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Aldous Huxley's "___ and Essence" : APE
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Worked with : PLIED
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Common comedian's prop : STOOL
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Best Picture before "12 Years a Slave" : ARGO
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Wife of Albert Einstein : ELSA
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Party concerned with civil rights, briefly : ANC
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"If I ___ ..." : MAY

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later.

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