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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

New York Times, Sunday, September 26, 2010

Author:
Pamela Amick Klawitter
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Pamela Amick Klawitter

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Klawitter. NYT links: Across Lite
Notepad: Each set of circled letters is described by an answer elsewhere in the grid.
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 0926 ( 22,237 )
Across
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When repeated, a resort near the Black Forest : BADEN
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How things may be remembered : DIMLY
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Beginning : DAWN
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Caboose, for one : CAR
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In ___ (unborn) : UTERO
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Homeric hero : AENEAS
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Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
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___ Miss : OLE
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Specification in a salad order : DRESSINGONTHESIDE
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A lens fits in it : RIM
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Swell : DISTEND
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Certifies, in a way : NOTARIZES
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U.S.M.C. barracks boss : NCO
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XXX : CHIS
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Homeric genre : EPIC
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Address part : STREET
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Unit in measuring population density : SQUAREMILE
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As a friend, to the French : ENAMI
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Relative of Manx : ERSE
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Michael who once headed Disney : EISNER
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Grab bag: Abbr. : MISC
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Some stakes : ANTES
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Dreadful feeling : ANGST
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Worker who may create a stir? : TEATASTER
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Following : AFTER
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Opening : GAP
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Opening for an aspiring leader : ROOMATTHETOP
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Fine and dandy, in old slang : OKE
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"I don't give ___!" : ADARN
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Zing : ELAN
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Writer/critic Trilling : LIONEL
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Hit computer game with the original working title Micropolis : SIMCITY
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First name alphabetically in the Baseball Hall of Fame : AARON
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President who said "I'm an idealist without illusions" : KENNEDY
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Giggle : HEEHEE
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Suffix with lumin- : ESCE
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Hard, boring efforts : SLOGS
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Directional suffix : ERN
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Diagonals : SLANTEDLINES
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"Mazel ___!" : TOV
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Fix, as a shoelace : RETIE
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Complete : HEADTOTOE
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Country singer Griffith : NANCI
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Name on 1952 campaign buttons : ADLAI
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Romance of 1847 : OMOO
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Errand runners : GOFERS
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Mid 12th-century year : MCLI
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Cool, very red celestial body : NSTAR
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Carp or flounder, typically : BOTTOMFISH
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Highly rated security : AABOND
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Hungarian city : EGER
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Actress Ward : SELA
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Fashion inits. : YSL
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You might wait for it to drop : OTHERSHOE
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Three-wheeled vehicle : PEDICAB
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Spanish bruin : OSO
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Go-between : THEMANINTHEMIDDLE
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Rapper ___-A-Che : RIC
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Same: Fr. : MEME
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Convict : INMATE
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Relative of a canary : SERIN
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Cinch ___ (Hefty garbage bag brand) : SAK
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"Idylls of the King" lady : ENID
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Falls (over) : KEELS
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Breast: Prefix : MASTO
Down
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Melville's "Billy ___" : BUDD
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Italian bell town : ATRI
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Dead ends? : DEES
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Formerly, once : ERST
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Public knowledge : NOSECRET
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Ph.D., e.g. : DEG
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Barge ___ : INON
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"Don't give ___ lip!" : MENO
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Beverage that may be foamy : LATTE
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A wishbone has one : YSHAPE
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Director Vittorio : DESICA
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48th state: Abbr. : ARIZ
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Begins energetically : WADESIN
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Explosive trial, for short : NTEST
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Place for a date, frequently : CORNERSTONE
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"___ Restaurant" : ALICES
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Not likely : REMOTE
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"... ___ the queen of England!" : ANDIM
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"And to those thorns that ___ bosom lodge": Shak. : INHER
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St. Patrick's land : ERIN
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One of the 12 tribes of Israel : SIMEON
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Shipwreck locale : REEF
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Ship locale : SEA
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Last dynasty of China : QING
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Links org. : USGA
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Susan who co-starred in "Five Easy Pieces" : ANSPACH
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Actor Neeson : LIAM
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"Cómo ___?" : ESTA
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Shopping locale : MART
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Indulged : CATEREDTO
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Pre-broadcast activity : TAPING
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David Cameron, e.g. : TORY
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Normandy battle town : STLO
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More ___ enough : THAN
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Dark time, in verse : EEN
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Just got (by) : EKED
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Trust, with "on" : RELY
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Honey badger : RATEL
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Dinner spreads : OLEOS
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Engine type : DIESEL
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Employed : ONSTAFF
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"Fer ___!" : SHER
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French noun suffix : IERE
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Cause of thoughtlessness? : MENTALBLOCK
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Dog of old films : ASTA
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Didn't just pass : ACED
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Noted Bauhaus artist : KLEE
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Dallas-to-Memphis dir. : ENE
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High-hats : SNOOTS
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Large food tunas : AHIS
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Bausch & ___ (lens maker) : LOMB
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Langston Hughes poem : ITOO
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"The ___ Gave My Heart To" (1997 Aaliyah hit) : ONEI
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Tapers, briefly : VCRS
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Peculiar: Prefix : IDIO
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Bedouins' trait : NOMADISM
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It's like "-like" : ISH
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"Next ..." : ANDTHEN
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Dimwit : GOLEM
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City chiefs : MAYORS
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Cinnamon tree : CASSIA
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Swarmed : TEEMED
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Indian tourist city : AGRA
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Challenger astronaut Judith : RESNIK
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Chief dwelling? : TEPEE
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"I'm innocent!" : NOTME
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Liechtenstein's western border : RHINE
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Certain engine : HEMI
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"This round's ___" : ONME
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List-ending abbr. : ETAL
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Notion : IDEA
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Mil. leaders : CDRS
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Came to earth : ALIT
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"There Shall ___ Night" (Pulitzer-winning Robert E. Sherwood play) : BENO
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Elevs. : HTS

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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