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New York Times, Thursday, September 29, 2016

Author:
Jonathan M. Kaye
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jonathan M. Kaye

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Kaye. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Notepad: We recommend using the PDF, or alternatively one of the other available electronic versions, for solving this puzzle, as it contains elements that the software cannot reproduce.
Jonathan M. Kaye notes:
I'm pleased with how all aspects of this puzzle came together. My original concept was to simply divide the "B" into DD, but ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Another neat letter-based idea from Jon, this one using DIVIDED BY to represent BY split across the middle — the capital B forms a ... read more
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B
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I
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N
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W
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C
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O
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P
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A
G
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H
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DD
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O
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P
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M
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VI
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D
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L
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M
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G
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B
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P
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N
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F
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W
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A
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R
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D
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© 2016, The New York TimesNo. 0929 ( 24,432 )
Across
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They're used for storage : BINS
5
Fresh : WISE
9
Brand of mouthwash : SCOPE
14
Storage ___ : UNIT
15
Gets on : AGES
16
Word after New or tax : HAVEN
17
Carbon dioxide or water vis-à-vis cellular respiration : BYPRODUCT
19
Ding or buzz, maybe : ALERT
20
"Let's shake on that" : ITSADEAL
21
Drone of a drone, say : WHIR
22
Undo : ERASE
23
Kind of beach : NUDE
25
Demi-___ (ballet move) : PLIE
28
Barflies : SOTS
29
Artisanal, maybe : MADEBYHAND
31
Uber calculation, briefly : ETA
33
E.P.A. concern : EMISSION
34
Lawful ends? : ELS
37
Law "thing" : RES
39
Unified : ONE
40
Part of a modern police database : DNA
41
"So many choices ..." : LETMESEE
44
Fed. property overseer : GSA
46
Staples of Indiana Jones films : BOOBYTRAPS
48
Warning next to an internet link : NSFW
52
Sullivan who taught Helen Keller : ANNE
53
Grade : RATE
54
Hiccup cure, it's said : SCARE
55
Brand with a Thick & Fluffy variety : EGGO
57
Captive : DETAINEE
59
Its version of table tennis had a square ball : ATARI
61
÷ ... or a literal hint to interpreting eight squares in this puzzle : DIVIDEDBY
62
Onetime Venetian leaders : DOGES
63
Really mad : IRED
64
Buzz preceder, famously : NEIL
65
"Awesome!" : SWEET
66
Popular crafts site : ETSY
67
Número of Disney Caballeros : TRES
Down
1
Pals : BUDDIES
2
Kind of fertilization : INVITRO
3
Gently bites : NIPSAT
4
German avenue : STRASSE
5
Flamingos do it : WADE
6
Pet that's a herbivore : IGUANA
7
Place in solitary : SECLUDE
8
Is written on papyrus? : EST
9
Noted exile of 1979 : SHAH
10
Abu Bakr and others : CALIPHS
11
Like veneer : OVERLAID
12
Pay-click connection : PER
13
Specialist in three of the five senses, for short : ENT
18
Shelley's "___ to Liberty" : ODE
21
Formations of unions? : WEDDINGS
24
Tear down, in real-estate lingo : DEMO
26
Privy to : INON
27
Designer Mode of "The Incredibles" : EDNA
29
Leader in a pit : MAESTRO
30
Shop holders : VISES
32
Noted fountain name : TREVI
34
Actor Idris : ELBA
35
Spanish provincial capital : LEON
36
Very primitive : STONEAGE
38
Evening in Italy : SERA
42
Operating requirement? : MDDEGREE
43
Humble oneself : EATDIRT
45
Like the Aramaic language : ANCIENT
47
Overuse of the word "like," and others : PEEVES
49
Shop device : SANDER
50
Big Mac? : FREDDIE
51
Boring things : WEEVILS
54
Down : SAD
56
Meat : GIST
58
Like some sums : TIDY
59
Targets of some blockers : ADS
60
Aftermath of a breakdown : TOW
61
Mint apparatus : DIE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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