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THAT'S DISGUSTING!

New York Times, Sunday, September 4, 2011

Author:
Dana Delany and Matt Ginsberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 136, Blocks: 69 Missing: {JQX} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Delany. This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Ginsberg. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 0904 ( 22,580 )
Across
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Word with liberal or visual : ARTS
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Foliose : LEAFLIKE
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Hero of a John Irving best seller : TSGARP
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Beverage whose logo was once the bottom half of a woman's legs : NEHI
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Actress who co-starred in "Havana," 1990 : LENAOLIN
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Protect : SHELTER
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Heads-up in Ireland? : GAELICWARNING
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Danish cheese : HAVARTI
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"Gerontion" poet : ELIOT
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"Yikes!" : EGAD
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Australia's Great ___ Basin : ARTESIAN
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Dorm police, for short : RAS
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Superman's attire, e.g.? : CLASSICACTIONSUIT
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Head of London? : ELL
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Venezuela's Chávez : HUGO
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Security interest : LIEN
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Metric liquid meas. : MLS
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Achievement : DEED
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Farm pails? : RUSTICBUCKETS
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City raided in "Godzilla Raids Again" : OSAKA
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Cloud producer, informally : ABOMB
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___ Highway (route from Dawson Creek) : ALCAN
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Willing to do : UPFOR
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Fluid : UNSET
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Boxer on season four of "Dancing With the Stars" : LAILAALI
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Aggregate : SUM
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Like items at a supermarket checkout : SCANNED
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"I feel the earth move under my feet," e.g.? : KINGLYRIC
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Q.E.D. part : ERAT
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Paris's Musée ___ : RODIN
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Benjamin : CNOTE
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W.W. I German admiral : SPEE
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Fancy garb for Caesar? : FINETUNIC
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Characterized by : PRONETO
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Suffix with absorb : ENT
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Exploited : UTILIZED
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Sugar providers : BEETS
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Flower also known as love-in-idleness : PANSY
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French school : LYCEE
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"___ my case!" : IREST
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"Button your lip!" : ZIPIT
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Antisthenes, notably? : ORIGINALCYNIC
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Veronese masterpiece "The Feast in the House of ___" : LEVI
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___ Canals : SOO
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Birthplace of the Rep. Party : WISC
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First tribe met by Lewis and Clark : OTOE
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Hard butter : RAM
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Something talked about on "Today"? : TOPICOFTHEMORNING
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Surrealist who avoided the draft by writing the day's date in every space on his induction paperwork : ARP
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Victuals : ALIMENTS
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Michael of "Juno" : CERA
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"Who ya ___ call?" : GONNA
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Unnatural : MANMADE
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Extremely occult? : GREATLYMYSTIC
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Happy : PLEASED
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Set sail : PUTTOSEA
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Tick off : LIST
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Deeper blue? : SADDER
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O.K. : ASSENTTO
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"The War Is Over" writer/singer : OCHS
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Ticked off : ANGERED
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Beer served without artificial carbonation : REALALE
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Vacation spot that's crazily busy? : THEISLEOFMANIC
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Round storehouse : SILO
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Cousin of Inc. : LLC
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"Ick!" : EEW
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Tennis's Ivanovic : ANA
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Cabbies' clients : FARES
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End of July by the sound? : LONGI
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Pelvis-related : ILIAC
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Somewhat informal? : KINDA
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Grade school subj. : ENG
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Pointer's words : THATONE
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Start of all Oklahoma ZIP codes : SEVEN
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Tumbler : GLASS
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Architectural space : ATRIUM
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Regular price : RETAIL
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Set for a detective, maybe : PRINTS
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"Eek!," e.g. : SHRIEK
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Yearn (for) : ITCH
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Suffix with problem : ATIC
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Watch from the sidelines : LURK
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Río makeup : AGUA
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Kind of pad : SOS
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Certain triple-decker : CLUB
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U.K. decoration: Abbr. : DSO
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Bitter, in a way : TANNIC
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"Ghosts" playwright : IBSEN
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What Bryn Mawr College is not : COED
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N.Y.C. subway inits. : BMT
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Skyscraping : TALL
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Wows : SLAYS
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Married couple? : ARS
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Prank involving a hammer and nails? : CARPENTERANTIC
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1986 film shot partly in a decommissioned power plant : ALIENS
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Mint on a hotel pillow, e.g. : NICETY
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Good for something : USEFUL
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What karats measure : PURITY
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Reversed : UNDID
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Columbia athletes : LIONS
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Bread on the table, maybe : ANTE
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"___ that a lot" : IGET
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Salsa singer Celia : CRUZ
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U.S. visa type issued to visiting diplomats : AONE
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Labyrinthine : KNOTTY
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Complete: Prefix : TELEO
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Gradual increase in vol. : CRESC
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Row : TIER
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Strip : PEEL
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Yes, to no: Abbr. : OPP
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Woman's support : BRA
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Bother : AIL
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Word derived from the Latin "uncia," meaning "one-twelfth" : INCH
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Baked ___ : ZITI
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Uncle Sam, for one : ICON
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"Hmmm ..." : IWONDER
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Quick : GIFTED
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Followers: Suffix : ISTS
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French vote : NON
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Nail polish, e.g. : VARNISH
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Collisions : IMPACTS
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Sticky roll? : STAMPS
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"C'est si bon!" : OOLALA
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Put in one's two cents' worth : OPINED
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Like custard : EGGY
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"This has got me fuming!" : IMMAD
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Die out : CEASE
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Creamy shades : ECRUS
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Dashes may be part of them : MEETS
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Speak to the masses : ORATE
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Betray : RATON
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Capital near the 60th parallel : OSLO
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No. typically between 2.0 and 4.0 : GPA
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Omaha Beach craft, for short : LST
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One of these days : YET
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Kind of jacket : MAO

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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