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New York Times, Thursday, September 6, 2007

Author:
Daniel C. Bryant
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Daniel C. Bryant

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 33 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Bryant. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0906 ( 21,121 )
Across
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Burns's tongue : SCOTS
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Popular desktops since 1998 : IMACS
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Camel's end? : ASH
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Cul-de-sac : COURT
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Wearer of the Yankees' retired #9 : MARIS
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3.2 million-member org. with a pi in its logo : NEA
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Wardrobe malfunction? : UNTIEDFRONT
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Atlantic City hotel, informally, with "the" : TAJ
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"Blah blah blah blah blah" : BABBLE
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Start of a musical scale : CDE
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Arias, usually : SOLI
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"___ Time" (1952 million-selling Eddie Fisher hit) : ANY
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Unit of punishment : LASH
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Result of punishment : PAIN
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Mood after a military victory? : MARTIALBLISS
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Polling results, e.g. : DATA
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Tries : ENDEAVORS
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Beastly : INHUMAN
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Ranges : EXTENTS
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Akin : ANALOGOUS
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Estuaries : RIAS
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Where porcine pilots arrive? : LANDINGSTIES
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Narc's discovery, maybe : KILO
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Believed : HELD
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Grand Canyon area : RIM
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Early English actress Nell ___ : GWYN
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Not just threaten : SUE
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Threats to World War shipping : UBOATS
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Certain southeast Asian : LAO
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Hint to 17-, 28- and 43-Across : ITSREVERSED
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Hospital dept. : ICU
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YouTube feature : VIDEO
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Hardly futuristic : RETRO
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A.L. city, on scoreboards : BOS
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A lot : SCADS
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Beaker : GLASS
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Kind of tank : SCUBA
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First name in late-night : CONAN
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Over near : OUTBY
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Old New York paper, for short : TRIB
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Artist Frank ___, pioneer in Minimalism : STELLA
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Org. that lends to countries : IMF
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Arrive with authority : MARCHIN
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Nickname among major-league sluggers : AROD
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It has many pictures : CINEPLEX
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Boomer, once : SST
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Director Michelangelo : ANTONIONI
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Warranty feature : SEAL
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Muslim honorific : HAJI
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"___ me" : DEAR
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Emmy-winning Phil : SILVERS
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Trial position, for short : STENOG
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Like ___ out of hell : ABAT
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Late editorial cartoonist Bill : MAULDIN
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Carol starter : ADESTE
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Abbr. on an envelope to Mexico : SRTA
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Flat sound : SSSS
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Radio feature : DIAL
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Eleanor Roosevelt's first name : ANNA
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Certain notes : THANKYOUS
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Work hard : MOIL
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Doubter : AGNOSTIC
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Like wedding attendees, often : USHERED
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"___ U" : ILUV
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Tennis great Stefan : EDBERG
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Dreadlocks wearer : RASTA
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Anatomical passages : ITERS
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Old PC standard : MSDOS
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Smooth : GLIB
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"Cross the Brazos at ___" (1964 country hit) : WACO
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___-approved : USDA
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Turgenev's home in Russia : OREL
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Emergency rm. sights : IVS
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Sister of Helios : EOS

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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