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GRANARY

New York Times, Sunday, March 14, 1982

Author:
Fletcher Ingalls
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 84, Avg Word Len: 5.17, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 513 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 110, Cheaters: 18, FITB: 15, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1982, The New York TimesNo. 11,814
Across
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Black tern : DARR
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"For ___ waves . . . ": Bates : AMBER
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Understand : GRASP
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Betake oneself : REPAIR
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A Lyon river : SAONE
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Lido : RESORT
20
Gest : ROMANCE
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___ rule : SLIDE
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I.R.S. quarry : EVADERS
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Words from " . . . Sixpence" : APOCKETFULLOFRYE
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"Flee, feline!" : SCAT
28
Plexus : RETE
29
Bowling unit : FRAME
30
Spot of land : ISLE
32
Mrs. McKinley : IDA
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Palindromic word : ERE
34
Kent's Daily ___ : PLANET
35
Corn Belt animal : HOG
37
Kind of beam : LASER
39
Curve : ESS
40
Army missiles : ROCS
41
Tapuyan Indians : GES
42
Cgs unit of brightness : LAMBERT
44
Julia Ward ___ : HOWE
45
Abundance : CORNUCOPIA
48
Acute food shortage : FAMINE
51
Faro cards : SODAS
52
Warded off : AVERTED
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Rubber : ERASER
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Signaled : CUED
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"Luisa Miller," e.g. : OPERA
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Marvin : LEE
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Ate's mother : ERIS
61
Gruel, etc. : PORRIDGES
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Bonzer birds : EMUS
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Hollywood nickname : LIZ
65
___ card : IDIOT
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Sidewalk superintendent : EYER
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Cut in two : BISECT
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Guillemot : SEACOOT
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Meara and Jeffreys : ANNES
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Renée of the 1920's : ADOREE
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Popish Plot fabricator: 1678 : TITUSOATES
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Kind of duster : CROP
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White House family: 1853–57 : PIERCES
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Forage plant : ERS
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Seed pod : BOLL
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Kernel-bearing item : COB
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Farrier's need : ANVIL
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Three in Torino : TRE
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Sports results : SCORES
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Número ___ : UNO
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Helm dir. : SSE
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Apiece : EACH
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Asteism : IRONY
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Roughage cereal : BRAN
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Revolution : TURN
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Device in a Physics I lab : WHEATSTONEBRIDGE
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Interstices : AREOLAE
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Sacks : LOOTS
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Sang lustily : TROLLED
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Borate and oleate : ESTERS
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Upbeats, in music : ARSES
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Gasket : SEALER
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Cultivates : TENDS
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Ensile : STORE
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Genus of turtles : EMYS
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Lowers, in a way : DEMOTES
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Quickly : APACE
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Luxuriant : RANK
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Commonly cultivated shrub : RICEFLOWER
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Feign : ASSUME
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Polo player's need : MALLET
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Seethe : BOIL
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Within: Prefix : ENDO
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Riffle : REEF
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Jane and Zane : GREYS
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Gloat : REVEL
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Happy ___ lark : ASA
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Swards : SODS
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Explicit : PRECISE
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Rodeo stars : ROPERS
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Step into one's footsteps : RETRACE
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Market figure : TRADER
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Peep show : RAREE
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Bolt : START
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Blows chaff off : FANS
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A threshing machine, e.g. : RIG
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Where Mark Twain is buried : ELMIRA
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Disposed : PRONE
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Coop group : HENS
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Big Ten letters : OSU
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As blind as ___ : ABAT
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Slopes : GRADIENTS
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"___ Young Dream": T. Moore poem : LOVES
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Copycat : APER
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Steam sound : HISS
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Quadrangle : COURT
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Stettin's river : ODER
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Shenanigans : CAPERS
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Palpate : FEEL
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Gallico's Mrs. ___ : ARRIS
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Shade of yellow : MAIZE
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Darts : SCOOTS
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Fudd or Gantry : ELMER
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Loser to a trey : DEUCE
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Finishing strips : OGEES
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Punta del ___ : ESTE
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Like Eleazer Wheelock : PIOUS
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Unit of force : DYNE
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"Sour grapes" writer: Var. : ESOP
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Unresponsive one : ICICLE
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Lavish affection (on) : DOTE
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Kiltie's whisky : BARLEYBREE
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Teraphim : IDOLS
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Bell town : ATRI
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Rhine feeder : AARE
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"___ the fields we go" : OER
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Zinkes : CORNETS
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Durum yield : PASTA
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Cover, in a way : INSURE
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Earth's apex : EVEREST
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Blessing : BOON
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Uses rennet : CURDLES
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Catapult : ONAGER
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Filleted : BONED
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Against ___ grain : THE
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Flagpole ___ : SITTER
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Pouched racquet : CROSSE
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Edgar or Obie : AWARD
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Karpov's game : CHESS
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Melville's "___ Budd" : BILLY
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Foot follower : NOTE
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Lackaday! : ALAS
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Type of civil wrong : TORT
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Run-of-the-mill : SOSO
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Meander : ROAM
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Author Deighton : LEN

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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