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New York Times, Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Author:
Damon J. Gulczynski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Damon J. Gulczynski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQW} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Gulczynski. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2009, The New York TimesNo. 0519 ( 21,742 )
Across
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Industry honcho : CZAR
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"Do the ___!" : MATH
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Suffix with beer or fun : FEST
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Move, in Realtor lingo : RELO
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XM ___ : RADIO
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In the old days : ONCE
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Lunchbox dessert item : OREO
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Jump for joy : EXULT
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"The Good Earth" heroine : OLAN
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Tom Collins or Rob Roy : COCKTAIL
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Turkic people : TATARS
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Grass bought in rolls : SOD
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End of an exhaust system : TAILPIPE
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Beehive State athlete : UTE
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Guitar pioneer Paul : LES
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Paddler's target : REAR
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Unrealistic idea : PIPEDREAM
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Hold back, as a news story : SITON
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Salon sound : SNIP
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In a foxy fashion : SLYLY
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"Uh-uh" : NOPE
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Regatta entry : YACHT
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1992 U.S. Olympic hoopsters, with "the" : DREAMTEAM
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Peseta's replacement : EURO
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La-la lead-in : TRA
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___-mo : SLO
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Basketball or baseball : TEAMGAME
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Ike's monogram : DDE
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Tangle in a net: Var. : IMMESH
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Fighting rooster : GAMECOCK
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Hair removal brand : NAIR
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Take forcibly, old-style : REAVE
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Tom Wolfe novel "___ in Full" : AMAN
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Bigger than mega- : GIGA
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Elizabeth of cosmetics : ARDEN
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After-beach wear : ROBE
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Supersecure airline : ELAL
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Name on toy fuel trucks : HESS
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Two caplets, say : DOSE
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Swamp menace, for short : CROC
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Total loser : ZERO
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Guinness or Waugh : ALEC
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Corner pieces, in chess : ROOKS
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Calf-length dress : MAXI
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X-rated : ADULT
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Up to, in ads : TIL
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Real babe : HOTTIE
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Evidence washed away by the tide : FOOTPRINT
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China's Zhou ___ : ENLAI
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Bluff formed by a fault : SCARP
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In need of a rubdown : TENSE
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Blogger's audience : READERS
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Ratted (on) : TOLD
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"Sad to say ..." : ALAS
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Decorative band : ARMLET
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"___-daisy!" : UPSY
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Fey of "30 Rock" : TINA
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Huge in scope : EPIC
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Only now and then : SELDOM
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Short-lived : EPHEMERAL
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Firth of Clyde town : AYR
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The "ten" in "hang ten" : TOES
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Stone for many Libras : OPAL
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Nautilus skipper : NEMO
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Landscaper's crew : YARDMEN
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Harbor workhorses : TUGS
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Showed up in time for : MADE
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Gung-ho : RAHRAH
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Trace of color : TINGE
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Messages that may contain emoticons : EMAIL
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Old computer : AMIGA
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"Zounds!" : EGADS
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Paperless birthday greeting : ECARD
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Birds, collectively : AVES
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1847 Melville work : OMOO
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Some urban rides : CABS
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"Trick" body part : KNEE
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Before, to a bard : ERE

Answer summary: 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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