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Andrew Ries
Andrew Ries

NY Times, Sun, Jan 24, 2021 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Andrew J. Ries
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29
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© 2021, The New York Times
Across
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Chips and a drink, at a sandwich shop : SUBSIDES
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Boardinghouse resident, more or less : ROOMER
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Pers_ _-to-p_rs_ _ c_ _f_rence : ONEONONE
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"The sun's rays have never touched me" : IMPALE
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Banners for Keystone State workers : PENNANTS
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What the lad did to shape the bat : LATHED
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Endless story : SAG
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Also not in there : NEITHER
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Naval center : AVA
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250 years, as of 2026: Abbr. : USAGE
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_orporat_ h_ncho_ : CEOS
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Like some exams in Oregon and Alabama : ORAL
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Sports star seen around people : PELE
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Step in the wrong direction : PETS
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Scrape at: Ger. : GRATE
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Stalk deer : REED
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Terrain for a coach : TRAINER
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Sports car that's successful at a macro level : CAMARO
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One who always goes it alone : EGOIST
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Gal gone for quite a while : AGELONG
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Brand that might be laid in a soap dish : DIAL
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DRS : RINDS
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Otis, Orville or Oliver : OMAN
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Blade in an orange peel : EPEE
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___ biography (book about a Holy Roman emperor) : OTTO
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Not even tersely : TREY
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Lamps for a priest's reading : PSALM
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Lasso with no curves : LAO
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One who rips the mainstream trends : HIPSTER
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Dog in "Li'l Abner" : LAB
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Tidier way of saying "Gave it my best shot" : ITRIED
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Scandal involving M.I.T. and I : MITIGATE
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Bobbin, thread, pin ... every sewing thing you ___ be supplied : NEEDLE
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Came out of a damn tee : EMANATED
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Ma & Dad's TV family : ADDAMS
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Not staying put in trestles, say : RESTLESS
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Removes liquid from pea soups : SOPSUP
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Anxiety in "Nausée" : UNEASE
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N.F.L. player using a lot of Ben-Gay : BENGAL
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Kind of net : SON
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Like a lot of shenanigans, in retrospect : INANE
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First square in the fourth row : DONE
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Apprenticed, in the end : ENTICED
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Verse a tutee sees : SESTET
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Makes angry or slier : RILES
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Fellow who's customarily hidden : OMAR
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Pick part of a helicopter : OPT
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Indian royal married to a hair man : MAHARANI
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Brings up late eves : ELEVATES
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Serious warning for an arty dealer : REDALERT
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W_ _'_ go_ the mic? : HOST
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TV personality with a large do : GERALDO
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Rose Oil team : ORIOLES
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One in a high position? Nope! : PEON
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Lady gone wild : GAGA
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Sore back : EROS
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_ _stra_ _ : REIN
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Christmas song in a Southeast area : CAROLINA
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Data I get all shaken up : AGITATED
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Taught dorm teen : MENTORED
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G / P : GORP
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When I'd eat my lunch, but not my supper : DAYTIME
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Who hypnotized Mr. Smee : MESMER
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Ma on time, but ... : PALATE
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Emotionally connects without opening up : ELATES
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Parts of gardens tended by a "Wizard of Oz" aunt : EMBEDS
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Some nautical info, id est data for sailors : TIDES
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Com_ute_ _ _s_ruction : PRINT
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Direct a Rachel Maddow segment : HELM
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A set of airport monitor figs. : ETAS
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Woman from Boise : IDA
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Half-gallon : GAL
Answer summary: 0 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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