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Mel Taub
Mel Taub

NY Times, Sun, Oct 09, 2005  PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Mel Taub
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26, Across Lite
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S
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M
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A
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H
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P
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B
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C
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K
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R
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A
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U
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E
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M
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A
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W
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W
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L
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A
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C
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S
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© 2005, The New York Times
Across
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This word has mess written all over it : SMASHES
8
Saying with a vagabond at heart : PROVERB
15
Companion for a prison type : CONSORT
16
Did Irv ever get stimulant? : REVIVER
17
It gave reception for Christie around 10 : ANTENNA
18
Issue over man at ease : EMANATE
19
615 dietary recommendations : RDA
20
Measure of a hunter's skill : KILLS
22
Miss Daily : LYDIA
23
Equal start for average one : PARI
25
She's 50? I see! : ELISE
27
Advance in the calendar : LEND
28
Miss Neale : ELENA
30
One giving a leg up? : STILT
32
___ Lett (French bettor's home?) : RUE
33
Make secure from mortal danger : RESCUE
35
When in a bind, use this kind of judgment : UNBIASED
37
Experiences surgeon Ed : UNDERGOES
39
Isn't Marg in pain? : SMARTING
42
Owen who writes novels … or at least used to : WISTER
46
Humor with no end : WIT
47
Slowpoke in Al's garden : SNAIL
49
Chutzpah? Never! : NERVE
50
One in gear to enhance maturity : AGER
52
Him and me are V.I.P.'s : AMEER
54
Foot has a set o' them : TOES
55
I sort out combos : TRIOS
57
Caucasus native who might owe Tess : OSSET
59
Chet's predecessor : CRO
60
More convenient, as in a herd : HANDIER
62
One involved in the care of children : TEACHER
64
Understanding any tenet : ENTENTE
65
On TV, Elsie is most wicked : EVILEST
66
Got dose of comic's barbs : STOOGED
67
Puts back on the N.Y.S.E., or tries: Sl. : RELISTS
Down
1
Flee like a Brit on a racer: Sp. : SCARPER
2
Man Dole never ran against : MONDALE
3
A northeast star : ANTARES
4
Point in compasses : SSE
5
Get the attention of Kohn : HONK
6
Pal of one Rene : ERNIE
7
s S : STALLS
8
Winery process that's urgent : PRESSING
9
Brandt's introducer : REM
10
___ teen (young track habitué) : OVAL
11
Like many a broken record? : VINYL
12
Adverse ones escaping : EVADERS
13
King could run it with ease : RETINUE
14
How might adder be eaten? : BREADED
21
I urge list of services : LITURGIES
24
Acquire fashionable mutt : INCUR
26
It's below the shoulder : ELBOW
29
A nut's kin : AUNTS
31
Connection between 10 eyes : TIEIN
34
Where Diane hails from : EDINA
36
A T-TV or a r-radio : ASSET
38
Charmed enough to adore men : ENAMORED
39
Uses wet sash for bandages : SWATHES
40
Person who's moving Martin G. : MIGRANT
41
Consumed part of it at one : ATEINTO
43
What's good for Hector's sore throat? : TROCHES
44
Place for the first lady to relax? : EVEREST
45
About kinds of places to relax : RESORTS
48
Man with 50 trees : LESTER
51
Where bull lurks behind Door E : RODEO
53
Chaucer pilgrim who would veer E. : REEVE
56
Half a prison hootenanny : SING
58
A lit end : TAIL
61
Peter, at heart : ETE
63
Roman number before max : CLI
Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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