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Daniel Raymon
Daniel Raymon

NY Times, Sun, Dec 15, 2019 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Daniel Raymon
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26
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P
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I
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R
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A
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T
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E
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S
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P
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O
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T
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S
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D
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A
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M
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O
N
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E
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V
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O
V
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R
P
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R
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G
O
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L
L
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H
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L
L
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B
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D
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B
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S
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C
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N
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A
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L
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A
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O
M
G
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C
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H
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A
G
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S
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M
A
D
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H
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L
L
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A
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T
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T
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R
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T
A
C
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C
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A
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L
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C
H
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R
O
N
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S
K
A
T
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C
O
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Y
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R
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D
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S
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S
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O
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M
O
V
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N
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S
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P
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S
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P
A
G
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O
R
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G
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N
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T
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D
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M
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L
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S
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S
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N
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E
L
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© 2019, The New York Times
Across
1
Detective fees : PIRATES
8
City with a crazy street sign turned around : POTSDAM
15
Tiny amount for a note I owe : ONEIOTA
16
Magician's words to a live audience : ETVOILA
17
Like a score you won't see a golf pro rave about : OVERPAR
18
What bettors might do just short of an end zone marker : GOALLIN
19
Attila the ___ (sweet conqueror) : HON
20
Conked out, as in a bathroom : STALLED
22
Not even Brenda : BED
23
It's after B : BITS
25
Sites for pigs : STIES
26
Noted wrestler with acne : CENA
27
Train with excellent service near L.A. : ACELA
29
Wow, not even one milligram : OMG
30
Mark for 50% of caretakers : CARET
31
Background of a million leaving an art museum : HERITAGE
33
Parlor piece to test with ease : SETTEE
34
M - L : MADASHELL
36
A t-tube for a car : ATTIRE
39
Like the strategy Attila sees : TACTICAL
43
Food that's hot and cold, they say : CHILI
44
Guy in front : RON
45
What a hockey player takes to the rink : SKATE
46
__ __sme__ics compan__ : COTY
47
Rear car door features : RENDS
49
East of this in Spain : ESTA
50
Torte part that's left over : ORT
51
Gets over one 5 mos. later : MOVESON
53
Start to fall short : SEP
54
Beginning of a cross-reference for "ooze" : SEEPAGE
56
G.I.'s iron sources : ORIGINS
58
Like one who tarried longer : TARDIER
59
Woman who told a damn lie : MELINDA
60
She uses an N in her name twice : SUSANNE
61
One who laments leg ties : ELEGIST
Down
1
A bigwig - nonsense and phooey! : POOHBAH
2
Bill in speaking part : INVOICE
3
Go through, as green terrain, again : REENTER
4
___ to the throne (song about royalty) : AIR
5
Best spot : TOPS
6
Upstate : ETATS
7
City from which singer Bareilles heads to Georgia : SARATOGA
8
Support for Margaret L., for example : PEGLEG
9
0 + 10 digits : OTOES
10
Tiny piece about #5 commercial : TVAD
11
Very large sun : SOL
12
It'd be L->R in a comic strip : DILBERT
13
A lie born to a property receiver : ALIENEE
14
Order for a movie with a gay couple, maybe : MANDATE
21
Milestone with an L&M switch : LIMESTONE
24
I'm silly in a vile way : SLIMILY
26
Eat & lick in feline fashion : CATLIKE
28
Someone from Doha beheaded : ATARI
30
Boston team with a second substitute from an Indianapolis team : CELTS
32
Drink made first off : ADE
33
Like a certain federal regulator's Champagne : SEC
35
Hot, and then some : HANDSOME
36
Some summer expenses, informally : ACCOSTS
37
Au__ __ __ __, __ss__yist and nat__ralist : THOREAU
38
Tritest laughs : TITTERS
40
Designer who scans eyes : CASSINI
41
@dddddddddd : ATTENDS
42
Eagerly goes for ale taps : LEAPSAT
44
Idolize Paul : REVERE
47
Comic actor who's a goner : ROGEN
48
Roles of a French philosopher : SOREL
51
Water source for two states : MAIN
52
Line on an African map : NILE
55
Kissing pad, maybe : PDA
57
Booking that can go either way : GIG
Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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