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Patrick Blindauer
Patrick Blindauer

NY Times, Sun, Feb 02, 2014 OUT OF ORDER

Author:
Patrick Blindauer
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Across Lite
Notepad: Each answer in this puzzle has an anagram. To solve, answer a clue, then rearrange the letters of that answer to get a new word, phrase or other crossword entry to be filled in the grid. For example, the answer to  1-Across, "Gambler's marker," is CHIT. CHIT is an anagram of ITCH, which is to be entered at 1-Across.
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© 2014, The New York Times
Across
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Gambler's marker : ITCH
5
Crooks, to cops : PREPS
10
Be an also-ran : SLOE
14
Theda of "Salomé" : ARAB
15
Tenant's contract : EASEL
16
Location : IEST
17
"___ Tired" (Beatles song) : MISO
18
Itemized things on a tax return : DISCOUNTED
20
Hooded viper : SAP
21
Chestnut and cherry : ERTES
22
Word between game and match : TES
23
Mailer's cost : AGESPOT
25
Occupies the real world : SEXIST
28
Forgery or perjury : MERCI
29
Many a Dutchman : NAHS
31
___ Simeon : NAS
32
Fellow Communist : RCADOME
35
Fancy foot work? : MOPE
36
Blond pop singer with the 1998 hit "... Baby One More Time" : PRESBYTERIANS
39
Take a female spouse : VIEW
40
Staggering : LEERING
41
M&M's color replaced by blue : ANT
42
Morning condensations : WEDS
43
Hells Canyon, e.g. : GEORG
47
Depression on the moon : CARTER
49
Wins over : EDASNER
51
Spanish aunt : AIT
52
"Peanuts" girl : ALLYS
54
Pullover shirt : ETE
55
Rebel movement : ANCESTRIES
58
Actor James : NCAA
59
French father : PEER
60
Track shapes : SALVO
61
Spurt : HUGS
62
Boozers : TOSS
63
Carolers' songs : OLSEN
64
Pod squad? : APSE
Down
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Noxious emanation : IAMSAM
2
Spat : TRIAGE
3
Jam : CASPER
4
Goblin's head? : HBO
5
Lassoed : PEDRO
6
Attribute : RAITT
7
Matches, as a wager : ESSE
8
Many writers work on it : PECS
9
Part of U.C.L.A. : SLO
10
Puts the kibosh on : SINEX
11
Boldly disrespectful : LETSINON
12
Canon camera named for a dawn goddess : OSE
13
Sen. Cruz : ETD
19
Election Day day: Abbr. : UTES
21
Nutmeg, e.g. : EPICS
24
Regatta groups : SCREW
25
Employs : SHERI
26
Permission slip : SAPS
27
Ballpark fig. : TSE
29
It may be skipped : NOTES
30
Copy shop quantity : AMER
33
Play loudly : ABLER
34
Mini-whirlpool : DYED
35
Magazine since 1977 "for creative minds at play" : MAGES
36
It's often represented by stars in the comics : PINA
37
Patios : RETRACES
38
Movements forward on the gridiron : INGAS
39
Cleveland cager, for short : VAC
42
Gumbo or goulash : WETS
44
Jump (on) : ONECUP
45
Hall-of-Famers : RETAGS
46
Consents : GREASE
48
Ceremonial acts : TIERS
49
Flood control : ELEVE
50
Clerical gathering : DYSON
52
Logan of "60 Minutes" : ARAL
53
Window ledge : LILS
55
Bit of butter : APT
56
Geological stretch : NEO
57
How-___ (D.I.Y. books) : TSO
58
Philip of "Kung Fu" : NHA
Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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