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Sam Ezersky
Sam Ezersky

NY Times, Sun, Mar 10, 2019 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Sam Ezersky
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31, Across Lite
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E
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P
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O
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D
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A
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B
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R
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R
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H
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D
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I
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F
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F
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E
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G
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D
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K
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C
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K
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Y
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E
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H
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P
A
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M
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P
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G
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N
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G
R
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O
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F
G
A
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G
E
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U
B
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R
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D
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Y
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A
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© 2019, The New York Times
Across
1
Husbands and wives found online : ESPOUSES
9
One painting an earbud : DAUBER
15
Draw small condiment : SKETCHUP
16
No item coming in as scheduled : ONTIME
17
Christmas tune sung with three sharps : CAROLINA
18
UN = EX : UNISEX
19
When Roman workdays ended : ATV
20
Cartoon character who's a stinker : APU
21
AB : ABALONE
22
Real Shakespearean character : LEAR
24
Talking head : SCULL
26
C__rtai__ __efen__emen : ENDS
27
Passé parts of churches : APSES
29
Is oddly heartless toward : HATES
31
Is in the middle of the day : DAISY
32
Lay eyes on a "Cheers" mailman, by the sound of it : SEACLIFF
36
Much-deserving N.B.A. star : ERVING
38
Want to reside : DESIRE
40
Place to run a 10-K (yuck!) : KENTUCKY
44
She's neighbors with Em : ELLEN
45
Heart of the lion : HELIO
46
Ma trailed behind while ... : PALED
47
Past argument : SPAT
51
What we did after someone had to tap us in class : SATUP
53
Limo man : MILO
54
Procedure with payouts to pathologists : AUTOPSY
56
Game license : TAG
58
... MNOPQST ... : NOR
59
Rating for a French dish : GRATIN
60
How the words "saga" and "gags" are formed : OUTOFGAS
62
Go late for dessert : GELATO
63
Transportation option that's reburied : UBERRIDE
64
Really chastise lately : YELLAT
65
A voicemail's might say "To leave a message, press one" : RESPONSE
Down
1
Leased car, mostly, that's a Cadillac : ESCALADE
2
Bit of excitement around Kate : SKATEPARK
3
Like a V.I.P.'s ever-growing influence : PERVASIVE
4
A Plains Indian either way : OTO
5
Human rights org. that has switched sides : UCLA
6
Sends junk, etc. : SHIPS
7
Palace guards who shun Q : EUNUCHS
8
Cat ___ (where hipsters get massages) : SPA
9
Expanded music release that Deb could purchase : DOUBLECD
10
Graham who's good at unscrambling words : ANNA
11
Useful draw in Scrabble : UTILE
12
"Farewell, my boy!" : BISON
13
What the men do, in large part, to mistakes : EMEND
14
Re-crosses : REXES
21
Place to ski around Alberta : ALTA
23
What lumberjacks might rinse off their hands : RESIN
25
D__b__i's hom__: Abbr. : UAE
28
Spy snitch (what are the odds?) : SYNTH
30
Covers up : SLEEP
33
L.A.-ism for a religion : ISLAM
34
Substituting for singer Collins, you might say : FILLINGIN
35
Mooches off of dealers : FREELOADS
37
Goes nuts over an informal denial : GUESSNOT
39
One who agrees "That's where the Ewoks live, all right?" : ENDORSEE
41
Every other part of Calgary : CLAY
42
Miss Chen : KIT
43
Umbilical cord, so to speak : YOUTUBE
47
Feeling the weight of two G's, say : SAGGY
48
Nothing but E : PUREE
49
A Starbucks size under any circumstances : ATALL
50
Amount __ __ __ __ __ly : TOTAL
52
Paste delicacies at cocktail parties : PATES
55
___ pan (bakery vessel) : PITA
57
In hiking or park exploring, something to eat : GORP
60
Speaker's hour : OUR
61
Big hairstyle, for short : FRO
Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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