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Andy Kravis
Andy Kravis
Andrew Ries
Andrew Ries

NY Times, Sun, Apr 05, 2020 Puns and Anagrams

Author:
Andy Kravis and Andrew J. Ries
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30, Across Lite, PDF
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R
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U
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L
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L
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A
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V
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I
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C
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O
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P
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C
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K
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D
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M
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K
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R
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R
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O
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R
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T
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R
A
G
U
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D
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K
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W
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D
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U
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R
U
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R
N
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R
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O
U
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D
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I
M
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S
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A
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M
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O
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N
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M
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H
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F
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R
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Y
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P
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© 2020, The New York Times
Across
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Having almost no corrosion : RUSTLES
8
Like some language cavils : SLAVIC
14
Apt title for Georges Seurat's memoir : ONPOINT
15
Indy 500 auto from Warsaw : POLECAR
17
Oh, see a malt beverage : CLAMATO
18
Outermost Mex. tree : EXTREME
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Child's joke : KID
20
Compiler of names of geniuses : MENSA
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East's selling point : ASSET
23
Cries of terror heard : EKES
25
True stereo, when every second counts : RETRO
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Woman who's a bit of a sweet talker : ETTA
28
Fix, as a tree's broken limb : RESET
30
B__ __nd of spa__hetti sa__ce : RAGU
31
D / K : DORK
32
Drops back : WED
34
Peace Nobelist's skirt : TUTU
36
Cruel heart : RUE
37
Rev(4:00, 7:30)olve : TURNAROUNDTIMES
42
Newspaper section : APE
43
Name for part of a horse : MANE
44
"Either ___" ("You choose where to sit in the galley") : OAR
45
Rabid fan of the Nats : STAN
47
Check back : METS
49
City where a hair fad mostly started : HAIFA
53
Single flight to Oslo : SOLO
54
It rates a page in a flower guide : ASTER
56
One who respects nobody, intrinsically : SNOB
57
Who might fix the typho in this clue : EDITH
59
Like an empty Pennsylvania city : EERIE
61
Little beer left : DUB
62
Hawaiian garland + Z + I ... can you see? : LAZYEYE
64
Where to find top of church : INSPIRE
66
Guided to Deseret : STEERED
67
Views of spas, etc. : ASPECTS
68
What 'enry 'iggins does at a red light : ESTOPS
69
Mi__ __, i__ch, lea__ue and o__ __er__ : LENGTHS
Down
1
Chair for an electric guitarist : ROCKER
2
Dissimilar, in Luke : UNLIKE
3
Some cards that are passed out : SPADES
4
___ B. Stone, cemetery manager : TOM
5
Mail man : LIAM
6
Nonstarting center : ENTER
7
High-minded sort : STONER
8
Sharp shooter : SPEARGUN
9
What a bagel shop uses for security : LOX
10
Ski resort in Gibraltar : ALTA
11
Like an experienced poet : VERSED
12
Crystal gale : ICESTORM
13
Happened to cure meat : CAMETRUE
16
Seek art in new instances of filming : RETAKES
21
Law about "E.T." : STATUETTE
24
Stitched in all four directions : SEWN
26
Beat at a hairstyling competition : OUTDO
29
Lead-in to "mate" : TEAM
33
Physician leading a physicians' org. : DRAMA
35
Where pioneers once built a hut : UTAH
37
S__r__nd__ on __om__ cornsta__k__ : TASSELS
38
Like a top duet in modern times : UPTODATE
39
Gets sleazier : REALIZES
40
Odes seen regarding likely winners : ONESEEDS
41
Where two-thirds of raises may be invested : IRAS
46
Procrastinator's reply to "nyet" : NOTYET
48
Soap opera, e.g., in Israel : SERIAL
50
Indicate A&E is missing : INDICT
51
Go ___ and multiply (not be in the top three in arithmetic class) : FOURTH
52
A f-first lady of the 1940s : ABBESS
55
Wash off resin : RINSE
58
Protagonist in "On the Road" : HERO
60
Where to watch the Pens play hockey : ESPN
63
What you exclaim positively, at first : YEP
65
Rho, e.g. : PEG
Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle.

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