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Joel Fagliano
Joel Fagliano

NY Times, Sun, Jun 03, 2018 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Joel Fagliano
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27
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M
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G
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G
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© 2018, The New York Times
Across
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Result of a series of brainstorms : IDEALIST
9
It sounds like more than a lot : ALLOTS
15
Learn about divorces : DISCOVER
16
Hot dog served with wine, i.e. : WIENIE
17
Negation of a notable tragedy : ANTIGONE
18
A liberal arts school in Maine : ABATES
19
It sounds like he'd listen : HEED
20
Olympic race taking place in the year 50 : RELAY
22
Unwelcome trait in a sales associate : SASS
23
Rest's end : ORE
24
Sees lye in a recurring pattern : CYCLE
25
"Thanks, Mr. Ice!" : MERCI
26
Memos about a French river : SOMME
28
Where the ale is in a supermarket : AISLE
30
Good start : GOO
31
A '50s detergent : ALL
33
Like ones hurt during Reconstruction : SOUTHERN
35
GEL : BACKLEG
39
Pirates switching directions : PILATES
40
It serves a dual need for most cars : UNLEADED
42
Oddly shifty : SIT
43
Stu__ge__n __ggs : ROE
44
Adjusted to steer : RESET
46
Finger ___ (thumb wars) : FEUDS
50
Takes garbs : GRABS
52
Epics with alternate endings : SPICE
54
Architect's pay hearing : PEI
55
Evil man : LEVI
56
How sweet It. is : DOLCE
57
Keep in the test : STET
58
Name part of the body - that's all I "ax" : AXILLA
60
It's OK if you shorten it : OKLAHOMA
62
Call the emergency room : RINGER
63
YEL : YELLOWER
64
Neighbor of Thyme Ave. and Rosemary Ln. : SAGEST
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A grad student spends it : STIPENDS
Down
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Said "Oh!" about potatoes : IDAHOS
2
Rode in with some money : DINERO
3
Spurs, Seahawks or Sabres : ESTEEM
4
Placido's heart : ACID
5
Loggerhead : LOG
6
4 or Y : IVORY
7
Ancient Roman at a seance : SENECA
8
Garden structure for Stiller : TRELLIS
9
___, ax, ___ : AWAY
10
Ad trailer : LIB
11
Contract given to Lisa without hesitation : LEASE
12
Not great, but accurate : ONTARGET
13
Esoteric ending for a competition : TIESCORE
14
Meetings with Trump's attorney general : SESSIONS
21
Pose as ___ (read palindromic stories) : AESOP
24
Recalls stocks of wine : CELLARS
25
Insurance? It's what I left me : METLIFE
27
Create a little Maine around Alaska : MAKE
29
Even Claudius knows this guy : LUIS
32
First paragraph in a title deed : LEDE
34
... but I and J are still hungry : HATE
35
With 50-Across, URL for thieves : BURGLARS
36
It results in a serious loss at an arena (11-0) : ANOREXIA
37
AB DEFG ... : CLEAVING
38
"___ we're clear ..." (painter's clarification) : GESSO
41
De tricks of de trade : DEPLOYS
45
What the cops cite Katie with : TICKET
47
G
R
U
B
: UPTOWN
48
Thought of me and Ed twice : DEEMED
49
Instruments played on stairs : SITARS
51
Nonsense from Mary J. Blige : BILGE
53
Instruments on the first mobile phone : CELLI
56
Output of Degas, DalĂ­ and Duchamp : DART
57
It fits around the hose : SHOE
59
Lesser half : LES
61
Inner continental peak : ALP
Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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