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Samuel A. Donaldson
Samuel A. Donaldson

NY Times, Sun Jun 9, 2024 Puns and Anagrams

Author:
Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor:
Joel Fagliano
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30
1
B
2
A
3
C
4
K
5
S
6
T
7
A
8
B
9
T
10
A
11
I
12
P
13
A
14
N
15
A
L
I
E
N
A
T
E
16
E
L
N
I
N
O
17
T
O
N
E
A
R
M
S
18
R
E
V
O
T
E
19
S
T
E
P
P
E
20
T
21
E
R
R
I
N
E
S
22
M
O
S
23
S
24
L
A
T
T
E
25
G
26
A
27
S
U
P
28
P
29
R
E
P
30
R
E
31
V
32
S
33
L
E
T
M
E
34
R
A
M
I
35
O
R
E
O
36
I
R
A
37
N
38
E
A
T
E
N
39
S
40
I
N
N
41
D
O
R
42
M
43
L
Y
O
N
44
A
45
N
N
O
Y
46
E
S
T
A
47
I
S
N
T
48
D
O
G
M
A
49
S
Y
50
S
C
O
51
S
52
P
I
T
53
S
54
E
M
O
L
I
N
55
A
56
A
S
H
57
A
58
R
59
P
60
A
R
A
R
A
T
61
P
62
A
S
T
O
R
A
L
63
I
N
L
A
T
E
64
O
P
T
I
M
I
Z
E
65
L
O
L
L
E
D
66
P
R
E
C
E
D
E
D
© 2024, The New York Times
Across
1
1-Down : BACKSTAB
9
Paint a James Clavell novel : TAIPAN
15
What happened after the extraterrestrial fasted : ALIENATE
16
Online weather phenomenon : ELNINO
17
Nearmost parts of turntables : TONEARMS
18
Do-over caused by a vetoer : REVOTE
19
___ aerobics (grasslands exercise class) : STEPPE
20
Reinsert, as casserole dishes : TERRINES
22
Maoists, oddly : MOSS
24
Coffee drink that sounds like the French tea : LATTE
25
Fill a pug's tank : GASUP
28
Like all the letters from A to O : PREP
30
Gets ready to race a couple of preachers : REVS
33
"I'll take it from here," finally : LETME
34
Man found in a pyramid : RAMI
35
Cookie consumed by storeowners : OREO
36
Glass on the air : IRA
37
Eaten in opposite directions : NEATENS
40
Coasting, per the gearshift : INN
41
Letters that can follow GRANDA : DORM
43
Only city on the Rhone : LYON
44
"It's that Raggedy doll? Sheesh!" : ANNOY
46
Si follower, in Spanish : ESTA
47
Ceases to be tins : ISNT
48
She nurses puppies : DOGMA
49
Food service giant that's into lousy scotch : SYSCO
51
Hospital center : SPIT
53
No emails about pasta ingredient : SEMOLINA
56
Key, as a string instrument : ASHARP
60
"I smell ___," Noah stuttered : ARARAT
61
Rustic church leader Sharpton : PASTORAL
63
Arr__vi__g wel__ __f__er curf__w : INLATE
64
Perfect a ziti poem : OPTIMIZE
65
Took things easy and audibly replied with a guffaw : LOLLED
66
Came before P.D. decree : PRECEDED
Down
1
1-Across : BATS
2
A parking area, often : ALOT
3
French theater composed of carbon, iodine andneon : CINE
4
Castle tower's matron : KEEPMUM
5
Unlock pans? Nope! : SNAPOPEN
6
Reportedly damages container weights : TARES
7
It sends out bills every other autumn : ATM
8
Top bets : BEST
9
A reprint of "A Turtle" : TERRAPIN
10
Warn later : ALERT
11
Tri-vino fertilization process : INVITRO
12
3.14159 + 1 + 2.71828 + 0 : PIONEERING
13
Neat wager : ANTE
14
Opposi__g v__t__ __ : NOES
21
Lab table made by steel men : ELEMENTS
23
Snaky character "victimizes" : SPRAYSON
25
Skate on gelid water : GLIDE
26
Houston hockey team that arose in 1994 : AEROS
27
Spooner's Wi-Fi-enabled kiosk : STARTSMALL
29
Ran to betray : RATON
31
1,000 + 1 + 5 in reverse : VENOM
32
A nosy niece of Uncle Vanya : SONYA
38
One of the Manning brothers credited in a footnote : ELICITED
39
Its acids can be cruel : SADISTIC
42
Spring grad school exam : MAYORAL
45
Still on third base, say : NOTHOME
50
__hing__e m__ __ __rial : SLATE
52
A step after cut or copy : PASTE
53
"For ___" (mariner's specification) : SAIL
54
Governor's inner name : ERNO
55
A soda, for one : APOP
57
Like a desert raid : ARID
58
Bring down or lift to one's ear : RAZE
59
Desperately asked after Sam : PLED
62
When pros try to beat par at the Masters: Abbr. : APR
Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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