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Daniel Raymon
Daniel Raymon

NY Times, Sun, Jul 11, 2021 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Daniel Raymon
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 28
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Social Security Administration operating in four states : MISSAMERICA
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Part of a paramedic procedure : CPR
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Expresses a rustic tale well : ARTICULATES
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Pr_specto_'s qu_st : ORE
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What a fellow does to an envelope : HEADDRESSES
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Tally opener : MEN
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Cartoon character in Acapulco : APU
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It's used to photograph an engine part : CAM
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Seat sat in just to see if it works : ASATEST
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Sent some bills : TENS
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Lean roster : LIST
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Soccer star in the semis : MESSI
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Clubs for 1,000 top pilots : MACES
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Give rise to : SIRE
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The first 14 loads : ATON
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Good Twitter handle for a bridge player or a palmist : ATHAND
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Philippine language around the north : TAGALONG
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Like a son competing with old pa, i.e. : OEDIPAL
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What an achiever of mid-goals might say : IMSOGLAD
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Part that de Manx cat lacks : DETAIL
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Backdoor : ROOD
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Up to plow : TILL
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River you can see in France : SEINE
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Where some Asians are, OK? : KOREA
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Look past MNO : SEEP
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What Mars takes up, in myth : ARMS
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Itching for a fight, as over waste paper : SCRAPPY
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Redloh god toh : NUB
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Lived in western Washington : WAS
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One leaving Ohio : OHO
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Fruit bigger than a grape, to name one : POMEGRANATE
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Plaintive call, in some way : MEW
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Appliance near to stove : TOASTEROVEN
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Stumbles in hospitals : ERS
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_ _e ke_ _s _ _ _ _rov_ _ _afe : SHEPHERDESS
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Head covering mother holds : MAHATMA
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Emphatic words to rate pie : IREPEAT
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Loyal U.S. chant : STAUNCH
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IDs guy : SID
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Rock group in A.D. 200 : ACDC
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_ _seum a_t on a w_ _l : MURAL
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Resins from elms, i.e. : ELEMIS
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Do_m le_der_ : RAS
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Warning to sit apart : ITSATRAP
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Letters to confiscate, reportedly : CEES
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Indian region known to amass silk : ASSAM
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Wakes up in some cot : COMESTO
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Person's exhortation not to quit : PRESSON
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Paying to use ring.net : RENTING
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Dark greenish-blue et al. : TEAL
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Kind of son : SEA
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Slide it to stay on the shelf : SITIDLE
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Kiss song in England : SNOG
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Aged cry : EGAD
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___ cards (fraternity jokesters) : DELT
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Drinks on sale : ALES
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Girl in cartoon media, say : DAISYMAE
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Smokier, to an asthmatic, maybe : IRKSOME
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One borrowing $100? Oh, more : MOOCHER
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Cau_es _f fu_ _ _ _ed brow_ : SORROWS
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Music halls in auto dealerships : ODEA
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Eat, drink : TEA
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A waiver from a radio station : AIRWAVE
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It means "prisoners" : INMATES
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Speech lessons : LESSENS
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Distance of nth leg : LENGTH
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P-places to live: Abbr. : APPTS
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Just an "A" sound : PUREE
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Ring up : POOH
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Lawyer group with Republican attorney general, once : BARR
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Mind-reading, in particular: Abbr. : ESP
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A, B, C, E, F, G ... : NOD
Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle.

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