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Mark Diehl
Mark Diehl

NY Times, Sun, Apr 10, 2016 PUNS AND ANAGRAMS

Author:
Mark Diehl
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30, Across Lite
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P
2
R
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O
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P
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S
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U
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P
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Z
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E
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B
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R
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A
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S
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B
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R
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A
V
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A
R
O
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D
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A
L
A
R
M
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R
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F
R
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E
A
I
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N
O
T
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S
A
U
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N
T
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R
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G
N
U
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D
C
O
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N
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V
O
I
D
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H
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F
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J
K
R
O
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W
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L
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N
G
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L
A
V
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D
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R
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Y
A
L
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E
A
S
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L
S
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S
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O
U
V
E
N
I
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R
S
T
A
N
D
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S
A
B
L
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S
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N
O
T
E
S
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P
L
I
E
S
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R
E
L
A
X
A
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N
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T
42
S
43
L
E
T
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N
E
A
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Y
E
A
H
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A
S
P
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F
O
U
R
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H
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S
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A
M
I
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S
L
A
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Y
E
R
S
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O
A
T
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B
R
A
N
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H
O
G
A
U
G
E
56
P
L
I
A
B
L
E
57
G
E
O
D
E
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S
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A
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© 2016, The New York Times
Across
1
Stage items lifted : PROPSUP
8
Things worn under ze blouses : ZEBRAS
14
Cause to ever be a mourner : BEREAVE
15
Shook or used a buzzer on : AROUSED
17
Mr. Earl, a person sounding an alert : ALARMER
18
Gas station sign to which I refer a motorist with a flat : FREEAIR
19
... Q R S U V W ... : NOT
20
Go along at nature's pace : SAUNTER
22
Animal back in Hungary : GNU
23
Pest control on CD : DCON
25
5 + 0 + 1 + 500 : VOID
26
Pairs of high fives : HIFI
27
Author whose first two initials fit between I-L wrong : JKROWLING
30
Mostly slaved over the wash : LAVED
31
Why lira gets exchanged into this : RIYAL
32
Leases stands : EASELS
33
It will sustain vendor of tchotchkes : SOUVENIRSTAND
36
It's a blessing having these furs : SABLES
37
Things set on a staff : NOTES
38
Provides with piles of food and drink : PLIES
39
They'll help you unwind at 10 Star Lane : RELAXANTS
43
Allows coup's end : LETS
44
Lean fellow : NEAL
45
Cry that might follow a "Hey!" : YEAH
46
Creature that will sap your vitality : ASP
47
Portions of ft./hours : FOURTHS
50
Kind of cable : AMI
51
Early S.S. killers : SLAYERS
53
Silage consigned to a barn : OATBRAN
55
Measurer of the popularity of Don's music : HOGAUGE
56
Yielding to A.P. libel : PLIABLE
57
Poems in praise of an appliance maker : GEODES
58
Went off on one's rest day : STRAYED
Down
1
Letters before -UNK in a lunchbox : PBANDJ
2
Secure le cork again : RELOCK
3
One who can roar to a crowd : ORATOR
4
Mr. Simmons : PER
5
Club selling mass quantities : SAMS
6
Colorful part of Ave. U : UVEA
7
Person in a ravine up in the Andes : PERUVIAN
8
Plump Arizona gift : ZAFTIG
9
Inferred in the end by mistake : ERRED
10
African robe : BOER
11
Street in Western Europe : RUE
12
Foregone, like in savage conclusions : ASAGIVEN
13
Sitcom in which George and Elaine were fed lines : SEINFELD
16
Actress Joanne's driver's license and such : DRUIDS
21
N connected to the Internet + AR : NONLINEAR
24
U.N.'s role in anarchy : NORULES
26
Provides input regarding a sashay : HASASAY
28
They have views on marriage : WIVES
29
Compounds in polyester : LYES
30
Paint in two Gulf states : LATEX
32
A Spaniard makes a set of this : ESTA
33
Goalless record : SALESLOG
34
Where a big poet was described in the end : OBITPAGE
35
Desks for trollops : ROLLTOPS
36
Spanish whip : SPLASH
39
Does the opposite after one sees you are wasteful : REUSES
40
Like Barney vis-à-vis Fred on "The Flintstones" : NEARBY
41
Part of a meal at a fiesta : TAMALE
42
Made glisten, as any dish : SHINED
44
Where natives of Oslo are gone : NORGE
47
Boot : butte :: food : ____ : FEUD
48
Stop after 46-Across : HALT
49
What angry Artie is causing : STIR
52
Ming dynasty name : YAO
54
Call from the A.B.A. : BAA
Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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