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New York Times, Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Author:
Mel Rosen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mel Rosen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 44 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Rosen. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2006, The New York TimesNo. 0111 ( 20,518 )

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Students & seniors
Across
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Dismay : APPAL
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Like flags : SEWN
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Rap sheet letters : AKA
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Ragú rival : PREGO
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Native Canadian : CREE
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Hasty escape : LAM
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Tchaikovsky overture : EIGHTEENTWELVE
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Carrier to Europe : KLM
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S ___ sugar : ASIN
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Former Georgia senator Sam : NUNN
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Frost-covered : RIMY
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Boiling point of water on the Celsius scale : ONEHUNDRED
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Noted painter of flowers : OKEEFFE
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Opposite end of the point : ERASER
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Composer Franck : CESAR
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Best Picture of 1958 : GIGI
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Number of plays attributed to William Shakespeare : THIRTYSEVEN
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"Rats!" : DARN
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Decorative pitchers : EWERS
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"___ Mucho" : BESAME
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Can't-miss proposition : SUREBET
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Heinz tally of flavors : FIFTYSEVEN
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"Star Trek" helmsman : SULU
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Fuji film competitor : AGFA
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"What ___ can I say?" : ELSE
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Test site : LAB
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Sum of 16-, 24-, 33- and 47-Across : TWOTHOUSANDSIX
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Plane domain : AIR
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Brewer's kiln : OAST
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Staring intently : AGAZE
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Growing fig.? : HGT
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Squeaks (out) : EKES
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Flying Pan : PETER
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Boorish : APELIKE
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Most stiffly proper : PRIMMEST
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Good baseball throw : PEG
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Turkish title : AGHA
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Much : LOTSOF
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Locale : SCENE
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Directional suffix : ERN
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Freshly painted : WET
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Fresh : NEW
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Fascination : ALLURE
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Julie known as the voice of Marge Simpson : KAVNER
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Fix : AMEND
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Article in Die Zeit : EINE
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Extremes : ENDS
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Former McDonald's head Ray : KROC
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"Woo-hoo!" : YEAH
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"___ an Englishman" ("H.M.S. Pinafore" song) : HEIS
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Impel : URGE
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Less worldly : NAIVER
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Islamic Sabbath : FRIDAY
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Ob-___ : GYN
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Butts : RAMS
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Koala's hangout : TREE
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Pasture parents : EWES
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Convert to a fine spray : NEBULIZE
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Salon treatment : RELAXER
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One-inch pencil, for example : STUB
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V.I.P. : BIGWIG
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Physical exertion : EFFORT
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Photo repro : STAT
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Ward of "The Fugitive," 1993 : SELA
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Open with a pop : UNSNAP
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Political party in Palestine : FATAH
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Sleeveless garments : VESTS
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Barely beat : EDGE
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Make a bed? : HOE
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Furniture wood : OAK
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Homonym for 36-Down : USE
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Convened : SAT

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle.

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