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New York Times, Monday, January 15, 2007

What marks and francs have been replaced with

Author:
David Pringle
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Pringle.
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© 2007, The New York Times1/15/07 ( No. 20,887 )
Across
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Church recess : APSE
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Wallop in the boxing ring : KAYO
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Catcher's position : SQUAT
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Deception : SHAM
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"Movin' ___" ("The Jeffersons" theme song) : ONUP
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What marks and francs have been replaced with : EUROS
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Singer Braxton : TONI
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Cunningness : WILE
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German word of appreciation : DANKE
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Special occasion : REDLETTERDAY
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Atty.'s org. : ABA
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___ constrictor : BOA
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Arctic bird : AUK
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Oz musical, with "The" : WIZ
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Beatles movie : YELLOWSUBMARINE
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State Farm's business: Abbr. : INS
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Cry loudly : SOB
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ET transporters : UFOS
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Bank contents : MONEY
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Unilever soap brand : LUX
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Film critic Roger : EBERT
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Wide-eyed : AGOG
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___ Lingus : AER
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Roman 111 : CXI
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Winner of the first Super Bowl : GREENBAYPACKERS
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Sushi fish : EEL
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Dadaist Jean : ARP
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Motorist's way: Abbr. : RTE
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"Shucks!" : GEE
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Where to find the colors in this puzzle : TRAFFICLIGHT
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Gather, logically : INFER
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Home of Città del Vaticano : ROMA
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Fit of temper : SNIT
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Capital of Ecuador : QUITO
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Spoken : ORAL
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Raced (through) : TORE
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Cast about : STREW
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Nerve : GALL
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S-shaped molding : OGEE
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Off course : ASTRAY
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One of the friends on "Friends" : PHOEBE
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Beach footwear : SANDAL
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1928 Oscar winner Jannings : EMIL
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Acts obsequiously : KOWTOWS
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Singer Bryant and others : ANITAS
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Christmastime : YULE
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Area from which to hear an aria : OPERABOX
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Pop crooner Neil : SEDAKA
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Waterfront site : QUAY
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Vase : URN
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"Thumbs up" : AOK
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Mao ___-tung : TSE
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Piano key wood : EBONY
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Boneheaded : DUMB
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Bride, after the vows : WIFE
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"Are you ___ out?" : INOR
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Spiciness : ZEST
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Feudal lord : LIEGE
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Unconscionably high interest : USURY
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Hungarian cube maker : RUBIK
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Caster of spells : MAGE
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Fairy-tale meanie : OGRE
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Christmas song : NOEL
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Spring game? : LEAPFROG
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Do well (at) : EXCEL
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Start of a magician's cry : ABRA
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Raspberry : CATCALL
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Not wide : NARROW
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First : PRIMAL
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Holiday quaff : EGGNOG
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Put on the payroll again : REHIRE
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Parlor piece : SETTEE
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French head : TETE
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"___ good time, call …" : FORA
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"That's all there ___ it!" : ISTO
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Figs. averaging 100 : IQS
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Macadamia, e.g. : NUT
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Spruce relative : FIR

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