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New York Times, Saturday, January 19, 2002

Author:
Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gilbert H. Ludwig

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2002, The New York TimesNo. 0119 ( 19,065 )
Across
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Liquor-laced dessert : TIRAMISU
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Mad as hops : FEDUP
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Oafish : INELEGANT
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Like a member of the fold : OVINE
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Mollusk gatherer : SCALLOPER
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Like some classic films, now : RECUT
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What fans do : ROOT
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Radical : EXTREME
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Moist : DEWY
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Brat Pack member : SHEEDY
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Harvard hater? : ELI
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Still not there : LATE
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Rip off : DETACH
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South-of-the-border bad guy : BANDOLERO
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Imposing estate : VILLA
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Places where students may face hurdles : RIDINGACADEMIES
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Combined : INONE
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They're revolting : MUTINEERS
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Wasteful things? : SEWERS
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Eye : LENS
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Valueless : NIL
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March event, maybe : EASTER
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Humans, e.g. : RACE
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"The Mambo Kings" star, 1992 : ASSANTE
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Math constitutes half of it: Abbr. : PSAT
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Market town : BOURG
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Like Miss Muffet, ultimately : SCAREDOFF
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Wife or daughter of Victor Hugo : ADELE
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Ex-president's income, in part : HONORARIA
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Don Juan : SATYR
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Historical figure in "Henry VI, Part II" : SOMERSET
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"My country" follower : TIS
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Fortune shelfmate : INC
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1954 suspense classic : REARWINDOW
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Fusion : ALLOY
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Dramatic opening? : MELO
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"___ Shoes" (old spiritual) : IGOT
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See 15-Down : SAP
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"___ Vie" (Maupassant novel) : UNE
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W.W. II training center near Boston : FORTDEVENS
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Without exception : EVERYTIME
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Need for some games : DICE
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Coined word? : UNUM
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Journalist Hamill : PETE
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With 7-Down, it's seen on some trunks : TREE
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Deleted : XED
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Ruins : DEBRIS
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The Lily Maid of Astolat : ELAINE
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It may be picked up or let off : STEAM
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Mythological hero with "douze travaux" : HERCULE
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Silver-mounted figure : LONERANGER
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H.S. class : ALG
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Disaffecting people : ALIENATORS
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Divine : CLERIC
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Bug : HASSLE
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Avoid having to wait for a table, maybe : DINEEARLY
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Film shot in stages? : OATER
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Racket : DIN
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New craft of '68 : SST
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TV host turned New Ager : TESH
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Kind of screen : RADAR
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Cry of French 40-Across : ABAS
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Schweppes product : SODA
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Feeder filler : SUET
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Limo destination, perhaps : PROM
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Heat-cracked : SERE
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Yellow pages listings: Abbr. : COS
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"I'll take that as ___" : ANO
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Disapproving cry : FIE
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Cause of some unwanted expansion : FAT

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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