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New York Times, Tuesday, January 2, 2001

Author:
Sarah Keller
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Sarah Keller

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry. This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0102 ( 18,683 )

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Across
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Port on Osaka Bay : KOBE
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Fess up : ADMIT
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"Hey, you!" : PSST
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"Since ___ You Baby" (1956 hit) : IMET
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Satchel on the field : PAIGE
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Exit location, often : REAR
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Mall locale : WASHINGTON
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Germany's ___ von Bismarck : OTTO
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Umpire's decision : INSIDE
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Slept like a hen : ROOSTED
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Manila envelope feature : CLASP
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Amtrak transportation : RAIL
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Tooth problem : DECAY
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Means of escape : OUT
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Stoop parts : STEPS
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Month after Av : ELUL
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One with an all-over tan : NUDIST
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___ culpa : MEA
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Beyond tipsy : LIT
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Sites for skirmishes : BORDERS
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Night school subj. : ESL
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Broadbrim, e.g. : HAT
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Marcos, the shoe collector : IMELDA
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Golden rule preposition : UNTO
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Mooring place : INLET
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Susan of "L.A. Law" : DEY
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John with an outrageous wardrobe : ELTON
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"Cómo ___ usted?" : ESTA
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Sordid : SEAMY
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Like the best towels : SOFTEST
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Apple variety : RUSSET
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Diva's delivery : ARIA
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Not doing much disciplining : PERMISSIVE
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Take five : REST
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Type size smaller than pica : ELITE
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Summers in Rouen : ETES
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Stadium near Shea : ASHE
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Katmandu's land : NEPAL
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Enraptured : SENT
Down
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Fuzzy fruit : KIWI
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Neighbor of Yemen : OMAN
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Porgy's mate : BESS
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Unlikely to cheat : ETHICAL
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Breathing problem : APNEA
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The U.N.'s ___ Hammarskjöld : DAG
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Cambridge sch. : MIT
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Prince in a Borodin opera : IGOR
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Pavarotti, e.g. : TENOR
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"To your health!" : PROSIT
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Suit ender : SETTLEMENT
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Satisfy fully : SATE
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Walked over : TROD
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Sans purpose : IDLY
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Brewery kilns : OASTS
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Now poor, as relations : SOURED
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Places to splash : PUDDLES
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Indian metropolis : DELHI
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Political pawn González : ELIAN
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Squid's cousin : CUTTLEFISH
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Color, hippie-style : TIEDYE
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Pasta topper : PESTO
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Locale for this puzzle's theme : SALON
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Pierre or Henri, e.g. : NOM
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Mme., in Madrid : SRA
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Please, in Potsdam : BITTE
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Joyce masterpiece : ULYSSES
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What you will : ESTATE
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Big birds : EMUS
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Rockies resort : ASPEN
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Israeli hard-liner Sharon : ARIEL
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Mrs. Roosevelt : SARA
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Assayers' stuff : ORES
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The "T" of TCI : TELE
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Webmaster's creation : SITE
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Roulette bet : EVEN
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Reason to cram : TEST
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Fictional sleeper : RIP
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Boston subway inits. : MTA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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