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New York Times, Friday, January 20, 1995

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JKQWZ} This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0120 ( 16,509 )

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Across
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One often called on for answers : TEACHERSPET
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One for the road : CAR
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Pointedly punctuated : EXCLAMATORY
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Atty.'s assn. : ABA
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Monitor for 12 Across : SPEEDOMETER
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Throw : PEG
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Reddish-brown horses : SORRELS
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Ship's peril : ICEBERG
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Malta or Martinique: Abbr. : ISL
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Food cooker : POT
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Part of the plot? : ACRE
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Current status : ACDC
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Magnetic attraction : IRON
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Get _____ of (see) : ALOAD
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Fourth Spanish letter : CHE
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Jalopy : HEAP
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Graceful and slim : SVELTE
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Ministry, perhaps : CALLING
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Androgen, e.g. : STEROID
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Sign up : ENLIST
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Jamie of "M*A*S*H" : FARR
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Holiday serving : NOG
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Union targets : SCABS
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Long dress : MAXI
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End of a 1/1 song : SYNE
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All dried up : SERE
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Forest god : PAN
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Jazz grp. : NBA
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1980's United Nations name : CUELLAR
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Roman statesman Marcus Vipsanius _____ : AGRIPPA
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Uncover, poetically : OPE
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Persian : ORIENTALRUG
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Some advice : DOS
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Certain brother : BENEDICTINE
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Vane direction : ENE
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Agree : SEEEYETOEYE
Down
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_____ Millay of "Red River" : TESS
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Big showcase : EXPO
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Maple genus : ACER
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Priest : CLERIC
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Charon's destination : HADES
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Skin softener : EMOLLIENT
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_____ horn (shofar) : RAMS
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Fr. holy one : STE
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Sleeping _____ : POTION
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At attention : ERECT
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Phoenician city : TYRE
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The British seized it in 1795 : CAPECOLONY
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Oddity : ABERRATION
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The brink : RAGGEDEDGE
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Cotton machine : BALER
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Detonate : POP
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9 on a hotel phone, e.g. : ACCESSCODE
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Run into : CHANCEUPON
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"Don't You Know" singer : DELLAREESE
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Unprestigious publication : RAG
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Say it's so : AVER
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Leak indicator : HISS
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Western attire : STRINGTIE
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Subject of media law : LIBEL
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Presidential instrument : SAX
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Geisha's accessory : FAN
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Thalassic : MARINE
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Reach by ship : SAILTO
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Gay _____ : PAREE
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Leaflike part : BRACT
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Easy questions : LOBS
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One of the Gibb brothers : ANDY
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_____-dieu : PRIE
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Brawnless : PUNY
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Palindromist Jon : AGEE
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Shoe width : EEE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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