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New York Times, Saturday, January 22, 2005

Author:
Byron Walden
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Byron Walden

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: {BQZ} This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 0122 ( 20,164 )
Across
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Hit hard : SMACKEDUP
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Strength : SINEW
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Native of a European capital : MADRILENO
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Not keep one's feelings pent up : EMOTE
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No small favor : ALOTTOASK
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"Enough!" : CANIT
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Antarctica's ___ Ice Shelf : LARSEN
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Sign of hostility : HISS
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Doc ___, Spider-Man foe : OCK
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Large amount of fudge? : LIE
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"The Last Days of Pompeii" heroine : IONE
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Kind of torch : TIKI
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W.W. II org. : OSS
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Pigeonlike birds : SANDGROUSES
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Travels freely around the world : JETSETS
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Sole options : FILLETS
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Governmental suffix : CRAT
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"Breaking ___ Hard to Do" : UPIS
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Unveiling phrase : ETVOILA
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People who call themselves the Diné : NAVAJOS
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It provides a light finish : CHIFFONCAKE
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Employer of Walter Cronkite and David Brinkley, once : UPI
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Book part : LEAF
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Record keeper's concern : STAT
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Range part: Abbr. : MTN
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Like Schubert's Mass No. 2 : ING
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Org. for the Denver Gold and Chicago Blitz : USFL
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Set pieces? : MOSAIC
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Advocate of "justicialismo" : PERON
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Z stands for it in electronics : IMPEDANCE
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Mystic : SWAMI
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Primitive capacitor : LEYDENJAR
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Terraplane's predecessor, in old autodom : ESSEX
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Weapon that Reagan called the "Peacekeeper" : MXMISSILE
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Starting breakfast drink : SMALLOJ
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Funk : MALAISE
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Love, as "thou" might do in a hymn : ADOREST
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Some touch screens, briefly : CRTS
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End of many a string : KITE
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The Phoenix of the Southern Conference : ELON
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Grp. that has agony over ecstasy? : DEA
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Like mustangs, for example : UNSHOD
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Ribbing : POKINGFUNAT
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Small ticks? : SECS
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"Hallelujah, ___ Bum" (Al Jolson film) : IMA
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Ideal for engines and audio equipment : NONOISE
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Contemporary travel convenience : ETICKET
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Sign of warm affection : WETKISS
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Two-time L.P.G.A. champ born in Korea : SERIPAK
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Land development? : INSTANTFILM
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Home of the Jaycees' national headquarters : TULSA
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See 52-Down : SERIF
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Flummoxed : ATALOSS
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Tartar sauce ingredient : OLIVE
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Knock, with "at" : SCOFF
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Cover-up at the highest levels? : ECLIPSE
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Prime time follower : THENEWS
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Pep pills? : VIAGRAS
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1995 Robin Williams film : JUMANJI
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Kind of glass : OPTICAL
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Not forced : SINCERE
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Baja cuisine : CALMEX
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System for servers : UNIX
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Start to care? : MEDI
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Some tributes : ODES
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With 27-Down, like some letters : SANS
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Lament of Lady Capulet : OME
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English novelist Barbara : PYM

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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