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SNOW WHITE'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

New York Times, Sunday, January 22, 2012

2000 musical with the song "Fortune Favors the Brave"

Author:
Adam Fromm
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 134, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Fromm. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2012, The New York Times1/22/12 ( No. 22,720 )
Across
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Colo. ___, Colo. : SPR
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1040 preparer, for short : CPA
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Heartbeat : MOMENT
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Plied with spirits : WINED
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Shakespeare : THEBARD
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National Forensic League skill : ORATION
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Rare violin : AMATI
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Royal house until the early 20th century : ROMANOV
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Bad occupation for Sleepy? : NIGHTWATCHMAN
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One : UNITED
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Head of ancient Sparta? : SIGMA
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Hardest to ship, say : BULKIEST
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Bad occupation for Happy? : GOTHMUSICIAN
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Bit of wear for a fop : ASCOT
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Hero who debuted in Weird Tales magazine in 1932 : CONAN
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M.A. hopeful's ordeal : GRE
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Like Oscar Wilde's humor : WRY
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Ruler in a robe : EMIR
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Touch while running : TAG
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Home of two M.L.B. teams : CHI
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Villains in 1939's "Stagecoach" : APACHES
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Last ___ : RITES
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Ones running away with the game? : POACHERS
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Mrs. Robinson's daughter : ELAINE
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Having hands, maybe : ANALOG
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Bad occupation for Sneezy? : FLORALARRANGER
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More than a quarter of the earth's crust, by mass : SILICON
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Longtime Yankee nickname : AROD
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Spot for a flame : WICK
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Bad occupation for Grumpy? : MOTIVATIONALSPEAKER
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2000 musical with the song "Fortune Favors the Brave" : AIDA
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Diplomatic, say : NICE
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Some juices : ENZYMES
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Bad occupation for Dopey? : ALGEBRATEACHER
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Grippers : TALONS
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Spanish dish : PAELLA
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Classic figure in a top hat : UNCLESAM
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It needs to be fed frequently : METER
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Best in the market : OUTSELL
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Last word of "Finnegans Wake" : THE
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___ Canals : SOO
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Gives a darn? : SEWS
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Bridge maker's deg. : DDS
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Biblical mount : ASS
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Singer John : ELTON
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Common tattoo spot : CHEST
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Bad occupation for Doc? : VILLAGEIDIOT
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Hippocampus hippocampus, e.g. : SEAHORSE
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Mishmashes : OLIOS
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Employee of the month award, say : PLAQUE
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Bad occupation for Bashful? : TVPERSONALITY
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Waldorf salad ingredients : WALNUTS
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Sports anchor Rich : EISEN
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Attacked ground units, in a way : STRAFED
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Honchos : BIGGIES
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Lands in a puddle, maybe : PLOPS
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Accent : STRESS
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___-Magnon : CRO
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___-la-la : TRA
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Kerri ___, U.S. gymnastics star at the 1996 Olympics : STRUG
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45 player : PHONO
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Pay up : REMIT
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Cave ___ : CANEM
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One going to market : PRODUCT
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Daily or weekly: Abbr. : ADV
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"Friends" role : MONICA
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(0,0), on a graph : ORIGIN
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Eruption sight : MAGMA
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"___ Frome" : ETHAN
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A picky person may pick one : NIT
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Trailer attachment : TOWBAR
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Bananas : WACKO
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"Somebody shot me!" : IMHIT
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Questionnaire blank : NAME
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Airport postings, for short : ETAS
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Force : DINT
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Subject of dozens of Degas paintings : BATH
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Vertigo symptom : NAUSEA
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Group with the 1995 #1 hit "Waterfalls" : TLC
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Honor like a troubadour : SINGOF
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Bar that shrinks : SOAP
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Miss : GIRL
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Like four U.S. presidents : WHIG
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Mathematician Descartes : RENE
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River to the North Sea : YSER
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Chapters in history : ERAS
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Half note : MINIM
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Novelist Calvino : ITALO
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Like lanterns at the start of evening : RELIT
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Log : CHRONICLE
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Big bother : HEADACHE
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Degree of interest? : PERCENT
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"Voilà!" : ALAKAZAM
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Fire : CAN
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Convivial : SOCIABLE
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Jai ___ : ALAI
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Funeral song in Scotland : CORONACH
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Cuts : SAWS
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Become a YouTube sensation : GOVIRAL
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Finally edible : RIPE
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Zip : NADA
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Duo with the 2003 hit "All the Things She Said" : TATU
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Levi's alternative : LEES
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Actors MacLachlan and Chandler : KYLES
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Serve up some ham? : EMOTE
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Extend, in a way : RENEW
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Georgia and Moldova, once: Abbr. : SSRS
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Like two peas in ___ : APOD
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Hail : LAUD
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Is allowed (to) : GETS
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Overhead transports : ELS
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Tolkien's tree creatures : ENTS
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Some Jamaicans : RASTAS
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"Switched-On Bach" instrument : MOOG
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Snares : LASSOS
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Not a great hand for raising : ONEPAIR
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Surgical inserts : STENTS
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Aristocracies : ELITES
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Big name in insurance : LLOYDS
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[Give me the worm! Give me the worm!] : CHEEP
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Hallmark of the Philadelphia sound : HORNS
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Sounds of hesitation : ERS
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Relating to the palm of the hand : VOLAR
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Apple software bundle that includes GarageBand : ILIFE
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Volunteer's cry : ILLGO
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"Shoot!" : DANG
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Disgruntled worker's parting cry : IQUIT
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External : OUTER
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"The Gondoliers" bride : TESSA
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Ballet bit : STEP
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Malevolent : EVIL
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Lhasa ___ : APSO
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"Either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul Gauguin : ART
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Fighters' org. : WBC

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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