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New York Times, Thursday, January 25, 2001

Author:
Robert H. Wolfe
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Robert H. Wolfe

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 44 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0125 ( 18,706 )

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Across
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Is in another form? : WAS
4
Rodin sculpture at the Met : ADAM
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Best and others : EDNAS
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Accident scene arrival: Abbr. : EMT
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Hindi relative : URDU
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Brewers' needs : YEASTS
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See 32-Across : DOR
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Morse T's : DAHS
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Parisian palace : ELYSEE
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Method of plant propagation : SEEDAGE
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___ Simbel, Egypt : ABU
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Cartesian conclusion : IAM
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Apiary? : BEECOMPLEX
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Mr., in Mysore : SRI
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Saved on supper, perhaps : ATEIN
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Winglike appendages : ALAE
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Make doilies : TAT
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Shaky problem : DTS
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Court target : RIM
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With 17-Across, Dijon's department : COTE
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Decongestant, maybe : SPRAY
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Mountain : TON
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Saharan sights : DUNES
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Like ___ of sunshine : ARAY
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___ Avivian : TEL
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Three Stooges prop : PIE
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"The One I Love" singers : REM
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Golfer Ballesteros : SEVE
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Ax : LETGO
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Ninny : ASS
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Danny's allowance? : KAYERATION
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"Do ___ Diddy Diddy" (1964 hit) : WAH
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Justice Fortas : ABE
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Fast, informally : HISPEED
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Rabbitlike rodent : AGOUTI
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Fictional terrier : TOTO
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Prefix with athlete : TRI
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Gist : KERNEL
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Took too much, briefly : ODED
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Cabinet dept. : HUD
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Boxer's threat : SNARL
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"White Christmas" dancer ___-Ellen : VERA
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Ambient music pioneer : ENO
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Makes one : WEDS
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It forms food vacuoles : AMOEBA
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It may be curbed : STREET
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Nerve : AUDACITY
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Chinese parade features : DRAGONS
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Leigh Hunt's "Abou Ben ___" : ADHEM
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Some fraternity chapters : MUS
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Superman's revealing piercer? : EYEBEAM
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Very fine : DELUXE
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Formal refusal : NAY
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Help with, as a project : ASSISTON
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Zinc ___ (ointment ingredient) : STEARATE
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Arabs, e.g. : SEMITES
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Time to honor Sandra? : DEEDAY
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Bushed : ALLIN
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One out? : PAROLEE
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Pool ball hitter? : CUETIP
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Malaysian state : SARAWAK
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Harbingers : PRESAGES
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It's blown on Yom Kippur : RAMSHORN
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"If I Were a Rich Man" singer : TEVYE
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Tab, e.g. : DIETSODA
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Charge for an afternoon social? : TEABILL
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Cornrow creator : PLAITER
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Ice lander? : SKATER
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"Roman Elegies" author : GOETHE
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Like some ball games : ONERUN
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___ Island : RHODE
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Prank : DIDO
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"___ voce poco fa" (Rossini aria) : UNA
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Mazel ___ : TOV

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

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