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New York Times, Thursday, January 27, 1994

Author:
Betty Jorgensen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Betty Jorgensen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 70 for Ms. Jorgensen. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0127 ( 16,151 )
Across
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Beckoned : BADE
5
Arroyo : WADI
9
Edith Evans, e.g. : DAME
13
Travel writer Thollander : EARL
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Arrangement containers : VASES
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Enthralled : AGOG
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Start of a quip : THESMITHYMAKING
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"_____ was saying..." : ASI
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"Women Who Run With the Wolves" author : ESTES
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Appearance : LOOKS
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Stipple : DOT
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Rent out : LET
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Quip, part 2 : HARDWAREFORANEW
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Punts, e.g. : BOATS
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Out of place : UNAPT
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"Bleak House" girl : ADA
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Moons : ORBS
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TV adjusters : KNOBS
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Court score : ADIN
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1959 Kingston Trio hit : MTA
40
_____ nous : ENTRE
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In reserve : ONICE
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Quip, part 3 : BATHROOMREPORTS
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Stable particle : OAT
46
Super Bowl QB Dawson : LEN
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"Kenilworth" novelist : SCOTT
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"Luck and Pluck" writer : ALGER
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As well : TOO
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End of the quip : HESFORGINGAHEAD
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A Guthrie : ARLO
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Marshal : ARRAY
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Other : ELSE
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Jim Morrison, e.g. : DOOR
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Nanny, perhaps : GOAT
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Home bodies? : PETS
Down
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Kind of star : BETA
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Comments to a doctor : AAHS
3
Half of sechs : DREI
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High ways? : ELS
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Bulb measure : WATT
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Court V.I.P. Arthur : ASHE
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Tunisian rulers, once : DEYS
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Theory : ISM
9
Lennon's last home, with "The" : DAKOTA
10
Exchange premium : AGIO
11
One of Chaucer's travelers : MONK
12
Hash-house order : EGGS
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Horizon, maybe : VISTA
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Persian cries : MEOWS
18
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed : ALERT
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Silent-spring causers : DDTS
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More than snips : LOPS
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Frightful force : HBOMB
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It comes from the heart : AORTA
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Capital on the Bou Regreg river : RABAT
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Reach in total : RUNTO
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Vast, in the past : ENORM
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Name on a pencil : FABER
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Point of greatest despair : NADIR
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Order : EDICT
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Decreases : WANES
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Puzzle : KNOT
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Betimes : ANON
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Woman with a lyre : ERATO
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"Siegfried," e.g. : OPERA
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Lusting after : HOTFOR
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Thomas Gray piece : ELEGY
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A herring : SHAD
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Mackerel-like fish : CERO
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Ibsen's home : OSLO
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Farming prefix : AGRO
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Turkish money : LIRA
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Backbiter? : GNAT
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Prefix with port or play : TELE
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Drying oven : OAST
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Hugo works : ODES
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Piano tune : RAG
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Up on : HEP

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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