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New York Times, Saturday, January 27, 2001

Author:
Rich Norris
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rich Norris

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 35 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 137 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0127 ( 18,708 )
Across
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Blues or folk group : JUGBAND
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Shoot over : REFILM
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It's about 55 and up : AMRADIO
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Where Austerlitz is : MORAVIA
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Exerciser's wear : SPANDEX
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Like a pageant winner : TIARAED
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Hot ___ : PINK
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Ending : CODA
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Prefix with genetic : ENDO
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Earth, in Essen : ERDE
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Got hooked quickly : ELOPED
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Sugar : HON
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Audition : READ
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Independent : ONONESOWN
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Three-time Cotton Bowl champs: Abbr. : SMU
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Classic Morris Motors cars : MGS
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Ore used for old radio crystals : GALENA
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Maneuvering room : PLAY
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"Love ___" : MEDO
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More than a favorite : SHOOIN
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Bud : PAL
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Not get off easily? : PRY
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Battle assignment, once : CANNONEER
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Shooters may need them : PEAS
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Park, e.g.: Abbr. : AVE
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Kind of rug : NAVAJO
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Gym site : YMCA
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"Common sense" philosopher Thomas : REID
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High-performance Camaro ___-Z : IROC
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Head out on the ocean? : JOHN
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Will part : CODICIL
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Stews : RAGOUTS
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Charms : ENAMORS
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Property recipient, at law : ALIENEE
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Changes hands? : RESETS
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Experts : MAESTRI
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Quartz variety : JASPER
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They make a lot of calls : UMPIRES
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Certain Pontiac : GRANDAM
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Felt certain of : BANKEDUPON
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Stick in : ADD
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Cressida, to Pandarus : NIECE
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Hymn of praise : DOXOLOGY
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Romain de ___ (typeface) : ROI
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Procter & Gamble brand : ERA
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Diet : FARE
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Sir Arthur Sullivan opera : IVANHOE
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Rest : LIEDOWN
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"Crazy for You" singer : MADONNA
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Philippines' highest peak: Abbr. : MTAPO
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Gets into : DONS
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TV actress Georgia : ENGEL
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Not working : DEAD
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School cafeteria dishes : SLOPPYJOES
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Exodus miracle : MANNA
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Celebrity : LION
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Culinary herb : MARJORAM
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Not so common : SCARCER
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"Try it!" : HAVEONE
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Five Nations members : ONEIDAS
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Kind of orchard : PEAR
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Fresh horse : REMOUNT
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Boatsman : YACHTER
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Iniquities : EVILS
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Descendant of Japanese immigrants : SANSEI
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Florida county seat : OCALA
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F.D.R. locale : DIME
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Simple resting place : COT
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Grp. that's true to form? : IRS
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"O, ___ me the lass ...": Burns : GIE

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

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