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New York Times, Friday, January 5, 2001

Author:
Nelson Hardy
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Nelson Hardy

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Hardy. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0105 ( 18,686 )

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Across
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Novelty item in comic book ads : XRAYSPECS
10
Widget : GIZMO
15
Rocked the boat : MADEWAVES
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Go on ___ (rampage) : ATEAR
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Previously : ATONETIME
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Trunks : TORSI
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Atlas abbr. : STR
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Shoe box marking : EEEE
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Sour : MOROSE
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Provides a seat for : ELECTS
24
Koh-i-___ (106-carat diamond) : NOOR
26
Brooder : HEN
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Near Eastern inn : SERAI
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Egg holders: Abbr. : CTNS
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Wear a long face : POUT
30
Lies down : REPOSES
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Feint : RUSE
33
"The Fugitive" star of 60's TV : JANSSEN
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Popular, in a way : DESIRED
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It may be on a roll : OLEO
39
Schoolmaster, to the classroom : ANAGRAM
41
"The Birth of a Nation" group : KLAN
42
A bed in the kitchen? : RICE
43
Significant others : MATES
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Listen to one's gut? : EAT
48
Le Carré's Leamas : ALEC
49
Siamese, e.g. : FELINE
50
Is out, in a way : SLEEPS
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Moonfish : OPAH
54
Place runners?: Abbr. : MGT
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Developing solution : TONER
56
Lots : QUITEABIT
58
Calendario opener : ENERO
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Meddle : INTERVENE
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French Symbolist Odilon ___ : REDON
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Utmost : NTHDEGREE
Down
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Short holidays? : XMASES
2
Faze : RATTLE
3
Any of the Magi : ADORER
4
Itch : YEN
5
Cupcakes : SWEETIES
6
Noodles : PATES
7
"Howards End" role : EVIE
8
Sticks together : CEMENTS
9
Venice-to-Naples dir. : SSE
10
Swamp snapper : GATOR
11
Atlanta Rhythm Section's "Do ___ Die" : ITOR
12
Moment of truth : ZEROHOUR
13
One may work with oils : MASSEUSE
14
Word after family or object : ORIENTED
21
Expert in bryophytes : MOSSER
23
He used to follow the news : CARSON
25
Jittery : ONEDGE
28
Basketball Hall-of-Famer Hawkins : CONNIE
29
Like some urges : PRIMAL
31
Units of wisdom? : PEARLS
33
Card : JOKESTER
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Isolated : ALLALONE
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Picked up : NEATENED
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"Likewise" : SAMEHERE
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Story : ACCOUNT
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Cry before a fall : TIMBER
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Gas guzzler : ENGINE
46
Parlor piece : SETTEE
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Welder's wear : APRON
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In the cards : FATED
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First name in architecture : EERO
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Meat : PITH
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Dynasty during which much of the Great Wall of China was built : QIN
57
Batting stat. : AVG

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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