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New York Times, Tuesday, October 11, 1994

Author:
Bernice Gordon
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bernice Gordon

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {QX} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry. Minimum word length: 4 This is puzzle # 128 for Ms. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 1011 ( 16,408 )
Across
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Man with a whale of a tale? : JONAH
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Texas city : WACO
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Invoice stamp : PAID
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Tickle one's fancy : AMUSE
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Shah's land : IRAN
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Columnist Bombeck : ERMA
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Doctor : MEDIC
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Pay no _____ : MIND
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Actor Richard : EGAN
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Cheap liquor : SNEAKYPETE
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Unmixed : PURE
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Go on : LAST
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Emotional period : CRISIS
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Airplane engine : RAMJET
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Kind of booth or opposition : TOKEN
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Basso Pinza : EZIO
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Ishmael's son-in-law : ESAU
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Obvious onlooker : OGLER
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Most bounteous : FULLEST
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Make good as new : RESTORE
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Fairy tale villain : TROLL
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Toward sunrise : EAST
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Award given by The Village Voice : OBIE
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TV's "The _____ and the Restless" : YOUNG
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Marzipan base : ALMOND
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Children, in English dialect : BAIRNS
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Pro _____ : RATA
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Cartoonist Peter : ARNO
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Fair : EVENSTEVEN
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Pharmacist's sale : DRUG
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Fizzled out : DIED
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Oil, in Orleans : HUILE
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Quayle's successor : GORE
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"_____dust shall thou return" : UNTO
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Rub out : ERASE
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Water pitcher : EWER
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Like Franklin's Richard : POOR
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Did a cobbler's job : SOLED
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Tight spots : JAMS
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Sign to heed : OMEN
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Manet's "Olympia," e.g. : NUDE
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30% of the world : ASIA
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Badger, as a speaker : HECKLE
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Non-macho men : WIMPS
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Piece for Pavarotti : ARIETTA
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Isn't able to : CANT
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Next up : ONDECK
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Voyeur : PEEPINGTOM
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Monster with 100 eyes : ARGUS
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Pottery from Japan : IMARI
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They may be great : DANES
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"Rawhide" role for Eastwood : YATES
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Antique autos : REOS
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Plundered, old-style : REFT
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Mediterranean's Cote d'_____ : AZUR
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"Venus de _____" : MILO
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Flag for Captain Kidd : JOLLYROGER
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Not theirs : OURS
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W.W. II gun : STEN
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The gray wolf : LOBO
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Actress Moran : ERIN
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Marsh plant : REED
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North Carolina school : ELON
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States, in St. Lo : ETATS
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Accept : AGREETO
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Gone : USEDUP
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Carpenters' machines : LATHES
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Sheriff's star : BADGE
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Symbol of straightness : ARROW
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Get used (to) : INURE
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Dual conjunction : ANDOR
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Italian wine : VINO
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Prefix with centric : EURO
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Poison holder : VIAL
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Other : ELSE
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Want : NEED

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

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