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New York Times, Saturday, October 18, 1997

Shakespearean character who "had a tongue with a tang"

Author:
Rich Norris
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rich Norris

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JWX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 68 for Mr. Norris.
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© 1997, The New York Times10/18/97 ( No. 17,511 )
Across
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Wins the draw, probably : SHOOTSFAST
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Grouch : CRAB
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Pool feat : HALFGAINER
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Pulitzer-winning microbiologist Dubos : RENE
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1963 Chiffons hit : ONEFINEDAY
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Plains Indian : OTOE
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Nutritional abbr. : RDA
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Actress Felicia : FARR
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Crack : QUIP
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Care for : TEND
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Old "Supper Club" radio host : COMO
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Old-fashioned ballot boxes : URNS
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"Leave It to Beaver" pal : EDDIE
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Like modern technology : EMERGENT
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Base appropriations? : STEALS
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Pass : ENACT
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Windswept point : TOR
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Farmer's place, in song : THEDELL
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Singer Dana : VIC
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Relative of a bandicoot : KOALA
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"I Could Fall in Love" singer : SELENA
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Sticking together : CLANNISH
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Unprecedented : FIRST
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Low card : TREY
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Shakespearean character who "had a tongue with a tang" : KATE
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Neurotransmitter amino acid : DOPA
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Make sound : HEAL
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100 cents abroad : RAND
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Void, in Vichy : NUL
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Harassed : RODE
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Gift shop item : STATIONERY
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Leading ammunition maker : OLIN
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Many Nobel Prize winners : SCIENTISTS
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German auto pioneer : BENZ
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Church clothes : SUNDAYBEST
Down
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Losing straw in drawing straws : SHORTEST
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Personally left with : HANDEDTO
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Ornamental dogbane : OLEANDER
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Not working : OFF
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Expression of relief : TGIF
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Mideast capital : SANA
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Passionate : FIERCE
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Michael Crichton best seller, with "The" : ANDROMEDASTRAIN
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Overwhelming number : SEA
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Go : TRY
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Players may place stakes on this : CROQUET
12
Yield : RETURN
13
Consecrate : ANOINT
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Medical alerts? : BEEPS
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Day, in Durango : DIA
25
Bit of biblical writing : MENE
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Seniors' hurdles, maybe : ORALS
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John of song : ELTON
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Staff leader? : GCLEF
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Meat cut : SHANK
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Noted English letter writer : ELIA
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Like Proteus : VERONESE
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Sporadically : INSPURTS
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Spark : CATALYST
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"Falling From Grace" actress, 1992 : KAYLENZ
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Restraint : LID
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Cuisine style : CREOLE
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Opening : LEADIN
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Vehement : HEATED
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Beat : THROB
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Mexican child : NINA
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Cartoonist Roy : DOTY
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Sound of a lit fuse : SSS
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The Horned Frogs, for short : TCU
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Point : NIB

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

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