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New York Times, Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Henry Winkler role, with “the”

Author:
Adam Cohen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Adam Cohen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York Times10/19/04 ( No. 20,069 )
Across
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Fall (over) : KEEL
5
Stadium walkways : RAMPS
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At a distance : AFAR
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Wall Street letters : NYSE
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10 out of 10, e.g. : IDEAL
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Western tie : BOLO
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Gambling actor? : ORSONBEANO
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Savvy about : ONTO
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Most miniature : TEENIEST
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Waiting room sound, maybe : MUZAK
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Aloof : ICY
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Keep ___ (persist) : ATIT
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Queue before Q : NOP
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Gambling baseballer? : KENOGRIFFEY
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Pile up : AMASS
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Hydrox alternative : OREO
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Avoiding the draft? : ALEE
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“___ Ha’i” : BALI
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Hardhearted : STONY
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Mrs. Dithers, in “Blondie” : CORA
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Getting ___ years : ONIN
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Have dog breath? : PANT
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Jerry or Jerry Lee : LEWIS
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Gambling singer? : BINGOCROSBY
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Take-home : NET
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“Queen for ___” (old TV show) : ADAY
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“Go ahead, shoot!” : ASK
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Muscat, for one : GRAPE
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Tallinn native : ESTONIAN
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Anise-flavored liqueur : OUZO
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Gambling senator? : TRENTLOTTO
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Stink : ODOR
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Hearing-related : AURAL
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Teetotalers’ org. : WCTU
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Campbell of “Party of Five” : NEVE
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Feel blindly : GROPE
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Cold-shoulder : SHUN
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Shoelace problem : KNOT
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Brontë heroine : EYRE
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In ___ (actually) : ESSE
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Téa of film : LEONI
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Steakhouse offering : RIBEYE
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Sidewalk stand beverages : ADES
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5-Down, e.g. : MEAT
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Follow with a camera : PAN
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___-mo : SLO
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180° turn : ABOUTFACE
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Henry Winkler role, with “the” : FONZ
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Sask. neighbor : ALTA
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Piece next to a knight : ROOK
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Barbershop boo-boos : NICKS
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1,002, in old Rome : MII
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Some of them are secret : AGENTS
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“Iliad” locale : TROY
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Fat cat : NABOB
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Muscat native : OMANI
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Michael of “Monty Python” : PALIN
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___ public : NOTARY
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Maine college town : ORONO
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Taken wing : FLOWN
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Bone-chilling : EERIE
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You’ll get a rise out of it : YEAST
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Asian city-state : SINGAPORE
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Humane grp. : SPCA
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Popular disinfectant : LYSOL
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Work of praise : ODE
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Fight it out : BATTLE
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Has memorized : KNOWS
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“Tell me more” : GOON
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Like some awakenings : RUDE
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Sea of ___ (Black Sea arm) : AZOV
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Eliel’s architect son : EERO
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Quick pic : SNAP
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Cast wearer’s problem : ITCH
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Westernmost Aleutian : ATTU
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It may be proper : NOUN
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What “it” plays : TAG
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Capek play : RUR

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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