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New York Times, Friday, October 20, 1995

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {BGJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 1020 ( 16,782 )

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Across
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Vronsky's love : KARENINA
9
Went easily : SAILED
15
Kind of hotel plan : AMERICAN
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One who stays at home? : UMPIRE
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Lothario : CASANOVA
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Judicial declaration : DICTUM
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Point-Four Program inits. : HST
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Word of agreement : AMEN
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Lane demarcation : STRIPE
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Another name for the upper Thames : ISIS
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Ivy Leaguers : ELIS
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Nosy one : YENTA
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Damsel's reply to the villain : NEVER
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Patsies : SAPS
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British carbine : STEN
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Astaire and Hugo : ADELES
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Gymnast's feat : SCISSORS
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Subside : FALL
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C or G, e.g. : CLEF
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Circles : COTERIES
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Old film-making equipment : TRIPOD
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Brown, e.g.: Abbr. : UNIV
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It has roots and many branches : MATH
50
Tart start : FLOUR
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Make another clove hitch : RETIE
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Give power to : FUEL
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Art Deco artist : ERTE
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Old-time singer Sir Harry : LAUDER
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Word with film or cartridge : CLIP
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La-la lead-in : TRA
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Hard: Prefix : SCLERO
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Put out of reach of : KEPTFROM
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Goddess pictured with a globe : URANIA
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For everyone to see : ONPARADE
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More vivacious : PERTER
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Vocal pessimist : NAYSAYER
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Kind of doll : KACHINA
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Collected : AMASSED
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Unquiet : RESTIVE
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70's-80's political cause : ERA
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First of a famous trio : NINA
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"____ to bury Caesar..." : ICOME
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Subjects of contemplation : NAVELS
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Biblical dissembler : ANANIAS
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Beer : SUDS
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Friendliness : AMITY
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Len Deighton novel, with "The" : IPCRESSFILE
12
Assailed : LITINTO
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Volcano : ERUPTER
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Humiliates : DEMEANS
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Plain : SELFEVIDENT
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Minor's advocacy grp. : SPCC
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Caboose : REAR
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Alluvium : SILT
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Kind of chance : SLIM
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Lord's worker : SERF
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Rare book-dealer's unit : LEAF
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Gets comfortable : CURLSUP
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43,560 square feet : ONEACRE
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Like some heads : TITULAR
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Smitten with : STUCKON
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Show : PORTRAY
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Beat at the rodeo : OUTRODE
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Fantast : DREAMER
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Last Chance Gulch site : HELENA
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Raising goose pimples : EERIE
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Fresh : LIPPY
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Crowd sound : ROAR
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Educ. groups : PTAS
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Brother : FRA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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