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New York Times, Sunday, October 24, 1999

"I can't ___ satisfaction" (Rolling Stones lyric)

Author:
Nancy Salomon
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Nancy Salomon

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 38 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1999, The New York Times10/24/99 ( No. 18,247 )
Across
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Like some transit : RAPID
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Pessimist's lack : HOPE
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Unlikely class president : NERD
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Times when headlights are turned on : DUSKS
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Saudi neighbor : OMANI
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"Couldn't have said it better myself" : AMEN
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Tony's cousin : OBIE
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Winning : ONTOP
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Mustang feature, maybe : BUCKETSEAT
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Skylarking : TOMFOOLERY
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Harvard hater? : ELI
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Columnist Herb : CAEN
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Horse halters : REINS
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They're found on palms : FRONDS
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Home of Tivoli gardens : DENMARK
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Revel : PARTY
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Brunch cocktail : MIMOSA
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Occasion to stand up : TOAST
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Star turn at La Scala : ARIA
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Bits and pieces : IOTAS
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Mosquito breeding ground : STAGNANTPOND
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Crow's home : TEPEE
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45 ___ : RPM
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Orchestra section : REEDS
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Pushed : URGED
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Like some chances : SLIM
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Muse for D. H. Lawrence : ERATO
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One after another? : TWO
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Travel guides : ATLASES
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Star's rep: Abbr. : AGT
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Louisiana, the ___ State : PELICAN
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Photo session : SHOOT
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Jollity : LAUGHS
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It's known as "Insurance City" : HARTFORDCONNECTICUT
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Kind of offender : REPEAT
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Narodnaya is the tallest of them : URALS
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Came from behind : RALLIED
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Part of Kramden's guffaw : HAR
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Tony-winning dramatist Hugh : LEONARD
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Ever so slight : WEE
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Relatively rational : SANER
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Royal educator : ETON
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Mate bees with fleas? : RHYME
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Clemson mascot : TIGER
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White-bearded grazer : GNU
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Cold buffet slice : ASPIC
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Airline entree? : BOARDINGPASS
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7-Up's flavor : LIMON
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Targets of men who make passes : ENDS
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Shared airs : DUETS
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1982 Richard Pryor comedy : THETOY
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Scuba gear : TANKS
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Hit a hard drive that's caught, in baseball : LINEOUT
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Oranjestad native : ARUBAN
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Jumpy : TENSE
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Whence the Magi, with "the" : EAST
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Oriental tie : OBI
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Leveling : BULLDOZING
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Tumble-down : RAMSHACKLE
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Help a forgetful actor : RECUE
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Role model, maybe : IDOL
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Cut and paste : EDIT
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Observant one : NOTER
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Whirling : AREEL
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___ Noël : PERE
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Ellipsis : DOTS
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Commercials : SPOTS
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Like a boxer before a bout : ROBED
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Necklace item : AMULET
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"Carlito's Way" actor : PACINO
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Press, so to speak : INK
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From a mold : DIECAST
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N.H.L. goalie Dominik : HASEK
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Overcast sky, say : OMEN
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Nugget size : PEA
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Climbs aboard : ENTRAINS
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Hide-and-seek proclamation : NOTIT
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Tropical wood : EBONY
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Holders of glasses : RIMS
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Cool, modern-style : DEF
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Habitually humiliated person : DOORMAT
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Springs : UNLOOSES
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British guns : STENS
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"Charmed Lives" author Michael : KORDA
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1974 Sutherland/Gould spoof : SPYS
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Calculus : TARTAR
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"Just for the thrill ___" : OFIT
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Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
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Nanas' daughters : MAS
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Madrid museum : PRADO
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Ways : MODES
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One way to start : ANEW
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Molten metal channel : INGATE
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"I can't ___ satisfaction" (Rolling Stones lyric) : GETNO
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Hoaxes : PUTONS
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Fiber that travels well : ORLON
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Bothering : PLAGUING
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Draftable, maybe : EIGHTEEN
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Ambulance staffers: Abbr. : EMTS
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D.D.E., for one : REP
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Readies the oven : PREHEATS
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Fictional Mrs. : MALAPROP
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Kind of wing : DELTA
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Spare change? : TIRE
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Like base 8 : OCTAL
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"Grab ___!" : AHOLD
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Welcome sight for a castaway : SAILS
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At the close of : AFTER
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One trying a hiccups cure : SCARER
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Where John Wooden coached : UCLA
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"Guys and Dolls" writer : RUNYON
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Plays : DRAMA
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Hardly Mr. Right : CREEP
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Hera's mother : RHEA
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Joanne of "Red River" : DRU
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"Goody!" : OHBOY
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Orchestra section : WINDS
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Roe : EGGS
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Relative of turquoise : NILEBLUE
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Fooled around : TINKERED
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Salad slice : RADISH
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Stronghold : CITADEL
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Places for trophy displays : DENS
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Beach shades : SUNTANS
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Get the point : SEE
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Like some old records : MONO
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Grew fond of : TOOKTO
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Certain apartment : SUBLET
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"___ words were never spoken!" : TRUER
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"Amadeus" star : HULCE
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Drift : TENOR
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Go fish : ANGLE
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Lives on : LASTS
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Stadium sections : TIERS
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Start of an incantation : ABRA
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"...under the whelming ___": Milton : TIDE
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Give forth : EMIT
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Nada : ZIP
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Hornet's nest : ADO
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One with a beat : COP

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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