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New York Times, Friday, October 24, 2008

Author:
Frederick J. Healy
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Frederick J. Healy

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Healy. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2008, The New York TimesNo. 1024 ( 21,535 )

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Across
1
Subject of the 1989 musical monologue "Bon Appétit!" : JULIACHILD
11
Gimbel contemporary : SAKS
15
Old torturer : IRONMAIDEN
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Latin trio member : AMAT
17
Country whose capital is Palikir : MICRONESIA
18
Union member of the future: Abbr. : TERR
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Start to court : ASKOUT
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Company that developed NutraSweet : SEARLE
22
Worker that never gets tired : ROBOT
26
Jung's feminine side : ANIMA
27
Big name in oil : HESS
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Postpones : REMITS
33
Spying aid : CAM
34
Yellow primrose : OXLIP
36
Oscar winner after "Rocky" : ANNIEHALL
38
Tops : THEBEST
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We : YOUANDI
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Does some macramé work : TIESAKNOT
43
Guys who make people look good : PRMEN
44
View from the Arlberg Pass : ALP
45
Applied, as paint : LAIDON
47
Bit of biblical graffiti : MENE
48
Novelist Binchy : MAEVE
50
"Married ... With Children" actress Sagal : KATEY
52
Record listing : ARREST
54
Mass stack : WAFERS
59
Genève and others : LACS
60
It's easy to burn : ONECALORIE
64
Target of un coup : ETAT
65
Twin : DEADRINGER
66
Evening for Evangelo : SERA
67
Thing to swing from : STRIKEZONE
Down
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Chichi-___ (largest of Japan's Bonin Islands) : JIMA
2
"O'Hara's Choice" novelist, 2003 : URIS
3
Sure winner : LOCK
4
Obi accessory : INRO
5
Reason for a tryst : AMOUR
6
One whose lead is followed in the service : CANTOR
7
Rush : HIE
8
Some bracelets : IDS
9
Strand on an island? : LEI
10
Strands of biology : DNAS
11
Bad lover? : SATAN
12
1992 film directed by and starring Edward James Olmos : AMERICANME
13
Warden player in "Birdman of Alcatraz" : KARLMALDEN
14
Simplify : STREAMLINE
21
Fall off : EASEUP
23
Unconventional sort : BEATNIK
24
Every, in prescriptions : OMN
25
One taking a first step : TINYTOT
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Sexy numbers : HOTTAMALES
28
Send : EXHILARATE
29
Berth place : SLEEPERCAR
30
Young rivals, often : SIBS
32
Cancún kinsman : TIO
35
Family of 18th- and 19th-century painters : PEALES
37
Vitiate : HARM
39
Calypso relative : SKA
42
Seraglio section : ODA
46
Home of the University of Delaware : NEWARK
49
Third-largest asteroid : VESTA
51
Supporter of the mascot Handsome Dan : YALIE
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High-end shoe and handbag maker : TODS
55
Sitcom guy with a frequently upturned thumb, with "the" : FONZ
56
Sum lead-in : ERGO
57
Zip around France? : RIEN
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Sun-damaged : SERE
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It's attached to a hoop : NET
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A hoop may be attached to it : EAR
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Century-beginning year : CDI

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

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