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New York Times, Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Author:
Adam G. Perl
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Adam G. Perl

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {QVYZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Perl. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 1026 ( 20,441 )
Across
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Auto parts giant : NAPA
5
They may be vaulted : APSES
10
Sharp or flat, say : OFF
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Does in : ICES
14
Timely benefits : BOONS
15
Cap-___ (from head to foot) : APIE
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Bureaus : CHESTSOFDRAWERS
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It may have electroreceptors : EEL
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Dances with chairs : HORAS
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Rhinestone feature : FACET
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Gooey stuff : TAR
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Co. that offers I.M.'s : AOL
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It usually starts "How many …?" : LIGHTBULBJOKE
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Puts out of work : IDLES
32
Like "Green Acres" : RURAL
33
Bushy 'do : FRO
36
Appear : SEEM
37
Glass ingredient : SILEX
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"Dracula" author Stoker : BRAM
39
Gunpowder, e.g. : TEA
40
Navy elite : SEALS
41
Assault on Troy, e.g. : SIEGE
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2003 Nicolas Cage film : MATCHSTICKMEN
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Hood's piece : GAT
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Sr.'s exam : GRE
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Barely enough : SCANT
50
Liquid-Plumr competitor : DRANO
53
Red-white-and-blue inits. : USA
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Their initials can be found consecutively in 16-, 24- and 42-Across : THREEPRESIDENTS
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Diner sign : EATS
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1978 Peace Nobelist : SADAT
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Some mayhem : RIOT
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Common title : MRS
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It may be skipped : STONE
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Fair : EXPO
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"Good one!" : NICE
2
Have a hankering : ACHE
3
Floor it, with "out" : PEEL
4
Long-eared equine : ASS
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Take in : ABSORB
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D : POOR
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Soft seat : SOFA
8
There are two in a loaf : ENDS
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Part of an empire up to 1991: Abbr. : SSR
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Crude group? : OPEC
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Send packing : FIRE
12
Suffix with slug : FEST
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Win in ___ (triumph easily) : AWALK
17
"___ Amore" : THATS
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"What ___ Believes" (Doobie Brothers hit) : AFOOL
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Classic 1954 sci-fi film : THEM
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Comet competitor : AJAX
24
Telephone book, essentially : LIST
25
___ fixe : IDEE
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Flash of light : GLEAM
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Husband of Bathsheba : URIAH
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Slow times : LULLS
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City of Brittany : BREST
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Violinist Zimbalist : EFREM
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Fury : RAGE
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Straw in the wind : OMEN
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Sunnis, e.g. : SECT
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Hog, so to speak : BIKE
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Condoleezza Rice's department : STATE
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New England catch : SCROD
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A de Mille : AGNES
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Set off : IGNITE
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___ cell research : STEM
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Reduce to carbon : CHAR
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Word with fine or visual : ARTS
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"Dang!" : DRAT
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Make over : REDO
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"___ example …" : ASAN
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Popular computer operating system : UNIX
54
"Hold everything!" : STOP
55
Concerning : ASTO
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Ltr. addenda : PSS
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"But I heard him exclaim, ___ …" : ERE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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