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New York Times, Thursday, October 27, 2005

Author:
Bonnie L. Gentry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bonnie L. Gentry

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Gentry. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 1027 ( 20,442 )
Across
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Orenburg's river : URAL
5
Untouched? : SANE
9
Pond dross : SCUM
13
Red Cross headquarters site : GENEVA
14
"Some Like ___" : ITHOT
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Cry of dread : OHNO
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Gulf state royalty : AMIR
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Mount Whitney's home : SIERRANEVADA
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Nancy, in Nancy : NOM
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Formicide: ant :: pulicide : ___ : FLEA
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___ Hirsch of "Lords of Dogtown" : EMILE
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1950's-60's twangy guitarist : DUANEEDDY
25
Skating competition : PAIRS
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Name in a Shakespearean title : ANTONY
28
Responses to tattooers : OWS
30
Something that's bruisable : EGO
31
Started (off) : TEED
32
Item at center stage : MIKE
34
Hudson River city : TROY
35
Singer with a 1962 #1 hit that started a dance craze (and a hint to this puzzle's theme) : LITTLEEVA
38
Stain blockers : BIBS
41
It may be free for philosophers : WILL
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"Dream on!" : ASIF
45
"Ti ___" (Casanova's declaration) : AMO
46
Stay-at-home ___ : DAD
47
Head of a flock : CLERIC
49
Froth : SPUME
51
Aft : ATTHEREAR
54
"The Brady Bunch" housekeeper : ALICE
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Extirpate, with "out" : ROOT
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1983 Indy winner Tom : SNEVA
58
Button holders : ELEVATORCARS
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Much of Us Weekly : PICS
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Smart : PERT
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Come (from) : ARISE
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Long, long time : AGES
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Interjects : ADDS
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Concert highlight : SOLO
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Something that's bruisable : KNEE
Down
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Where the shilling is money : UGANDA
2
Get back on : REMOUNT
3
Enliven : ANIMATE
4
Actor Burton : LEVAR
5
Kept in a pen : STIED
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Each : AHEAD
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Postal motto conjunction : NOR
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To be, overseas : ETRE
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The merry widow, in the 1934 musical "The Merry Widow" : SONIA
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"Gigi" co-star : CHEVALIER
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Experience : UNDERGO
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Bygone bird : MOA
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The ___ Brothers of R & B : ISLEY
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Hearing aids? : AMPS
20
Gucci rival : FENDI
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Seasonal songs : NOELS
24
Hayseed : YOKEL
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___ sauce : SOY
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Prekindergarten : WEE
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Crete's highest peak: Abbr. : MTIDA
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"___ wait" : ILL
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Electric dart shooter : TASER
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Its slogan used to be "One mission. Yours." : TWA
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Restaurant employee : VALET
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What hist. majors pursue : BAS
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Stuck : IMPALED
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Broad way : BOULEVARD
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"Take this job and shove it!" : IRESIGN
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Betrothed : FIANCEE
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Art style, informally : DECO
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Went with : CHOSE
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Deep fissure : CREVASSE
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Hands, slangily : MITTS
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Come in second : TRAIL
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Classic sculpture : TORSO
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Spanish form of "to be" after "tú" : ERAS
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Test-conducting org. : EPA
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___-Magnon : CRO
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Neighbor of Iran: Abbr. : PAK

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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