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New York Times, Tuesday, October 29, 2002

Dr. ___, TV adviser on life and relationships

Author:
Richard Hughes
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Richard Hughes

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {BJZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Hughes.
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© 2002, The New York Times10/29/02 ( No. 19,348 )
Across
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Nickname in the N.B.A. : SHAQ
5
Part of a musical refrain : LALA
9
Hill's partner : DALE
13
"To Sir With Love" singer : LULU
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Majestic poem : EPIC
15
They hold water : EWERS
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Mine: Fr. : AMOI
18
Cauldron stirrers, maybe : HAGS
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Something pushed by a trailer? : MOVIE
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Drink garnish : PEEL
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"___ bin ein Berliner" : ICH
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Treat with carbon dioxide : AERATE
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Really taut : TIGHTASADRUM
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Where the outboard motor goes : AFT
29
Two-time : CHEATON
30
"Le ___ d'Arthur" : MORTE
32
Royal wish : SON
33
Resigned remark : ALAS
37
Really self-satisfied : PROUDASAPEACOCK
41
Thetis bathed Achilles in it, in myth : STYX
42
Battle of Britain grp. : RAF
43
Southpaw : LEFTY
44
Grow old : SENESCE
47
Link : TIE
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Really stylish : SHARPASATACK
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Some Crimeans : TATARS
54
Benzene source : TAR
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"Hold ___ your hat!" : ONTO
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Isolated : ALONE
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Dr. ___, TV adviser on life and relationships : PHIL
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Pearl Harbor locale : OAHU
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Seaport south of Milan : GENOA
63
Architect Saarinen : EERO
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Bad spot for a nail : KNOT
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Tear : REND
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Formerly, formerly : ERST
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They're sometimes candied : YAMS
Down
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Indication of indignation : SLAP
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"History of England" author David : HUME
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Lotion ingredient : ALOE
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Coverlet : QUILT
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Tributary of the Delaware : LEHIGH
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Geronimo, e.g. : APACHE
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Really ethereal : LIGHTASAFEATHER
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Southern comforts?: Abbr. : ACS
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Humiliate : DEMEAN
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"___ to the wise ..." : AWORD
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Burton of "Star Trek: T.N.G." : LEVAR
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Verdi aria : ERITU
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Appear to be : SEEM
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Unanimously : ASONE
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Like summer drinks : ICED
25
At the peak of : ATOP
26
Some stage equipment : AMPS
27
Construction of snow, maybe : FORT
28
City of Paris : TROY
31
Prom wear : TUX
33
Do well on : ACE
34
Garret : LOFT
35
Start of a play : ACTI
36
Hebrides island : SKYE
38
Regions : AREAS
39
___ souci : SANS
40
Actor Baldwin : ALEC
44
Two-page ad : SPREAD
45
Link between stories? : STAIRS
46
Where trade-ins are made : CARLOT
48
Just for men : STAG
49
More healthy : HALER
50
Make amends : ATONE
51
Talked and talked : RANON
52
Weirdish : KOOKY
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Mom's mom : NANA
57
___ McAn shoes : THOM
58
Inning closers : OUTS
60
___ Dee river : PEE

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