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New York Times, Saturday, October 4, 2003

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: {FVW} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 71 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 1004 ( 19,688 )
Across
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Joseph Conrad's dishonored officer : LORDJIM
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Some pops : RCCOLAS
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At the movies, perhaps : ONADATE
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Home of Horseshoe Bend National Military Park : ALABAMA
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Moved away : RECEDED
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Pesto bit : PINENUT
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Part of l'année : ETE
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Utter : EMIT
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Big name in 8-Down : DRDRE
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___ Dove (constellation near Canis Major) : NOAHS
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Philosopher Machiavelli : NICCOLO
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King of Albania, 1928-39 : ZOGI
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"Little Iodine" cartoonist : HATLO
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People are closely watched in them: Abbr. : ICUS
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Kind of finish : MATTE
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It may be changed at the altar : LASTNAME
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Cocktail part? : MAI
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Hall of entertainment : ARSENIO
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Barbell abbr. : LBS
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City on the Huron River : ANNARBOR
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Black, as la nuit : NOIRE
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Where AT&T is T : NYSE
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With 37-Down, without dissent : ASONE
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Publisher's concern: Abbr. : CIRC
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Sounds of gaiety : TRALALA
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Outer part of a seed : TESTA
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Many-stringed Japanese instruments : KOTOS
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Renaissance patron : ESTE
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Chunk of green : SOD
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Jude, e.g. : EPISTLE
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Less svelte : DUMPIER
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TDK competitor : MEMOREX
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Calm : ATPEACE
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Bishop, e.g. : PRELATE
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Alternative to Subway or Blimpie : QUIZNOS
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First name in 1920's-40's Broadway : LORENZ
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The drink you shouldn't have had : ONETOOMANY
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What a bomb defuser may be in : RACEAGAINSTTIME
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Onetime White House inits. : DDE
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Wears out : JADES
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Couple : ITEM
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Hegira destination : MEDINA
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CD store section : RAP
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Second-century year : CLI
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Like some attitudes : CANDO
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College that was a center of abolitionism : OBERLIN
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Friend of Han Solo, in "Star Wars" : LANDOCALRISSIAN
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Tatar Strait feeder : AMUR
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Be enough for : SATE
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Lead, often : TITLEROLE
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Chart maker : HIT
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House : CLAN
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Math function : COSINE
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Like some holistic treatments : HERBAL
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"Baudolino" author : UMBERTOECO
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Parisian possessive : SES
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Pitching choice : TAR
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Further : TOO
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See 46-Across : MAN
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Cub of note : SOSA
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"Ssss" maker : AEROSOL
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Hotel amenity : ICE
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Apple market? : NASDAQ
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Nuclei : CADRES
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Latin stars : ASTRA
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Lento e largo : TEMPI
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Pro footballer turned congressman : KEMP
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Abbr. on some dials : OPER
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Sight in a Degas painting : TUTU
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Umpire's call : LET
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River to the English Channel : EXE
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Candy brand : PEZ

Answer summary: 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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