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New York Times, Tuesday, October 8, 1996

Author:
E. C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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1.5430225
Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1996, The New York TimesNo. 1008 ( 17,136 )

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Across
1
Movie souvenir : STUB
5
E. coli watchdog: Abbr. : CDC
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Neil Simon's "___ Suite" : PLAZA
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Moon goddess : LUNA
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Unaccompanied : SOLO
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Arthur Miller's salesman : LOMAN
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Genesis son : ABEL
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Opposed to, in dialect : AGIN
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Do penance : ATONE
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Noted Ballet Russe dancer : VASLAVNIJINSKY
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The "A" in Thomas A. Edison : ALVA
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___-Cat (winter vehicle) : SNO
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"Network" satirist : PADDYCHAYEFSKY
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Birds at sea : ERNES
32
Was in debt : OWED
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Kind of soup : PEA
34
Duds : TOGS
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Algebraic grouping : COSET
37
Halcyon : CALM
38
Prefix with lateral : UNI
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Swiss river : AARE
40
Marx and Malden : KARLS
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"Pulcinella" composer : IGORSTRAVINSKY
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Biblical verb suffix : ETH
46
___-Day vitamins : ONEA
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Eighth in a Taylor series : LARRYFORTENSKY
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J.F.K. terminal architect : IMPEI
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Pay to play, with "up" : ANTE
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Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
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Three-time P.G.A. tournament champ : SNEAD
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Pastry chef, at times : ICER
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Resort near Mt. Jackson : VAIL
60
Swarm : HORDE
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Law, to Lucius : LEX
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"Laugh-In" name : ARTE
Down
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Eastern European : SLAV
2
Bottom brass : TUBA
3
French articles : UNES
4
Chopin compositions : BALLADES
5
After-dinner sipping : COGNAC
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Sixth-century date : DLII
7
And, e.g.: Abbr. : CONJ
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Mapped out : PLANNED
9
Many : LOTSOF
10
Run ___ (go off course) : AMOK
11
Off the wall : ZANY
12
Chemical suffix : ANE
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"Get it?" : SAVVY
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Local legislators: Abbr. : ALDS
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"The best ___ to come" : ISYET
24
Pitchfork part : PRONG
25
Surgical procedure, for short : ANGIO
26
Hebrew prophet : HOSEA
27
Wonder : AWE
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Explosion's cause : SPARK
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Shade of green : KELLY
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Candied items : YAMS
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Holder for needles and things : ETUI
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Frazzled comic strip heroine : CATHY
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Puckster Bobby : ORR
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Womanizer : CASANOVA
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Spanning : ASTRIDE
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Baby bouncer : KNEE
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Go over again : REREAD
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Maelstrom : VORTEX
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Lay to rest : INTER
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Alphabetic run : LMNO
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Copycat : APER
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Bomb : FAIL
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"___ bitten, twice shy" : ONCE
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Fly high : SOAR
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Sweater, usually : KNIT
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Word on a lock : YALE
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Language suffix : ISH

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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