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New York Times, Friday, November 11, 1994

Author:
Randolph Ross
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Randolph Ross

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 1111 ( 16,439 )

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Students & seniors
Across
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Branch of algebra : QUADRATICS
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Literary garlands : ANAS
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Chekhov relative : UNCLEVANYA
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Fair : SOSO
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Cockpit dials : ALTIMETERS
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List extender : ETAL
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1936 Tommy Dorsey hit : YOU
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T._____ : REX
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Nissan model : SENTRA
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Clayey soil : LOAM
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Is forthright : SPEAKSOUT
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Rival of Helena and Max : ESTEE
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Weaken : ENFEEBLE
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Go ballistic : SEERED
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Hide-hair connector : NOR
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Many M.I.T. grads : EES
34
Roll : CROISSANT
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Like some welfare hotels: Abbr. : SRO
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Item of dancer's attire : OBI
42
Winter vehicle : SNOCAT
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Former Scandinavian monarch : KINGOLAV
49
Time to remember : EPOCH
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More than bushed : OVERTIRED
52
Years ago : ONCE
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Making the most sense : WISEST
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Going concern? : GAS
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Painter _____ Borch : TER
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Nerve network : RETE
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Suited to a tee : TAILORMADE
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Toward the mouth : ORAD
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Agents of change : LIFEFORCES
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Colloquial "not" : NARY
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Old street cry : EXTRAEXTRA
Down
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Former Washington family : QUAYLES
2
Free : UNLOOSE
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Impel : ACTUATE
4
Sixth-century date : DLI
5
"Losing My Religion" rock band : REM
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State : AVER
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"Soap" family : TATES
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Small token of appreciation : INEXPENSIVEGIFT
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St. _____- l'Ecole, France : CYR
10
Root beer root : SASSAFRAS
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In _____ (somewhat) : ASENSE
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One of Hamlet's choices : NOTTOBE
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Generally : ASARULE
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Liquefies a gel : SOLATES
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_____ out a living : EKE
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One of the exchanges, for short : MERC
26
Country Slaughter : ENOS
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Auction ending : EER
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W.W. II general Jimmy : DOOLITTLE
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Steel support : IBAR
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Conn.-to-Me. direction : NNE
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_____ Gigio (old TV mouse) : TOPO
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Baseball great with the nickname "Moose" : SKOWRON
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San Remo locale : RIVIERA
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Bad movie rating : ONESTAR
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Reach : CONTACT
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Wish granter : ACCEDER
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Actress Russell : THERESA
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Possessive : GREEDY
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Sudden-death periods: Abbr. : OTS
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Old Swedish money : DALER
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Parlor piece : SOFA
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City north of Marseilles : AIX
60
Caviar : ROE
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Game show mystery guest : MRX

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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