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New York Times, Monday, November 11, 2002

Author:
Gregory E. Paul
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gregory E. Paul

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQVXZ} This is puzzle # 100 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2002, The New York TimesNo. 1111 ( 19,361 )
Across
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"___, humbug!" : BAH
4
Funnies : COMICS
10
Ed who sang "My Cup Runneth Over" : AMES
14
Prefix with puncture : ACU
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Noah's mount : ARARAT
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Telegram : WIRE
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"It's c-c-cold!" : BRR
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Classic song from the 1913 "Ziegfeld Follies" : PEGOMYHEART
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Spine-tingling : EERIE
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Hostile party : ENEMY
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Mr. ___ (Shea mascot) : MET
24
Ancient Andean : INCA
26
"My Cup Runneth Over" musical : IDOIDO
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Halloween decoration : JACKOLANTERN
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Part of the Deep South: Abbr. : ALA
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Prohibit : DEBAR
35
Performed on stage : ACTED
39
Chicago phenomenon : WIND
41
Reef material : CORAL
43
Sea eagle : ERNE
44
Excellent buy : STEAL
46
More slippery, as winter roads : ICIER
48
Suffix with lemon or orange : ADE
49
Marsh light : WILLOTHEWISP
52
Fred who played Herman Munster : GWYNNE
55
"Get ___ writing!" : ITIN
56
Live and breathe : ARE
57
Full range : GAMUT
61
Dark : UNLIT
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"Oh, my!" : LANDOGOSHEN
67
Shelley poem : ODE
68
Intro for boy or girl : ATTA
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Nervousness : UNEASE
70
Every little bit : ALL
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Vehicle pulled by a hoss : SHAY
72
Brought in, as a salary : EARNED
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Just for Men product : DYE
Down
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Jesus, in the manger : BABE
2
Small farm size : ACRE
3
See 11-Down : HURRICANE
4
Bay State peninsula : CAPECOD
5
Metallic rock : ORE
6
Wizard, old-style : MAGE
7
Steel ingredient : IRON
8
Showed up : CAME
9
Frustrate : STYMIE
10
Bowl over : AWE
11
With 3-Down, a Florida collegian : MIAMI
12
Slipped up : ERRED
13
Bench-clearing incident : SETTO
19
Nine-headed serpent of myth : HYDRA
21
Tattooing fluid : INK
25
Smart ___ : ALEC
27
___ upon a time : ONCE
28
1975 movie thriller with a sequel in 3-D : JAWS
29
Dismounted : ALIT
30
Bubbling : ABOIL
31
Drug agent, slangily : NARCO
32
Characteristic : TRAIT
36
Huge quantity : TRAINLOAD
37
Partner of odds : ENDS
38
Bottomless : DEEP
40
Sunrise : DAWN
42
Where Samson slew the Philistines : LEHI
45
Specialized vocabulary : LINGO
47
Fixed, as a piano : RETUNED
50
Part of N.F.L. : LEAGUE
51
Get the blue ribbon : WIN
52
Grand parties : GALAS
53
Burning rage : WRATH
54
Busybody : YENTA
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"___ Lisa" : MONA
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Utility customer : USER
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Larger ___ life : THAN
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Frivolously : IDLY
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The "T" in TV : TELE
65
Page in an appointment book : DAY
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U-turn from WNW : ESE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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