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New York Times, Thursday, November 13, 1997

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 66 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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Across
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Scratch the surface of : MAR
4
"No bid" : IPASS
9
People person : CELEB
14
Old Foghorn, e.g. : ALE
15
"I Fall to Pieces" singer : CLINE
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Twinkle-toed : AGILE
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Nonsense : ROT
18
Pugilistic sweethearts? : BOXINGLOVES
20
Irons on stage : JEREMY
22
April honoree : FOOL
23
Hurricane heading: Abbr. : ENE
24
Kind of cleaner : OVEN
25
Curly do : AFRO
26
Sweater : KNIT
27
Girls who love books? : READINGLASSES
31
Hang it all! : ART
32
Casanova : ROUE
33
Waiting period, seemingly : EON
34
It runs in the rain : MASCARA
36
Midwest city where Orson Welles was born : KENOSHA
40
Non-earthlings, briefly : ETS
41
Prefix with dose : MEGA
42
Four times a day, in prescriptions : QID
43
Dog show event? : BREEDINGROUND
46
Seles foe : GRAF
48
The bulk : MOST
49
"Veni, ___, vici" : VIDI
50
"Frasier" role : ROZ
51
"Minimum" amount : WAGE
52
Japanese leader of old : SHOGUN
54
The first four-minute mile, e.g.? : AMAZINGRACE
57
Band's booking : GIG
58
Wedding reception, say : FEAST
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"Pomp and Circumstance" composer : ELGAR
60
Baton Rouge sch. : LSU
61
Opening books : TORAH
62
Color changers : DYERS
63
Incas' realm, e.g.: Abbr. : EMP
Down
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Oregano shelfmate : MARJORAM
2
Plant used for skin lotions : ALOEVERA
3
Getaways : RETREATS
4
Part of a nuclear arsenal, for short : ICBM
5
Ruse : PLOY
6
___-en-Provence : AIX
7
Cold sufferer's sound : SNIFFLE
8
Lady of la casa : SENORA
9
Telephone : CALL
10
Cause of conflict, maybe : EGO
11
Adds zest to : LIVENS
12
1985 Nelligan film : ELENI
13
Under siege : BESET
19
Zip : GOOSEEGG
21
Terminal : END
25
Oaxaca water : AGUA
26
Lotto variant : KENO
28
Breathing fire : IRATE
29
Viking shipmate : NORSEMAN
30
Destroyer detector : SONAR
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Old "What's My Line" panelist : CERF
36
Ohio college town : KENT
37
Tilde, e.g. : SQUIGGLE
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Brahman's belief : HINDUISM
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Making sense : ADDINGUP
41
Cheap : MISERLY
43
Marketplace : BAZAAR
44
Tenacious : DOGGED
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Ab ___ (from day one) : OVO
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White collar crime : GRAFT
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"Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon" speaker : ROMEO
51
In the company of : WITH
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Slash mark? : SCAR
53
That lady's : HERS
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When doubled, a Gabor : ZSA
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Wine improver : AGE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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