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New York Times, Wednesday, November 13, 2002

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

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {CJQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 98 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite
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Across
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Fare-beater's aid : SLUG
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Broadway dance hit of 1999 : FOSSE
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Soup bean : LIMA
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Cancún coin : PESO
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Ufologist's study : ALIEN
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"This ___ good as it gets!" : ISAS
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Author Jaffe : RONA
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Prompters' utterances : LINES
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Häagen-___ : DAZS
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Start of a quip : ANAPOLOGYIS
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One who's always buzzing off? : BEE
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Molière's "The School for ___" : WIVES
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Like : ALA
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Loop trains : ELS
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Nonclerical : LAY
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They may be running : TABS
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Glorifies : EXALTS
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Like some car headlights : DIMMED
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Succulent plant : ALOE
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Middle of the quip : AGREATWAYTOHAVE
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Do business : DEAL
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Brews : STEEPS
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In danger : ATRISK
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Old-fashioned theaters : ODEA
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Wee, to Burns : SMA
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N.Y.C. subway overseer : MTA
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Assn. formed in Bogotá : OAS
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Beanie's top, perhaps : ROTOR
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___ Na Na : SHA
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End of the quip : THELASTWORD
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Guns : REVS
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Throat doctor's concern : UVULA
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There's little point to it : EPEE
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Subject for Monet : IRIS
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Pocket protector brigade : NERDS
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Former Georgia senator : NUNN
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Sunday ___ : BEST
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Some of them are gray : AREAS
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Smudge : SPOT
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Urban ___ : SPRAWL
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New Jersey town near Teaneck : LEONIA
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Anchorman's network? : USNAVY
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Flip : GOAPE
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Mountaineer's worry : FALL
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This and that : OLIO
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Belt out : SING
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"Later!" : SEEYA
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Store, as corn : ENSILE
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Topper : LID
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Spanish queen who was given the title "the Catholic" : ISABELLA
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"Congratulations!" : MAZELTOV
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One with duties : ASSESSEE
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Port of old Rome : OSTIA
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Part of a jazz combo : SAX
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Qty. : AMT
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Autobahn sights : BMWS
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Old anti-Communist assn. : SEATO
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Sounds of relief : AAHS
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Where heroes may be found : DELI
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Not natural : DYED
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1949 Tracy/Hepburn film : ADAMSRIB
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Arrive : GETTHERE
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Curiosity : RARAAVIS
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Kind of time : TEE
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60's-70's gallery hangings : OPART
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Drinker : SOT
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Wizard, in slang : KAHUNA
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Clog : STOPUP
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Oscar winner for "West Side Story" : MORENO
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Dedicated : ARDENT
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Cut : SEVER
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Jesse known as the "Buckeye Bullet" : OWENS
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Come-on : LURE
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Actor Robert or Alan : ALDA
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Lip : SASS
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Heathrow plane : SST

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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