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New York Times, Tuesday, November 15, 1994

Author:
Judith Perry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Judith Perry

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {BJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Ms. Perry. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 1115 ( 16,443 )

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Students & seniors
Across
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Lupino et al. : IDAS
5
Rock band equipment : AMPS
9
Swabs : MOPS
13
"Cheers" habitue : NORM
14
French landscape painter : COROT
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Toward shelter : ALEE
17
Talk show host's holiday songs? : LENOSNOELS
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Holler : YELL
20
Interstice in a leaf : AREOLE
21
Goes first : LEADSOFF
23
Hog heaven? : STY
24
County bordering London : SURREY
25
Window frame : SASH
27
Actor's first course? : ALDASSALAD
31
Wine cask : TUN
32
Swing around : SLUE
33
Spitting _____ : IMAGE
34
Education for the deaf : ORALISM
36
Carrot cousin : PARSNIP
38
Street show : RAREE
39
Bit of medicine : DOSE
40
Car in a 1964 hit song : GTO
41
Artist's soup ingredients? : KLEESLEEKS
44
H.S. jr.'s exam : PSAT
45
Tempestuous : STORMY
46
Legal matter : RES
47
Smart alec : WISEACRE
50
Jesse James, e.g. : OUTLAW
53
Buffalo's lake : ERIE
54
Playwright's rubbish? : HARTSTRASH
56
Drum sound : ROLL
57
Moonshiner's need : STILL
58
Look _____ (explore) : INTO
59
Grandson of Adam : ENOS
60
Old record company : ATCO
61
Auspices: Var. : EGIS
Down
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"To Live and Die _____" : INLA
2
Active one : DOER
3
English composer's trap? : ARNESSNARE
4
Unwrinkled : SMOOTH
5
Clearasil target : ACNE
6
Bossy's call : MOO
7
Musical intro : PRELUDE
8
Sherry classification : SOLERA
9
Actress-director's vegetables? : MAYSYAMS
10
Source of trans-fatty acids : OLEO
11
Ill-gotten wealth : PELF
12
_____-serve (gas sign) : SELF
15
Russian kings : TSARS
18
Foxy : SLY
22
Wish for : DESIRE
24
Poor part of town : SLUM
25
Baby bird? : STORK
26
Ear-related : AURAL
27
Capp and Capone : ALS
28
Film maker's argot? : LANGSSLANG
29
Heebie-jeebies : AGITA
30
Station : DEPOT
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Mexican's nap : SIESTA
35
General's catch of the day? : LEESEELS
36
Slow : POKY
37
Balaam's mount : ASS
39
Black mark : DEMERIT
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Lomond and Ness : LOCHS
43
Mistakes : ERRATA
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"Dick Van Dyke Show" family name : PETRIE
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Dull routine : RUT
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"_____ all in this together" : WERE
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Press clothes : IRON
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Cylindrical building : SILO
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Norse capital : OSLO
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Italian wine center : ASTI
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"_____ on first?" : WHOS
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R.N.'s skill : TLC

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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