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New York Times, Monday, November 17, 2003

Author:
Sarah Keller
Editor:
Will Shortz
Playwright John who wrote "Look Back in Anger"
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 19 for Ms. Keller.
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© 2003, The New York Times11/17/03 ( No. 19,732 )
Across
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Spike Lee's "She's ___ Have It" : GOTTA
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Ship's front : PROW
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Singer Sylvia : SYMS
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Shun : AVOID
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Right-hand person : AIDE
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Butcher's stock : MEAT
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39-Across in Rome : LEONARDODAVINCI
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Schubert's "The ___ KIng" : ERL
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Club ___ (resort) : MED
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Old-time comedian Red : SKELTON
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Gen. Lee's side: Abbr. : CSA
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Whitney or Wallach : ELI
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Inclined : LEANT
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39-Across in New York : JOHNFKENNEDY
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Change, as the Constitution : AMEND
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Mauna ___ (volcano) : KEA
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Word repeated after "Que" in a song : SERA
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Nancy Drew's boyfriend : NED
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Theme of this puzzle : AIRPORT
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Vietnamese New Year : TET
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She, in Italy : ESSA
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Ghost's cry : BOO
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"You ___ Beautiful" : ARESO
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39-Across in Mexico City : BENITOJUAREZ
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"___ luck!" : LOTSA
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Its slogan is "The Racer's Edge" : STP
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Explosive letters : TNT
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Playwright John who wrote "Look Back in Anger" : OSBORNE
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Slugger Williams : TED
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24-hr. banking convenience : ATM
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39-Across in Paris : CHARLESDEGAULLE
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Parsley or sage : HERB
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Russian leader before 1917 : TSAR
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Not yet rented : UNLET
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Talk back to : SASS
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Daughters' counterparts : SONS
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Hopalong Cassidy actor and others : BOYDS
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Storm wind : GALE
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Conquers : OVERCOMES
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Backyard buildings : TOOLSHEDS
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Sn, chemically speaking : TIN
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Genesis man : ADAM
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Ping-Pong ball whacker : PADDLE
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"Flying Down to ___" : RIO
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3:1 or 4:1, e.g. : ODDS
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Unconvincing, as an argument : WEAK
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Happy face symbols : SMILEYS
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Busybody : YENTA
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City in Georgia : MACON
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Tour of duty : STINT
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Stink : REEK
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South African grassland : VELD
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Late columnist Landers : ANN
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Old-fashioned pen receptacles : INKPOTS
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John or ___ Doe : JANE
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Federal regulatory grp. : FDA
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Prefix with classic : NEO
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Sound receiver : EAR
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Forever : ETERNALLY
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Moved to a new home : RESETTLED
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The gamut : ATOZ
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___ Saud (Saudi Arabia's founder) : IBN
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"Vive le ___!" : ROI
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Follower of sigma : TAU
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Works like a sponge : ABSORBS
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Stoolie : RAT
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Nobleman : EARL
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Aquatic animals : OTTERS
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Computer image file format : JPEG
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Scottish bodies of water : LOCHS
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Irish-born actor Milo : OSHEA
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Ski lifts : TBARS
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Volleyball court dividers : NETS
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Old U.S. gas brand : ESSO
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Smear : DAUB
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Shea team : METS
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Dapper ___ : DAN
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Family card game : UNO

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

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