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New York Times, Thursday, November 17, 2005

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brendan Emmett Quigley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JKQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 101 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 1117 ( 20,463 )

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Across
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Semifluid material : PLASM
6
Enchantress, in Shakespeare : HAG
9
Put a belt on : GIRD
13
Why and wherefore : RATIONALE
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Prefix with logical : PATHO
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"Old" ship's name : IRONSIDES
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Big name in printers : EPSON
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2005 Samuel L. Jackson biopic : COACHCARTER
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George who wrote "Fables in Slang" : ADE
21
De bene ___ (legal phrase) : ESSE
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Preoccupy : OBSESS
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Controlled : LED
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Recording medium, for short : DAT
25
Humorist Shriner : WIL
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Go through : PERUSE
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Many a stained glass window : MOSAIC
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Eyelashes : CILIA
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Same old, same old : BUSINESSASUSUAL
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Without a break : ONEND
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Time in advertising : TONITE
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Knocked on the noggin : BEANED
40
Mineral suffix : ITE
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28-Across, e.g. : ART
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Some notes : FAS
45
Lap again : REPASS
48
Foreign dignitary : EMIR
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"The Lord of the Rings" extra : ORC
50
Ones getting Secret Service protection : FIRSTFAMILY
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Acronym since 1941 : SNAFU
54
Private talks : ONEONONES
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Bud protector : SEPAL
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Uncover : FERRETOUT
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Innocence locale : EDEN
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Some job hunters: Abbr. : SRS
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University of Maryland, informally : TERPS
Down
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Going for, with "at" : PRICED
2
"Domani" singer Julius : LAROSA
3
Wedding reception cry : ATOAST
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Because : SINCE
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Do slam-dancing : MOSH
6
Really enjoyed oneself : HADABLAST
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A's, e.g. : ALERS
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Beau ___ : GESTE
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Dental problem : GAP
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"Wow!" : ITSALULU
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Land that declared its independence on 11/11/1965 : RHODESIA
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Words said before shaking hands : DONEDEAL
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Ratatouille ___ : NICOISE
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Hound, say : PERSECUTE
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"Reading" ability : ESP
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Bang-up : WONDERFUL
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Appear on the scene : RISE
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Where Bob Dylan was born: Abbr. : MINN
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Prefix with propyl : ISO
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Kitchen containers : CANISTERS
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"Liza With a Z" Emmy winner : BOBFOSSE
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Like some income : UNEARNED
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1975 Edward Albee Pulitzer-winning play : SEASCAPE
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Takes, as an exam : SITSFOR
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"Vox populi, vox ___" : DEI
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Key of Mozart's "Odense" Symphony : AMINOR
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Anger : RILEUP
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Rendezvous : TRYSTS
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Leaders of class struggles? : PROFS
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Host Jules of E! : ASNER
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Not play subtly : EMOTE
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Without ___ (dangerously) : ANET
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Jersey wearer, maybe : FAN

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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