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New York Times, Monday, November 19, 2001

Author:
Peter Gordon
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Peter Gordon

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 71 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 1119 ( 19,004 )

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Across
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[Uh-oh!] : GULP
5
Lawn mower's path : SWATH
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Subway Series team : METS
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Andy Taylor's TV son : OPIE
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2008 Summer Olympics host : CHINA
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Burn soother : ALOE
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Shock : BOLTFROMTHEBLUE
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Temporary : INTERIM
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Sly looks : LEERS
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Tombstone inscription : RIP
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Physically weak : FRAIL
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Canyon sound : ECHO
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Eagle's claw : TALON
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Experiment sites : LABS
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Garbage : TRASH
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Bronco-riding event : RODEO
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Quick swim : DIP
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Behave oddly : HAVEASCREWLOOSE
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Eden woman : EVE
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Entered, as a car : GOTIN
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Funny bone's location : ELBOW
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Monthly budget item : RENT
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Dukes : FISTS
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Cub Scout groups : DENS
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Respond to a stimulus : REACT
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Skirt's edge : HEM
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Black key above a G : AFLAT
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Popular Toyota : COROLLA
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Definitely deceased : DEADASADOORNAIL
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Pulitzer-winning humorist Barry : DAVE
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Video game name : ATARI
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Jane Austen novel : EMMA
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Constellation part : STAR
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Neighbor of Oman : YEMEN
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Thumbs-up votes : YEAS
Down
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Mongolian desert : GOBI
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Fairy tale's second word : UPON
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Light, happy tune : LILT
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Baseball player with the most lifetime hits : PETEROSE
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Screenwriter's writing : SCRIPT
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"For ___ the Bell Tolls" : WHOM
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Eye the bull's-eye : AIM
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Explosive initials : TNT
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"So there!" : HAH
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Old phone company nickname : MABELL
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Model Macpherson : ELLE
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___ de France : TOUR
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Views : SEES
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Part of T.G.I.F.: Abbr. : FRI
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Inventor Whitney : ELI
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Busy person on Valentine's Day : FLORIST
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Chinchilla or beaver, e.g. : RODENT
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From the top : ANEW
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Bygone anesthetic : ETHER
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Hunger for : CRAVE
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Place of refuge : HAVEN
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Colder than cold : ARCTIC
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Pueblo brick : ADOBE
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Yellowstone animal : BISON
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Gushes : SPEWS
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Witch : HAG
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Bullring cheer : OLE
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Divan : SOFA
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Inherited wealth : OLDMONEY
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Stock exchange worker : TRADER
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One who's way ahead in the polls : SHOOIN
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Greek vowel : ETA
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Flub : ERR
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Uses an abacus : ADDS
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Achievement : FEAT
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Output of Mount Etna : LAVA
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Apple leftover : CORE
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Weak, as an excuse : LAME
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Peru's capital : LIMA
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"What a pity!" : ALAS
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Articulate : SAY
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Took in takeout? : ATE
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Beaver's work : DAM

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