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New York Times, Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Last herb in a Simon & Garfunkel title

Author:
Patrick Merrell
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Merrell

This puzzle:

Rows: 16, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 50 Missing: {FJQWXZ} There are unchecked squares Featured in Will Shortz's favorite puzzles This is puzzle # 39 for Mr. Merrell.
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© 2004, The New York Times11/2/04 ( No. 20,083 )

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Across
1
Gangster's blade : SHIV
5
Datebook entry: Abbr. : APPT
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Brief news report : RECAP
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Prefix with -batic : AERO
15
Detective's discovery : CLUE
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Explode : ERUPT
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Flying irritant : GNAT
18
Runners : CANDIDATES
20
Pleasingly drawn : ARTISTIC
22
E.R. personnel : RNS
23
Tuscan home of St. Catherine : SIENA
24
Last herb in a Simon & Garfunkel title : THYME
26
Clay, after 1964 : ALI
29
Wildebeest : GNU
31
Cinderella's accompaniers to the ball : COACHMEN
33
Caveat emptor phrase : ASIS
36
Loll in a tub : SOAK
38
Skewered food : KABOB
39
Place for a bagel and a schmear : DELI
40
Binge : SPREE
42
State bird of Hawaii : NENE
43
Area at a river's mouth : DELTA
45
Having time on one's hands : IDLE
46
Alum : GRAD
47
Zoo baby : TIGERCUB
49
Islands welcome : LEI
51
Plastic ___ Band : ONO
52
Half of a 1960's pop quartet : MAMAS
54
Cattle breed : ANGUS
58
Bobby of hockey : ORR
59
Desperate final effort : LASTGASP
61
Where elections are decided : ATTHEPOLLS
65
Marc Antony's love, for short : CLEO
66
Chemist Pasteur : LOUIS
67
Finished second : LOST
68
Château ___-Brion wine : HAUT
69
Fathered : BEGOT
70
LAX listings: Abbr. : ETAS
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Wriggly biters : ASPS
Down
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Short stories they're not : SAGAS
2
Rousseau or Matisse : HENRI
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Furious : IRATE
4
Booth, e.g. : VOTINGSITE
5
Bank statement no. : ACCT
6
Braid of hair : PLAIT
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Obsolescent election item : PUNCHCARDBALLOT
8
A Kennedy : TED
9
Rustic ... and proud of it : REDNECK
10
Notable times : ERAS
11
Scene-ending cry : CUT
12
Gibbon or orangutan : APE
13
Scoreboard nos. : PTS
19
"___ la Douce" : IRMA
21
___ Gabriel : SAN
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Rube : YOKEL
26
Yellow shade : AMBER
27
Hotelier Helmsley : LEONA
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Under the covers : INBED
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Beginning of many ship names : USS
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Potential problem with 7-Down : HANGINGCHAD
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Enlarge, as one's lead : ADDTO
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Greet, as a new year : SEEIN
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Volunteer's statement : ILLGO
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Kind of den : OPIUM
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Long fish : EEL
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It's often shared in theaters : ARMREST
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Complain : CARP
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Have a bite : EAT
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Mexican restaurant bowlful : SALSA
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Inaugural balls : GALAS
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Deplete : USEUP
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Dalmatian features : SPOTS
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Perennial battleground state : OHIO
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Retired Atl. fliers : SSTS
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Priestly garb : ALB
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Bath water tester : TOE
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Harbor craft : TUG
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Grand ___ Opry : OLE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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