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New York Times, Monday, November 25, 2002

Author:
Randall J. Hartman
Editor:
Will Shortz
Matt Dillon film based on an S. E. Hinton novel
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Randall J. Hartman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {GJQXY} This is puzzle # 44 for Mr. Hartman. Monday freshness: 23%
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W
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A
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D
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S
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E
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R
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I
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C
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A
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B
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A
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T
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S
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A
R
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A
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V
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L
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T
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U
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H
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R
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B
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L
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F
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M
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K
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S
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N
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B
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D
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C
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S
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T
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R
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D
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T
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S
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N
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H
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A
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M
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S
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H
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T
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L
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S
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B
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Z
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O
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P
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M
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M
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D
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L
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© 2002, The New York Times11/25/2 ( No. 19,375 )
Across
1
Mouthfuls of gum : WADS
5
"Fear of Flying" author Jong : ERICA
10
Flying mammals : BATS
14
Side squared, for a square : AREA
15
Outdoor employee at a restaurant : VALET
16
Salt Lake City's home : UTAH
17
Matt Dillon film based on an S. E. Hinton novel : RUMBLEFISH
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"___ my day!" : MAKE
20
Like some kisses and unlocked bikes : STOLEN
21
Summer in France : ETE
22
Ran, as colors : BLED
23
Pennies : CENTS
25
Deer hunter's trophy : ANTLERS
27
Airport info: Abbr. : ARR
29
Song for two : DUET
31
Word before "I told you so!" : SEE
32
Ark builder : NOAH
34
Infinitesimal bit : ATOM
36
Disconcert : ABASH
40
"Swan Lake" garb : TUTU
41
___ lazuli : LAPIS
43
Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay : EDNA
44
Response to "Who's there?" : ITSME
46
After-bath powder : TALC
47
Give off : EMIT
48
Diner sandwich : BLT
50
Kind of tolerance : ZERO
52
Resident: Suffix : ITE
53
Pertains : APPLIES
57
Relish : SAVOR
59
Bog : MIRE
60
Essence : NUB
62
Fruit with a peel : BANANA
65
Tiny bump on a graph : BLIP
66
Doofus : STUMBLEBUM
68
Actress Anderson : LONI
69
Swashbuckling Flynn : ERROL
70
Choir member : ALTO
71
Suffix with luncheon : ETTE
72
"Inferno" author : DANTE
73
More or ___ : LESS
Down
1
The "W" in V.F.W. : WARS
2
Stuck in ___ : ARUT
3
Political descendants of Thomas Jefferson : DEMOCRATS
4
Expensive fur : SABLE
5
Ultimate : EVENTUAL
6
Brit. fliers : RAF
7
Tennis's Nastase : ILIE
8
Jai alai equipment : CESTA
9
Site of the 2004 Olympics : ATHENS
10
Colorful stinger : BUMBLEBEE
11
"___ of Two Cities" : ATALE
12
Greedy one : TAKER
13
Leaves hair here and there : SHEDS
18
Give for a while : LEND
24
Assail : SETAT
26
Oolong or pekoe : TEA
27
Not pro : ANTI
28
Football score of 60-0, say : ROUT
30
Stone in a ring : TOPAZ
33
Not a good thing to have to eat : HUMBLEPIE
35
A long way : MILES
37
Praiseworthy : ADMIRABLE
38
Pique : SNIT
39
Loathe : HATE
42
Game with tiles : SCRABBLE
45
Whitney of cotton gin fame : ELI
49
Got uptight : TENSED
51
Like one White House office : OVAL
53
Walk about : AMBLE
54
Jet controller : PILOT
55
Not write cursively : PRINT
56
Kama ___ : SUTRA
58
Shaq of the N.B.A. : ONEAL
61
Scorch : BURN
63
Wacky : NUTS
64
Old Testament book : AMOS
67
Bon ___ (witticism) : MOT

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