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New York Times, Monday, November 26, 2001

With 69-Across, a film with 27- and 64-Across

Author:
Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bette Sue Cohen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 46 for Ms. Cohen.
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© 2001, The New York Times11/26/01 ( No. 19,011 )
Across
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Oregon's capital : SALEM
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Sounds worked on by speech therapists : LISPS
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With 69-Across, a film with 27- and 64-Across : TOP
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Appliance maker : AMANA
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Immobile : INERT
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Wire service inits. : UPI
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27- and 64-Across film, with "The" : GAYDIVORCEE
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Wager : BET
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W.W. II area: Abbr. : ETO
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Principles : TENETS
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Risqué : RACY
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A nonmusician may have one : TINEAR
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Exude : OOZE
27
Half a famous Hollywood duo : GINGERROGERS
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Place for a breath of fresh air? : LUNG
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Wriggly fish : EEL
37
Precisely : TOATEE
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Give ___ time : AHARD
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Mo. with Columbus Day : OCT
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Giant : TITAN
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Dummies : DODOES
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Rankle : IRK
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Unhip person : NERD
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27- and 64-Across film : SHALLWEDANCE
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Certain legal protection : LIEN
52
Difficult experience : ORDEAL
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Outlaws : BANS
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"___ Fideles" : ADESTE
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Untruth : LIE
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"Who ___ we kidding?" : ARE
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Other half of the Hollywood duo : FREDASTAIRE
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Half a dozen : SIX
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Go out with ___ : ABANG
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Bury : INTER
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See 11-Across : HAT
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Pianist Hess and others : MYRAS
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Poor : NEEDY
Down
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TV comic Bob : SAGET
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Celebrated Italian violinmaker : AMATI
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Apply, as a coat of wax : LAYON
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Epilogue : END
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Rum cocktail : MAITAI
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MGM symbol : LION
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Regarding : INRE
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Pie chart part : SECTOR
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Arrange by ZIP code, e.g. : PRESORT
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Fr. holy woman : STE
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Oompah instrument : TUBA
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Assn. with many Gulf members : OPEC
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Feel sorry for : PITY
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"From the Earth to the Moon" writer : VERNE
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Put on again, as weight : REGAINED
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Appetizers with sweet-and-sour sauce : EGGROLLS
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Kind of suit : ZOOT
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1980's-90's car name : GEO
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Spanish hero who died in 1099 : ELCID
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Suffix with cigar : ETTE
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Behind : REAR
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Transmit : SEND
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Boys : LADS
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"This looks bad" : UHOH
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Nothin' : NADA
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Meat slicer site : DELI
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___-la-la : TRA
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Believe in wholeheartedly : SWEARBY
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Ship speed units : KNOTS
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Make beloved : ENDEAR
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Obtuse one : CRETIN
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A-list types : ELITE
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Broadcast : AIRED
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Apprehensive : LEERY
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Big party : BASH
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Opera excerpt : ARIA
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Cashier's cry : NEXT
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Dame ___, Barry Humphries character : EDNA
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Droops : SAGS
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Mom, dad and the kids: Abbr. : FAM
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Gas suffix : ANE

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