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New York Times, Thursday, November 30, 2000

One who lifts a sack of Liberty coins?

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJVZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 119 for Mr. Nosowsky.
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© 2000, The New York Times11/30/00 ( No. 18,650 )
Across
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Composition of some flakes : BRAN
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Fetch : SHAG
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Finish off, as operations : MOPUP
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Thin tie with a clasp : BOLO
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Foreign exchange : EURO
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"If ___ you ..." : IWERE
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One who lifts a sack of Liberty coins? : QUARTERBAGSNEAK
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Queen of Persia, in the Bible : ESTHER
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#1 R&B hit for Little Richard : LUCILLE
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Bender of iron bars, maybe : HEMAN
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Church lady : NUN
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Off-center : ASKEW
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Categorized as chicken? : HENPEGGED
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Flowering shrub : SPIREA
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___ Aviv : TEL
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Skater Midori : ITO
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Half-brother of Tom Sawyer : SID
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Club in a Navy jail? : BRIGBAT
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Measure of conductance : MHO
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Out of production : OLD
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Bambi's aunt : ENA
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Uncritical one : YESMAN
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Hinder short-wave transmission? : CLOGRADIO
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Coeur d'___ : ALENE
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Alway : EER
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"Au contraire!" : NOTSO
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Many a dot-com business : STARTUP
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Is untruthful with : LIESTO
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Sign at a roach motel? : THEBUGSTOPSHERE
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"Queen of the Hop" hitmaker, 1958 : DARIN
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Exploratorium subject : IONS
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Two out of sixty-six? : EXES
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Realism, e.g. : STYLE
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Like some turkey stuffing : SAGY
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Direction at many a corner : STOP
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Grilling, for short : BBQ
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Rake : ROUE
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"Ah, those were the days" : ALAS
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Stormy wintry blast : NORTHER
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"I call 'em as I ___" : SEEEM
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Cry of triumph : HURRAH
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Wall St. maven : ARB
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Good shot : GOAL
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Bad shot : MISCUE
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With title to : OWNING
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Lose a layer : PEEL
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River to the Caspian : URAL
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Lap yapper : PEKE
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Popular shopping place these days : THEWEB
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Action in a western : GUNPLAY
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Profit : NETGAIN
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Part of A.M.A.: Abbr. : ASSOC
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Coastline calamity : SPILL
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Pal : KIDDO
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S. Dak. neighbor : NEB
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One-inch putt, e.g. : GIMME
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Author Canin : ETHAN
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Blackmore title name : DOONE
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Floor cover : AREARUG
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N.Y.C. subway : IND
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Makes the hair stand on end? : TEASES
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Doesn't stay in the bucket : SLOSHES
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Burrowing pet : GERBIL
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Adjust for pitch again : RETUNE
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Alternative to black or green : OOLONG
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Somewhat looped : TIPSY
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F.C.C. concerns: Abbr. : STDS
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Just one of those things : THAT
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Unsubstantial : AERY
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Letters that look like tridents : PSIS
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Just one's type? : TEXT
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It may be double-stuffed : OREO
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___ T : TOA
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Psychic's power : ESP

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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