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New York Times, Thursday, November 7, 2013

The "you" in "you caught my eye" in a 1965 #1 hit

Author:
Alan DerKazarian
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. DerKazarian.
Alan DerKazarian notes:
This puzzle went through three incarnations. The first one had a musical theme. I had (NIGHT)INBANGKOK, (PAC)(PAC)SHAKUR, ... read more
Will Shortz notes:
I'm guessing this puzzle is a little hard to break into, but once you catch on to the theme, it goes much quicker. It's a lovely theme ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Every time I think I've seen all the twists and variations on rebus puzzles, another one pops ups to delight me. I really enjoy the ... read more
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© 2013, The New York Times11/7/13 ( No. 23,375 )
Across
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They're thrown from horses : RIATAS
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Fake : SHAM
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"The Silence of the Lambs" org. : FBI
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Join the game, in a way : ANTEUP
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Spun : WOVE
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TV ET : ALF
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The "you" in "you caught my eye" in a 1965 #1 hit : RHONDA
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Casino sights : ONEARMEDBANDITS
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It flows in the Loire : EAU
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Pasta name suffix : INI
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Boss of TV's Mork : ORSON
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Small-time thieves : TWOBITCROOKS
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Johannes : German :: ___ : Scottish : IAN
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O'Hare or Newark Liberty : HUB
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Totally awesome : EPIC
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One usually buys a round one : TRIP
35
Olympian Ohno : APOLO
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Some archaeological finds : BONES
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Author of "The Prague Cemetery" : ECO
40
"Hawaii ___" : FIVEO
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Suffix with drunk : ARD
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Schleppers' aids : TOTES
44
Relative of a tank top : TEE
45
"Roots" surname : KINTE
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Slip past : ELUDE
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Touchdowns: Abbr. : ARRS
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Antibloating brand : GASX
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It can cause bloating : AIR
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German word that's 67-Across spelled backward : EIN
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Con game : THREECARDMONTE
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Glove material : SATIN
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Fool : SAP
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It may be topped with an angel : FIR
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What an intersection may have : FOURWAYSTOP
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Excavation : MINING
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German word that's 52-Across spelled backward : NIE
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Parthian predecessor : MEDE
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City north of Lisbon : OPORTO
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Butt : END
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Setting for a fall : EDEN
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Minimum : MEREST
Down
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Dish with melted cheese : RAREBIT
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Occupy : INHABIT
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Just above : ATOUCHOVER
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+ 6 : TEN
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Some commuter "reading" : AUDIOBOOK
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Joe of "NCIS" : SPANO
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Overran : SWARMED
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Tramp : HOBO
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Shylock trait : AVARICE
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Sharp circle? : MENSA
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Willingly, old-style : FAIN
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Nonkosher sandwich : BLT
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Uncertainties : IFS
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Discouraging advice : DONT
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Japanese flower-arranging art : IKEBANA
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Line at a stationery store? : RULE
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Topps collectible : SPORTSCARD
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Cataloging things : INDEXCARDS
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Fight back : RETURNFIRE
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Whacked : ICED
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Vogue on a dance floor : POSE
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Shaving brand : AFTA
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Place to get a bite? : PIER
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Certain heat conduit : STEAMPIPE
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Mishmash : OLIO
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Lit : IGNITED
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Ship's route : SEAWAY
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Familiar phone conversation starter : ITSME
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Common spice in Indian food : CARDAMOM
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Shades : TINTS
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Cereal killer : ERGOT
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Went to and fro : SWAYED
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Convergent point : NODE
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Oscar-winning John : WAYNE
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Entry : WAYIN
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Fence (in) : PEN
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Word before rain, heat and gloom : NOR

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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