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New York Times, Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Author:
Caleb Madison
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Caleb Madison

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Madison. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York TimesNo. 1201 ( 22,303 )
Across
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With 66-Across, subject of this puzzle, born 12/1/1935 : WOODY
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"Maude" star Arthur : BEA
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With 64-Across, 1-/66-Across movie of 2005 : MATCH
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"If memory serves ..." : ASIRECALL
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Dress in the Forum : STOLA
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... of 1987 : RADIODAYS
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Some tomatoes : ROMAS
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Faux pas : MISSTEP
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Winter hrs. in St. Louis : CST
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... of 1990 : ALICE
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___ exchange : ION
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It's high on the pH scale : BASE
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Silents actor Novarro : RAMON
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... of 1979 : MANHATTAN
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Asian nurse : AMAH
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Dorothy's state: Abbr. : KAN
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"Too bad!" : AWW
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... of 1971 : BANANAS
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... of 1973 : SLEEPER
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Be up : BAT
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Mayo is in it : ANO
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___ land : LALA
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... of 1977 : ANNIEHALL
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Par ___ : AVION
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Part of l'été : AOUT
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A mean Amin : IDI
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... of 1983 : ZELIG
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Nelson Mandela's org. : ANC
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Shaded passageway : PERGOLA
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Verdi's very : MOLTO
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... of 1978 : INTERIORS
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Close, in verse : ANEAR
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Feverishness : FEBRILITY
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See 9-Across : POINT
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Raiders make them, informally : TDS
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See 1-Across : ALLEN
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Something played out in a theater : WAR
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Spanish she-bear : OSA
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Geometric suffix : OID
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Demoisturized, in commercial names : DRI
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Palace workers : YEOMEN
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Flock sounds : BAAS
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Heavenly : ELYSIAN
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Hall-of-Famer Walter who was a Dodger manager for 23 years : ALSTON
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No. on a car : MSRP
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___ Z : ATO
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Male with whiskers : TOMCAT
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Top-level : CLASSA
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Get a move on : HASTEN
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Early fifth-century year : CDI
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Surround with a glow : ENHALO
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Sheik's mount : ARAB
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Spiritual guide : LAMA
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One-named 1970s-'80s supermodel : IMAN
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Live together : COHABIT
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Vitamin involved in cell metabolism : BTWELVE
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"Keep them coming, Juan!" : MAS
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Amazement : AWE
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TV's ___ Lee : KATHIE
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Scot's not : NAE
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Show announced by Don Pardo for 30+ years, for short : SNL
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Construction worker's lunch container : PAIL
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H. G. Wells people : ELOI
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Phoned : RANG
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Neatened, in a way : ALIGNED
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Certain travel guide : AAAMAP
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"Stop! You've got it all wrong!" : NONONO
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Centers : NUCLEI
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Unmoored : ADRIFT
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Hank with voices on "The Simpsons" : AZARIA
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Left side : PORT
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Places where the Daily Racing Form is read, in brief : OTBS
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Celtic sea god : LER
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Get bronze : TAN
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Excellent, slangily : ILL
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Lube (up) : OIL
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Way: Abbr. : RTE
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Dict. listing : SYN

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