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New York Times, Friday, December 10, 1993

Author:
Alex K. Justin
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Alex K. Justin

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Justin. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1993, The New York TimesNo. 1210 ( 16,103 )
Across
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David Bowie's model wife : IMAN
5
Famed Dublin theater : ABBEY
10
Terrier of fiction : ASTA
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Canceled : NOGO
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Pen : WRITE
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Paula of "CBS This Morning" : ZAHN
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Burgeon : GROW
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"Read my lips" declaration : NONEWTAXES
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Never : ATNOTIME
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Actress Graft of "Mr. Belvedere" : ILENE
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It's forbidden : NONO
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It may be blind : DATE
26
Veteran sailor : SEADOG
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Polite refusal : NOTHANKS
33
Montreal street sign : ARRET
34
Indian craft : CANOE
35
Suffix with diet or planet : ARY
36
Bush Attorney General William : BARR
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Become misty : FOGUP
38
Computer symbol : ICON
39
"How was _____ know?" : ITO
40
Buy a round : TREAT
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Cultural: Prefix : ETHNO
42
1987 Costner thriller : NOWAYOUT
44
Carried on : LASTED
45
PC operator : USER
46
Country ballroom? : BARN
47
Alamogordo's county : OTERO
50
"Jack Sprat could _____" : EATNOFAT
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Straight from the shoulder : NONONSENSE
57
Bear up? : URSA
58
Kuwaiti ruler : EMIR
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Get _____ of one's own medicine : ADOSE
60
Go smoothly : SAIL
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Actress Thompson : SADA
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Kind of situation : NOWIN
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Noted Ferrara family : ESTE
Down
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Swenson of "Benson" : INGA
2
Satirist Sahl : MORT
3
Attic contest : AGON
4
"I'm not surprised!" : NOWONDER
5
Storefront sight : AWNING
6
Headache easer, for short : BROMO
7
Twining stem : BINE
8
Riviera season : ETE
9
Material for archers' bows : YEW
10
Rhododendron : AZALEA
11
_____-Coburg (former duchy) : SAXE
12
"_____He Kissed Me" (1963 hit) : THEN
13
Addie's husband in "As I Lay Dying" : ANSE
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Church gift : TITHE
21
Drinking binge : TOOT
24
Dunking item : DONUT
25
Over : ATOP
26
Polio fighter : SABIN
27
Lyrist of myth : ERATO
28
"This way" sign : ARROW
29
Complain relentlessly to : NAGAT
30
Strauss's "Eine _____in Venedig" : NACHT
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Jockey Julie : KRONE
32
Religious council : SYNOD
34
_____d'Alene, Idaho : COEUR
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Splitting tool : FROE
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"I can't go on!" : ITSNOUSE
40
Spinks defeater, 1988 : TYSON
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Deserve : EARN
43
Roman Eos : AURORA
44
Mediterranean vessel : LATEEN
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Ezio Pinza and others : BASSI
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Singles : ONES
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Tony Musante TV series : TOMA
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Novelist Bagnold : ENID
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Sufficient, once : ENOW
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Lippo Lippi et al. : FRAS
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Didion's "Play It _____ Lays" : ASIT
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Chaucer piece : TALE
55
Antonio or Juan : SAN
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Conductor de Waart : EDO

Answer summary: 7 debuted here and reused later.

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