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New York Times, Monday, December 26, 2005

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Allan E. Parrish

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KX} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 1226 ( 20,502 )

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Across
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"A guy walks into a ___ …" : BAR
4
State Farm competitor : AETNA
9
French artist Edgar : DEGAS
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From ___ Z : ATO
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Start of a weightlifting maneuver : SQUAT
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___ Gay (W.W. II plane) : ENOLA
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Wail : SOB
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1994 John Travolta film : PULPFICTION
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Unordinary : SPECIAL
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Mended, as socks : DARNED
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Litter's littlest : RUNT
24
Boob tube, in Britain : TELLY
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Damon of "Good Will Hunting" : MATT
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O3 : OZONE
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Suffix with Oktober : FEST
34
Swiss peak : ALP
35
Mouse catchers : TRAPS
36
Defense grp., 1954-77 : SEATO
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Dentists' focus : TEETH
39
Tire pressure measure: Abbr. : PSI
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Varnish ingredient : RESIN
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The "E" of EGBDF : EVERY
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Sponsorship : AEGIS
44
"We Know Drama" cable channel : TNT
45
Actress Ward : SELA
46
British guns : STENS
47
McDonald's arches, e.g. : LOGO
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Place : STEAD
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Bridge guru Sharif : OMAR
52
Friend of Betty and Veronica, in the comics : ARCHIE
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Wine server : STEWARD
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"Queen of Hearts" vocalist, 1981 : JUICENEWTON
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Neither's partner : NOR
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Place to exchange rings : ALTAR
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Boutiques : SHOPS
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"Little" car in a 1964 top 10 hit : GTO
65
Bridle straps : REINS
66
Competitive, as a personality : TYPEA
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Mind-reading ability, for short : ESP
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Low voice : BASS
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Sitting on : ATOP
3
British leader from whom the "bobbies" got their name : ROBERTPEEL
4
Former defense secretary Les : ASPIN
5
Line that extends for 24,902 miles : EQUATOR
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1960's-80's rock group Jethro ___ : TULL
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Short snooze : NAP
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Fed. law enforcement org. : ATF
9
Toy race car adornment : DECAL
10
Price to participate : ENTRYFEE
11
Enter : GOIN
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Skin cream additive : ALOE
13
Hourglass fill : SAND
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Doing nothing : IDLE
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Last word from a director : CUT
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Tournament favorite : TOPSEED
25
Coast Guard rank : ENSIGN
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Pub buddies : MATES
27
Tylenol rival : ALEVE
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Mexican revolutionary Emiliano : ZAPATA
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City neighboring Newark, N.J. : EASTORANGE
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Bee injury : STING
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Kemo Sabe's sidekick : TONTO
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"___ kingdom come …" : THY
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Some S.A.T. takers : SRS
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Refuse holder : TRASHCAN
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Heavy hydrogen, e.g. : ISOTOPE
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Witnessed : SEEN
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Perry Mason's profession : LAW
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Stadium levels : TIERS
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High-I.Q. set : MENSA
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Open slightly : AJAR
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Govern : RULE
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Commercial prefix with bank : CITI
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"Halt!" : STOP
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Goes bad : ROTS
57
Plunge : DROP
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Guinness Book suffix : EST
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"How come?" : WHY

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle.

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