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New York Times, Saturday, February 1, 2003

Author:
Rich Norris
Editor:
Will Shortz
Professor Borg in Bergman's "Wild Strawberries"
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 165 for Mr. Norris.
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© 2003, The New York Times2/1/03 ( No. 19,443 )
Across
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Noted dairy line : GOTMILK
8
Spin : ENGLISH
15
Forever, seemingly : ONANDON
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Italian city on its own gulf : TARANTO
17
Freight unit : CABOOSE
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Passionate : AMATORY
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English mathematician Lovelace : ADA
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Wraps (up) : SEWS
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Argentine province ___ Ríos : ENTRE
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Exposure : RISK
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Professor Borg in Bergman's "Wild Strawberries" : ISAK
27
Scores, in a sense : DEBTS
29
Certain school : TECH
30
After-tax amount : TOTALPRICE
32
Relative of a weasel : STOAT
34
Drive : MOTOR
35
With 36-Across, rhinologist's study : THE
36
See 35-Across : NOSE
38
Referential abbr. : IBID
40
60's demonstration target : SSS
43
Uninjured : WHOLE
45
Knife brand : XACTO
49
Be unnatural : PUTONANACT
52
Dublin's ___ O'More Bridge : RORY
53
Getting on : AGING
54
"The Time Machine" race : ELOI
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"... ___ but the wind": Byron : TWAS
56
End of ___ : ANERA
58
Personification of a gentle wind, in Greek myth : AURA
60
Trading place : PIT
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It often involves geometric patterns : ARTDECO
63
Ignoble digs : RATHOLE
65
"Tragedy" pop group, with "the" : BEEGEES
66
Prayer, at times : INVOKER
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Supplementary material : ADDENDA
68
Moving aids : CASTERS
Down
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Racers : GOCARTS
2
Losing : ONADIET
3
State on the Gulf of Mexico : TABASCO
4
LP insert : MNO
5
A wedding requires two of them : IDOS
6
Snap : LOSEIT
7
Was connected : KNEWSOMEONE
8
Capt.'s guess : ETA
9
Celebrity : NAME
10
Award at Cannes : GRANDPRIX
11
Not the first : LATTER
12
Traveling (around) : INORBIT
13
Duration : STRETCH
14
Major U.S. Spanish-language daily : HOY
21
1974 Peace Prize recipient : SATO
24
Marco Polo associate : KHAN
26
Popular TV co-host : KATIECOURIC
28
Spot : SEE
31
High ball : LOB
33
Common : TOWNGREEN
37
With 44-Down, a 1974 Al Green hit : SHA
39
Scurry : DART
40
Spring for refreshments : SPA
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Saccharine : SUGARED
42
Wasn't liberal : STINTED
44
See 37-Down : LALA
46
Wrangler : COWPOKE
47
Promo, of a sort : TRAILER
48
Chesapeake Bay products : OYSTERS
50
Tense : ONEDGE
51
Capital near the Adriatic Sea : TIRANA
57
Didn't just pass : ACED
59
Some ranchers drive them: Abbr. : ATVS
61
Professional org. since 1878 : ABA
62
She-bear: Sp. : OSA
64
In : HOT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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