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New York Times, Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Put more pressure (on) … or a title for this puzzle?

Author:
Paula Gamache
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Paula Gamache

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 35 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York Times2/14/07 ( No. 20,917 )
Across
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Own (up to) : FESS
5
Freezes : HALTS
10
Hardly racy : TAME
14
Chichi : ARTY
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Old Intellivision rival : ATARI
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___ Bator : ULAN
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Hoedown site : BARN
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Recoiled : SHIED
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Place for studs : TIRE
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Hurricanes or Lightning : ICEHOCKEYTEAM
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Suggest, as a price : ASK
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Zip : NIL
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Ship sent for breadfruit in 1787 : BOUNTY
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Blasts of the past : NTESTS
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"Out of the question" : ICANT
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Links obstacle : WATERHAZARD
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Valentine and others: Abbr. : STS
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Periodic table abbr. : ATWT
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Actor Kilmer : VAL
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___-Ball (arcade game) : SKEE
39
Royale of old autodom : REO
40
Device patented by Thomas Savery in 1698 : STEAMENGINE
44
Sharp-witted : QUICK
45
You can take it with you : NETPAY
46
Pierce with a point : IMPALE
49
Horned Frogs' sch. : TCU
50
Opposite of great, to Burns : SMA
51
Put more pressure (on) … or a title for this puzzle? : TURNUPTHEHEAT
55
Stuck, after "in" : ARUT
56
Turner autobiography : ITINA
57
"The Naked Maja" artist : GOYA
60
Turner who was called the Sweater Girl : LANA
61
Off : NOTON
62
Their milk is used to make Roquefort : EWES
63
Corrida cries : OLES
64
All in : SPENT
65
Completely lose patience : SNAP
Down
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Terrif : FAB
2
Part of B.C.E. : ERA
3
Full-count cry : STRIKETWO
4
Harmony : SYNC
5
Contents of some hookahs : HASHISH
6
Playwright Fugard : ATHOL
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Of the flock : LAIC
8
All-day hike : TREK
9
Court conference : SIDEBAR
10
Expression of annoyance : TUTTUT
11
U.F.O. pilot : ALIEN
12
Charlotte Corday's victim : MARAT
13
Other side : ENEMY
21
___'acte : ENTR
22
In the distance, poetically : YOND
23
Egypt's Sadat : ANWAR
24
Cabinet department : STATE
28
Spot for a scene : SET
29
___ Walton, author of "The Compleat Angler" : IZAAK
30
Like the eye of a hurricane : CALM
32
Picasso's "Colombe ___ fleurs" : AVEC
33
Takes a powder : SKIPSTOWN
34
Pre-noon time : TENAM
35
"Ciao" : SEEYA
38
Police rank: Abbr. : SGT
40
Original Enterprise navigator : SULU
41
Cravat adornments : TIEPINS
42
Captivate : ENCHANT
43
Modern, to Mahler : NEUE
44
"The Spirit of Australia" sloganeer : QANTAS
46
Author Calvino : ITALO
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Diego Rivera work : MURAL
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Snip what's superfluous : PRUNE
49
Mortise's mate : TENON
52
Sunroof alternative : TTOP
53
"The ___ Report," 1976 best seller : HITE
54
Matures : AGES
58
Roll call vote : YEA
59
Nile biter : ASP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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