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New York Times, Wednesday, February 18, 2004

What 17- and 37-Across and 11- and 25-Down each comes to?

Author:
Mitch Komro
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mitch Komro

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Komro.
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© 2004, The New York Times2/18/04 ( No. 19,825 )

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Across
1
Shout from the sidelines on TV : HIMOM
6
"Monty Python" airer : BBC
9
"Concentration" puzzle : REBUS
14
Expo '70 site : OSAKA
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"Seinfeld" uncle : LEO
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Visibly shocked : AGASP
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Casino slickster : CARDSHARP
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Caddie, basically : TOTER
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Dangerous cargo, in modern lingo : HAZMAT
22
Humble reply : ITRY
23
"Charlotte's Web" author : EBWHITE
27
Sheriff's party? : POSSE
29
Snickers : TEHEES
30
Like some eels or catfish : ELECTRIC
33
Genesis firstborn : CAIN
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Sleek, in car talk : AERO
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"I'm so glad!" : YAY
36
Elevs. : HTS
37
Toaster treat : POPTART
40
State Dept. figure : AMB
41
Comics shriek : EEK
42
Met number : ARIA
43
Opposite of endo- : ECTO
44
Shows contempt for : SNEERSAT
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Potential retiree : SENIOR
48
Gold rush territory : YUKON
49
Shamefaced : HANGDOG
50
W.W. II ally : USSR
52
Major fiction : NOVELS
54
"Go ahead, ask!" : SHOOT
56
What 17- and 37-Across and 11- and 25-Down each comes to? : BITTEREND
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Two-door conveyance : COUPE
62
Aladdin's sidekick : ABU
63
Instant message recipient, maybe : AOLER
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Like unlucky toreadors : GORED
65
Iron-pumper's unit : REP
66
Writer who's in the minority : LEFTY
Down
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Ad ___ : HOC
2
"Love ___ Sickness" (Daniel poem) : ISA
3
Deface : MAR
4
Gave the go-ahead : OKD
5
Five iron : MASHIE
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Mark, as a trail : BLAZE
7
Road shoulder : BERM
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Accede to the district attorney, perhaps : COPAPLEA
9
Blow the whistle (on) : RAT
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Self-server : EGOIST
11
Bad coffee, informally : BATTERYACID
12
Manipulator : USER
13
Light-footed : SPRY
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Panama and porkpie : HATS
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"___ is human ..." : TOERR
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Makes aquatints : ETCHES
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Much traveled : BEATEN
25
Sugary cocktail : WHISKEYSOUR
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Clucker : HEN
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Nae sayer : SCOT
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Trouble constantly : EATAT
31
"You are not!" retort : IAMTOO
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RoboCop, e.g. : CYBORG
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Bench locale : PARK
38
Mork's leader on "Mork & Mindy" : ORSON
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Place for cocktails : PIANOBAR
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Chang's twin : ENG
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Low Countries locale : EUROPE
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Margarita feature : SALT
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Ratify by stamping : ENSEAL
49
In a lather : HETUP
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Maritime grp. : USCG
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"Buzz off!" : SHOO
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Sensation, slangily : VIBE
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Sitcom newsman Baxter : TED
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Lobster eggs : ROE
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Brownie : ELF
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Take captive : NET
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Like some wells and lectures : DRY

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later.

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