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Theme: College Catalogue

New York Times, Sunday, February 2, 1997

Author:
R. Silvestri
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Richard Silvestri

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 138, Blocks: 79 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1997, The New York TimesNo. 0202 ( 17,253 )
Across
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Spanish poet Federico Garcia ___ : LORCA
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Jacuzzi user : BATHER
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Look everywhere in : SCOUR
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Indisposed : AVERSE
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Make it big : ARRIVE
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Popular porters : SHERPAS
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Welty's "One Writer's Beginnings," e.g. : MEMOIR
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Stretched one's neck : CRANED
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Mexican state or a product that originated there : TABASCO
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Whole-grain food : BROWNRICE
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Specialist in a duck blind : DRAKEHUNTER
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"___ Where My Money Goes" (early 1900's song) : DATS
30
Chuck alternative : CHAS
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The thing is? : ITS
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G.P. grp. : AMA
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Highest honor : ACE
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Colorful clumps of grass : AUBURNTUFTS
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Trimming tool : EDGER
42
Platitudes : TRUISMS
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Army leader? : ARNIE
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Province in Italy's Northern League : VARESE
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Blue Eagle initials : NRA
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Adult : GROWN
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Locate : SITE
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Conviction : BELIEF
52
Kingdom of Minos : CRETE
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Lies limply : SPRAWLS
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Drink for Drac : BLOOD
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Nurse : FEED
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Street of mystery : DELLA
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Go cold turkey : QUIT
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Columbia athlete : LION
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Fill the hold : LADE
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Flying jib, e.g. : SAIL
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Pull strings? : UNDO
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Get fresh with : SASS
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More than miffed : IRATE
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Toiling : ATIT
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Christmas ___ : SEALS
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Advanced course : SEMINAR
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Whiz : MAVEN
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"___ a Moon Out Tonight" (1961 hit) : THERES
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"___ Three Lives" : ILED
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Missouri, e.g. : RIVER
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East end : ERN
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Jelly ingredient : PECTIN
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Secretary, at times : FILER
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Crime statistics : ARRESTS
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Western airline name : ALOHA
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Emma Lazarus : LIBERTYBARD
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Muscle-building unit : REP
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Put up : CAN
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To be, to Benita : SER
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Word in a promise : SOON
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Hot issue? : LAVA
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Area near the crown : KINGSTEMPLE
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One who teases a nobleman : DUKERIDER
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Squeaking : UNOILED
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"Stalag 17" star : HOLDEN
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Inherent character : NATURE
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They're dispensed in litres : PETROLS
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Ancient : AGEOLD
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School of painting : ASHCAN
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Marsh plant : SEDGE
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Break : RECESS
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Cobbler's stock : HEELS
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Kind of particle : LAMBDA
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"Saw the air too much with your hand," in Shakespeare's words : OVERACT
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Like Uranus vis-a-vis Jupiter : REMOTER
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A cock does it : CROWS
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Speller's phrase : ASIN
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God of wine : BACCHUS
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Unpaid debt : ARREAR
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Sing-a-long syllable : TRA
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Posterior : HIND
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In any way : EVER
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The scarlet letter : REDA
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Bygone kings : SHAHS
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Philippine island : CEBU
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City WNW of Mascara : ORAN
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Overshadow : UPSTAGE
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Flower clusters : RACEMES
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Not be perfect : ERR
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Changes back : STETS
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Guy Lombardo hit of 1937 or Jimmy Dorsey hit of 1957 : SORARE
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Silo occupant : ICBM
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Franklin's flier : KITE
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Grabbed : SNARED
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Hung out to dry : AIRED
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Bomber initials : USAF
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Bring (out) : TROT
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Single : UNWED
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Cod piece? : FIN
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"___ Peach" (Allman Brothers album) : EATA
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Got lucky at poker : DREWQUEENS
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General Grant's horseshoer : UNIONSMITH
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Like the flu : VIRAL
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Hail : GREET
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Alley challenge : SPLIT
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Beer holders: Abbr. : BBLS
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Walt Disney's middle name : ELIAS
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Unbound : LOOSE
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Chest material : CEDAR
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Done in : SLAIN
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Like some excursions : LUNAR
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Go furtively : SIDLE
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Unit of capacitance : FARAD
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Distillation product : ESTER
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Chuck : TOSS
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Closet contents : LINEN
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"South Pacific" hero : EMILE
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Fends off : AVERTS
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Make confetti : SHRED
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Trojan princess of a Mozart opera : ILIA
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Maintain : AVER
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Alas., once : TERR
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Costa, anatomically : RIB
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Get ready to leave : PACKUP
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Renowned Manhattan eatery : ELAINES
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Suggest : CONNOTE
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Concern : FIRM
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Overflows : ABOUNDS
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Captain, e.g. : RANK
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Slander : TRADUCE
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A fistful : SEVERAL
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Home of England's Opera North : LEEDS
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Off-peak calls? : YODELS
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( ), informally : PARENS
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Marker : STELE
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Loose-limbed : LITHE
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Prepare for action : GIRD
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Toil wearily : SLOG
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"___ Lap" (1983 film) : PHAR
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Balcony section : LOGE
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Engr.'s specialty : ELEC
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Bambi's aunt : ENA
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Devil-may-care : RASH
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Bambi's aunt : DOE

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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