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New York Times, Tuesday, February 22, 1994

Author:
Fred Piscop
Editor:
Will Shortz
1968 song "All ___ the Watchtower"
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11.5550233%
Fred Piscop

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Piscop. Tuesday freshness: 19%
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© 1994, The New York Times2/22/94 ( No. 16,177 )
Across
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"West Side Story" song : MARIA
6
200 milligrams : CARAT
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Low island : CAY
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1968 song "All ___ the Watchtower" : ALONG
15
River to the Missouri : OSAGE
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Fuss : ADO
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Seaver's nickname : TOMTERRIFIC
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Robert Morse Tony-winning role : TRU
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House cleaner, in England : CHAR
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"Absolutely" : YES
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Legal profession : THEBAR
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Queen Victoria's house : HANOVER
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Freight charge : RAILAGE
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Half-wit : ASS
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Better than a bargain : STEAL
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Polynesian carvings : TIKIS
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"Hail, Caesar!" : AVE
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Netman Nastase : ILIE
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Sheepish : OVINE
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Cup's edge : LIP
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Battery part : ANODE
40
Antiprohibitionists : WETS
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Disfigure : MAR
42
Get extra life from : REUSE
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Portaged : TOTED
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Patriotic uncle : SAM
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Rocket's cargo : PAYLOAD
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Crib-sheet contents : ANSWERS
54
Earthy colors : OCHERS
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Veneration : AWE
56
Hand-cream ingredient : ALOE
57
"Harper Valley ___" : PTA
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Decorative tree : PUSSYWILLOW
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Sock in the jaw : POW
62
Address grandly : ORATE
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Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
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Flood relief? : ARK
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Pave over : RETAR
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Coiffed like Leo : MANED
Down
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"Concentration" objective : MATCH
2
Hello or goodbye : ALOHA
3
Type type : ROMAN
4
Opening : INTRO
5
Stone, for one : AGE
6
Kitchen gadgets : CORERS
7
Garage-sale words : ASIS
8
Spitfire fliers, for short : RAF
9
Work up : AGITATE
10
Electronics whiz : TECHIE
11
Western spoof of 1965 : CATBALLOU
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"What ___" ("I'm bored") : ADRAG
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"___ Sixteen" (Ringo Starr hit) : YOURE
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Package-store wares : RYES
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Skater Zayak : ELAINE
25
Place for posies : VASE
26
Call back : RSVP
29
Wrecker : TOW
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"___ had it!" : IVE
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News locale of 12/17/03 : KITTYHAWK
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Shoe part : INSOLE
33
Auto option, informally : AIR
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Wallet contents, for short : IDS
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Shoebox letters : EEE
38
Alan or Cheryl : LADD
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Kind of buildup : ARMS
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Gauge : MEASURE
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Inertia : TORPOR
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Finn's pal : SAWYER
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Once again : ANEW
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"Where's ___?" (1970 flick) : POPPA
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Part owner? : ACTOR
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Half of a Western city name : WALLA
51
Pulitzer-winning novelist Glasgow : ELLEN
52
TV exec Arledge : ROONE
53
Basted : SEWED
55
Cinema canine : ASTA
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___ out (missed) : SAT
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Descartes's conclusion : IAM

Answer summary:
2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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