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New York Times, Saturday, February 22, 2003

Uintah and Ouray Reservation inhabitants

Author:
Dana Motley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Dana Motley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 18 for Ms. Motley.
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© 2003, The New York Times2/22/03 ( No. 19,464 )

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Across
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See 59-Across : ALECS
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Kachina performer : HOPI
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In very short order : ASAP
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Corday killed him : MARAT
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"___ in Berlin" (1960 jazz album) : ELLA
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Luncheon follower : ETTE
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Popular snack chip : FRITO
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Produce a faint image of : ADUMBRATE
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Stir up trouble : MAKEWAVES
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Picture with a posse, perhaps : OATER
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Natural boundary : RIVER
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Holders of blessed bread : PATENS
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Scammed : TAKENIN
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Part of some Muslim households : HAREM
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Extensive variety : SMORGASBORD
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Asian waist product? : OBI
34
Old Testament book : AMOS
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They may leave a stain : TEARS
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Uintah and Ouray Reservation inhabitants : UTES
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Early '50s soldier : ROK
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American competitor : CONTINENTAL
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Set off : APART
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State follower, sometimes : ZIPCODE
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Some steak preparers : CUBERS
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"Fiddler on the Roof" star : TOPOL
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Routine : USUAL
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They may be shifted in transit : TENSPEEDS
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Banks' go-between : FERRYBOAT
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Name on a compact : ESTEE
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Roll and bind : FURL
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___ Dartle, woman in "David Copperfield" : ROSA
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One may be picky : EATER
57
Exercise options? : SPAS
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First-year Harvard law student : ONEL
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With 1-Across, pseudo-wits : SMART
Down
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Like some tuners : AMFM
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Superman's mother : LARA
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Nobelist poet ___ Axel Karlfeldt : ERIK
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Wedding expenses : CATERERS
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Doing warehouse work : STOWING
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Providential : HEAVENSENT
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Like a big brother : OLDER
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Furthermore : PLUS
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Existential declaration : IAM
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Make fizzy : AERATE
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"Eureka" or "Excelsior" : STATEMOTTO
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When some take a coffee break : ATTEN
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Looks : PEERS
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Cooperative people? : BOARD
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Air-conditioned people? : AVIATORS
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Soup flavorers : PARSNIPS
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Michael, for one : TSAR
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Contents of some barrels : AMMO
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Bird whose cry sounds like laughter : KOOKABURRA
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Flat : HORIZONTAL
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Swing : BAT
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Primitive monetary unit : BEAD
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Cuba's ___ of Youth : ISLE
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July 4 parade figure : UNCLESAM
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Simon of pop : CARLY
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Heroic poems : EPOPEES
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Some divers' booty : PEARLS
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Shirt pair : CUFFS
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Deplete : USEUP
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Make frizzy : TEASE
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Rocky or Bullwinkle : TOON
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"___ Kett" : ETTA
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Buck, say : DEER
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Rockefeller Center muralist : SERT
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Dude : BRO

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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