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New York Times, Saturday, February 26, 1994

Author:
Bob Klahn
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bob Klahn

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {FKQX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0226 ( 16,181 )
Across
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Millie, for one : SPANIEL
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Sites of many bars : PRISONS
15
Cookout sauce : TABASCO
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Land ''by the sea'' : HONALEE
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Printing : EDITION
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Couldn't resist : YIELDED
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''Stage Door'' actress : ARDEN
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Literary monogram : GBS
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Nancy Milford literary biography : ZELDA
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Fictional newswoman : LOIS
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''The Dance of Life'' author, 1923 : ELLIS
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Cartoonist Gross : MILT
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''Music City Tonight'' network : TNN
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Julius, familiarly : GROUCHO
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Miss named? : NEE
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Modern housing : HIGHRISE
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Get at : ACCESS
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Veranda refreshment : MINTJULEP
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Impious : UNHOLY
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Spread : ENLARGED
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Curling target : TEE
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Kahlil Gibran's birthplace : LEBANON
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First offender? : EVE
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He wrote ''To be loved, be lovable'' : OVID
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Toughness : SINEW
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Smudge : SOIL
52
Actress Rosie : PEREZ
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Literary monogram : TSE
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''Atlantic City'' director : MALLE
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Emphatic words : IREPEAT
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Jurgen Prochnow nail-biter of 1981 : DASBOOT
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Free : ABSOLVE
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Table centerpiece : EPERGNE
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Affectionate one, maybe : NESTLER
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Less radioactive : DECAYED
Down
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Hugger-muggery : STEALTH
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Roles in ''The Godfather'' : PADRONI
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Steadfast : ABIDING
4
Basketball's Thurmond et at. : NATES
5
''The doctor _____'' : ISIN
6
''Travels in Hyperreality'' author : ECO
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Like some friends : LONGLOST
8
Cure : PHYSIC
9
Pepin, e.g. : ROI
10
Lady in Meyerbeer's ''L'Africaine'' : INEZ
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''Days of Our Lives'' town : SALEM
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Conservative : OLDLINE
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Christmas refuse : NEEDLES
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Drugs, perhaps : SEDATES
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Work clothing : BLUEJEANS
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The Furies : ERINYES
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''Merry Wives of Windsor'' windbag : SHALLOW
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Bar companion : GRILL
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Main : OCEAN
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Blue Cross offering : HMO
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Y class : CPR
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Expendable : UNNEEDED
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Visionary : UTOPIAN
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''I'll _____ the Same'' ('32 tune) : NEVERBE
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She gets what's coming : HEIRESS
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One aspect of earthquake study : GEOLOGY
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Old Nick : EVILONE
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Struck out : DELETED
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Capra's ''The Tea of General Yen'' : BITTER
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Stopping point : DEPOT
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Native Israeli : SABRA
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George Burns buddy Harry Von _____ : ZELL
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Very short time, for short : MSEC
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Map abbr. : AVE
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Do Little work : APE

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

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