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New York Times, Thursday, February 3, 1994

Author:
A.J. Santora
Editor:
Will Shortz
___ Parker, 1904 candidate for President
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A. J. Santora

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 47 Missing: {JQVXYZ} This is puzzle # 188 for Mr. Santora. Thursday freshness: 73%
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© 1994, The New York Times2/3/94 ( No. 16,158 )
Across
1
"The Nazarene" writer : ASCH
5
"Elephant Boy" boy : SABU
9
___-night : TWI
12
Cheer noisily : WHOOPITUP
14
"Am ___ Love?' (1952 song) : IIN
15
1990 Best Supporting Actress : WHOOPIGOLDBERG
17
Juarez river : RIO
18
Newswoman Compion : ANN
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Twiggy willows : OSIERS
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Singer James : ETTA
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Nurse a drink : SIP
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Conductor Dorati : ANTAL
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Poverty : NEED
27
"Waterlilies" artist : MONET
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___ Z : ATO
30
Partying with Eddie Cantor? : MAKINGWHOOPEE
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Rene or Renee : NOM
35
Toymaker : ELF
36
Noisy bird : WHOOPINGCRANE
43
Scale notes : RES
44
Lambaste : CREAM
45
Composition : OPUS
48
Road from Dawson Creek : ALCAN
51
Kind of hill or lion : ANT
52
Feast : DINE
53
Canned-tomato style : PEELED
55
Truckers' watchdog : ICC
57
Any ship : SHE
58
Nothing to shout about : NOTWORTHAWHOOP
62
"Xanadu" rock group : ELO
63
Noisy festivity : WHOOPDEDO
64
Manuel's intro : SAN
65
One of a trio in Scandinavian myth : NORN
66
Pursue : SEEK
Down
1
" ... ___ Christmas" : AWHITE
2
___-up (film genre) : SHOOTEM
3
Bill's partner : COO
4
"May I?" step : HOP
5
Hires : SIGNSON
6
Act of contrition : ATONING
7
Biblical month : BUL
8
Hairstyle that needs hairpins : UPDO
9
Coordinate : TIEIN
10
Listen in on : WIRETAP
11
Unappreciative one : INGRATE
13
Airline to Karachi : PIA
15
Songbird : WREN
16
Scouting org. : BSA
20
Kind of gin : SLOE
22
Town in a W.W. II novel : ADANO
24
Notre Dame bench : PEW
27
Copycat : MIMIC
28
Heat unit : THERM
31
Keystone officer : KOP
32
Rock-___ (jukebox brand) : OLA
33
Land ___ (night locale) : OFNOD
36
Package : WRAP
37
Hair products maker Curtis and others : HELENES
38
Warring Seminole chief : OSCEOLA
39
Brady bill opposer : NRA
40
Father : GENITOR
41
Become popular : CATCHON
42
Occurrence : EPISODE
46
Loose a bra : UNHOOK
47
Filter : SEEP
49
___ Parker, 1904 candidate for President : ALTON
50
Mint : NEW
54
How the answer to this goes : DOWN
56
Ceiling : CAP
59
Greek letter : RHO
60
Typewriting abbr. : WDS
61
Start of a bray : HEE

Answer summary:
3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Modern Era but used previously.

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