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New York Times, Monday, February 5, 1996

Author:
Robert Katz
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Robert Katz

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BFGJQX} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 76 for Mr. Katz. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1996, The New York TimesNo. 0205 ( 16,890 )
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Shut loudly : SLAM
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Summary : RECAP
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El___, Tex. : PASO
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Arrived : CAME
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To love, in Torino : AMARE
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Notorious czar : IVAN
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"Thanks___!" : ALOT
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"Melancholia" engraver : DURER
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Shake up : ROIL
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Oxymoronic proverb : MAKEHASTESLOWLY
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Capek play : RUR
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In___ of (as a substitute for) : LIEU
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Like a low-watt bulb : DIM
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Give off : EMIT
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Loath (to) : AVERSE
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Literary olios : ANAS
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Old radio's "Easy___" : ACES
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News briefs : ITEMS
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Parsimonious proverb : WASTENOTWANTNOT
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Huge, old-style : ENORM
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At hand : NEAR
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Suffix with super or major : ETTE
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Iroquoian language : SENECA
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"Cut it out!" : STOP
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Loser to D.D.E. : AES
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Members of a wriggly field? : EELS
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G.M. employees' union : UAW
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Cautious proverb : HASTEMAKESWASTE
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Newsman Sevareid : ERIC
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Met offering : OPERA
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Bank offering : LOAN
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"The King and I" lady : ANNA
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Be in a bee : SPELL
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Beginner : TYRO
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Mover and shaker : DOER
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Keys in : TYPES
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Skips over, as TV ads : ZAPS
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Swindle : SCAM
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___land (Los Angeles) : LALA
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How not to run : AMOK
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European's "yard" : METER
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Control tower figure : RADARMAN
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Ostrich cousins : EMUS
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Grocery transporter : CART
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Whirling : AREEL
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Olden Iran : PERSIA
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Ballet twirl : PIROUETTE
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Confess : AVOW
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Go yachting : SAIL
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Nothing but : ONLY
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Shade : HUE
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"Rosemary's Baby" writer Ira : LEVIN
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1925 Nobel Peace Prize recipient : DAWES
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Nutty : INANE
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Wall builder : MASON
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Windows picture : ICON
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What chapeaux cover : TETES
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___-car (Hertz, e.g.) : RENTA
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Struck down, in the Bible : SMOTE
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Colorado's___Park : ESTES
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Vehicle with a bell : STREETCAR
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Hit, as a fly : SWAT
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Show's host : EMCEE
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Wake-up calls : AROUSALS
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This doesn't count, in a saying : ALMOST
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Furry foot : PAW
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Mawkish : SAPPY
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Viennese dance : WALTZ
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President : HEAD
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River under the Ponte Vecchio : ARNO
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Trig function : SINE
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Preserve : KEEP
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___Stanley Gardner : ERLE
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Kind of bean : SOYA
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Football field protector : TARP
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Grandson of Adam : ENOS

Answer summary: 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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