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WHAT A PICTURE IS WORTH

New York Times, Sunday, February 6, 2005

Author:
Joel Kaplow
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Joel Kaplow

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Kaplow. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 0206 ( 20,179 )
Across
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Reserve : ICINESS
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Sending a duplicate, for short : CCING
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Hold up on the road : HIJACK
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$5,000 : MADISON
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Something to file away : FOLDER
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Best Supporting Actor winner for "Cocoon" : AMECHE
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Easily snapped : BRITTLE
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Social reformer Bloomer : AMELIA
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Aleve alternative : MOTRIN
25
10¢ : ROOSEVELT
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___ diagram : VENN
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Often-unpaid worker : INTERN
29
City on the Danube : ULM
30
What you will : ESTATE
32
Vodka brand, briefly : STOLI
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Make like : APE
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Prose piece : ESSAY
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Diplomat Boutros Boutros-___ : GHALI
40
Giants manager before Durocher : OTT
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Dropout's goal, perhaps: Abbr. : GED
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100 kopecks : RUBLE
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___ Rafael : SAN
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Group of dyes : AZO
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More than a little : VERY
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$100 : FRANKLIN
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Great leveler : TNT
52
Dog star? : BENJI
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Dawn deity : EOS
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Seek damages : SUE
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Indiana Jones's topper : FEDORA
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Kilns : OASTS
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Only O.K. : SOSO
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Does nothing : IDLES
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25¢ or $1 : WASHINGTON
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Problem for a deejay : SKIP
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Secure overhead, say : STOW
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School V.I.P. : DEAN
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It may be played : ROLE
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$1 : EISENHOWER
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Problems addressed by podiatrists : CORNS
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Utah resort : ALTA
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Site of the Pont de Normandie : SEINE
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Paris, for one : TROJAN
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Understand : GET
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Cry in cartoons : EEK
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A conductor might pick it up : TEMPO
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It may be labeled sl. or obs. : DEF
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What 15 answers in this puzzle appear on : CURRENCY
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Military flier's acronym : JATO
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Part of some uniforms : CAP
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Terrarium youngster : EFT
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Better-chosen : APTER
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"I'll take that as ___" : ANO
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Something to do at 77-Across : SKI
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Words following a superlative : OFALL
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Big test : FINAL
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Debut of 6/1/1980 : CNN
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Color : TINCT
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Human body's hardest substance : ENAMEL
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Poetic preposition : ERE
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Continue : KEEPON
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Rime : HOAR
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$1 : SACAGAWEA
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Constitutional : STROLL
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Uses as a target : AIMSAT
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Tennessee county named for a jurist who co-founded Memphis : OVERTON
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See 91-Down : OTOOLE
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Bar lineup : STOOLS
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1¢ or $5 : LINCOLN
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Anthony who won a Grammy for "What Kind of Fool Am I?" : NEWLEY
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Sizing up : EYING
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Chants : INTONES
Down
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Stain : IMBRUE
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"Good Christian Men, Rejoice" and others : CAROLS
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"Hands down" and "cold feet" : IDIOMS
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These may be picked : NITS
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90° from norte : ESTE
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Puzzle out : SOLVE
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Oldtime daggers : SNEES
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U.R.L. ender : COM
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$1,000 : CLEVELAND
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Frequent Cleese co-star : IDLE
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Ruhr refusals : NEINS
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$50 : GRANT
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$10 : HAMILTON
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"Consider the job done" : IMONIT
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Joan who sang "I Love Rock 'n Roll" : JETT
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Lot statistic : ACREAGE
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Cricket, at times : CHIRPER
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50¢ : KENNEDY
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Al ___ (guerrilla group) : FATAH
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Sporter of three stars: Abbr. : LTGEN
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They often differ : TASTES
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Percolate slowly : OOZE
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Prince Valiant's son : ARN
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Stooges' laughs : YUKS
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Tagging along : INTOW
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Skylike : BLUISH
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Wasn't straight with : LIEDTO
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Bully, often : ABASER
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Medical breakthrough of 1998 : VIAGRA
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Comes clean, with "up" : FESSES
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Team tenderfoot : ROOKIE
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Whence St. Clare : ASSISI
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Tenor Vickers : JON
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Not as many : FEWER
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Invisible household hazard : RADON
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In a chop shop, say : STOLEN
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Pre-Aztec Indian : TOLTEC
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Backdoor : SNEAKY
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Willingly accepting : OPENTO
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Like some sneakers : LOWTOP
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Show no tolerance to telemarketers : HANGUP
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Newspaper supplement : INSERT
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Originally : NEE
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Gaucho's gala : RODEO
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Lounger's cover-up : CAFTAN
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5¢ or $2 : JEFFERSON
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Not kosher : TREF
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$500 : MCKINLEY
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Bother : PAIN
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Serenity, in Seville : CALMA
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Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
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$20 : JACKSON
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With 123-Across, "48HRS." actress : ANNETTE
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Serial music sequence : TONEROW
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Fred who won the 1966 U.S. tennis championship : STOLLE
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Holds up : LASTS
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"Opticks" writer : NEWTON
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Anatomical interstice : AREOLE
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Singer Rimes and others : LEANNS
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$10,000 : CHASE
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Hoity-___ : TOITY
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Potential water contaminator : ECOLI
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"Alice" star : LAVIN
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Banking is an important part of it : POOL
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Mine, in Montréal : AMOI
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Lady's escort : GENT
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Chevron competitor : ARCO
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Follower of arith. : ALG

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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