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New York Times, Thursday, February 8, 1996

Author:
Alex K. Justin
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Alex K. Justin

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQUW} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Justin. NYT links: Across Lite
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O
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R
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I
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G
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L
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A
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O
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S
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G
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R
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A
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D
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E
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R
O
L
L
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I
N
C
H
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R
O
L
E
X
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F
L
Y
O
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F
F
T
H
E
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H
A
N
D
L
E
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F
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A
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O
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A
L
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I
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O
L
D
E
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C
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A
F
E
S
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E
N
D
S
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I
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C
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I
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O
R
B
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A
N
T
E
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A
S
O
F
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B
E
B
E
S
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I
D
E
O
N
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E
S
E
L
F
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E
P
O
S
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R
A
M
P
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S
T
R
A
Y
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Y
E
T
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B
O
G
Y
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A
C
H
E
S
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S
Y
N
E
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C
A
M
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S
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C
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A
M
P
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E
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T
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N
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G
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E
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H
A
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C
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O
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N
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A
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I
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R
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C
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D
© 1996, The New York TimesNo. 0208 ( 16,893 )
Across
1
Not a dupl. : ORIG
5
Part of Indochina : LAOS
9
D or F, but rarely E : GRADE
14
Photog's purchase : ROLL
15
Narrow margin : INCH
16
Valuable timepiece : ROLEX
17
Display anger : FLYOFFTHEHANDLE
20
Herolike : FEARLESS
21
Noted acting family : ONEALS
22
Occupational suffix : IER
23
Merrie___ England : OLDE
24
Eating places : CAFES
26
Some footballers : ENDS
27
At this point, in France : ICI
30
An astronaut gets into it : ORBIT
31
Temporal prefix : ANTE
32
Beginning at : ASOF
33
Display wrath : BEBESIDEONESELF
36
Thematic poetry : EPOS
37
Water-skier's aid : RAMP
38
Get lost : STRAY
39
At the same time : YET
40
Frightener : BOGY
41
Hypochondriac's complaints : ACHES
42
"Auld Lang___" : SYNE
43
Cinematographer's tool, for short : CAM
44
Seafood order : SCAMPI
47
Disaffect : ESTRANGE
52
Display rage : HAVEACONNIPTION
54
Pandora's release : EVILS
55
Don River's outlet : AZOV
56
Cross initals : INRI
57
Theater capacity : SEATS
58
Boxer's garb : ROBE
59
Not restricted by sex : COED
Down
1
"Carmina Burana" composer : ORFF
2
Speaking___ : ROLE
3
Russian writer Ehrenburg : ILYA
4
Makes much of : GLORIFIES
5
Some cons : LIFERS
6
Army members : ANTS
7
Big name in newspaper publishing : OCHS
8
Cyndi Lauper's "___Bop" : SHE
9
Steinways : GRANDS
10
Singer Blakley : RONEE
11
"M*A*S*H" actor : ALDA
12
Farmer's place, in rhyme : DELL
13
Divorcees : EXES
18
Argosies : FLEETS
19
"Picnic" star : HOLDEN
23
In the lead : ONTOP
24
Dessert item : CREPE
25
Monastery superior : ABBOT
26
Kind of fire : ENEMY
27
Grenoble's department : ISERE
28
Fizzy drinks : COLAS
29
Doubtful : IFFY
30
Passe word in marriage vows : OBEY
31
Words of wisdom : ADAGE
32
Short-breathed : ASTHMATIC
34
Like man O. Henry stories : IRONIC
35
Walled side of a ditch : ESCARP
40
Kind of surgery : BYPASS
41
On duty : ACTIVE
42
Refine : SMELT
44
The Beatles' "___Leaving Home" : SHES
45
It may be batty : CAVE
46
Athletic shoe company : AVIA
47
Auto designer Ferrari : ENZO
48
Tuft-hunter : SNOB
49
Boy abroad : NINO
50
Blood and guts : GORE
51
"Idylls of the King" lady : ENID
53
Dinghy thingie : OAR

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

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