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New York Times, Tuesday, February 8, 2005

57-Across song about a request in the maritime supply store?

Author:
Stephen Budiansky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Budiansky.
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© 2005, The New York Times2/8/05 ( No. 20,181 )
Across
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The Beatles or the Stones : BAND
5
Penny : CENT
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When repeated, a city in Washington : WALLA
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Inter ___ : ALIA
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Penny, maybe, in poker : ANTE
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With 3-Down, French-born diarist : ANAIS
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57-Across song about a request in a gene lab? : SENDINTHECLONES
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Not pro : ANTI
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Senescence : OLDAGE
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Prefix with dermal : EPI
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Rocky hill : TOR
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Prepare for printing : TYPESET
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Prefix with gliding : PARA
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Change over at a factory : RETOOL
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Pulitzer or Tony, as for 57-Across : AWARD
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Star of Scorpio : ANTARES
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57-Across song about a request in the maritime supply store? : ABUOYLIKETHAT
40
Varnish ingredient : TUNGOIL
41
Dye chemical : EOSIN
43
Pouilly-___ (white wine) : FUISSE
46
Individual : SELF
47
Board game from India : PACHISI
51
Shade tree : ELM
53
Dover's state: Abbr. : DEL
54
Slothful : OTIOSE
55
Word said twice before "Don't tell me!" : WAIT
57
Noted Broadway composer : STEPHENSONDHEIM
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With 68-Across, what Fred MacMurray had in a 1960's sitcom : THREE
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007 : BOND
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Famed lab assistant : IGOR
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Old catalog maker : SEARS
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Swear : CUSS
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See 63-Across : SONS
Down
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___-relief : BAS
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Pint at a pub : ALE
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See 16-Across : NIN
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20th-century art movement : DADA
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Synagogue singer : CANTOR
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Whole : ENTIRE
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A degree : NTH
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Golf bag item : TEE
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Light switch surrounder : WALLPLATE
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Battery end : ANODE
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Actress Turner and others : LANAS
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Lord or vassal : LIEGE
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It's a plus in accounting : ASSET
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C.D. earnings: Abbr. : INT
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Howler : COYOTE
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Mileage rating grp. : EPA
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Manhandle : PAWAT
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Pitcher Hideki ___ : IRABU
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Honky-___ : TONK
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Give ___ for one's money : ARUN
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Heads' opposite : TAILS
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Small sharks : DOGFISHES
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Followers of pis : RHOS
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Alleviated : EASED
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Fence crossing : STILE
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"Get it?" : YOUSEE
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53, in old Rome : LIII
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Patriots' org. : NFL
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Some patches : SEWONS
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African antelopes : ELANDS
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Fence features : POSTS
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___ drop of a hat : ATTHE
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Old Oldsmobile : CIERA
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Wishful one : HOPER
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Central : MID
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The one here : THIS
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Brian Williams's employer : NBC
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Old French coin : SOU
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Bigheadedness : EGO
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Charged particle : ION
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___ Butterworth's : MRS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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