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New York Times, Monday, March 10, 2008

Author:
Ken Bessette
Editor:
Will Shortz
17-Across : "Here he is now!"
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Ken Bessette

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Bessette.
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© 2008, The New York Times3/10/08 ( No. 21,307 )
Across
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Stars and Stripes, e.g. : FLAG
5
Places where lines meet : FOCI
9
French greeting : SALUT
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___ of Sandwich : EARL
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Cause of a game cancellation : RAIN
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Unaccompanied : ALONE
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"Here he is now!" : SPEAKOFTHEDEVIL
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Black card : SPADE
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Talks one's head off : YAPS
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French summer : ETE
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Twinings selections : TEAS
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Sign before Virgo : LEO
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Big Apple ave. : LEX
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Be undecided : SITONTHEFENCE
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___ Wednesday : ASH
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Suds maker : SOAP
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Mounted, as a horse : GOTON
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Talking maybe a little too fast : GLIB
40
Snapshot : PHOTO
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Sgt. Snorkel's dog : OTTO
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Fable writer : AESOP
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No. on which a magazine's ad rates are based : CIRC
48
Freudian one : EIN
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Persist to completion : STAYTHECOURSE
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Prefix with center : EPI
55
Column's counterpart : ROW
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Interstate entrance or exit : RAMP
57
Fish after which a cape is named : COD
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Logic diagram : TREE
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Long Island airfield town : ISLIP
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Command center? ... or where you might hear the starts of 17-, 28- and 49-Across : OBEDIENCESCHOOL
68
Nephew of Donald Duck : LOUIE
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For whom the bell tolls, in a John Donne poem : THEE
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Numerical prefix with -ber : OCTO
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Bygone Montreal ball club : EXPOS
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Quiet exercise : YOGA
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Remove from the freezer : THAW
Down
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Admit (to), with "up" : FESS
2
Reindeer herder : LAPP
3
Geometry calculation : AREA
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"My pleasure" : GLADTO
5
Black power hairdo, for short : FRO
6
Dunderpate : OAF
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The "C" in N.Y.C. : CITY
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Divided 50/50 : INHALF
9
Dirge : SADSONG
10
Schooner fill : ALE
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Billet-doux : LOVELETTER
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Join : UNITE
13
Old message system : TELEX
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Wails : KEENS
19
Dueling sword : EPEE
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Perched on : ATOP
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Deposed Iranian : SHAH
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"Roots," for one : SAGA
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___ of Wight : ISLE
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Message on a shipping crate : THISSIDEUP
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Geologic time unit : EPOCH
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Pigeon's sound : COO
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Big elevator manufacturer : OTIS
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___ too soon : NONE
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Droid : BOT
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Wedding cake feature : TIER
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Killer whale : ORCA
45
Republican, Democratic, Green, etc. : PARTIES
47
"Luann" or "Blondie" : COMIC
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Knight time? : YORE
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A score : TWENTY
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End result : UPSHOT
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French place of learning : ECOLE
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Mail receiver, in brief : POBOX
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Repeat : ECHO
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___ Ness monster : LOCH
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Itsy-bitsy bit : IOTA
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Winter truck attachment : PLOW
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God, in Italy : DIO
66
Brain scan, for short : EEG
67
Bounding main : SEA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle.

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