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New York Times, Monday, March 14, 1994

Author:
Ernie Furtado
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Ernie Furtado

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Furtado. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0314 ( 16,197 )

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Across
1
Play opening : ACTI
5
Ran : BLED
9
Shawl or afghan : THROW
14
Forsaken : LORN
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Yellow brick, e.g. : ROAD
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Moonshine : HOOCH
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Unencumbered : FOOTLOOSE
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Composed : WROTE
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Follower of 21-Across? : ALPHONSE
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Follower of 20-Across? : GASTON
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Small: Suffix : ETTE
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Ripped : TORE
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Dems. opposition : GOP
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Proverbial distancer : TENFOOTPOLE
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Sleepy Hollow schoolmaster : CRANE
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Ampersand : AND
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Firpo of the ring : LUIS
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Folk tales : LORE
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Ship's officers : MATES
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_____ time (never) : ATNO
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Upshots : ENDS
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Morning hrs. : AMS
42
Waffle topping : SYRUP
43
Kind of disease, facetiously : FOOTINMOUTH
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Hook shape : ESS
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Alphabet quartet : LMNO
49
Unmixed, as a drink : NEAT
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Character actor George : TOBIAS
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Starts : LEADOFFS
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In the thick of : AMONG
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Be afraid to offend : PUSSYFOOT
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Hope of Hollywood : LANGE
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Manhattan campus : PACE
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Gamblers' game : FARO
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Boorish : CRASS
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Some combos : DUOS
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Sharp put-down : SLAP
Down
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_____ Romeo (automobile) : ALFA
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Hip : COOL
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De _____ (too much) : TROP
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Words before "red" or "running" : INTHE
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Literary sister : BRONTE
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Give some slack : LOOSEN
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Maneuver slowly : EASE
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White House monogram : DDE
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Block : THWART
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Fun and games : HORSEPLAY
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Kind of beer : ROOT
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Eight, in combinations : OCTO
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A question of time : WHEN
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Singer Lenya : LOTTE
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Merchandise : GOODS
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Manner of speaking : TONE
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Staff leader : GCLEF
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University of Maine site : ORONO
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TV announcer Don : PARDO
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1980 DeLuise movie : FATSO
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Bizarre : OUTRE
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"Peanuts" character : LINUS
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Stock plans providing worker ownership: Abbr. : ESOPS
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Young 'uns : NESTLINGS
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Horace and Thomas : MANNS
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BB's : AMMO
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Disreputable : SHADY
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Some are spitting : IMAGES
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World cultural agcy. : UNESCO
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Flirts : TEASES
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Stylish Brits : TOFFS
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Baby powder : TALC
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Poet Khayyam : OMAR
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_____ fide : BONA
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Where humuhumunukunukuapuaa might be served : LUAU
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Filly or colt : FOAL
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Roman marketplaces : FORA
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Quit : STOP
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Abbr. in a mail-order ad : PPD

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

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