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New York Times, Thursday, March 15, 2001

Author:
Cathy Millhauser
Editor:
Will Shortz
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1.582184
Cathy Allis

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 64 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0315 ( 18,755 )
Across
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Double dates : TWOS
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Old newspaper sections : ROTOS
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Something to nibble on with Beaujolais : EDAM
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"Alfred" and "Judith" composer : ARNE
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Grown : ADULT
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___ Minor : URSA
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Agitate : RILE
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Lofty : NOBLE
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Pipsqueak : RUNT
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"Flood cleanup wears me out!" : STORMDRAINS
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Line on an invoice : NET
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"Gotcha!" : AHA
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Bridal path : AISLE
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Wilt Chamberlain was one : LAKER
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Big name in fine china : LENOX
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Strut : PARADE
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"Health club exercise is so boring!" : BICYCLETIRES
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Jazzman Allison : MOSE
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Franz of operetta fame : LEHAR
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Tout's concern : ODDS
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"Military service leaves me pooped!" : ARMYFATIGUES
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Zip-zip : SPEEDY
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Sweethearts : LOVES
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Lamb Chop enlivener Lewis : SHARI
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Phone menu imperative : PRESS
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___ sense : INA
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One sense, figuratively : EAR
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"Driving takes away all your energy!" : CAREXHAUSTS
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As one, at Orly : UNIS
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Old-style copier : MIMEO
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Reformer Jacob : RIIS
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Ordered to go : SENT
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Pretty blue : AZURE
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Memo starter : INRE
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Irritable : EDGY
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Battery components? : TESTS
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Kind of money : SEED
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Of the ankle : TARSAL
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Squirm : WRITHE
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Out, at the library : ONLOAN
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One who gets what's coming : SEER
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Actress Oakes of "CHiPs" : RANDI
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Kitchens have them : ODORS
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Like some pregnancies : TUBAL
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Football Hall-of-Famer Matson : OLLIE
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1930's Goldwyn star Anna : STEN
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It now has a Union: Abbr. : EUR
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Soak : DRUNKARD
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Painkiller dosage phrase : ASNEEDED
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Sleep on it : MATTRESS
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Long, for short : MAXI
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Louver part : SLAT
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Certain vocal part : ARIOSO
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Submissive type : OBEYER
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It borders the state of Amazonas : PERU
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Kind of pot : CLAY
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Still : YET
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Greek antepenultimate : CHI
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Stay behind : LAG
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She kneads people : MASSEUSE
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Left alone : ORPHANED
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Campaign dirty tricks : SMEARING
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Money guarantor, for short : FDIC
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Designer Schiaparelli : ELSA
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Blur remover : VISINE
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Complete : ENTIRE
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Got smart with : SASSED
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Cup or purse : PRIZE
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Twin of myth : REMUS
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Put forth, in a way : EXERT
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They may be tapped for the stage : SHOES
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Third in a Latin recital : AMAT
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"Trinity" novelist : URIS
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What a mess! : STY

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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