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MOVIE SEQUELS THAT WERE NEVER MADE

New York Times, Sunday, March 21, 2004

117-Across : Patty Hearst's name in the S.L.A.

Author:
Roy Leban
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Leban. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York Times3/21/04 ( No. 19,857 )
Across
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New Deal power project: Abbr. : TVA
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___ Club : FRIARS
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Shelter grp. : SPCA
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Big lie : FABLE
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Trader and restaurant entrepreneur : VIC
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Shout on a ship : LANDHO
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Gene Cernan was the last man there : MOON
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Later : AFTER
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2003 addition to the Museum of Flight : SST
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Taking the place (of) : INLIEU
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Offering : ALMS
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First distiller to sell whiskey by the bottle : DEWAR
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A dozen mad bakers? : THIRTEENANGRYMEN
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"And away ___!" : WEGO
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Part of a cornerstone inscription : ANNO
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Down-to-earth ones, in brief? : ETS
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Opposite of dis : DAT
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"Bravo!" : OLE
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Sports photographer's bane : BLUR
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It's played with a scrum : RUGBY
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Let know : CLUEIN
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Minor afflictions : PEEVES
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Conductor's instruction to a percussionist? : BANGTHEDRUMFASTER
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Laura Bush's alma mater, for short : SMU
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Boors : YAHOOS
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Xylophonist's need : MALLET
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Back : HIND
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Stanford rival, familiarly : CAL
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Calendar abbr. : SEP
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"___ won't!" : NOI
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European spa : EMS
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Popular reality show, with "The" : OSBOURNES
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Classic Jaguar : XJS
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Lyre-playing Muse : ERATO
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NASA's Spirit and Opportunity? : THEGREATESTSHOWONMARS
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C.D. issuer : SANDL
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Prominence : TOR
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Devilish : UNANGELIC
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Money-raising grp. : PTA
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Ore. neighbor : IDA
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Down : SAD
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Mountain curve : ESS
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Bagel topper : NOVA
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Dweller on the Red Sea : YEMENI
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Comment after a failure, perhaps : ITRIED
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Gen-___ : XER
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Having the Space Needle outside one's bedroom window? : SLEEPINGINSEATTLE
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Cheese made from goat's milk : CHEVRE
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Very large : UNTOLD
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Apples introduced in 1998 : IMACS
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"Hurlyburly" playwright : RABE
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Like Abner : LIL
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Tycoon Onassis : ARI
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56-Across and others : MOS
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It's surrounded by beaches : ISLE
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It means "red" in Mongolian : ULAN
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Remark regarding chili preference? : SOMELIKEITHOTTER
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Patty Hearst's name in the S.L.A. : TANIA
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Hatcher of "Lois & Clark" : TERI
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Where "three men" of rhyme are : INATUB
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Yes, in Japan : HAI
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Knockoff : CLONE
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1930's-40's leading lady born in Russia : ANNA
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Opposite of all : NOTONE
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N.Y.C. trains overseer : MTA
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Is undecided : HANGS
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See 123-Across : STEN
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Smooth : GLASSY
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Hand writing?: Abbr. : ASL
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Lucille Ball or Monty Hall : TVSTAR
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The Preserver : VISHNU
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Dramatics : ACTING
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Dart : FLIT
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Indian dignitary : RANEE
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Shoreline feature : INLET
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Some tennis scores : ADINS
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Actress Perlman : RHEA
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Silent : SOUNDLESS
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More stylish : SMARTER
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Prefix with graph : POLY
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Average Joe : COMMONMAN
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Adams of Yosemite : ANSEL
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Cabbage Patch dolls, e.g. : FAD
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What divorced ladies want? : AFEWBETTERMEN
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Vitamin needed for pernicious anemia : BTWELVE
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Player in organized sport : LEAGUER
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Faults : ERRORS
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Former Virginia senator Charles : ROBB
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Showy trinket : GAUD
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Language related to Urdu : NEPALI
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"Whoopee!" : YAY
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Comic Margaret : CHO
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Elementary suffix : IUM
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Syracuse-to-Albany dir. : ESE
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Button material : NACRE
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Kofi Annan's birthplace : GHANA
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Available, in a way : TOLET
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"Alice" spinoff : FLO
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Photos : SHOTS
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Tough luck : MISHAP
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Straight : UNBENT
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Hot summer night? : DOGDAYEVENING
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Unneeded : EXTRA
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Sleepover attire : PJS
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Tums competitor : MAALOX
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Fight (for) : STRIVE
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Web address, for short : URL
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Having everything one needs : SET
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___ mai (dim sum dish) : SHU
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H.S. requirement : ENG
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___ night (annual event) : OSCAR
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It may be tapped out : SOS
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Brutus's burdens : ONERA
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"How ___?" : WASIT
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Start : ONSET
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Pushes forward : IMPELS
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"Angele ___" (Latin prayer) : DEI
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Ending of some relationships : ANNULMENT
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Not taking kindly to : DISLIKING
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Poetic contraction : EER
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Car starter: Abbr. : IGN
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Actor Danson : TED
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551, in 551 : DLI
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Nonsense syllables in a 1965 song title : SHALALA
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City in Pennsylvania Dutch country : LEBANON
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Like pizza : ITALIAN
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"Me neither" : NORI
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Radiate : EMIT
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Support staff? : CRUTCH
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Allergy problem : ASTHMA
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Baseballer's wear : CLEATS
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"Buck Rogers," for one : SERIAL
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Bits : IOTAS
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Mazda convertible : MIATA
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Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
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Blackballs : SHUNS
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Sea flier : ERNE
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Hydroxyl compound : ENOL
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Mind : OBEY
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Loser to D.D.E. : AES

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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