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New York Times, Saturday, March 21, 2009

Chuck Berry title girl who's repeatedly asked "Is that you?"

Author:
Robert H. Wolfe
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Robert H. Wolfe

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 77 for Mr. Wolfe.
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© 2009, The New York Times3/21/09 ( No. 21,683 )
Across
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Washington is just above it : ONEDOLLAR
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About : ASFOR
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Believe : HAVEFAITH
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What things might be written in : STONE
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"Whatever" : IDONTCARE
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Some bucks and does : HARES
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Garage stock : OIL
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The Brady boys or girls : TRIO
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One opinionated to a fault : BIGOT
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Ear piece : ANVIL
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The Minotaur was fed seven of these annually : MAIDENS
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High-maintenance : NEEDY
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Firm : STERN
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Relatively recent arrival? : TOT
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They appreciate 59-Down : ESTHETES
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She gave Odysseus a magic veil : INO
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Feldman's co-star on "The Two Coreys" : HAIM
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Impressionable : WAXEN
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Minimal progress : STEP
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Maximum: Abbr. : ULT
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Glider-towing plane : AIRTRAIN
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"A Footnote to History" author's inits. : RLS
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State in Elysium : BLISS
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Ingredient in chocolat : SUCRE
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Quarterback Cunningham : RANDALL
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Home of Weber State University : OGDEN
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Some lilies : ALOES
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Red man? : ERIC
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Hipster : CAT
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Two-time "Dancing With the Stars" co-winner Julianne : HOUGH
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Fully posted? : WELLAWARE
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Succeed : ENSUE
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Adjunct to some pens : INKERASER
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Believes : DEEMS
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North Pacific carnivores : SEAOTTERS
Down
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William Howard Taft, by birth : OHIOAN
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Chuck Berry title girl who's repeatedly asked "Is that you?" : NADINE
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Come about : EVOLVE
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Plotters' place : DEN
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"So ___ have I invoked thee ...": Shak. : OFT
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Opening for milk? : LACT
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One who's not straight : LIAR
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Bell town in a Longfellow poem : ATRI
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Blood flow measurers : RHEOMETERS
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Garbage collectors : ASHBINS
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Settled : STAID
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"Don't even bother!" : FORGETIT
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Kind of defense : ONEONONE
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It's found between exits : RESTSTOP
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Latin word in a quotation book : IDEM
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City in Arthur C. Clarke's "The City and the Stars" : LYS
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Squaring-off site : ARENA
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Kids' entertainer who won 12 Emmys : SHARILEWIS
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College expenses : TEXTS
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Herringbone, e.g. : TWILL
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Cheered : HURRAHED
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Forsaken : ALLALONE
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"Don't even bother!" : ITSNOUSE
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Far from baggy : SNUG
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Turns red, maybe : ABASHES
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Prefix with lateral : ISO
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Record keeper : CDCASE
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Parent : REARER
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Inscribes, e.g. : ENTERS
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Free of sticky stuff : DEGUM
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François-___ de Chateaubriand : RENE
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Chase in films : ILKA
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Last ruler of the Ptolemaic dynasty, informally : CLEO
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It's appreciated by 31-Across : ART
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Buddhist monastery : WAT

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

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