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New York Times, Thursday, March 22, 2007

Author:
Karen M. Tracey
Editor:
Will Shortz
Castellaneta, the voice of Homer on "The Simpsons"
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 2 Puzzle has duplicate clues. This is puzzle # 11 for Ms. Tracey.
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© 2007, The New York Times3/22/07 ( No. 20,953 )
Across
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Suited : CLAD
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Push : IMPEL
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Dracula's inspiration, traditionally : VLAD
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One in a line : HEIR
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"Fantabulous!" : NEATO
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"___ Dancer" (1973 Nureyev documentary) : IAMA
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"Case closed!" : ENDOFDISCUSSION
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Only so far : TOAPOINT
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Player with the first retired number in baseball : GEHRIG
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Camera type: Abbr. : SLR
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Common time to start on a trip : DAWN
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"Case closed!" : IVEHEARDENOUGH
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It's not to be believed : DECOY
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Kind of kitchen : EATIN
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Hunky-dory : AOK
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"What ___" (1996 Sublime hit) : IGOT
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Orders of "draw one" at a diner : JAVAS
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Mid second-century date : CLVI
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Castellaneta, the voice of Homer on "The Simpsons" : DAN
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Meat-and-potatoes : BASIC
40
Rationed : DOLED
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"Case closed!" : NOTANOTHERWORD
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Consanguineous : AKIN
45
Scooby-___ : DOO
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Dish you might flip over : OMELET
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Irish oath : BEGORRAH
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"Case closed!" : WEREDONETALKING
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Subject of some Thomas Moore poetry : ERIN
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Bit of dirt : RUMOR
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Homme d'___ : ETAT
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Result of a schism : SECT
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British guns : STENS
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"The Secret of NIMH" figures : RATS
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"Good-night, ___" (old TV sign-off) : CHET
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"Nightline" competitor, informally : LENO
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"Gloria all'Egitto" opera : AIDA
4
Tricky tennis stroke : DROPSHOT
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A Gandhi : INDIRA
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"Count ___!" : MEIN
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History, with "the" : PAST
8
Common Latin abbr. : ETC
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1984 and 1988 Olympic diving gold medalist : LOUGANIS
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Companion of Brahma and Shiva : VISHNU
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Den : LAIR
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Mine: Fr. : AMOI
13
"Shoot!" : DANG
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___ artist, sound-effects specialist : FOLEY
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Attach, as a patch : SEWON
23
Remove : DETACH
24
"Look what ___!" : IDID
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Unlikely steakhouse patron : VEGAN
26
Budget brand name starter : ECONO
27
Sanity : REASON
28
Lifeboat crane : DAVIT
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Modesto wine name since 1933 : GALLO
30
Stay up? : HOVER
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Jason of the N.B.A. : KIDD
36
Mopheads? : JANITORS
37
Colleague : COWORKER
39
Lay on the beach : BAKED
40
Exhibit extreme anticipation : DROOL
42
Agent's roster : TALENT
43
Awards for Dick Francis : EDGARS
46
Gets calls from collectors, say : OWES
47
Simple : MERE
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N.H.L.'er Nystrom : ERIC
49
"It's Not Easy to ___" : BEME
50
Famous boys-only school : ETON
51
Hurricane of 2005 : RITA
52
Constitution: Abbr. : ANAT
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Elevs. : HGTS
55
Fiend : NUT

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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