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Shakespeare On-Line

New York Times, Sunday, March 31, 1996

Author:
J. Savage
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Savage. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1996, The New York TimesNo. 0331 ( 16,945 )
Across
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Work well together : MESH
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Virgil genre : EPOS
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Ill-gotten gains : PELF
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"___not amused" : WEARE
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"Now___me down to sleep" : ILAY
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Chute opening : PARA
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Tashi's superior : DALAI
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Crowns : ACMES
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Stir up : RILE
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Boardwalk purchases : ICES
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Vic Damone's "___But One Heart" : IHAVE
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Perlman and others : RHEAS
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Shakespeare's lament upon crashing? ("Henry VIII" I, 1) : THENETHASFALLENUPONME
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Many a "Star Trek" alien : HUMANOID
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Like : ALA
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Code carrier : DNA
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Interjections of doubt : UMS
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Cowpoke : DROVER
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It's far above Cayuga's waters : ITHACA
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Shakespeare reviews hypertext? ("Othello" III, 4) : THEREISMAGICINTHEWEB
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Astrological aspect : TRINE
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Word with first or foreign : AID
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Old film studio : RKO
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Less than regular : SMALL
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Dusseldorf dog : HUND
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Bargain : PACT
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Wife of Constantine the Great : FAUSTA
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"Brave Men" author, 1944 : PYLE
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21st, e.g. : ORDINAL
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Foray : RAID
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Soupcon : HINT
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Shakespeare's cry when he can't click an icon? ("Twelfth Night" I, 5) : MOUSEOFVIRTUEANSWERME
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Wings : ALAE
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Heaven, to Henri : CIEL
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Fortuneteller's aid : TEALEAF
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New Mexico's Enchanted___ : MESA
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Rock's___Brothers : ALLMAN
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Characteristic property : ODOR
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Carry (away) : CART
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School on the Seine : ECOLE
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___Schwarz : FAO
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Writer___Louise Huxtable : ADA
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Actress ZaSu : PITTS
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Why Shakespeare logs on at night? ("The Two Gentlemen of Verona" III, 1) : NOMANHATHACCESSBYDAY
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Intl. humanities agcy. : UNESCO
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Boo-boos : ERRATA
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Kind of wheels : MAG
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"I___Rock" : AMA
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LP's center? : MNO
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Odd couple : MISMATCH
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Shakespeare on planting a virus? ("All's Well That Ends Well" III, 3) : IPUTMYSELFINTOTHYFILE
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Sixth-century B.C. author : AESOP
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1909 Physics Nobelist : BRAUN
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Table d'___ : HOTE
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One that gets a leg up? : IBIS
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Ship to remember : MAINE
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Springy : AGILE
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One on-line : USER
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Hightails it : RIPS
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Queue : BRAID
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Sawbones : DOCS
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Caves : DENS
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Grease, as one's way : EASE
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Great amusement : MIRTH
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Mr. Yale : ELIHU
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Peabody Museum site : SALEM
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Laughing one : HYENA
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Typification : EPITOME
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Game with a cross-shaped board : PACHISI
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Companion of Artemis : OREAD
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Lip : SASS
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Iranian royal name : PAHLAVI
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Israeli airline : ELAL
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Lap against, as the shore : LAVE
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Brute : FIEND
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Military courses : WARPATHS
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Early satellite : ECHO
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"Indeed!" : AMEN
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Printer's___ : REAM
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Start of North Carolina's motto : ESSE
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Scripts, mostly : DIALOG
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Habituate : ENURE
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Its symbol is F : FARAD
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28-Down, e.g. : UNIT
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Youngest son of Ivan the Terrible : DMITRI
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Beige : ECRU
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Old Oriental vehicle: Var. : RIKSHA
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Kentucky product : HEMP
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Kind of game : AWAY
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Tiny room : CELL
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Up to it : ABLE
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Cape Cod resort town : TRURO
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Brahmanist : HINDU
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"The___near!" : ENDIS
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Neb.-based defense org. : SAC
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Disfavoring : NOTINTO
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___McAn shoes : THOM
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Saint Francis of___ : PAOLA
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That is hay : ALFALFA
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Assimilate : FITIN
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Together, musically : ADUE
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Goose genus : ANSER
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Teachers' org. : NEA
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Old treasure chest : ARCA
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United competition : TWA
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Having a curtainlike membrane : VELATE
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Aquatic plant : ELODEA
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Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar : ELCID
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Gaucho's necesidad : REATA
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1955's Best Picture : MARTY
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Young newts : EFTS
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Dishes : MENU
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College major, slangily : ECON
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A portion : SOME
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"Oh, woe!" : ALAS
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"Silent Night" writer Joseph : MOHR
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County officials, for short : DAS
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Settled : ENCAMPED
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Follow, as an impulse : ACTON
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Miniature : PYGMY
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Very comfortable : HOMY
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Two-year-olds, generally : ARMFULS
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Husky, e.g. : CANINE
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Bewitched : SMITTEN
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Severe critics : BASHERS
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"___as things may seem..." : ASBAD
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Bucolic bugler : MOOSE
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Lit : AFIRE
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Shinbone : TIBIA
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Film showings : CLIPS
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"Siddhartha" novelist : HESSE
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Certain foot : IAMB
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Syrup flavor : PEAR
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Govt. publicity grp. : USIA
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Author Morrison : TONI
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As a result : ERGO
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Churchgoer : LAIC
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Bomb's sound : THUD

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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