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New York Times, Friday, March 4, 2005

42-Across : Beyond one's persona

Author:
Myles Callum
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 31 Missing: {BJQXZ} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Callum.
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© 2005, The New York Times3/4/05 ( No. 20,205 )
Across
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Candy that, in urban legend, can be lethal when mixed with soda : POPROCKS
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Put under : SEDATE
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It's exactly a foot long : SHOETREE
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Many an "S.N.L." cast member : TVIDOL
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Short musical composition : SONATINA
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À la King? : EERILY
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Comforting words : THERENOW
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Drinks akin to americanos : LATTES
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Plant that's a traditional symbol of remembrance : ROSEMARY
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One to grow on : FARM
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Remark to whisperers : IHEARDTHAT
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In ___ (even) : ATIE
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Brits' "governors" : DADS
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Remove : ERASE
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Ratify anew : REPASS
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What some singers sing in : UNISON
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Long series of troubles : SIEGE
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Medical suffix : ITIS
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Pen fill : CONS
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Beyond one's persona : INREALLIFE
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Deal a low blow : KNEE
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Quickly recites : REELSOFF
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Special intuition, in modern lingo : GAYDAR
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Excitements : AROUSALS
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Designate : ASSIGN
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Field work : NORMARAE
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"The Conscious Lovers" playwright, 1722 : STEELE
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Pregnant : ENCEINTE
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Part of a safari party : PORTER
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Like some fruit : SEEDLESS
Down
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Furtive summons : PSST
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Cry of excitement : OHOH
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Southern bread : PONE
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Stern : REAR
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Musk maker : OTTER
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Marine animals like the sea lily and feather star : CRINOIDS
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Orson Welles's Wisconsin birthplace : KENOSHA
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Irish moss, e.g. : SEAWEED
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Of some monuments : STELAR
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Principal McGee's portrayer in "Grease" : EVEARDEN
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Fast one : DIRTYTRICK
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Mine access : ADIT
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Lacquered metalware : TOLE
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Bridge expert Culbertson and others : ELYS
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Some degs. : MAS
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Tehrani tongue : FARSI
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Saved on supper, perhaps : ATEIN
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Not as green : RIPER
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Just bread and water, e.g. : MEAGERDIET
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Sports : HASON
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Concertedly : ASONE
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English 101 subject : TENSE
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Coastal flier : SEAEAGLE
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Resort to violence : USEFORCE
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Wicked : ILL
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Medicinal teas : TISANES
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Start of a strong opinion : IFORONE
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"How to Handle a Woman" lyricist : LERNER
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Was ready to blow, say : FUMED
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Have a sudden inspiration? : GASP
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Communiqué segue : ASTO
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Scene of heavy W.W. I fighting : YSER
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Windmill arm : SAIL
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"Artaxerxes" composer : ARNE
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Focus of some workouts : LATS
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Goes with : SEES

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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