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New York Times, Saturday, March 6, 2004

Physician Golgi, for whom Golgi bodies are named

Author:
Ed Early
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Ed Early

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 25 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 4 Grid has super-symmetry. This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Early.
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© 2004, The New York Times3/6/04 ( No. 19,842 )
Across
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Physician Golgi, for whom Golgi bodies are named : CAMILLO
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Reader holder : BOOKBAG
15
Evangeline, e.g. : ACADIAN
16
Pen : ENCLOSE
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"Separate Tables" playwright : TERENCERATTIGAN
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Muster : ARRAY
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ConAgra Foods brand : PAM
21
Black Panthers co-founder : SEALE
22
Half of a cartoon duo : LOIS
23
Writer who coined the word "robot" : CAPEK
25
Lundi ___ : GRAS
26
Al Jolson's real first name : ASA
27
Italian colony, 1890-1941 : ERITREA
29
Numerical prefix : TRI
30
Undoer : NEGATOR
32
Barely runs? : STREAKS
34
One overseas : EINS
35
"Shake a leg!" : CMON
36
Stability enhancer : BALLAST
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One may live on it : THEEDGE
42
Student inside ivied walls : ELI
43
Was in no way happy : SEETHED
45
Old Egyptian title : BEY
46
Bad: Prefix : CACO
48
Deceives, slangily : SNOWS
49
Wind instrument : VANE
50
Low life? : AMEBA
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Code word : DAH
53
They may be taken before drawing : PACES
54
It's set in a castle near Seville : LENOZZEDIFIGARO
57
Not as distinct : MISTIER
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Like some heads : TITULAR
59
They often come in twos : SNEEZES
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Actress Taylor of the silents : ESTELLE
Down
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Dali, by birth : CATALAN
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Needle-shaped : ACEROSE
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Union authorization : MARRIAGELICENSE
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"Any ___?" : IDEAS
5
Wrinkled : LINY
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Supérieur, e.g. : LAC
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Hand holding : ONEPAIR
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Obviously happy people : BEAMERS
9
Where Stratford and Cambridge are: Abbr. : ONT
10
Fall times: Abbr. : OCTS
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___ light : KLIEG
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Couple in old pictures : BOGARTANDBACALL
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One way to be happy : ASALARK
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Opening : GENESIS
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Caught up : RAPT
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Contradicts : CROSSES
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Two-masters : KETCHES
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Old liquid heaters : ETNAS
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Holding one's piece : ARMED
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Bother : AIL
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Many a hirer: Abbr. : EOE
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Stops the progress of : BECALMS
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W.W. II battle site, with "El" : ALAMEIN
38
Chicken servings : TENDERS
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"The Ill-Made Knight" novelist : THWHITE
40
Campaign manager? : GENERAL
41
Dump : EYESORE
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Horse : herd :: ___ : knot : TOAD
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Deposed Ugandan leader : OBOTE
49
Fuzzy : VAGUE
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Longtime adviser to Saddam Hussein : AZIZ
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Longtime British Tory P.M. : PITT
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Sleep unit? : ZEE
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Hi-___ : FIS

Answer summary: 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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