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New York Times, Friday, March 7, 1997

Whence the phrase "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself"

Author:
Jeff Herrington
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jeff Herrington

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 41 Missing: {BFJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Herrington.
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© 1997, The New York Times3/7/97 ( No. 17,286 )

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Across
1
Japanese or Korean : EASTASIAN
10
Dutch Abstract Expressionist : APPEL
15
___ Springs, Fla. : ALTAMONTE
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Energy : DRIVE
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Diviner, of sorts : GEOMANCER
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Hardly sweet talk : VENOM
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Angler's needs : LURES
20
The Celtics' "Hondo" : HAVLICEK
22
Quarter of a calendrier : ETE
23
Kind of resort : SEASIDE
24
Generous gifts : LARGESSES
28
Game to 5,000 points : CANASTA
31
The Ayatollah, for one : IMAM
35
They're called stations in Australia : RANCHES
36
Sardou play written for Sarah Bernhardt : LATOSCA
39
Hike : TREK
40
What a juggler may practice with : ORANGES
41
Whence the phrase "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" : LEVITICUS
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Loudly mourn : ULULATE
48
___ Khan : AGA
51
Precedent setter : TESTCASE
53
Fills the hold : LADES
55
Academy founder : PLATO
56
Millionaire makers : LOTTERIES
58
Mickey Mantle, on the ballfield : SEVEN
59
Hard white pottery : IRONSTONE
60
Classic advertising annual : AYERS
61
Titled Italians : CONTESSAS
Down
1
Old coin : EAGLE
2
Rat Island resident : ALEUT
3
Reserve : STORE
4
Mild : TAME
5
Latin 101 verb : AMAS
6
Junior : SON
7
Creep : INCH
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Military command : ATEASE
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Anxiousness : NERVES
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Counsel : ADVISE
11
Niceties : PRECISIONS
12
Yearned : PINED
13
Bring up : EVOKE
14
"Solaris" author Stanislaw : LEM
21
Musical notes : LAS
24
Flat : LACKLUSTER
25
Rowan, e.g. : ASH
26
Interstate sign: Abbr. : RTE
27
Interstate sign : GAS
28
Device used in an A.T.M. : CRT
29
Swiss river : AAR
30
Austin-to-Dallas dir. : NNE
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Cause of Chinese restaurant syndrome : MSG
33
Expert : ACE
34
Attachment to Christ? : MAS
36
Law, in Lyon : LOI
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Circle section : ARC
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Kind of cross : TAU
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John and others : ELTONS
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Hoover, e.g., informally : VAC
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Slanted : ITALIC
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Cache in the Sierra Madre : TESORO
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Newsman Garrick : UTLEY
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Split : LEAVE
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"So long" : ADIOS
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Oscar winner Davis : GEENA
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Boobs : ASSES
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It's across the Thames from Windsor : ETON
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___ majeste : LESE
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The Muses' domain : ARTS
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Free TV ad: Abbr. : PSA
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Metal shell filling : TNT

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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