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New York Times, Monday, March 7, 2005

Peter who was a seven-time Oscar nominee

Author:
Christina Houlihan Kelly
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Christina Houlihan Kelly

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Kelly. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York Times3/7/05 ( No. 20,208 )
Across
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Look at, as stars : GAZE
5
Artist's suffix with land or sea : SCAPE
10
Tortoiselike : SLOW
14
"___ Around" (#1 Beach Boys hit) : IGET
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Breaking a bad one is good : HABIT
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El ___, Tex. : PASO
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___-a-brac : BRIC
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Big kitchen appliance maker : AMANA
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Eight, in Spain : OCHO
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Wife of King David : BATHSHEBA
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Prepare to pop the question : KNEEL
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Nova Scotia clock setting: Abbr. : AST
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June 14 : FLAGDAY
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Hamburger meat : PATTY
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Peter who was a seven-time Oscar nominee : OTOOLE
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Last full month of summer : AUGUST
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Departure's opposite: Abbr. : ARR
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Penny : CENT
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Cheater's aid : CRIB
40
Yellowish shade : OCHER
42
Asian nurse : AMAH
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President before Wilson : TAFT
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Australian hopper, for short : ROO
45
Igloo dweller : ESKIMO
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"To be or not to be" soliloquist : HAMLET
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Woman of "Troy" : HELEN
51
One taking flight : REFUGEE
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That, in Tijuana : ESO
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Scent : AROMA
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"Days of Our Lives," for one : SOAPOPERA
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"The World According to ___" : GARP
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Ne plus ___ : ULTRA
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Slightly : ATAD
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Feminine suffix : ETTE
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Full … and happy about it : SATED
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Mideast's ___ Strip : GAZA
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Active one : DOER
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Cursed : SWORE
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School before middle school: Abbr. : ELEM
Down
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Any of the Bee Gees : GIBB
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Taj Mahal site : AGRA
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Time, in Mannheim : ZEIT
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Work on glass, say : ETCH
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Former Iranian leaders : SHAHS
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Awoke : CAMETO
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Basic rhyme scheme : ABAB
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"H.M.S. ___" : PINAFORE
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Third letter after delta : ETA
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Light dessert : SPONGECAKE
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Donned skates, e.g., with "up" : LACED
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Actor Milo : OSHEA
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Sheeplike : WOOLY
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Declares : SAYS
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___ Kan (pet food) : KAL
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Peter who played Mr. Moto : LORRE
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Agreement : PACT
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Atmosphere : AURA
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End-of-week cry : TGIF
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Noisy public speaker : TUBTHUMPER
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California/Nevada lake : TAHOE
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Singer nicknamed the Velvet Fog : TORME
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Oscar winner Jannings : EMIL
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Partner of rank and serial number : NAME
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Ending with tele- : THON
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Side dish at KFC : COLESLAW
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"Scram!" : SHOO
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Old Turkish title : AGA
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Ripper : TEARER
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Ran amok : RAGED
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Poetry Muse : ERATO
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Talent : FORTE
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Ditchdigger's tool : SPADE
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Director Preminger : OTTO
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Newspaper unit : PAGE
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And others, in footnotes : ETAL
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Completely demolish : RAZE
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One who raised Cain : ADAM
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Inits. in Navy ship names : USS

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