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New York Times, Friday, April 15, 2005

43-Across : Some cameras, for short

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 102 for Mr. Quigley.
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© 2005, The New York Times4/15/05 ( No. 20,247 )
Across
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Qualifies : ENABLES
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It prevents flapping in the wind : TIECLIP
15
Track follower : TONEARM
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Instantly, so it's said : ONADIME
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Playmate for the lonely : IMAGINARYFRIEND
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He originated the phrase "While there's life, there's hope" : CICERO
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"Earth in the Balance" subj. : ECOL
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"Enjoy the honey-heavy ___ of slumber": Shak. : DEW
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Sailor's speed : KNOTS
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Head boss : CZAR
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Prefix with -hedron : HEXA
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Poetic times of day : EENS
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Dialectal direction : THAR
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Milestone birthday : FORTY
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Cologne maker ___ Lapidus : TED
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Number two : VEEP
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Actress Scala : GIA
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Willem de Kooning's field : ABSTRACTART
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Kicker? : TOE
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Laugh riot : HOOT
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Table scrap : ORT
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Introduced, with "to" : LEDUP
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Some cameras, for short : SLRS
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Claudette Colbert title role, in brief : CLEO
45
Splitsville parties : EXES
46
Openly grieve : MOAN
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Melodious singers : WRENS
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"Now you're making sense!" : AHA
49
Part of the U.S. nuclear arsenal : MIRV
50
Half and half, maybe : SHARES
51
1966 sci-fi thriller : FANTASTICVOYAGE
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The United States, to Mexicans : ELNORTE
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Not so likely : REMOTER
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Formal introduction? : DEARSIR
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Unity : ONENESS
Down
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Air travel expediter : ETICKET
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Runner : NOMINEE
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Wrapper that's hard to take off : ANACONDA
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Sires : BEGETS
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Retreats : LAIRS
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Composer Dohnányi : ERNO
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Tiny, in Scotland : SMA
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Matchbox product : TOYCAR
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Awaiting : INFOR
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___ of Salisbury : EARL
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Old turn-of-century year : CDI
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German songs : LIEDER
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"Hey, buddy! You're not the head of the line!" : IMNEXT
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Enclosed urban walker's route : PEDWAY
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Shah of Iran, 1941-79 : REZAPAHLAVI
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Singer with top 10 hits in the 1960's, 70's, 80's and 90's : CHER
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Frost : HOAR
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Béret site : TETE
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It's the law : FIAT
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Letters on a brandy bottle : VSOP
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Motor Trend's 1968 Cars of the Year : GTOS
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A/C units : BTUS
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Unwanted 35-Across feature : CORN
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Bear : TOLERATE
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Doesn't follow through : RENEGES
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Horseshoes players : TOSSERS
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Paged : LEAFED
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Release tension, in a way : EXHALE
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Durbin of old films : DEANNA
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Photocopier part : SORTER
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Colorer : CRAYON
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Peru's El ___ volcano : MISTI
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Startled response to an accusation : WHOME
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___ rover : MARS
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Cinematographer Nykvist : SVEN
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Windswept spot : TOR
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___-Magnon : CRO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later.

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