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New York Times, Monday, April 2, 2001

Keats's "Bards of Passion and of Mirth," e.g.

Author:
Peter Gordon
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Peter Gordon

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. Gordon.
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© 2001, The New York Times4/2/01 ( No. 18,773 )
Across
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Submarine detector : SONAR
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Bartender's "rocks" : ICE
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Unexpected defeat : UPSET
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The Gem State : IDAHO
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"The A-Team" star : MRT
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Debonair : SUAVE
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Settle a debt : REPAY
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Long, long time : EON
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Hungry : UNFED
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Running backs, often : BALLCARRIERS
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In the past : AGO
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Paved the way : LED
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Relative of "Darn!" : HECK
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Cold, wind and sleet, e.g. : FOULWEATHER
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Tiny fraction of a joule : ERG
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Student getting one-on-one help : TUTEE
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Decay : ROT
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Paraphernalia : GEAR
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Self-images : EGOS
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Astronaut's wear : GSUIT
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As far as : UPTO
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Whistle blowers : REFS
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Miner's quest : ORE
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Attempts : TRIES
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Sp. woman : SRA
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Carnival's setting : FAIRGROUNDS
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What flags do in the wind : FLAP
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Like avaunt and prithee: Abbr. : OBS
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Test for coll. seniors : GRE
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Hit the jackpot : STRIKEITRICH
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"Common Sense" writer : PAINE
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Turf : SOD
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Blood carrier : AORTA
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Painful stomach problem : ULCER
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Major-leaguer : PRO
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Jurist Brandeis : LOUIS
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College bigwigs : DEANS
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Desire : YEN
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Borders : EDGES
Down
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Knight's title : SIR
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Keats's "Bards of Passion and of Mirth," e.g. : ODE
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Siesta : NAP
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Captain with a whalebone leg : AHAB
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Formal pronoun : ROYALWE
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Marcos of the Philippines : IMELDA
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Gator's cousin : CROC
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Volcano in Sicily : ETNA
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Shylock : USURER
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Language of ancient Carthage : PUNIC
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Protection : SAFEKEEPING
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Next-to-last fairy tale word : EVER
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Slugger Williams and others : TEDS
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Peggy who sang "Fever" : LEE
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Butler at Tara : RHETT
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Dessert, to a Brit : AFTERS
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Extortionist : GOUGER
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Oscar-winning Meryl Streep film : OUTOFAFRICA
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Not so much : LESS
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More factual : TRUER
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___ polloi : HOI
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Like "American Beauty" : RATEDR
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___ Pointe, Mich. : GROSSE
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Know-it-all : GURU
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Lose it : GOAPE
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___ Lanka : SRI
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Like most maps : TOSCALE
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Charlatans : FAKERS
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Racer Jeff : GORDON
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Baseball stat : RBI
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Fourth anniversary gift : LINEN
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Tater : SPUD
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Tall story : TALE
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Cosby show : ISPY
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Drove like mad : TORE
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Engine cover : HOOD
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Toupee : RUG
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Backgammon impossibility : TIE
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Donkey's cousin : ASS

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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