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New York Times, Thursday, April 21, 1994

Author:
Timothy S. Lewis
Editor:
Will Shortz
With 34-Across and 48-Across, Wordsworth lines on Lucy
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Timothy S. Lewis

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Spans: 2 Puzzle has duplicate clues. This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Lewis.
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© 1994, The New York Times4/21/94 ( No. 16,235 )
Across
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Lowly homes : HUTS
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One of the Simpsons : LISA
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Abundantly supplied : RICH
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Dairy section purchase : OLEO
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Overly sentimental : MUSHY
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60's singer Sands : EVIE
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Knitting loop : PURL
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Crude transportation? : OILER
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House cat : MANX
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House shader : ELM
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Baseball's Canseco : JOSE
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"On Golden Pond" Oscar winner : FONDA
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With 34-Across and 48-Across, Wordsworth lines on Lucy : FAIRASASTARWHEN
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Fur type : OTTER
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Otto I's domain: Abbr. : HRE
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Dig this : ORE
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Sax, for one : REED
30
"Take the ___" : ATRAIN
33
Road hazard : ESS
34
See 22-Across : ONLYONEIS
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N.Y.C. subway : BMT
40
"___ Restaurant" : ALICES
41
"Amo, ___, I love a lass..." : AMAS
45
Sweep at sea : OAR
46
Chinese discipline : ZEN
47
Pennsylvania folks : AMISH
48
See 22-Across : SHININGINTHESKY
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Site of the Cambrian Mountains : WALES
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Turkish bread : LIRA
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___ Palmas, Canary Islands : LAS
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Model Macpherson : ELLE
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Equatorial capital : QUITO
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Huff and puff : PANT
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Dissembled : LIED
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Shark's line : USURY
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Source of sake : RICE
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"The ___ doth protest..." : LADY
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High point : ACME
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German border river : ODER
Down
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Desire : HOPEFOR
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Wail : ULULATE
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It can eat you out of house and home : TERMITE
4
La preceder : SOL
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Verdi's "___ Miller" : LUISA
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Jersey and Guernsey : ISLES
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"___ walks in beauty..." : SHE
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Burns's birthplace : AYR
9
Cut again : REMOW
10
Rowena's inamorato : IVANHOE
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Grate expectations? : CINDERS
12
Six-carbon molecules : HEXANES
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Farm sounds : MOOS
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Bump : JAR
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Diva Mirella : FRENI
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Make over : REDO
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Banquo, e.g. : THANE
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Astronomical butter : ARIES
30
"Anthony Adverse" author : ALLEN
31
Making bows : TYING
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Transportation for Sinbad : ROC
35
Nuremberg defendants : NAZIS
36
Aforementioned : SAME
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Dr. Johnson's biographer : BOSWELL
38
First name in gospel : MAHALIA
39
Warbled : TRILLED
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Lost : MISLAID
43
Obliquely : ASKANCE
44
Not one to trust : SHYSTER
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Sleuth's cry : AHA
49
Strapped : NEEDY
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Home of the Trojans : ILIUM
51
KN03 : NITRE
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Home of the Trojans : TROY
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Sine ___ non : QUA
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Home of the Trojans : USC
59
Old hand : PRO

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

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